Reports and Statistics
The Daily Crime Log (DCL) is updated very other business day. It provides details about crimes that have been reported to the Cuesta College Police Department. More information about the Daily Crime Log can be accessed by clicking the link above.
How to Request a Police Report
Due to COVID-19, until further notice, the Cuesta College Police Department will only accept police report requests by mail.
To request a copy of a report, please print and complete the Application for Copy of Police Report. Once completed, mail the application, a copy of your valid government issued ID, and a check made out to Cuesta College ($10.00 per copy of report) to the following address:
Cuesta College Police Department
P.O. Box 8106
San Luis Obispo, CA 93403
If you have any questions regarding how to request a copy of your police report, please contact Records by phone or email:
Click here to download the Application for Copy of Police Report
There is a $10.00 fee for all copies of reports.
**Fee Waiver for Victims of Domestic Violence and Identity Theft**
California legislation provides that victims of domestic violence may request a copy of their crime report without charge. Due to the severe time constraints imposed upon local law enforcement agencies for providing a copy of the report, victims of domestic violence should apply directly to the concerned area of occurrence for a copy of their report. Records will continue to process requests received by mail from victims of domestic violence as expeditiously as possible. There will be no fee charged to the victim.
Crime and Incident Reports
Reports may be released to:
- the victim(s).
- an authorized representative of the victim.
- an insurance carrier against which a claim has been made or might be made.
- any person suffering bodily injury, property damage, or loss.
Reports may not be released if:
- the disclosure would endanger the safety of a witness or other involved party.
- endanger the successful completion of the investigation and/or a related investigation.
- the name and address of a victim of certain specified crimes will not be disclosed.
Traffic Collision Reports
Reports may be released to:
- Drivers involved in the collision
- Registered owners of vehicles involved
- Parents of a minor driver involved
- Passengers involved listed in report
- Insurance companies
- Those incurring property damage or civil liability as a result of the accident
- Attorneys representing any of the above
Reports are not released to witnesses.
Copies of arrest reports for pending Court actions can be obtained through the District Attorney's Office. Arrest reports that have been adjudicated are released with the approval of the Cuesta College Police Department.
No arrest reports will be released if:
- the disclosure would endanger the safety of a person.
- the disclosure would endanger the successful completion of the investigation or a related investigation.
- the arrest is a medical or similar detention and disclosure would constitute an invasion of privacy.