The Collinsville Police Department runs a 24/7 operation. This department responds to 9-1-1 and non-emergency calls 24-hours per day, 365 days a year. Calls can run the gamut from motor vehicle accidents, a burglary that happened while a resident was at work to concerns about individuals experiencing mental health crises. Responding to emergency calls is the Department’s top priority.
Where is the police department located and what are the hours of operation?
We are located at 1023 W Center St in Collinsville near the intersection of 11th and Center. The police department is staffed 24 hours a days 7 days a week. The records office is open Monday - Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Our Animal Control officer is available Monday - Friday from 10:00am to 6:00pm.
How do I report a crime or get police services?
If you have an emergency dial 911. For non-emergency police services call 918-371-1000 any time.
How do I file a police report?
Come to the police department and speak to the dispatcher on duty, they can take your information and contact an officer. You may also call us directly on our non-emergency line at 918-371-1000 to have an officer meet with you at your location within the city limits.
How do I report a problem with suspicious activity or speeding in my neighborhood?
To report on going concerns that are not currently happening, you can come to the PD to complete a watch order form. This allows our officers to set up a targeted parole for that area. You can also use this for added patrol if you are planning on being out of town or are receiving threats from another individual.
Incident and accident reports can be obtained in person at the police department.
Open Record Request Form
Is there a cost for police reports?
The costs for reports are $0.25 per page. If you are requesting video please provide the clerk with a USB drive.
Don't you have anything better to do?
No, no we don’t.
Does your department do fingerprints?
Yes, however we do not provide the fingerprint cards, if you do not have fingerprint cards, you may need to contact the county you reside in to have your prints done. There is no charge for fingerprinting, but please call ahead to make sure we have adequate staffing.
Do you accept unwanted prescription drugs?
Yes, there is a disposal bin located in the lobby of the police department that you can access at any time. However, we do not accept syringes, liquids or inhalers.
How do I request a Police Officer to speak to my group or organization?
Please contact Capt. Smith Monday - Friday from 8:00 to 4:00pm at 918-371-1000.