The Records Division manages all of the data and police investigative reports. Three clerical specialists enter police reports into the Penobscot County Law Enforcement System (PSIMS). This division accepts reports generated by deputies over their laptop computers in their cruisers, and they enter them into the records system. Some police reports are generated on paper forms, and these are data entered into the system. Accident reports are now being generated in the cruisers using Maine Crash Reporting software on the laptop computers. Accident reports are exported to the State using the PSIMS system. Because of the confidential nature of information being reviewed in this division, all secretaries are required to submit to a polygraph examination prior to hire. The candidate must have excellent typing skills, be 21 years of age or older, have computer experience, and be dependable.
Requesting Copies of Police Investigative Reports- Please allow three days from the incident to allow for time for data processing and report approval. Fees are listed below.
Requesting copies of traffic crash reports- Police reports can now be requested electronically from https://www.crashlogic.com/. See our Fee Schedule page for pricing. Aside from the convenience of requesting reports in this manner, there is an automatic notification sent to you that supplemental reports have been received since the initial request. Updated reports are provided free of charge. There is no provision for automatic updates when you receive the reports directly from our agency. The deputy shall provide the driver of the accident vehicles with a card explaining this process.
Please submit requests in writing address to:
Records Division, Penobscot County Sheriff's Office, 85 Hammond St., Bangor, Maine 04401, or apply in person between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holiday. (207)947-4585.
Sex Offender Registry fingerprints/enrollment:
Call 947-4585 Sgt. Mannette for appointment