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PHX At Your Service – Police Public Records Requests


Welcome to the PHX At Your Service
website, where you can find all kinds of useful services and information, from
transferring water services, to reporting street light repair, or even learning
more about your local library. PHX At Your Service has it all. Phoenix Police
Department Public Records has implemented a new online portal for
customers to be able to submit requests online. This tutorial will take you
through the steps on how to submit your request, pay for it online and check the
status once you’ve completed your submission. In order to request any
Police Records online you must first create an account through PHX At
Your Service. Click the “Get Started” button to begin. Sign in with an existing
PHX At Your Service account if you have one. If not, begin with the “Sign up
now” button. Enter your email address and select “Send verification code”. Check your email for the code, to proceed. Enter the verification code on the sign up screen
and click the button “Verify code”. Create and confirm your password. Enter your
last name in the “Surname” box, and your first name in the “Given Name” box, then
click “Create”. Select which items you wish to request from the list provided. Here’s
where you can change the quantity and see the prices listed for each item. Once
you have made your selection, click “Continue” at the bottom of the screen. The next screen, “More Details”, is where you will identify if you are part of a company or
business. If not, select your identification type from the list
provided. For example: if you’re requesting these items for your own
personal use select “General/ Personal Request”. Now fill out the form
for the item you requested with as much information as possible, including report
number, date of incident, location of incident and names of parties involved. Review your order summary for accuracy
of information provided and select the “Pay Now” button. Once you complete the
payment, you will see the confirmation screen, as well as an email to notify you
that your request has been received. To view the invoices for your service
request, select the drop down arrow next to your name at the top
the page and select “My Police Service Invoices”. There you will find all the
invoices that are paid and completed, or the ones that are outstanding and need
to be paid. For any questions or assistance with the online service, feel
free to call Phoenix Police Public Records at (602)534-1127,
or visit us in person at 1717 E. Grant Street, Phoenix, Arizona
85034. Phoenix Public Records is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Author Since: Mar 11, 2019

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