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VIPD Records Bureau Experiencing Report Delays

August 21, 2019

ST. THOMAS - The Records Bureau of the Virgin Islands Police Department at the Alexander Farrelly Justice Complex on St. Thomas is advising the general public of delays in the processing and release of incident reports. As the department is working feverishly to correct this issue, we ask for the public’s understanding in this matter.

Some officers and staff are still not at full capacity as it relates to accessing all resources necessary to serve the public at full potential. The bureau is still able to produce timely police and traffic records, along with the ability to process fingerprints. This can be done Mondays thru Fridays between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Members of the community that are awaiting incident reports should call VIPD at 340-774-2211 and access the Records Bureau. Have your incident report number available, so that a representative can complete a search for the report and advise of the report’s availability status. Following this process, limits the inconvenience of individuals having to visit the bureau when a report is not available.

Members of the Virgin Islands Police Department are here to serve. We are tirelessly working towards providing the best possible service to our community.

Anyone having any information about a crime can contact the Virgin Islands Police Department at (340)774-2211 ext. 5617, Major Crime Unit at (340)714-9830 or the Criminal Investigation Bureau (340)714-9807. You can also contact Crime Stoppers at 1(800)222-8477 or 911. We need your help and the entire community’s involvement.

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