Changes in store for LPD reports - KSWO, Lawton, OK- Wichita Falls, TX: News, Weather, Sports. ABC, 24/7, Telemundo -

Changes in store for LPD reports

(Source KSWO) (Source KSWO)
(Source Lawton Police Department) (Source Lawton Police Department)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –The Lawton Police Department has a few changes coming up when it comes to picking up reports.

Starting Monday, May 16, the public will able to pick up records for background checks, accident reports, arrest reports, offenses, booking photos, calls for service, taxi permits and testing and other public records Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m., and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. until noon.

The front desk will still be manned 24/7, but the employee at the front desk won’t able to help with those documents.

Anyone wanting to get a public record must have a photo ID and cash for the record. There are no exceptions on the available hours for record pickups.

Copyright 2016 KSWO. All rights reserved.

  • Local NewsNewsMore>>

  • Suspect in Maryland office park shooting is apprehended

    Suspect in Maryland office park shooting is apprehended

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 10:51 AM EDT2017-10-18 14:51:04 GMT
    Wednesday, October 18 2017 9:49 PM EDT2017-10-19 01:49:14 GMT

    A sheriff's office in northeastern Maryland says it is on the scene of a shooting at an office park.

    A sheriff's office in northeastern Maryland says it is on the scene of a shooting at an office park.

  • Collins: Trump should back effort to resume health subsidy

    Collins: Trump should back effort to resume health subsidy

    Monday, October 16 2017 3:47 AM EDT2017-10-16 07:47:39 GMT
    Wednesday, October 18 2017 8:55 PM EDT2017-10-19 00:55:23 GMT

    In his decision last week, Trump derided the $7 billion in subsidies as bailouts to insurers and indicated he was trying to pressure Democrats into negotiating an Obamacare repeal.

    In his decision last week, Trump derided the $7 billion in subsidies as bailouts to insurers and indicated he was trying to pressure Democrats into negotiating an Obamacare repeal.

  • GOP, Dem senators push health deal as Trump keeps distance

    GOP, Dem senators push health deal as Trump keeps distance

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 4:01 AM EDT2017-10-18 08:01:13 GMT
    Wednesday, October 18 2017 9:37 PM EDT2017-10-19 01:37:08 GMT

    Under the lawmakers' agreement, the payments would continue for two years while states were given more leeway to let insurers sidestep some coverage requirements imposed by President Barack Obama's health care law.

    Under the lawmakers' agreement, the payments would continue for two years while states were given more leeway to let insurers sidestep some coverage requirements imposed by President Barack Obama's health care law.

Powered by Frankly