I disagree with the motor vehicle crash report the Police Officer filed, how can I tell my side?
Police Officers respond to motor vehicle crash scenes as report takers and are required to make a determination as to the contributing factors in the crash; Officers DO NOT determine fault. If you have spoken to the Officer about the incident and still have differing opinions, you may submit your written description of the incident to the Police Records Unit at either the main station (909 14th Street) or at the Joint Use Facility (7501-A Independence Parkway). You may also elect to call the Records Unit at (972) 941-2019 or (972) 208-2077 for additional information.

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1. Is there a Crime Watch group in my neighborhood?
2. Do I need an alarm permit?
3. How do I get a copy of my Criminal Record?
4. How do I find out how much a traffic ticket will cost?
5. Is the cost of fingerprinting 'per card' or for the entire session?
6. Where can I get fingerprinted?
7. How can I get a copy of an accident report?
8. How do I file a police report?
9. How do I report Child Abuse?
10. I disagree with the motor vehicle crash report the Police Officer filed, how can I tell my side?
11. How can I compliment or complain about Police services?
12. What happens to the complaints filed against Police Officers or other employees by citizens?
13. Is there a teen curfew in Plano?
14. Can I get a permit to carry a handgun?
15. Where may I obtain more information about the Plano Police Department's Citizens Police Academy?
16. Do I need a permit to have a garage sale?
17. Does the Plano Police Department have a Reserve Officer Program?
18. I have speeders on my street. How can I get a Police Officer to come catch them?
19. How can I become a Plano Police Department employee?
20. Does the Plano Police Department have any programs for young teens?