Captain Aimee Agderian serves as the Clay County Sheriff’s Office’s Custodian of Records in accordance with RSMO 610.023 Public record requests should be directed to her by email, [email protected], or by mail to the address on this page.
If you need a copy of a single police report, here is how to obtain it.
Members of the media making a records request should see Media Inquiries.
Under the Missouri Sunshine Law, all public meetings and public records of public governmental bodies must be open and available to the public, except when closure is allowed by law.
The Missouri Sunshine Law has specific provisions for law enforcement records. In general, all incident and arrest reports are open records, but mobile video recordings and investigative reports are closed records until the investigation becomes inactive, as is an arrest record if the person arrested is not charged within 30 days. Other exceptions apply with respect to certain mobile video recordings and portions of records which, if released, would endanger victims, witnesses, undercover officers, or other persons, or which would jeopardize a criminal investigation. Special rules apply to information gained from 911 calls, and particularly graphic crime scene photographs and videos are generally closed.
Custodian of Records
Clay County Sheriff’s Office
12 S. Water St.
Liberty, MO 64068