The Lane County Sheriff's Office Police Records Unit provides agency police reports and incident logs to the general public. You will need to complete and submit the Records Request Form:
Link to: Police Records Request Form
Payment in full is also required
- Requests for police records must be submitted by mail, or in person. They cannot be faxed or submitted electronically.
- If you are seeking Jail records, please complete the form at this link: Adult Corrections Public Records Request
. Refer to the Fee Schedule for associated fees.
Link to: Fee Schedule
NOTE: The Fee Schedule has changed effective March 18, 2013. The Board of County Commissioners approved a fee increase for fingerprinting, Federal firearms transfers, evidence CDs, audio recordings, and vehicle impounds. A new fee for Subrogation letters has also been implemented. While demand and the cost of processing records requests have increased, staff resources have decreased; consequently, it became necessary to update our fees to reflect those changes.
Make check or money order payable to the Lane County Sheriff's Office
. Requests without payment cannot be processed.
If your request requires additional fees, Sheriff's Office staff will contact you between 8:00 am and 8:00 pm, including weekends; so, please provide a phone number where you can be reached during those hours.
|Mail the appropriate Request Form, with required payment and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:
FOR POLICE RECORDS REQUESTS:
Lane County Sheriff's Office
ATTENTION: POLICE RECORDS UNIT
125 E. 8th Avenue, Room 140
Eugene OR 97401
FOR CORRECTIONS RECORDS REQUESTS:
Lane County Adult Corrections
ATTENTION: RECORDS UNIT
101 W. 5th Avenue
Eugene OR 97401
The Sheriff's Office is located in the Lane County Courthouse, downtown Eugene. The most convenient access is from the Oak Street entrance. Once inside the building, overhead signs will direct you to the Sheriff's Office, Central Reception, Room 140.
Central Reception hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, excluding legal holidays. Citizens are assisted on a first-come, first-served basis. Due to the volume of counter activity and in order to avoid long wait times, we ask that you mail in your request. Please be advised that due to confidentiality requirements, ongoing investigations, pending court actions and HIPPA restrictions, there may be words, sections, or pages redacted from report copies made for the general public.
If you have questions, you may call the Sheriff's Office Police Records Unit at the number and hours listed on this page.