The Fort Wayne Police department is on the move to their new home in the former City-County building. That means if you need information about criminal history reports, fingerprints, or gun permits, you may have to wait.
Police Department Spokesperson Raquel Foster says "Typically this office is open 24 hours a day."
The Records Bureau, better known as the, police desk at 1320
After 2 p.m. tomorrow some records will still be accessible. For instance, you can get a Crash report online, file a police report over the phone. But if you'd like to obtain a copy of a police report you'll have to wait until Monday morning, 6:30 a.m. Some citizens beat the rush and got paperwork in today.
Resident Gabrielle Marcano says "This is one thing that has to be done, it has to be done." Resident Sarah Thompson says "I called and they said I needed to come today before 2, tomorrow before 2 and tomorrow wouldn't work and it's kind of a time sensitive thing so I wanted to make sure I got it taken care of."
The Fort Wayne Police Department all departments will be done moving by the end of the month. With the records bureau on its way out and the property and evidence room moved, they say the worst is over. Foster says "We had over 400,000 pieces of evidence, pieces of property, and articles, items that needed to be moved, that is huge."