A Smarter Way to Obtain Your Lubbock Crash reports Online

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Lubbock, TX, Accident reports - Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Obtain a Copy of My Lubbock county Traffic report?

You can get a copy of your Lubbock police report at AccidentReports.com, or you can go through the Lubbock Police Department. The Lubbock Police Department offers two ways to obtain a copy of your report. Unfortunately, they do not allow email requests at this time.


You can visit the Lubbock Police Department in person and fill out a Records Request Form to obtain a copy of your traffic report. 

The Lubbock Police Department is located at:

916 Texas Ave
Lubbock, TX

Record Request By Mail

You can send a written request to obtain a copy of your report by mail. Include a self-addressed, stamped envelope, your current address, and payment.

Mail your request to:

City of Lubbock Attn: Open Records Officer

P.O. Box 2000
Lubbock, TX

When Will My Incident report Be Available?

You can expect your car crash report to be available five to seven days after the date of the accident. However, if it was a fatal crash, a personal injury, or a crime was involved, there may be an ongoing automobile accident investigation, which means your police report may be unavailable for several weeks or months.

How Much Do Lubbock county Accident reports Cost?

A Lubbock traffic report will cost $10. Accepted forms of payment include credit card, personal check, money order, or debit card. 

What Information is in a Traffic collision Report?

  • The name and contact information for all parties involved including phone number, email address, and mailing address 
  • The police officer’s opinion regarding who they believe was negligent for the car collision 
  • Accident type, such as afternoon crash, 3-vehicle crash, officer-involved crash, deadly crash, motorcycle crash, truck accident, etc. 
  • Insurance policy information 
  • A diagram of the auto accident scene 
  • Witness statements and contact information 
  • License plate numbers/vehicle identification number 
  • Drivers license numbers 
  • Any arrests made (DUI, DWI, etc.)
  • Any traffic citations issued (speeding, failure to yield, failure to wear a seatbelt, etc.) 
  • Description of bodily injuries sustained in the motor vehicle accident 
  • Description of vehicle damage/property damage 
  • Name of reporting law enforcement agency
  • Actions of police officers

Who Can Get an Unredacted Crash report?

  • All parties involved in the accident 
  • The parent or legal guardian of a minor involved in the motor vehicle crash 
  • Vehicle owner 
  • Accident attorney 
  • Insurance carrier 
  • Law enforcement officers 

Why Can't I Locate My Motor vehicle collision Report?

If you cannot locate your traffic collision report from the Lubbock Police Department, it’s possible that your report was filed with a different law enforcement agency. 

Contact other local law enforcement agencies to locate your report:

  • Hale County Sheriff’s Office 
  • Castro County Sheriff’s Office 
  • Bailey County Sheriff’s Office 
  • Curry County Sheriff’s Office 
  • Lamb County Sheriff’s Office 
  • Parmer County Sheriff’s Office 
  • Swisher County Sheriff’s Office 

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

If you were involved in a motor vehicle crash and sustained injuries or property damage, you may be eligible to pursue compensation in an auto insurance injury claim or personal injury lawsuit. To be eligible to receive compensation for pain and suffering, medical bills, and other damages, you must prove the other driver was negligent, and that you sustained injuries or property damage due to the negligent actions of the other driver. 

Pursuing Compensation By Filing an Insurance claim

A car crash report can help strengthen your insurance claim, thanks to information, such as:

  • The responding police officer’s opinion regarding who was negligent in the auto accident, any citations that were issued
  • Witness statements
  • A diagram of the auto accident scene
  • A description of any type of personal injury you sustained in the automobile accident 
  • A description of vehicle damage/property damage
  • Accident type (head-on collision, rollover accident, multi-vehicle collision, truck accident, scooter, accident, pedestrian accident, et.) 
  • Any arrests made or citations issued (Speeding, failure to wear a seatbelt, failure to use signal, DUI, DWI, etc.). 

An experienced personal injury lawyer can use a detailed police report to negotiate a fair settlement from an insurance company to help an auto accident victim receive the compensation they deserve to cover the cost of medical treatment, lost wages, and more. 

Incident reports are not admissible in court. While your personal injury attorney cannot use a crash report as evidence when filing a personal injury lawsuit, they can use the information in the police report during an investigation to build a stronger case. For example, if the other driver was arrested for a DUI or DWI, or they received a citation for speeding, your attorney can use this information as a foundation for their defense, exploring the other motorist’s criminal charges, speaking with the police officer that issued the traffic citation or made the arrest. 

They can also obtain names of witnesses listed in the traffic report and contact them to ask questions regarding the collision and the events that transpired. 

How Can I Get My Police Crash report Online?

If you don’t have time to wait for your report to arrive in the mail and your injuries are preventing you from picking up your report in person, AccidentReports.com can help. Use our extensive crash report information center to get a copy of your Texas collision report as soon as it’s available. Getting a copy of your traffic police report has never been easier. Start your search now by filling out the form on this page and submitting your accident information to get assistance. 

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