A Simple Way to Get Your Traffic Police Report Online

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Obtain a Copy of My Potter County Traffic Report?

You can get a copy of your Amarillo police report at AccidentReports.com, or you can go through the Amarillo Police Department. The Amarillo Police Department offers two ways to obtain a copy of your traffic report. Unfortunately, the Amarillo Police Department doesn’t offer online requests or email requests at this time.

Request In-Person

To request in person, you can visit the Amarillo Police Department and fill out an agency form to obtain a copy of your report. The Amarillo Police Department is located at:200 SE 3rd St.Amarillo, Texas79101Contact the police department by phone before picking up your report to ensure it’s available. Service Division of the Amarillo Police Department: (806) 378-6169 Open Records Clerk: (806) 378-3579.

Crash Data Request Paperwork By Mail

For mail requests, you can download an agency form from the department’s website and request paperwork from the Amarillo Police Department.Mail your written request to:Attn: Open Records, 200 SE 3rd StAmarillo, Texas79101

When Will My Amarillo Police Records Report Be Available?

It can take up to forty-five business days or longer before your collision report is available from the Amarillo Police Department. If the accident involved violent crimes, property crimes, or a fatality, the report may be unavailable for several weeks or months.

How Much Do Amarillo Police Records Reports Cost?

Accident reports are $8 per copy.

What Information is in an Amarillo Police Records Collision Report?

  • The names and contact information for every party involved
  • The reporting law enforcement officer’s statement regarding how, why, and where the accident occurred and which driver they believe was responsible for the collision
  • A diagram of the accident scene
  • Insurance policy information
  • Witness statements and contact information
  • A description of property damage/vehicle damage
  • A description of bodily injuries sustained in the collision
  • Event details including road and weather conditions
  • Details on crime, including traffic law violations
  • Identity of victims
  • Accident type, such as single-vehicle crash, rollover, etc
  • Actions of police officer

When Will My Crash Report Police Record Be Available?

In most cases, a traffic report will be available in seven to ten business days, unless there is an active police investigation. Reports that involve a fatal accident, personal injuries, a crime, or significant property damage may be unavailable for several weeks or months.

What if I Can't Locate My Crash Report?

If the Amarillo Police Department did not file your report, your accident may have taken place outside of their jurisdiction. Contact the following law enforcement agencies to learn more:

  • Harris County Sheriff’s Office to learn more.
  • Harris County Sheriff’s Office phone: (713) 221-6000

  • Franklin Police Department
  • Franklin Police Department phone: (979) 828-3444

    Who Can Get an Unredacted Traffic Report?

    • The parent or legal guardian of a minor involved in the collision
    • All parties involved in the crash
    • Vehicle owner
    • Insurance company/insurance agent
    • Legal representative
    • Personal representative of any party involved in the crash
    • Law enforcement agencies

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

    If you were involved in a serious automobile accident and sustained injuries and/or vehicle damage, you may be eligible to pursue compensation for all accident-related damages, such as medical bills, pain and suffering, vehicle damage, and more. The information in a crash report, such as the law enforcement officer’s opinion regarding who they believe was at fault for the accident, a diagram of the accident scene, witness statements, description of personal injuries, description of vehicle damage/property damage and other accident details, can be used to help strengthen an insurance claim. An injury lawyer can use this document to help negotiate a fair settlement from the insurance company that can cover the costs of your accident-related damages.

    How Can I Get My Police Crash Report Online?

    If you were injured in a motor vehicle crash, you need to obtain a copy of your Texas accident report as soon as possible, however, if you’re recovering from your injuries you may not be physically able to pick up your crash report in person. Additionally, if you’re out of work because of these injuries and your medical bills are starting to pile up, you may not have time to wait for the document to arrive in the mail. At AccidentReports.com, we offer a simple, easy way to get a copy of your Amarillo crash report online, from the comfort of your home, as soon as it’s available. Get started on your search now by filling out the form on this page and submitting your accident information to get assistance.
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