You are mistaken. Unless the police report is going to be used against you in a criminal case, the police report is not available to you. If you are charged with a crime based on the police report, you will then have access to it, along with any other evidence. You may have been thinking of the Freedom of Information Act which applies to public records only.
I know I have the right to receive it, but under what motion, under what amendment, and or statuate,
If you feel my answer is rude, mean, snarky or in anyway not to your liking, I did my job. You don't need to tell me.
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