On December 19th, 2019, I went to my local police department to get two police reports.
One is from April 22nd, 2016, whereas the other one is from November 1st, 2019. While I don't know either of their case numbers, I would certainly like to know if it is indeed possible to get a police report without knowing its case number.
You would have to know the exact date(s) if incident, location of incident, and names of parties involved.
Police records can be run by name, date, location, sort and a variety of other factors.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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