The Boynton Beach Police Department Records Division is responsible for providing police incident reports, accident reports, addressing issues with parking citations and any general information requests.
Public records can be obtained several ways: in person at our headquarters, 2100 High Ridge Road, Boynton Beach, FL 33426; by calling our Records Division at 561-742-6100; and online via the City of Boynton Beach (
We strive to provide the public with the highest level of customer service and accurate public records in a timely fashion.

Disclaimer: Records Division personnel cannot provide legal advice

Records Division Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday: 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Saturday: 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
Sunday: Closed

Police/Accident Reports

Police reports are generally available 7-10 business days after the date of occurrence. Public records requests are processed in the order in which they are received. All reports will be reviewed pursuant to FSS 119 prior to release. Request a police report.

Crash Reports

Pursuant to FSS 119, only individuals named in an accident report may obtain a copy of that report for the first 60 days. You may obtain a copy of your crash report here or in person at the Boynton Beach Police Department. Photo identification is required. After 60 days, the general public may obtain a copy of the report in person, online or via mail.

The City Clerk’s Office

Handles all other public records requests to include: copies of evidence (video, photographs, digital evidence); Dispatch calls; CAD reports; Fire Department reports; Code Enforcement reports. To obtain this information, call 561-742-6060 or Email or visit

Background Checks

The Boynton Beach Police Department no longer offers to the public the service of conducting a background check. This may be obtained through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement or in person at the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, 3228 Gun Club Road, WPB, FL 33406.