A. Contact your insurance company. Some insurance companies will obtain a copy of the report for you.
Ensure the crash was handled by the Bryan Police Department. Crashes outside the city limits are handled by the Ohio State Highway Patrol or the Williams County Sheriffs department.
If you want a copy there are four options.
Attempt to include as much as the following information as possible:
Reports are four dollars.
A. There are two ways to pay for a parking ticket.
If you do not know the parking ticket number please give us the name of the owner of the vehicle that the parking ticket was issued to.
Failure to pay parking tickets can lead to having warrants issued from the court.
Q. I received a traffic ticket how do I pay this?
A. If you are an adult contact the Bryan Municipal
Court prior to your court date. The Bryan Municipal Court
telephone number is 1-419-636-6939. They will be able to advise you on the
options available. These options are listed on the back of the copy of the
citation that you received.
The court date is listed on the bottom of the citation.
The Bryan Police Department may accept bond for traffic tickets after the court is closed.
A. Court dates are not listed on the bottom of the ticket for juveniles. You will receive information from the court of when to appear for the hearing.
If the person who received the citation is from Ohio, the hearing will be held in the county the child resides in.
The citations issued from Bryan Police officers are sent to the Juvenile department at the Williams County Courthouse. They may be contacted at 419-636-2934.
A. Contact your insurance company. Local agents may obtain a copy of the report for you.
Q. I need to get
fingerprinted for work. When can I do this?
A. The Bryan Police department will fingerprint you if you live in the city of Bryan or the job is for a business inside the city limits.
We do not accept appointments for fingerprinting. You may stop in anytime and request to be fingerprinted, or call and ascertain if an officer is available.
We do not charge for this service.
A. Call the local Bureau of Motor Vehicle office at 419-636-5516 or visit the BMV's web page.Obtaining your record from BMV
Q. I receive phone calls and when I answer no one is there. What is happening?
A. Many telephone telemarketers use techniques which dial several telephone numbers simultaneously. When one person answers the phone the other phones are disconnected