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  • franzas

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    Attn SAPD

    Hey if any of y'all are SAPD, I have a question for you.

    Back in August (could be July) of 2013 I submitted a report of theft. I tried to buy a firearm on Armslist and the seller ran off with my PO money order. Anyways, I am curious about the status of the case. Case #13150956

    If someone could look this up for me and shoot me an email with the status, I'd really appreciate it.

    Thanks
    Franz
     
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    majormadmax

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    Bexar County Sheriff's Office Administration

    The Central Records Division of the Sheriff’s Office provides to the public services under the “Texas Public Information Act” (Government Code, Chapter 552). For general inquiries or assistance, Central Records can be contacted at 210-335-6201.

    For an Accident Report: Provide the exact date, location, and name of person involved in the accident. A case number is helpful, but not necessary.

    For an Offense or Incident Report: Please provide either the case number or the date, location, and name of the complainant.

    By Mail: Please submit with a self-addressed, stamped envelope, and a money order made payable to: Sheriff, Bexar County. Mail to:

    Bexar County Sheriff’s Office

    Central Records, Reports Desk

    200 N. Comal St.

    San Antonio, TX 78207-3505

    In Person: We are located at the Bexar County Adult Detention Center, 200 N. Comal St. Operating hours are Monday through Friday, excluding County holidays, from 7:00 AM to 6:30 PM.
     

    southtexaspilot

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    Don't waste your time. I'll bet my next lunch that not one single person has looked at that report since filed. SAPD is not interested in closing cases.

    W
     

    London

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    Don't waste your time. I'll bet my next lunch that not one single person has looked at that report since filed. SAPD is not interested in closing cases.

    W

    I don't think the desire isn't there, it's just that if your theft case isn't solves within 48 hours or so it probably never will be. There are thousands of theft cases in any decent sized city every year and there just aren't enough resources to cover them all. Add to the fact they have other things to investigate, like robbery, rape, murder.... theft isn't high on the list.

    Never seems to be a shortage of cops running radar, here, though!
     

    majormadmax

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    I guess it would have been SAPD

    Since it was fairly recent, you might also try the property crimes office at the substation that serves you.

    Otherwise, you'll have to go through the Public Safety Headquarters...

    SAPD Police Reports / Open Records


    Obtaining Police Reports

    The "Texas Public Information Act" (Government Code, Chapter 552) provides for public access to most government records and for sale of copies of such records, including Police Reports. The Transportation Code (550.065) addresses the release of accident reports and sets fees for copies. The Texas Administrative Code (1 TAC 111.16 - .70) also addresses the cost of copies of open records (fees charged to the public for each copy of a record). In addition, the Code of Ordinances, City of San Antonio, (Chapter 25, Article I, Sec. 25-6) sets the SAPD fees for record searches and reports. All fees are set to cover the actual costs of materials, labor, equipment and overhead in making the copies of reports available.

    How to obtain reports

    Request By Mail: Download the Police Report Request Form (PDF). Please submit with a self-addressed, stamped envelope, and a money order payable to the City of San Antonio with your filled-out Police Report Request Form. Please mail your request to the San Antonio Police Department Records Office, 315 S. Santa Rosa, San Antonio, TX 78207.

    Request In Person: The Records Office sells copies of Police Reports to the public ONLY at SAPD Headquarters located at 315 S. Santa Rosa, San Antonio Texas from the hours of 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Monday - Friday.

    To contact the Records Office by phone for additional information (reports cannot be ordered by phone), please call 210.207.7598.

    Fee Schedule

    Payment 315 S. Santa Rosa accepts cash, money orders, or checks; Link Centers also accept credit cards.

    Police Reports:

    Accident Reports $6.00
    Certified Accident Report $8.00 **
    Incident Report $0.10 per page for the first 50 pages (on-site reports)*
    Offense Reports $0.10 per page for the first 50 pages (on-site reports)*
    Police Surveys $18.00/hr (pro-rated) plus $0.10 per page
    Certification $2.00 extra
    Research fee (no case found) $2.00

    * All reports more than 2 years old are stored in the Archives, which is located in an off-site storage facility. A charge of $18.00 an hour (pro-rated), plus 10 cents per page applies to all reports that have to be retrieved from the Archives. On-site report request more than 50 pages $18.00/ hr (pro-rated) Labor Fee in addition to report fees.
     
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