You an make an open records request for the report and put the onus on law enforcement to claim an ongoing investigation exception to complying. It is unlikely they will invoke that exception, given the time that has past. You can also enforce the right to the request in Superior Court, should they interpose such an objection.
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You can't. Police reports are not public records so you can't just walk into a police station and get one. If no criminal charges were filed, a report may not have even been prepared. And of course when the police interview people they usually do not have anyone else present so as not to contaminate or influence the statement.
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First do you have an LAPD "DR" number which is essentially an incident number? Second do you have an attorney doing your divorce? He or she can request the report but if it did not result in a W&I 5150 hold there may not be a report. You can try calling records but without a DR number it will be tough so have your attorney try to get it then request it. Good luck. www.losangelesdefenders.com