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HoursMonday through Friday9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Except for City holidays
Police/crime reports can be requested in writing at any time at the dispatch window located at Jenks City Hall:211 N Elm StreetJenks, OK 74037
Your request for records will be fulfilled Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. To save some time, feel free to call the Records Department ahead of time at 918-556-7418 to make sure the report is ready for release and to arrange a time when the report will be ready for pickup.
Traffic Collision reports can be obtained at any time at the Dispatch/Communications window in the east end of the City Hall building located at211 N Elm StreetJenks, OK 74037
Reports are usually ready for pickup in 3 to 5 days, however, call ahead at 918-299-6311 option 6, to make sure the report is ready for release as sometimes it can take a little longer. If you need to obtain the Traffic/Collision report by mail, call to find out what the cost will be, send a check or money order to Jenks Police Department/Records at:P.O. Box 2007Jenks, OK 74037
Include a self-addressed, stamped envelope with enough postage for the report to be returned to you.
If you were provided a form by the requesting agency, you may obtain that information from the Records Clerk located in the Police Headquarters’ building at:
525 W A StreetJenks, OK 74037
You will need a valid, state issued ID. If you were not provided a form by the requesting agency but you need something showing that you have no outstanding traffic violations or ongoing court action, or that your past violations were taken care of through the court, you will need to see the Municipal Court Clerk in the City Hall building at:
211 N Elm StreetJenks, OK 74037
You will need to complete a Records Request form and provide a current state-issued ID; most of the time you can obtain the documents you need the same day.
During an ice or snow accumulation event, when the number of traffic collisions increases sharply over a short amount of time, the Jenks Police Department may periodically activate “Slick Streets” which allows responding officers to focus on collisions blocking the roadway or that involve injuries. If you are involved in a collision, with no major damage or injuries, and the vehicles can be moved from the roadway, go ahead and call the Jenks Police Department, the dispatcher will advise if an officer is able to respond or not - if an officer is unable to respond you will need to exchange information with the other vehicle:
You will then pick up an exchange of information form (also referred to as a white sheet) from one of the Jenks QuikTrips or Kum and Gos, or from the Jenks Police Department; complete the form and follow the instructions on the form. Just as a reminder, Officers will always respond to the scene of collisions involving an injury, or when there is major damage and roadway is blocked, regardless of the weather condition. If you have any questions regarding “Slick Streets” call 918-299-6311 to get more information.