Police Records


Please be aware that until further notice if you call the police department and an officer comes to your location to file a report, the responding officer will ask you to step outside while they are taking your information. This measure is necessary to minimize human contact in enclosed locations for the health of our officers and residents. Officers may also respond by contacting you by telephone to obtain the information necessary to complete the report. This does not pertain to emergency situations.

All fingerprinting services will be suspended at this time until further notice.

FAX: (727) 545-6430
NON-EMERGENCY POLICE: (727) 547-4595

The Police Records Department is the Treasure Island Police Department’s custodian of public records. All official records of the Treasure Island Police Department are routinely created, sent, received, and maintained. For all inquiries on records, please contact the Treasure Island Police Department. 

The contact information for Police Records is as follows:

Lisa Richardson
Treasure Island Police Department 
180 108th Avenue
Treasure Island, FL 33706 
(727) 547-4592

In order to obtain a digital copy of an existing Traffic Crash Report, please see the following link:

Obtain a copy of a Traffic Crash Report

*Please keep in mind that you will only receive Traffic Crash Reports investigated by the Treasure Island Police Department or the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office if using the online request form for a digital copy.

In order to obtain a copy in person of an existing Traffic Crash Report within the first 60 days of filing of the report, please come to the police department, or mail a notarized statement of request, so that identification may be verified, (316.066(2)(b), F.S.).

You may submit a records request via email, phone, in person at the Police Department, or by filling out the request form below. 

*Please note:  If a records request is submitted via the request form below, a valid method of contact must be provided in order for the Records Department to efficiently follow up on the request received.  Should the person requesting records choose to remain anonymous, you may elect to either come to the police department in person, or call our administration number at 727-547-4592.  Please contact us should you have any questions about this process.

*Required Field
Report Number:      
Report Number (Ex.: TI19-12345)
*Date of Incident:      
Enter Date or Date Range
(Ex.: 3/15/19-3/16/19)
*Type of Incident:    
Type of Incident (Theft, Battery, etc.)
Address of Incident:  
Address or Location Incident Occurred
Names of Persons Involved:  
Name(s) of Person(s) Involved
Other Information:    
Other Information
*Contact Information of
Requesting Party:

Email, phone number, etc. (so records may
reach out
to you for more information if needed, and
so we may reply accordingly)
This information will better help us research the incident requested.
Once received in Records, we will contact you to let you know that we have received your request.
If a response to a request is emailed, look for an email from records@mytreasureisland in your mailbox. Please check your "Spam" or "Junk" email folder, as your email may not recognize this email address.

*If there is a cost associated with a records request, any payment must be processed at City Hall before records can be released.