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Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Obtain a Copy of My Accident Report?

You can get a copy of your Highland police report at AccidentReports.com, or you can go through the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office.

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

In-Person

Visit the SB County Sheriff’s Office in person to fill out a Records Request Form. You must pay the accident report fee at the time of pick up and show your valid photo ID.

The department is located at:

26985 East Baseline
Highland, California
92346

Phone:(909) 425-9793
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

By Mail

To request your report by mail, you must include a self-addressed, stamped envelope, the accident report fee, and a copy of your valid photo ID.

Send your request to:

26985 East Baseline
Highland, California
92346

How Much Do Accident Reports Cost?

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office accident reports may cost $5.00 to $26.00 per copy.

What Information is in a Collision Report?

Collision reports are legal documents filled out by law enforcement officers at the scene of an accident. These reports will contain basic accident details such as insurance information, driver’s license numbers, and vehicle plate numbers, a description of injuries sustained in the crash, a description of vehicle damage and personal property damage, witness statements and contact details, statements from all parties involved in the crash, and road and weather conditions.

A portion of the report is also dedicated to the responding patrol officer’s accident investigation findings in which the officer details how and why the accident took place and which party they believed was negligent.

Other information in a crash report includes:

  • A diagram of the accident including the collision point, paths, and location of each vehicle
  • Time, date, and location of the accident
  • Actions of police officers
  • Names and contact details of all parties involved
  • Any citations issued or arrests made

Who Can Get an Unredacted Traffic Report?

Eligible persons who can obtain a copy of a crash report include all parties involved in the accident, the legal guardian or parent of a minor, registered vehicle owners, insurance companies, accident attorneys, personal representatives, and law enforcement agencies.

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

If you were involved in an auto accident and sustained injuries you might be eligible to pursue compensation for the cost of all accident-related expenses, such as past and future medical expenses and lost wages from work.

Obtaining a copy of your crash report can help strengthen your claim since it contains important information regarding how and why the accident took place and which driver the police officer believed was negligent. Other helpful information includes a description of your injuries and a description of any vehicle damage, witness statements, statements made by all parties involved in the crash, any citations issued or arrests made, and more.

A personal injury attorney can use this information to effectively negotiate with the other driver’s insurance company for the settlement you deserve.

How Can I Get My Police Crash Report Online?

At AccidentReports.com, you can take advantage of our innovative crash report information center to obtain a copy of your California accident report as soon as it’s available. We’ve made it our mission to help accident victims obtain a copy of this important legal document for their records quickly, and from the comfort of their homes. To begin your search, fill out the form on this page and submit your accident information to get assistance.

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