Records Division

LENAWEE COUNTY

 SHERIFF'S OFFICE

RECORDS DIVISION

 


 

SUBMITTED BY UNDERSHERIFF JIM ANDERSON

     The Records Division is staffed by four clerks, under the supervision of the Undersheriff and is responsible for the orderly keeping and efficient processing of all department incident reports, firearm permits and registrations, concealed weapons permits, fingerprints for identity purposes, background checks, sex offender registrations, accident reports, traffic citations and requests.

     Once a report is received, the Records Division's function is to enter case information into the computer.  This allows Sheriff's Office personnel future access to specific intformation in each case.  It also allows incident and accident reports to be retrieved and made available upon request to the public through the Freedom Of Information Action (FOIA).  The Freedom Of Information Act regulates and sets requirements for the disclosure of public records by all "public bodies" in the state.  For additional information on the Freedom OF Information Act (FOIA) you may visit the State of Michigan Attorney Generals Office.

     A request for any report or the registration of firearms may be done at the Records Office during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday, except holidays.  The telephone number is 517-263-0524, option #4.

 

FEE SCHEDULE

REVISED OCTOBER 1, 2014

 

Accident Reports 

$  5.00 

 Complaint Reports, 1st three pages

(.50 per page after the 1st three pages)

 

$  5.00

 License to Purchase Pistol

$  5.00 

 Application Fingerprints

$  5.00 

 Duplicate Set of Fingerprints

$  3.00 

 LiveScan Fingerprints

$40 - $56.50 Depending on MCL code 

 Copy of Mug Shot

$  5.00 

 Copy of Booking

$  5.00 

 Explosive Permit

$  1.00 

911 Recording

$  10.00
&
Up

 Video DVD

$10.00 

 

 

 

Obtaining a copy of a Traffic Crash Report:

Traffic Crash Reports take approximately five business days to arrive in the Records Division, however, some may take longer to complete.  Traffic Crash Reports needed for insurance purposes are available by request at the Records Division during regular business hours (see fee schedule above) or on-line at www.docview.us.com for an $11.00 charge.

 

Gun Permits and Registrations

Gun permits can be obtained at the Sheriff's Office Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.

Gun registrations can be dropped off at the Sheriff's Office Monday - Friday during regular business hours.

 

Information on Concealed Weapons Permits (CCW):

Concealed Weapons Permits can be processed at the Records Division during regular business hours.

LiveScan fingerprinting for CCW permits are done Monday - Friday from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. only.

 

Fingerprinting Information:

The Sheriff's Office provides LiveScan and ink fingerprinting services.  There is no appointment necessary; this is a first come first serve basis, (see fee schedule above).

LiveScan Fingerprinting are done Monday - Friday from 10:00 a.m. til 3:30 p.m.  Please call for cost as prices range from $40 - $56.50 depending on which code needs to be used.

Ink fingerprinting are done Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. til 3:30 p.m.

Please bring valid photo identification and any fingerprint cards if you were provided with them.  The Sheriff's Office does provide Michigan State Police RI-8 cards for your use.  You do not need to be a Michigan resident to be printed by the Sheriff's Office.

 

Sex Offender Verification:

Offenders can register at the Records Division during regular business hours, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. It is the responsibility of the offender to abide by the following guidelines:

  1. Offender is required by law to register as a sex offender.  Failure to register as required by law is a felony and may result in prosecution.
    1. Tier I offender must register for 15 years.
    2. Tier II offender must register for 25 years.
    3. Tier III offender must register for the remainder of his/her life.
    4. Registration period exluces all period(s) of incarceration.
  2. Offender is required to sign the required registration form(s).  Failure to sign the required registration form(s) is a misdemeanor and may result in criminal prosecution.
  3. Offender is required by law to verify his/her address by reporting in-person and providing proof of residency at a local law enforcement agency, sheriff's office, or Michigan State Police post that has jurisdictin over his/her residence.  Failure to verify his/her address as required by law is a misdemeanor and may result in prosecution.
    1. Tier I offender is required by law to verify his/her address once every year during their month of birth.
    2. Tier II offender is required by law to verify his/her address twice each year according to the following schedule: 
Birth Month       Reporting Month          Birth Month       Reporting Month
January January and July July January and July
February February and August August February and August
March March and September September March and September
April April and October October April and October
May May and November November May and November
June June and December December June and December

c. Tier III offender is required to verify his/her address four times each year according to the following schedule:

Birth Month      Reporting Month        Birth Month      Reporting Month
January Jan., April, July & Oct. July

Jan., April, July & Oct.

February Feb., May, Aug. & Nov. August

 Feb., May, Aug. & Nov.

March March, June, Sept. & Dec. September

March, June, Sept. & Dec.

April

 

Jan., April, July & Oct.

 

October

Jan., April, July & Oct.

May Feb., May, Aug. & Nov. November

Feb., May, Aug. & Nov.

June March, June, Sept. & Dec. December

March, June, Sept. & Dec.

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