Records Division

Records Access Officer
Officer Mario Costa, Chief Clerk
Norwood Police Department
137 Nahatan Street, Norwood, MA 02062
Office Hours: Mon - Fri 7AM to 3PM
Closed on Weekends and Holidays

Direct:  781-440-5130 
Fax: 781- 440-5120

How to Obtain a Copy of an Incident or Arrest Report:
Copies of reports can be obtained in person at the NPD Records Division, with proper identification, during normal business hours. Accommodations can be made for after-hours pickup of reports by calling 781-440-5130.

How to Obtain a Copy of a Motor Vehicle Crash Report:
To better serve involved parties to accidents and insurance companies seeking these reports, we have implemented an online dissemination program to provide our collision reports securely, online through LexisNexis Police Reports.

There’s no need to stand in line to request a report at our lobby counter. If you need help locating your report online, please contact Support: 1-866-215-2771.

Before attempting to search for a copy of a collision report online, please allow a minimum of 2 days from the date of the collision to allow the report to be reviewed and approved for your ability to purchase the report online. (Note: You may search for a report sooner and if the report is not yet available online, you will receive a prompt to set up an alert for convenience. The alert will notify you by email when the report is ready.)

Traffic collision reports resulting in a fatality, part of an arrest or involving a juvenile and a crime, are not
available online. Please come to the station to request a copy.

License to Carry/ Firearms Identification Card Information:

The following application must be completed before contacting the Records Division for an appointment.

LTC Application Packet

If you are a current FID or LTC holder and need to change your address, print out and complete this form:
Change of Address Form

Sex Offender Information
Level 3 sex offenders are public information and posted via community notification. Level 2 sex offenders can be viewed at the police station upon request. Currently, Level 1 offenders are confidential and not available to the public.

Requests for sex offender registry information can be made using the Sex Offender Information Request Form



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