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Service Patrol Request

You can submit a request in person at the police station or you can fill out the form below to submit a request. Please fill out the form as completely as possible. Requests submitted online will be contacted for verification.

Close Patrol Request
Requested starting date of patrol:
Requested ending date of patrol:
Name of person requesting patrol:
State the reason you will be away:
Location type:
Home Business
Address to be patrolled:
Mailing address if different from address patrolled:
Telephone number of the address to be patrolled
(leave blank if none):
If you know the telephone number of the location you will be staying, please list it here:
If you will have a cell phone with you, please list the number here:
If you have an emergency contact for the patrol, please state that person's name here:
If you have an emergency contact, please provide a telephone number here:
If you have authorized anyone else to be at the location while you are out, please list their names here:
If you are leaving any lights on in your house or yard or have a timer on lights, please give a detailed description of the location of the lights that will be left on and what time the timers are set for:
If any vehicles will be left on your property while you are gone, please list their license plate numbers:
If you have any other special instructions to leave for the patrol, detail them here:
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