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How To Obtain A Traffic Collision Report from the Riverside Sheriff’s Department

Copies of police reports can only be requested from the Riverside Sheriff’s Department only in person. Only the appropriate parties involved in the incident will receive a copy of the requested report. These parties include drivers, passengers, property owners, parents or guardians of involved minors, insurance companies, and attorneys. Since police records are not immediately available after the incident, it is advised that you contact the sheriff’s department Records Bureau via telephone. The Records Bureau can be reached at (951) 955-2440—upon calling, someone will inform you of the status of the police report. If it is not available yet, you will need to wait to make your request.

To request your report in person, you will need to go to the following location:

 

4095 Lemon Street, Riverside, CA 92501

 

Remember, you are advised to call and verify that the report is available before you come in to make a request. You will need to pay the appropriate fee ($1.00 per page) to receive the requested report. You should come prepared with proper identification and a case number to facilitate the search of the report. If you are an insurance company or an attorney requesting the report, you will need to provide appropriate proof of your involvement in the incident.

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