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Report inappropriate behavior of an Auburn Police employee

The Auburn Police Department is committed to providing prompt, courteous and professional service while maintaining a positive professional relationship with the community. Our ultimate goal is to improve the quality of life for the citizens and community we serve.

This Public Complaint Package has been developed as an avenue for citizens to file legitimate complaints or report inappropriate behavior of any employee of the Auburn Police Department.

It is important to note that filing a false police report is a crime and is punishable by up to 180 days in jail and a fine of up to $1000.

Click here to download and print the form (PDF).

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Description of Complaint
Please be very detailed and describe the nature of your complaint including, time, date, persons involved, Police Personnel involved, any witness’s or any other information which may pertain to the filing of this complaint. Please make sure you sign your name at the end of your statement.
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Your typed name represents your signature for the purpose of authenticating this record. By signing this document, you confirm that all answers provided are true and correct.
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