Concord Police Department
About Concord PD
The mission of the Concord Police Department is to provide a safe environment in the City of Concord through effective and efficient use of resources. The sworn and civilian personnel that comprise the Concord Police Department are dedicated to addressing crime and disorder in a manner that embodies police-community partnerships.
Police Chief Guy Swanger regularly reports to the Concord City Council on the department's efforts to ensure public safety.
Community Service Desk (Front Lobby)
Open Monday through Friday, 8 am - 5 pm, and Saturdays 10 am to 2pm, closed on Sundays and City holidays.
Although the Police Department is open for emergencies 24 hours a day, certain business functions are available to the public during core hours. Please visit the Community Service Desk page for more information.
Services offered at the Community Service Desk include police reports by phone, fingerprinting / Livescan, solicitor permits, block party permits, concealed weapon permit applications, merchant reports, and the availability of community meeting rooms.
Open to the public Monday through Friday, 8 am - 5 pm.
In addition to collecting fees for the Police Department for a variety of programs, the Records Bureau releases records information to the public including police reports and clearance letters.
How do I?
- Dispute a parking citation?
- Establish a Neighborhood Watch?
- Obtain a copy of a police report?
- Obtain an Alarm Permit?
- Obtain crime statistics?
- Report a crime online
- Report suspicious activity?
- Report a traffic complaint?
- Report a traffic hazard?
- Retrieve a Towed/Impounded Vehicle
- Search for Registered Offenders?