A Secure and Faster Way to Instantly Get Your Collision Report in Georgia

At AccidentReports.com, you can use our collision report information center and search for a copy of your report as soon as it’s available. We’ve made it our mission to help accident victims get their crash reports as soon as possible, from the comfort of their own homes.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Obtain a Copy of My Traffic Accident Report in Georgia?

You can obtain a copy of your report at AccidentReports.com or you can obtain a copy of your Augusta police report from the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office in a couple of ways.


Traffic accident reports can be picked up from the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office in person. You will need to fill out a Records Request Form and pay the appropriate fee at the time of pick up.The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office is located at:400 Walton WayAugusta, GA 30901Contact the sheriff’s office prior to picking up your report to ensure it’s available. Phone: 706-821-1000

By Mail

Send a written request to:ATTN: Records Unit 400 Walton WayAugusta, GA 30901Include a self-addressed stamped envelope and your contact information, including your email address. You must also include the appropriate payment with your request.

When Will My Accident Report Be Available?

Collision reports are generally available three to five days after the collision. If it was a fatal accident or it involved a car-pedestrian crash, personal injury, multi-vehicle crash, property damage, or a crime, it may take several weeks or months before your report is available.

How Much Does a Traffic Accident Report Cost?

Augusta and Columbus accident reports are $11.00 for the first ten pages and ten cents per page for reports exceeding ten pages.

What Information is in a Crash Report?

In an accident report, you’ll find the following information:

  • Date and time of the occurrence
  • Contact information for all parties involved
  • License plate and VINs
  • Driver’s license numbers
  • Witness contact information
  • A diagram of the accident scene
  • Crash location
  • A description of personal injuries and/or property damage
  • Insurance information
  • A crash narrative that describes the events that led up to the accident and which party the responding law enforcement officer believes was responsible for the collision.

Why Can't I Locate My Crash Report?

If you are unable to locate your crash report from the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office, you can contact other local law enforcement agencies, including:

  • Carver County Sheriff’s Office
  • Grant County Sheriff’s Office
  • Dallas County Sheriff’s Office

How Can A Collision Report Help My Insurance Claim?

If you were involved in an accident that was not your fault, an accident report can help strengthen your claim. The crash narrative includes a written statement by the responding law enforcement officer that details how, when, and where the accident occurred and who the police officer believes was at fault. It also includes a description of injuries, vehicle damage, and property damage. In many cases, a crash report can be valuable to accident victims who plan to pursue compensation in an auto insurance claim since it contains the unbiased opinion of the police officer regarding who they believe was negligent.

How Can I Get My Crash Report Faster?

Take advantage of the crash report information center available at AccidentReports.com. This accident report support center allows you to search for your report from law enforcement agencies all over the state. Now, obtaining your Georgia accident report has never been simpler. For a hassle-free way to get a copy of your traffic report, start your search now.
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