How do I get my vehicle back that has been impounded?
Once the Records Office has been notified that a vehicle in our impound lot can be released (either by the County Attorney's Office or by the officer who impounded the vehicle), the registered owner can come to the Kearney Law Enforcement Center and pick up the vehicle. All fees, if applicable, must be paid and anyone driving a vehicle out of the impound lot must have a valid driver's license. If the registered owner is not able to pick up the vehicle, a notarized letter needs to be shown with the registered owner advising who can pick up the vehicle. Please note the Law Enforcement Center does not accept debit or credit cards.

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1. How do I contact the Police Department?
2. Can I report issues anonymously?
3. Where do I pick up an application for a police officer position?
4. How do I request a tour, presentation or ride along?
5. How do I report a complaint or commendation for an officer?
6. Where do I obtain a copy of my police background report?
7. How do I get my fingerprints taken?
8. How can I obtain an accident report?
9. Is there a charge for a copy of a report?
10. Where do I pay a parking ticket?
11. Where do I pay a traffic citation that was issued in Buffalo County?
12. How can I obtain a Handgun Purchase Permit?
13. How can I obtain an Itinerant Merchant Permit?
14. When can I get my property back that was taken as evidence?
15. How do I get my vehicle back that has been impounded?
16. How can I apply for a Protection Order?