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The Records Division handles public requests for Accident, Arrest, and Case Reports as well as applications for various permits. PD Online ReportsYou can get paper printouts of reports in the mail or in person or you can see various reports online using the button to the right or the crash reports button above. 

Obtaining Accident, Arrest, and Case Reports

Accident, Arrest, and Case Reports may be obtained in person at the Records window located in the front lobby of the Greenville Police Department, 500 South Greene Street.  The records window is open from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday, but is closed on recognized City holidays.  Reports may also be obtained through postal mail by sending a written request including payment for fees and a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

Greenville Police Department
Records Division
P.O. Box 7207
Greenville, NC 27835

Reports will not be faxed. Requests for reports are not accepted by phone.

Fees For Reports:

  • Fee is waived only for victims or individuals involved in the accident who make their report requests in person at the records window.
  • $5.00 for all reports requested by persons other than the victims or individuals involved in the accident.
  • $5.00 for all reports requested by mail even for the victims or individuals involved in the accident.

To inquire about information on police reports (without obtaining a copy of the report), contact the following records personnel:

  • For questions pertaining to Accidents, Case Reports, Arrest reports, or Permits contact one of our Records Staff Support Specialists at 252-329-4325 :
    • Traicy Espinoza
    •  Ashley Turner

Obtaining Permits

Permit applications may be obtained in person at the Records window located in the front lobby of the Greenville Police Department, 500 South Greene Street.  The Records window is open from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday, closed on Holidays.  The following permit applications along with their respective instruction sheets are available online for download by clicking the appropriate links below.

Application

Instruction Sheet

Fees

Itinerant Merchant License

Instructions

$374.00

Itinerant Merchant Application

Instructions

$219.00

Outdoor Amplified Sound Permit

Instructions

$50.00

Parade Permit

Instructions

$50.00

Peddlers License

Instructions

$60.00

Precious Metals Dealer Application

Instructions

$218.00

Precious Metals Dealer - Co-Owners Supplement

Instructions

$38.00

Precious Metals Dealer - Employee Registration Form

Instructions

$48.00

Precious Metals Dealer - Proof of Bond

Instructions

No fee

Solicitation Permit

Instructions

$30.00

Taxi Driver Permit

Instructions

$30.00

Taxicab Franchise Permit

Instructions

$30.00

Temporary Closing of City Street

Instructions

$25.00

VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER and AMERICAN EXPRESS are accepted.

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Obtaining Trespass Agreement / Consent of Search Forms

Trespass agreements are being revamped and are unavailable until further notice. If a person or persons on your premises are in violation of either statutes linked below please call GPD Dispatch at 252-329-4300 for police assistance:

 § 14-159.12.  First degree trespass.

§14-159.13. Second degree trespass.

Helpful things to know about North Carolina’s Trespassing Laws to confirm before reporting it to the police:

-        Unless a tenant’s lease denies the tenant the authority to extend invitations, a guest who enters premises at the invitation of the tenant is not guilty of trespass, even if the landlord has told the guest not to enter.

-        “Premises” include the entire piece of real estate—not just the building, but the land as well. - Premises include, for example, an unfenced front yard.

-        If a homeowner tells a defendant to leave the homeowner’s front yard and the defendant refuses, or if a homeowner tells a defendant never to come back onto the homeowner’s property but the defendant re-enters the property.

-        Premises are posted in a manner reasonably likely to come to the attention of intruders, with notice not to enter the premises.

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