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The cost for a report is $0.05 per page. The request form can be dropped off, mailed to the Campbell Police Department, 70 North First Street, Campbell, CA 95008, or faxed to (408) 379-7561. PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH. The Police Department will respond to your request within 10 days.
Suspects or arrestees requesting copies of their arrest report must contact the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s office at (408) 299-7400. The office is located at 70 West Hedding Street, 2nd Floor, San Jose, CA 95110. Police Report Copy Request Form
Los Gatos/Monte Sereno Police Department110 E. Main StreetLos GatosPhone 408-354-5257Fingerprinting services are by appointment only.
Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office 55 West Younger Avenue, rooms 371 and 372 San Jose Phone 408-299-2217 Fingerprinting services are by appointment only.
Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office West Valley Substation 1601 S De Anza Bl, #148Cupertino, CAPhone 408-868-6614Fingerprinting services are by appointment only. Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office South County Substation 12431 Monterey Road San Martin Phone 408-686-3650 Fingerprinting services are by appointment only.
Stanford University Department of Public Safety 711 Serra Street Stanford Phone 650-723-9633 Fingerprinting services are by appointment only.
If items are found in another city, please contact that cities property unit and follow their procedure for turning in found property.
Found property may be claimed by the finder after 90 days.
Items that are “abandoned” are not considered found property therefore, they are not required to be turned in.
Food and unsanitary items shall not be turned in as found property and will not be accepted by the Police Department.
You will be required to pay a fee to obtain a vehicle release. The tow company is also permitted to charge a fee for towing services and vehicle storage. To obtain more information concerning the release of your towed vehicle, please contact the police business office at (408) 866-2721. For quicker service, please have your license plate number or vehicle identification number ready.
If you have a correctable violation and wish to have the citation signed off, any California Police Officer can sign off the citation. Proof of insurance can only be signed off by the court. San Jose Traffic Court will accept a photocopy of your current insurance card as proof of correction.
The Campbell Police Department signs-off citations Monday through Friday, between noon and 1:00 PM. There is no fee for this service if the citation was issued by the Campbell Police Department. There will be a $15 fee if the ticket was issued by another agency.
If your vehicle is not drivable and is located in the City of Campbell, you may make an appointment for a citation sign-off by calling our Traffic Unit at (408) 866-2177.
Monday - Friday
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Free for Campbell Police Department issued tickets
$15 for non-Campbell Police Department issued tickets
If your abandoned vehicle has been towed, please contact the Police Department at (408) 866-2721 with the vehicle’s license plate number or the vehicle’s identification number.
The Campbell municipal code regulates the hours of construction. Construction activity for homeowners working on their own property is allowed Monday thru Saturday, 6am to 7pm; Sundays and Holidays, 8am to 6pm. Construction hours for non-homeowners are Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm, Saturdays, 9am to 4pm and no construction Sundays and Holidays. Campbell Municipal Code 18.04.052 Hours of construction. To report a construction related noise complaint, please call (408) 866-2130, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. After hours call (408) 866-2101.
If you need to register as a Sex offender, the hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. No appointment is necessary. Please bring official identification with you.
Please contact the Public Works Department at (408) 866-2145 to have items on public property removed. If you have information regarding who did the illegal dumping, you can reach the Campbell Police Department’s Communications Division at (408) 866-2101.
To report a crime when there is no emergency, call our non-emergency line, (408) 866-2101.
Below are the guidelines on how to safely turn in your firearms and ammunition:
1. You MUST be a resident of Campbell to turn in firearms and ammunition to CPD.
2. Place the firearm in your trunk. The Department prefers your firearms to be unloaded. We ask that you do not try to unload the firearm if you do not know how. Let us know if the gun is loaded or unloaded.
3. Drive straight to the police station at 70 N. First Street, Campbell, CA 95008. Do not stop anywhere else beforehand.
4. Leave firearm(s) and ammunition in the trunk and proceed to the CPD reception counter. DO NOT BRING ANY FIREARM(S) OR AMMUNITION INTO THE STATION
5. Notify a Records Specialist of the weapons you would like destroyed.
6. A call will be created for an Officer to safely remove the items from your vehicle’s trunk.
If you are not a Campbell resident, reach out to your local police department or gun range for information on turning in firearm(s) and ammunition. For any questions about the program call (408)866-2121.