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Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Obtain Copies of Police reports in Texas?

You can get a copy of your El Paso police report at AccidentReports.com, or you can go through the El Paso Police Department. The El Paso Police Department offers two ways to get copies of police reports.


Visit the El Paso Police Department and fill out a Records Request Form to obtain a copy of your police accident report.

The El Paso Police Department is located at:

El Paso Police Dept. Records Division
911N. Raynor St.
El Paso, TX

By Mail

Send a written request to the police officials at the El Paso Police Department for your police accident report and include a stamped self-addressed envelope, and mail your request to:


El Paso Police Dept. Records Division

ATTN: Traffic Report Request
911N. Raynor St.
El Paso, TX

How Much Do Accident reports Cost?

Accident reports are $6 per copy. Accepted forms of payment for in-person requests include personal and business checks, money orders, or cash. Cash payments are not allowed for mail-in requests. 

Make checks payable to the City of El Paso.

When Will My Traffic collision Report Be Available?

Certified copies are typically available within ten business days. If the accident involved a fatality, crime, or significant property damage, your report may be unavailable for several weeks or months.

What Information is in an Incident report?

  • Names and contact information of all parties involved 
  • A diagram of the auto accident scene 
  • The police officer’s opinion concerning who they believe was responsible for the traffic collision
  • Insurance policy information
  • Driver’s license numbers 
  • License plate numbers/vehicle identification number  
  • Witness contact information and statements 
  • Description of motor vehicle damage/property damage 
  • Description of personal injury sustained by each party involved in the collision 
  • Citations issued for violating traffic laws and any arrests made (DUI, DWI, reckless driving, speeding, not wearing a seatbelt)
  • Anything that could have contributed to the automobile accident, such as road construction or road debris, an animal on the road, etc. 
  • Contact information for police officials, the reporting law enforcement agency, the name and badge number of the responding police officer 
  • Accident type, such as multi crash, fatal multi-vehicle crash, individual crash, head-on collision, semi-truck crash, motorcycle accident, scooter, Uber collision, etc. 

Who Can Get an Unredacted Motor vehicle collision Report?

  • All parties involved in the accident 
  • The parent or legal guardian of a minor involved in the motor vehicle crash 
  • Personal injury attorney 
  • Law enforcement agencies
  • Insurance company 
  • Owner of vehicle 

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

If you suffered injuries in a motor vehicle accident that was not your fault, an accident attorney can help you pursue compensation in the form of an auto insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit to help cover the cost of medical bills and other damages. However, you must prove that the other driver was negligent. A crash report contains information that an experienced personal injury attorney can use to strengthen your claim. 

What Information is in a Crash report that Can Strengthen My Insurance claim?

This vital information includes:

  • The reporting law enforcement officer’s statement regarding how the accident occurred and who they believe was at fault.
  • A description of life-threatening injuries 
  • A description of property damage/vehicle damage
  • A diagram of the accident 
  • Witness statements

Working With a Personal injury attorney -Attorney-client relationship

A personal injury lawyer will also use information such as any citations issued, and any statements made by the other driver, during injury claim settlement negotiations with the insurance company, to help you receive compensation for pain and suffering, personal injury, lost wages, and more. 

Request a Copy of Your Accident report from El paso, TX

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