Public Information Log and Police Reports
North Carolina State law, General Statue § 132-1.4, includes the following as public record information: (1) the time, date, location, and nature of a violation reported to the Police; (2) the name, sex, age, address, employment, and alleged violation of a person arrested, charged, or indicted; and (3) the circumstances surrounding an arrest, including the time and place of the arrest, as well as a description of any items seized in connection with the arrest. When available, this additional information is typically included in the Crime Log and can be accessed by clicking on the case number.
However, while the North Carolina State law, 132-1.4, also provides that “the name, sex, age, and address of a complaining witness” is also public information, that information is not placed in the Crime Log, in order to protect victims and witnesses. The law defines "complaining witness" as “an alleged victim or other person who reports a violation or apparent violation of the law to a public law enforcement agency.” Although it is not available on the Crime Log, the information on complaining witnesses, if it exists, will be provided by the UNCG Police to individuals, upon request, unless the UNCG Police determine that “release of the information is reasonably likely to pose a threat to the mental health, physical health, or personal safety of the complaining witness or materially compromise a continuing or future criminal investigation or criminal intelligence operation.” Information about complaining witnesses that is withheld will be made available for release if and when the circumstances that justify withholding it cease to exist. See NC General Statute 132-1.4(d).To print a police report, click on the case number in the left column.
The log below will only show reports for the last year. If you need a report not listed below please fill out the online request form.