Marinette Police Department Records Release Information

Release of Records

Crash reports and Incident reports are available by request from the clerical staff during the hours listed below. Clerical staff will require a reasonable amount of time to locate and copy the requested records.

Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (with the exception of legal holidays)

Records possessed by the Marinette Police department, but not held in the clerical area, may be requested verbally or in writing and will be made available by the custodian of said record(s).

You may request a copy of an accident report by sending an e-mail with all pertinent information to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fees for the Reproduction of Records

Incident Reports   ¢.25 per page
Crash Report   $1.00 per report
DVDs/CDs   $10.00 per disc
Photos 35mm   actuall cost to reproduce
Digital   per disc

Notice: Pre-payment may be required for any records whose cost of reproduction exceeds $3.00, including postage. Pre-payment may also be required if the cost of locating the requested records exceeds $50.00. [Wis. Stat. 19.35(3)]

Restrictions of the Release of Records

The Marinette Police Department will require a reasonably specific request to facilitate the recovery of the requested record. Records may be withheld in accordance with Wis. Stat. 19.31-19.39.

Wis. Statute 19.34(1): Each authority shall adopt, prominently display, and make available for inspection and copying at its offices, for the guidance of the public, a notice containing a description of its organization and the established times and places at which, the legal custodian is available, and the methods whereby the public may obtain information and access to records in its custody, make requests for records, or obtain copies of records, and the costs thereof.

Welcome to Marinette!
Your City on the Bay!

Our Beautiful Community, nestled along the shoreline of the scenic Bay of Green Bay, offers an attractive blend; the warmth and charm of a small community, and the modern, progressive thinking of a city on-the-move.

Mayor Steve Genisot