DS and I have spent the better part of our day filling out forms, making copies, printing labels, stamping envelopes and making telephone calls. We were doing fine until the phone calls started. It has been difficult to get a straight answer from some of the police and sheriff departments regarding the forms. I had DS call to make sure we had the correct addresses and to see if we needed to submit a fee. Wow! I really didn't expect it to be so difficult. Finally we just decided to look up the fees on the internet, send in the letter he wrote along with the form and the stamped/addressed envelope and hope for the best. I am wondering what happens if all of the reports don't reach the academy. At this point I'm not feeling too confident that will happen. Before anyone panics, thinking they've missed something, remember we have lived in three states since son's high school career began. That makes 8 police reports we need to obtain. (Alaska doesn't have counties, so no sheriff department there.) Since we obviously can't take these personally to the police department, we have been attempting to make sure everything goes smoothly by calling. I think that has only served to stress us out! Any thoughts or intelligence on this subject?