Request For Reports


The Wellesley Police Department Records Division is open from Monday through Friday, from 8AM until 4:30 PM and can be reached directly at 781-235-2189.  Kelly Leahy is the Records Manager.  She can also be reached via email at [email protected]


The Wellesley Police Department Records Access Officer is:


Lieutenant Marie Cleary

Wellesley Police Department

485 Washington Street

Wellesley, Massachusetts 02482


[email protected]





Reports should be requested in writing an may take up to 10 days to receive.  Click here for a copy of a the report request form which you can fill out and mail/fax in to the records clerk.


There is no charge for accident reports or incident reports if they can be released to the public.


Lost and Found: 


The records division handles ALL lost and found requests.  Simply call the records division to inquire about a possible lost or found object.  Any items turned into the Wellesley Police or located by a police officer is turned over to the records division.


Letters of Good Conduct:


This is a letter indicating you have no criminal history with the Wellesley Police Department.  Two COPIES of valid photo ID's are required, along with your social security number, address in Wellesley, and phone number.   There is no charge for this.




The Wellesley Police Department will do fingerprints, however, you must provide your OWN fingerprint cards as the department DOES NOT provide them.  The service is free to Wellesley residents, all others are $10.00 per card.


Background Checks/CORI (Criminal Offender Record Inquiry): 


The Wellesley Police Department does not provide background checks or CORI checks.  These checks are conducted through the Massachusetts Criminal History Systems Board.   This includes, but is not limited to background checks for employment, volunteer work, etc.