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How To Obtain A Traffic Collision Report from the Fresno Police Department

Only the following people have the authority to request a report from the Fresno Police:

  • Parties involved in the incident (drivers, passengers, owner of damaged property, victim)
  • Parents or legal guardians of minor parties involved in the incident
  • Legal representatives of parties involved in the incident
  • Insurance providers for parties involved in the incident

If you are not an authorized party, your request will be denied. You can request a copy of police records online or in-person. You will need the following information:

  • Incident date
  • Incident location/street name
  • Involved parties last name
  • Registered owner last name
  • Officer reporting and officer badge number
  • Report number

You must have the report number to request a copy. You must provide a minimum of two of the points listed above. However, the more information you provide, the faster it will be to locate your report.

Incident reports are free when requested in-person at the Fresno Police Department Records Lobby. To make your request in person, visit the Public Records and Information Service Bureau Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the following address:

 

2323 Mariposa Street, Lobby

Fresno, CA 93731

 

If you prefer to submit your request for a report online, your request will be subject to a $12 convenience fee. You can order your collision report through the Fresno Police Department’s webpage on the city’s website.

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