Legal SCENE Articles
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Attorney Helpful Links
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Attorney Online Forms
View a helpful list of online forms available through the Attorney's Office, including requests for police reports and truancy offenses.Link to page
- How do I participate in the Worthless Check program?
If all three of the following requirements are satisfied, you may contact the Scott County Attorney's Office and submit the required documentation to participate in the program. Visit our Initiatives page to find more information.
Worthless Check Program Requirements:
- The business must be in Scott County.
- The check must be for amounts between $20 and $2,000.
- The check must be NSF, Account Closed, and Refer to Maker.
- How can I get copies of a police report (discovery request)?
You may request copies of police reports in person at the County Attorney's Office, or you may request these documents online from the Scott County Sheriff's Records Division: Sheriff's Office Data Request Form
- Can I report a crime to the County Attorney's Office?
The Scott County Attorney's Office does not investigate crimes. To report a crime, you must contact a law enforcement agency with jurisdiction over the offense. This is usually the local police department or Sheriff's Office, but it can also be a Federal agency like the FBI, DEA, or IRS.