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Records/Identification Section

Director Nakia Taylor

As you would imagine, a law enforcement agency the size of the Orange County Sheriff's Office generates a lot of "paperwork" in the form of written police reports and the myriad of documents generated during the investigation of a crime. The responsibility for maintaining that paperwork, properly documenting it, and storing it for quick retrieval is one of the many responsibilities of the agency's Records/Identification Section. Worth noting, paperwork has become passé at the Sheriff's Office. For several years the agency has been making a steady transition towards becoming a paperless agency. Many of the once handwritten or typed documents are now produced, disseminated, and maintained electronically.

Records Custodian - J. Albrecht

Location/Hours of Operation

2500 W. Colonial Drive

Orlando, FL 32804


Phone: (407) 254-7280


8:00 am to 5:00 pm


Closed Holidays and weekends


Request Copy of Report

Request for Incident Report(s) are accepted in person, via mail, phone request and email. Requests that are handled by mail must include a self-addressed stamped envelope.  You may email your request to the Records/Identification Section at records@ocfl.net. Request for criminal history checks are not accepted via email.

Criminal History Request

Local criminal history checks are available from the Records/Identification Section for a fee of $5.00. You may come to the office or send a self-addressed, stamped envelope with $5.00 along with your request. We accept money order or cashier's check.


Statewide checks can be obtained through Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), by calling (850) 410-8109.

Public Fingerprinting

Fingerprinting services have been suspended until further notice.

For additional information about fingerprinting services, you may call 407-254-7000 EXT. 70418.