How do I make a report to the police?
Contact the Augusta Police Department's Communications Center at 911 for emergencies and at 207-626-2370/ext 0 for non-emergency complaints.
How do I get a copy of a crash or police report?
Reports may be obtained at the Augusta Police Department by contacting the records division, Mon - Fri, 7:30 am - 4:00 pm in person or by phone at 207-626-2370/ext. 3406 or 3407. You can also fill out the form below. Reports cost $20.00, per report, for the first five pages and .25 cents for each additional page over five pages. Title 16 restricts the release of confidential and some personal information. Certain types of reports, like un-charged criminal conduct or sensitive criminal investigations are not releasable to the public. Sometimes a report may be releasable to the public; however confidential, personal or other data may be redacted or blacked out. Police Reports can be requested through firstname.lastname@example.org Crash reports can also be obtained on-line at http://crashdocs.org/
How to I make a complaint about/compliment a department member or provide general feedback on department services?
Contact any on duty supervisor at the Augusta Police Department. Contact may be in person, by phone, by mail or email. Phone: (207) 626-2370 x 0 and ask for the on-duty supervisor. You may also complete the Citizen Input Form.
How do I get a protection order?
Protection orders may be obtained at the Southern Kennebec District Court, 1 Court Street #101, Augusta, Maine M-F, 8:00 am - 5:00pm. Criminal conduct on the part of the person you are going to request a protection order against may be reported to the police department having jurisdiction where the offense occurred.
Phone: (207) 213-2800
TTY: 711 Maine Relay
How do I navigate a rotary or roundabout?
How do I obtain a Concealed Weapons Permit?
Permits may be obtained from the Augusta Police Department at the Communications Center. Applicants must be a resident of Augusta, have completed a firearms safety course, and submit a check or money order for $35.00 at the time of submission of the application for first time permits and $20.00 for renewals. Permits and Forms
Does the Police Department do fingerprints for the Public?
Fingerprints are only done for Augusta residents only for a fee of $10.00.
Does the Police Department Unlock Vehicles?
Due to liability reasons, the Augusta Police Department no longer unlocks vehicles. Persons in need of assistance may contact AAA Road Service if they are an AAA member, a wrecker service, or a locksmith. Spare keys may also be obtained from the dealership where the vehicle was purchased.
How do I contact the Animal Control Officer?
The Animal Control Officer may be reached by calling the Augusta Police Department's Communications Center at 207-626-2370/ext. 0.
How do I register a bicycle?
Registrations are obtained at the Augusta Police Department at no cost. Applicants must have the bicycle with them or the serial number and complete description of the bicycle at the time of registration.
What are the Operating Hours of the Police Department?
The uniformed Patrol Division and Communications Center are open (24) hours a day, (365) days a year. The other Divisions are open Mon - Fri, 7:30 am - 4:00pm.