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With the click of a button, many police reports have become more accessible. The Hollywood Police Department recently made it easier for anyone to obtain reports online with the Police-to-Citizen (P2C) Website.
The new website, p2c.hollywoodfl.org, allows the public to search, view, and print accident, arrest, and incident reports. Additionally, citizens can view the Daily Bulletin which consists of a list of arrests, incidents, and citations that occurred on any chosen day.
“We are excited about this new resource for Hollywood residents, media, and anyone who wants to gain access to police reports. This program is a convenient tool that provides information in a timely manner. We want to be as transparent as we can be without compromising our investigations,” said Hollywood Police Chief Tomas Sanchez.
The P2C site will not show information related to active investigations, homicide, sex crimes, and fraud cases. Anyone in need of an official copy of a record will still need to go in person to the Hollywood Police Department.