Crime victims to get free police reports

May 18, 2000

The Howard County Police Department will no longer charge crime victims for police reports, and it has reduced the fee it charges lawyers and insurance companies for the documents.

Effective immediately, the department has eliminated the $7.50 fee for people classified on incident reports as victims or owners of property that has been stolen or damaged.

Insurance companies and lawyers will be charged $2.50 for the reports.

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