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    Elizabeth Emery · July 24, 2017 · Police Department News · 0 comments

    Chief Marc Porter is pleased to announce that the Gloversville Police Department has partnered with CARFAX to offer free crash reports to residents online.

    Community members who are involved in a motor vehicle crash in Gloversville, where a police officer arrives on scene to take a report, can access that document online at crashdocs.org. (Or visit the Gloversville Police Department’s page on the City of Gloversville web page www.cityofgloversville.com to access the link).

    The online resource will allow community members to save time by obtaining reports online instead of calling or making a trip to the station.

    “We are always looking for ways to better serve our community,” Chief Porter said. “The purpose of this free service is to prevent residents from having to make an unnecessary trip to the police department. It’s always nice to give people the opportunity to have resources at their fingertips.”

    Members of the community, however, can always go to the Gloversville Police Station to obtain a crash report.

    In addition to the new crash report distribution platform, Gloversville Police Officers will also have access to a wide variety of CARFAX investigative resources to help to assist the Gloversville Police Department with combating crime more efficiently and effectively.

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