- Available on Tuesdays from 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. in the Police Department Lobby
If you have received a citation from the Morgan Hill Police Department and it is marked as Booking Required, you must come to the Police Department, located at 16200 Vineyard Blvd, Morgan Hill, CA 95037, to be fingerprinted and have your photo taken prior to your court date.
- Attend your court date as indicated on your citation
- Bring your citation with you
File a Police Report Online
Morgan Hill's Community Online Reporting System allows the public to file a police report about something that has happened within city limits, from the comfort of their own home, twenty-four hours a day, and receive a copy of that report via email at no cost.
Request a Copy of a Police Report
You must make your request in writing. For your convenience you will find a applications in /documentcenter/view/43678 English (PDF) or /documentcenter/view/43679 Spanish (PDF). You must submit your written application to the Morgan Hill Police Records Department along with the proper fees. You may submit your application in person, by email, or by regular postal mail. For all information on the process, visit how to Request a Copy of a Police Report.
Live Scan Fingerprinting Services
The City of Morgan Hill does not provide electronic Live Scan Fingerprinting to the public. The service may be reinstated in the future.
The State of California, Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General website has more information about live scan fingerprinting and also has links to Request For Live Scan Service forms.
The Communications Center is staffed with Public Safety Dispatchers that work around the clock to answer 911 calls. Communications staff in the center also dispatch Police Officers and Public Works Personnel during non-business hours. Fire and Paramedic requests are transferred directly to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), with whom the city contracts for services. Public Safety Dispatchers answer an average of 9,000 9-1-1 calls and 74,000 other emergency and business lines per year, in addition to documenting minor incident reports via phone.
The Records Unit processes thousands of cases generated by police officers per year. Many of these cases are submitted to the Office of the District Attorney for review and filing of criminal charges. Records Unit staff also greet community members at the counter and help them by processing day to day requests, such as the release of impounded vehicles, citation sign-offs, and assisting them with paperwork.
Property & Evidence
The Property / Evidence Technician is responsible for tracking and processing the large volume of evidence collected by Police Officers. Any lost/found property is also stored in Property / Evidence.
Police Service Cadets are students interested in a Law Enforcement career. Cadets generally work with Records. The Cadets are responsible for greeting and assisting citizens coming to the Police Department front counter, pre-booking those people cite/released in the field, filing, data entry, and have various general duties throughout the Police Department as needed.