How do I go about claiming my property?


     The best and most efficient way to claim your property from the Laramie Police Department is to start by contacting the Evidence Custodian at 307-721-3546 to schedule an appointment.  Many of the items that are placed in our Evidence/Property Storage Facility take time to get ready for pick-up.  By scheduling an appointment, you can be sure that your items will be ready for pick-up when you arrive.

     To claim property, you must have a valid, photo ID with you when you arrive.  If someone other than the owner of the property is going to pick up the property, a NOTARIZED LETTER from the owner must be presented at the time of the pick-up.

Property that is identified as EVIDENCE cannot be released without proper authorization.

     Firearms require a criminal history check prior to release.  When you call the Evidence Custodian to schedule your appointment, you may be asked to provide additional information, such as: case number, name, date of birth and any other pertinent information requested by the Evidence Custodian.  Release of firearms will be delayed and/or denied without this information.

     Contact the Evidence Custodian for the Laramie Police Department at (307) 721-3546. With the various kinds of property and the various rules associated with the property, the Evidence Custodian can give you the best information as to the particular property that you are trying to get back.

     Appointment times may vary, but the following days and times are when appointments will be scheduled:

Monday – Thursday between 8:00am and 4:00pm

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