Can I have an officer check a license plate for me?

No. Under state and federal laws it is prohibited for an officer to use law enforcement databases for personal use. The computer systems can only be used as an aid in an investigation, and that information can only be shared with other law enforcement personnel.

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1. How do I apply for a police officer position with Brimfield Police Department (PD)?
2. How do I get my car out of impound?
3. How can I report a traffic related problem in my neighborhood?
4. I just received a traffic citation. How do I pay that?
5. If I call the Brimfield police for a record check, what will you do?
6. I Have a Complaint Regarding a BPD Officer. What Should I Do?
7. How Can I Commend a Member of the Brimfield Police Department?
8. Can you provide information regarding power outages?
9. Should I report suspicious activity in my neighborhood?
10. Why can’t officers resolve or intervene in a civil matter?
11. What can I do about barking dogs?
12. Can I have an officer check a license plate for me?
13. How do I obtain a copy of a report?
14. How do I report drug related activity to the authorities?
15. A solicitor came to my home today. Are solicitors allowed in Brimfield?
16. I need to be fingerprinted for employment or for volunteering. Where is this done?
17. How do I obtain a restraining order?
18. How do I find out about sex offenders in my neighborhood?
19. What is the grace period for my driver’s license expiration?