How do I get a copy of my criminal history?

The Normal Police Department can only provide a history of criminal arrests within the Town of Normal. All requests must be made in person at the Normal Police Department Records Division Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm. Any person requesting this information must provide a valid government-issued photo ID. Persons requesting a statewide criminal history can fill out a form at the Normal Police Department Records Division to be submitted to the State of Illinois. The form must be completed in person and requires a fee. The Illinois State Police website contains more information on statewide criminal history checks. For additional information, contact Mindy Vaughn in the Police Department Records Division at (309) 454-9528.

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3. Can I dispute an ordinance violation?
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5. How do I reclaim a vehicle that was towed after an arrest?
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