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Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Obtain a Copy of My Traffic Report?

You can get a copy of your Fontana police report at, or you can go through the Fontana Police Department.The Fontana Police Department offers two ways to get your police records report.

Obtain Public Records In-Person

You can visit the Fontana Police Department in person and fill out a Public Records Request form. You must provide a copy of your photo ID and pay for the report at the time of pick up. The Fontana Police Department is located at:Fontana Police Records Unit 8353 Sierra AvenueFontana, CA92335Contact the department before you pick up your report, to ensure it’s available. Phone: (909) 350-7600Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Request for Record By Mail

To request a public police records search for your traffic report, visit the Fontana Police Department website to print out their online Records Request form. Fill out the form and mail it to:ATTN: Records Request 8353 Sierra AvenueFontana, CA92335For a Fontana Police records search by mail, you must include payment, a copy of your photo ID, and a self-addressed, stamped envelope.

When Will My Traffic Investigation Report Be Available?

It can take two to three weeks to receive your report. The report process can take longer if the accident involved a fatality, crime, or personal injuries.

How Much Do San Bernardino County Accident Reports Cost?

A Fontana accident report is $18 per copy. Accepted forms of payment include credit cards such as Visa, Mastercard, or Discover, as well as personal checks, and money orders, which must be made out to the Fontana Police Department.

Where Can I Obtain Civil Records in San Bernardino County?

You can contact the California Department of Public Health by phone, online, or request records in person. The following types of vital records are available in San Bernardino County:

  • Divorce records
  • Family records
  • Marriage records
  • Probate records
  • Death records
  • Other certificates of record.

Eligible persons must provide a valid photo ID in person or a copy of their government-issued ID by mail. Phone: (916) 445-2684.

What Information is in a Collision Report?

  • The names and contact details of all parties involved in the motor vehicle wreck
  • The responding law enforcement officer’s opinion regarding which party involved was at fault for the auto accident
  • Insurance information
  • Road and weather conditions
  • Any citations issued for traffic law violations
  • Any arrests made
  • A diagram of the crash site
  • Witness statements and contact details
  • License plate numbers/VINs
  • Driver’s license numbers
  • A description of bodily injuries sustained in the auto accident
  • A description of property damage and vehicle damage

Who Can Get an Unredacted San Bernardino County Traffic Report?

Eligible persons include:

  • All parties involved in the auto collision
  • Vehicle owner
  • Insurance company or insurance adjuster
  • Personal injury lawyer
  • The parent or guardian of a minor involved in the auto accident
  • Law enforcement officers

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

If you were involved in an auto accident that was not your fault, you may be pursuing compensation by filing a personal injury lawsuit or an auto accident claim. The information found in a Fontana accident report can help your attorney prove liability. This information includes:

  • A description of the injuries you sustained in the accident
  • A description of vehicle damage or personal property damage, such as a laptop or cell phone.
  • Weather and road conditions
  • Accident details concerning other contributing factors, such as potholes, debris on the road, and missing or broken traffic lights or traffic signs
  • The responding police officer’s opinion regarding how the accident occurred and which party was at fault for the collision

An experienced personal injury accident attorney can use this information to strengthen your claim. During settlement negotiations with the other driver’s insurance adjuster, your attorney can submit this document as evidence to prove the other driver should be held accountable for the harm they have caused.

How Can I Get My Police Crash Report Online?

At, you can search our extensive crash report information center to obtain a copy of your California accident report as soon as possible. Our team knows how crucial it is for you to obtain your online police report if you’re pursuing compensation for accident-related damages, which is why we have made it easy to search for and locate a copy of your traffic report, the minute it’s available. Start your search Now by filling out the form on this page and submitting your accident information to get assistance.
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