Calls for Service (CFS) Reports from Law Enforcement

What is CFS

Calls for Service is an after the fact database of every incident a law enforcement department responds to in a given year. The reports typically contain both 911 calls and police-initiated events. It interfaces with E911 call systems.

An individual CFS report includes the incident type, priority, time and date of call, time and date of law enforcement response, and where the incident occurred. It also identifies each individual who responded to the call with their unique arrival and departure times.

CFS data is typically uploaded within 24 hours. It can be used to evaluate the effectiveness of law enforcement’s response as they handled your loved one’s death as well as other unattended deaths. Law enforcement typically label these deaths as ‘overdoses’ when in fact they should be investigated as drug induced homicides.

How Obtain

CFS reports are typically published upon request at no cost M-F at the Communication Center Reports Office within the County Sheriff’s Office or City Police Department. You will need the following:

  1. Case # Assigned
  2. Date Incident Occurred
  3. Location Incident Occurred
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