You Can Now Get Lexington Police Reports Online

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Updated: 4/17/2012 6:12 pm
There is now no need to drive to police headquarters for reports.

You can now get accident reports and crime reports from the convenience of your home, with the click of a button, thanks to a new service being rolled out by the Lexington Division of Police: Buy Crash & Buy Crimes.

Websites http://www.buycrash.com/ and http://www.buycrimes.com/ allow the public to obtain copies of their collision or crime report through the internet. The $10.00 reports are certified to be sent to insurance agencies, yet protect the security of website users by removing sensitive information such as social security and credit card numbers.

This service is being made available through a partnership between the Lexington Division of Police, Kentucky State Police and Appris Inc., a national provider of law enforcement software.


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