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How To Obtain A Traffic Collision Report from the Long Beach Police Department

To request a police report from the Long Beach Police Department (LBPD), you will need to complete and submit the Application for Release of Traffic Collision and/or Crime Report/Incident Information form. The form is easily accessible from the web. Additionally, you can get a form in-person at any police substation, or you can call and request that a form is mailed to you.

To fill out the form, you will need the following information:

  • Date incident was reported
  • Name of officer who reported incident
  • Type of incident
  • Location of incident
  • Name and date of birth of person involved
  • Name of person or business requesting report
  • Address and phone number of person/business requesting report
  • Involvement in incident

You will need to pay a $21 processing fee at the time of the application. If you mail your request, you must pay with a check. If you make your request in-person, you have the option to use cash or a check. Victims will not be required to pay the $21 processing fee.

You can submit your request in-person or through mail at the following address:

 

Long Beach Police Department

Records Division

400 West Broadway

Long Beach, CA 90802

 

You should expect your request to be completed within three weeks. For additional information about requesting reports, you can contact the Report Request Helpline at (562) 570-7381.

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