A Fast and Simple Way to Get Your Pinal County Sheriff's Collision Report Now

If you were seriously injured in a motor vehicle accident, you don’t have time to wait for your crash report in the mail. You may also not be able to travel to the law enforcement agency due to your injuries. AccidentReports.com gives you the best, fastest way to get your accident report now when you need it the most. To get started, fill out the form on this page and submit your accident information for assistance.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Get a Copy of My Traffic Accident Report?

You can get a copy of your traffic police report from AccidentReports.com, or you can obtain your copy from the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office.

The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office offers two ways to get a copy of your Pinal County accident report.

Fill Out a Public Records Request Form In-Person

Download the Public Record Request Form found on the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office website and fill it out. You can request a copy of your accident report in person from the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office located at:
971 Jason Lopez Cir, Florence, AZ 85132
Monday through Friday (closed holidays)
Public Window: 8am-5pm

Mail-In Your Public Records Request Form

Fill out the online Public Record Request Form found on the department’s website. Send the completed Public Record Request Form to:
971 Jason Lopez Cir, Florence, AZ 85132

How Long Will it Take to Get My Accident Report from the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office?

Requests are typically processed within five to seven business days unless the accident involved a crime or death, or an open investigation.

What is the Fee for Police Reports?

Pinal County and Avondale police reports will cost $7.50 for the first twenty-five pages, and $0.50 for each additional page. Accepted forms of payment include debit card, credit card, personal checks, or money order. Make the check or money order payable to the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office.

What Other Law Enforcement Agencies May Have My Crash Report?

If you can’t locate your crash report at the Sheriff’s Office, you can check the following police agencies:

  • Florence Police Department
  • Mammoth Police Department
  • Phoenix Police Department
  • Apache Junction Police Department

What Other Public Records and Reports are Available at the Sheriff's Office?

You can fill out a request form for other public records, including:

  • Arrest records
  • Criminal record report
  • Criminal history records
  • Five-year crime trend
  • Jail records
  • Agenda item requests
  • Incidences of property crimes
  • Inmate records
  • Annual crime reports

    Can I Request Vital Records from the Pinal County Sheriff's Office?

    No. You will need to visit the Pinal County Vital Records Department at one of the three locations:
    Casa Grande Pinal County Vital Records
    1729 N. Trekell Rd. Suite 120
    Casa Grande, AZ
    85122
    Vital Records Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

    Maricopa Vital Records
    41600 W. Smith-Enke Rd. Bldg. # 15
    Maricopa, AZ
    85138
    Vital Records Office: Tuesday – Thursday, 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

    San Tan Valley Vital Records
    36235 N. Gantzel Rd.
    San Tan Valley, AZ
    85142
    Vital Records Hours: Monday – Thursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

    You will need to fill out a Public Records Request Form at the Pinal County Vital Records Department.

    Records available include:

    • Divorce records
    • Marriage records
    • Request for court records form
    • Birth records and certificates on request
    • Death records

    Paper and electronic records are available.
    Contact Phone: 1-866-960-0633

    Why Isn't My Collision Report Available Yet?

    If you have waited for a minimum of seven business days and your report is still not available, it may not have been filed yet due to an active investigation. If the accident involved a criminal offense such as motor vehicle theft or other felony charges, or if it was an accident with injuries, your report may not be available for several weeks or months. Contact the Sheriff’s Office for more information.

    Why Do I Need to Get a Copy of My Accident Report?

    Getting a copy of your accident report is one of the most important documents you’ll need when you file an insurance claim or lawsuit. Pinal County police reports essentially outline all of the facts of an accident, major and minor injuries sustained, vehicle damage, road conditions, weather conditions, and other important facts. Getting a copy of this document can help your chances of receiving the compensation you need to cover the cost of your medical bills, vehicle damage, and other losses.

    What’s the Fastest Way to Get a Copy of an Accident Report?

    If you’re unable to pick up your police report in person and you don’t have time to wait for it to arrive in the mail, AccidentReports.com offers the easiest and fastest way to get a copy of AZ crash reports now. Take advantage of our crash report information center and get a copy of your report as soon as it’s available.

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