The Records Division plays a crucial role in maintaining accurate and organized records within the Cocoa Beach Police Department. They are responsible for overseeing the management, organization, retention,  and dissemination of police records, state and federal statistical reporting, and ensuring compliance with legal requirements and department policies. In addition, the Records Division offers Background Checks, Fingerprinting and Notary Services. Please note, background checks are for the City of Cocoa Beach ONLY.

Requesting Police Records

To obtain copies of police reports, you may make a request through any of the following methods:

  • Visit the Cocoa Beach Police Department at 85 S Orlando Ave, Cocoa Beach, FL, 2nd floor.
  • Call the Records Division at 321-868-3265.
  • Fax a request to 321-868-3239, Attn: Police Records. 
  • Complete the Online Request Form.
  • Mail in a request to:

Cocoa Beach Police Department
Attn: Police Records
85 S Orlando Ave
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931

For City Records please visit the Office of the City Clerk.

Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. There are NO Fingerprinting Services on Mondays.

Fee Schedule

Fingerprinting (Resident of Cocoa Beach)
$5.00 per card
Fingerprinting (Non-Resident of Cocoa Beach)
$6.00 per card
Fingerprinting (Children)
No Charge
Fingerprinting (City Employment)
No Charge
Specialized Fingerprinting (Based on Usage)
$10.00 per card
Single-sided copy of reports
$0.15 per page
Double-sided copies of reports
$0.20 per page
CD / DVD of requested information
$1.00 per disc
USB Drive of requested information
Current Market Price
Notary Service
$4.00 per Notarized page

**Additional charges may apply based on your specific request.  Please speak with a Records Division Staff Member for further information.**

Accident Reports

A Sworn Statement for Crash Report form is required for all Accident Report requests, regardless of time frame.   

Crime Reports

Reports are generally available 24 to 48 hours after the incident, however, this may be affected by various circumstances.  Not all crime reports are available to the public (an ongoing criminal investigation, for example), and not all information is available to the public (juvenile information, for example). Certain Redactions and Exemptions may apply, based on Fla. Stat. § 119.

Request an Exemption from Public Record

Pursuant to FLA Constitution, Article 1, §16 (b), if you are requesting that your identifying information be redacted from specific CBPD public records, please submit the completed Marsy’s Law Victim’s Rights to Confidentiality Form along with your contact information to

Custodian of Records


Pursuant to Fla. Stat. § 119.12(2), the contact information for the City of Cocoa Beach Police Department’s Custodian of Public Records is to be prominently posted in the administrative building where the City of Cocoa Beach Police Department’s public records are routinely created, sent, received, maintained, and requested and on the agency's website. (Amended by 2017 Fla. Laws, Ch. 21,s 1, eff. 5/23/2017.s. 5, Ch. 75-225; s. 7, Ch. 84-298; s.13, Ch. 2004-335.)

The contact information for the City of Cocoa Beach Police Department’s Public Records Custodian is: 

Amber Ziegler, Records Supervisor
Cocoa Beach Police Department
85 South Orlando Avenue
Cocoa Beach, Florida 32931
321-868-3353 (Tel)
321-868-3239 (Fax)