Obtaining a collision or police report is now easily accessible. You can request a report online using our “Obtain a Report” service tool*. You may also call or email the Police Clerk during regular business hours to obtain a copy. In return, reports can be faxed, emailed, or you may pick it up at the address provided.
*Please allow up to 1 business day for requests made online to be processed.
The Highland Heights Police Department has a white box, similar to a mailbox, in the lobby. All medication can be deposited in this box during normal business hours. However, no needles, or syringes of any kind, liquids or vitamins should be put in this box. Pills can be left in the original container as the medication must be identified prior to destruction. Names can be marked out with a marker or labels can be removed providing the recipient’s name.
For your convenience, we have designated several ways to submit a form. You may submit the form online, hand deliver the form to the address provided during regular business hours, or email the form to the Police Clerk at email@example.com
*Please note: these guidelines are standardized and should be followed unless stated otherwise in the directions on your form.
- Call 911 immediately.
- Be observant and make mental notes.
- Are there any weapons involved?
- What is the address?
- Any physical characteristics such as height, weight, race, beard, etc.?
- Any clothing description?
- How many people involved?
- Are the persons involved on foot or in a vehicle?
Do I have to give my name when I call 911?
No, If you wish to remain anonymous, just tell the Dispatcher.
Have information pertaining to a crime that occurred previously?
Submit a crime tip online! You have the option to remain anonymous with your submission.