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A copy of a report may be obtained from our office any time on Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 204 Front Street SE, Minot, North Dakota 58702. A request for report / information formmust be completed in order for us to locate the type of report requested.

For more information on open records please visit the attorney general's website.

Request Fees


  • Accident Report, $7 - full report for insurance companies and involved parties
  • Incident Report, $0.25 per page
  • Photographs $4 per page of wallet size, (if photographs may be released)
  • Docket Entry, $0.25 per page
  • Mugshot, $4
  • CD/DVD $10

Incident Reports


Incident reports are criminal reports that are considered open record providing the case has cleared the court process or closed. The report is confidential if it is open or under investigation and a copy may not be obtained. Reports containing juvenile information or victims of domestic violence will have identifying information blackened out.

Persons charged with a crime may request a copy of a report through discovery through the Ward County State's Attorney's Office under court rules.
 
  

Docket Entry


Docket entry is the information from a call for service. It contains information from the dispatch of the call to the outcome.

Individual Records Check


Individual Records Check is a search through the Ward County Sheriff’s Department’s local records to obtain criminal or traffic records on the named individual. The Ward County Sheriff’s Department requires the full name and date of birth of the person for which the record check is being requested.

This procedure requires positive identification of an individual prior to the individual record search being conducted. The individual will receive a printout of the individual’s local criminal record. The Ward County Sheriff’s Department does not maintain court dispositions for criminal records. The Ward County Sheriff’s Department will not release juvenile records or records from another law enforcement agency.

A complete criminal history may be obtained by contacting the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigations at:
Criminal Records Section
4205 State Street
PO Box 1054
Bismarck, ND 58502-1054

You can also contact the division by phone at 701-328-5500.
Non-Criminal Justice Request For Criminal History Record Information

Mugshot


A mugshot is the photograph taken from an individual at the time of booking and may be released as long as the photograph will not adversely affect a criminal investigation.
Sours: https://www.co.ward.nd.us/214/Records

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Public Records

Anyone has the right to access and obtain copies of a public entity’s records, regardless of where they live.

A request must reasonably identify specific records. The request can be made by any available medium - such as phone, email, mail - or in person, and does not have to be in writing.

  • A request for information is not a request for a record.
  • When a public entity receives a request for records, it must respond within a reasonable time, either by providing the records or by citing the legal authority for denying the request. 
  • What is “reasonable” depends on many factors, including the amount and type of records you requested.
  • If asked, the entity must put a denial in writing.  A public entity can charge for providing records, and may require payment of any estimated charges before fulfilling an open record request.
  • A public entity has no obligation to respond to requests for information or to questions about its duties and functions, to explain the content of any of its records, to create or compile records, or to convert existing records to another format.
  • The courts are not subject to the open records laws. Certain records of the state's legislature are not subject to disclosure. 

Records requests can be submitted via email to [email protected]

Find more detailed information in the Open Records Guide.

 

REQUESTING COURT RECORDS

Court records can be obtained by contacting the Clerk of Courts office at (701) 667-3358 or [email protected]

North Dakota District Court case information for criminal, traffic, and civil case types can be accessed here.

 

Sours: https://www.mortonnd.org/publicrecords

District Court Case Search and Payment Processing

District Court Case Search

This website provides access to North Dakota District Court Case information for Criminal, Traffic, and Civil case types. The search results also include municipal court cases from certain areas. The search results do not include restricted case information. For a complete description of the data and the counties that are searchable click here.

For help using this website please visit the help guide or look at the Frequently Asked Questions Page.

Notice: The information contained on this website reflects factual information associated with North Dakota District court cases as well as some North Dakota municipal court cases. The site shows the case information as each case is heard, whether it is still open or closed and what its final disposition was when closed. While many court cases originate as felonies or some other case type, they may be changed to other case types as they are heard. A felony may end up becoming a misdemeanor, infraction or even being dismissed. Always click on the case hyperlink and consult the Disposition section found in each case to determine the final outcome of the case.

Need help making a payment? Please follow the instructionsfound here.

Sours: https://www.ndcourts.gov/public-access

Records nd public

Anyone has the right to access and obtain copies of a public entity’s records, regardless of where they live.

A request must reasonably identify specific records. The request can be made by any available medium - such as phone, email, mail - or in person,  and does not have to be in writing.

  • A request for information is not a request for a record.  

When a public entity receives a request for records, it must respond within a reasonable time, either by providing the records or by citing the legal authority for denying the request. 

  • What is “reasonable” depends on many factors, including the amount and type of records you requested.

If asked, the entity must put a denial in writing.  A public entity can charge for providing records, and may require payment of any estimated charges before fulfilling an open record request.

  • A public entity has no obligation to respond to requests for information or to questions about its duties and functions, to explain its decisions or the content of any of its records, to create or compile records, or to convert existing records to another format.
  • The courts are not subject to the open records laws. Certain records of the state's legislature are not subject to disclosure. 

​Find more detailed information in the Open Records Guide.

Record Retention

Record retention schedules determine which records are required to be retained and for how long. These schedules are set by the public entity. Record retention is not subject to review under the open records laws. 

  • More information about state agency record retention policies can be found on ND Information Technology Department's Record Management Program.
  • For information about political subdivision record retention schedules, contact the public entity directly. 
Sours: https://attorneygeneral.nd.gov/open-records-meetings/requesting-public-records
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