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Using our crash report information center, you can locate a copy of your report as soon as it’s available. We offer a hassle-free way to get your report when you need it the most. To get started, fill out the form on this page and submit your accident information to get assistance.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Get a Copy of My Orange County Crash Report in Orlando, FL?

You can obtain a copy of your Orlando police report by filling out the form on this page and performing a search at can also obtain a copy of your accident police report from FDOT using the Florida Crash Portal, or you can go through the Orlando Police Department.

Online Portal/Florida Crash Portal

You can visit the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Crash Records website and fill out the online records request form to obtain a copy of your accident police report online. You will need to provide information concerning the crash, such as the time, date, and location of the accident, as well as the report number, your full name, and contact information, including your email address. Online requests for FDOT State Safety Office Crash Records are processed in the order they are received which means you may not receive your copy for a period of fourteen business days. To use the online portal to receive your Florida Department of Highways Safety and Motor Vehicles Crash Records, you must pay an extra $2.00 convenience fee, in addition to the standard fee. Forms of accepted payment include credit card and debit card. You should receive a confirmation email after your order has been processed for this online service.


You can request a copy of your Orange County traffic accident report in person at the Orlando Police Department. You must fill out a public records request form and pay the appropriate fee. The Orlando Police Department is located at: 1250 W South St.Orlando, FL 32805Contact the Orlando Police Department prior to picking up a copy of your accident police report to ensure it’s available. Phone (321) 235-5300

By Mail

You can send a written request to the Orlando Police Department to receive your Orange County police accident report by mail. You must also include the appropriate fee. Mail your written request to:Orlando Police Department1250 W South St.Orlando, FL 32805

How Much Do Police Accident Reports Cost?

Orlando and St. Petersburg accident reports are $10 per copy. For Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Crash Records, you must pay an additional $2 for the convenience fee. Accepted forms of payment include personal checks, business checks, and money orders.

When Will My Police Accident Report Be Available?

You must wait 10 business days before you request a copy of your Orange County incident report. Each report must go through a review process before it’s made available to the public. This means you may not receive your police accident report for a period of 20 to 30 days. If the accident involved a fatality, a crash with injuries, a non-violent crime, hit and run, or another crime, it may take several months before your report is available.

Why Can't I Find My Accident Report?

If you want to obtain your report from the local police agency instead of FDOT, but you cannot locate your report at the Orlando Police Department, your accident may have taken place outside of the OPD’s jurisdiction. The Orange County Sheriff’s Office handles accidents that take place on highways and rural areas. Contact the Orange County Sheriff’s Office for more information. Orange County Sheriff’s Office Phone: (714) 647-7000Orange County Sheriff’s Office Location:550 N Flower St.Santa Ana, CA92703

Why Do I Need a Copy of My Orange County Collision Report?

If you were injured in an auto accident you can file a personal injury claim to hold the other driver liable for your injuries, lost wages from work, damaged vehicle, and other losses. Even if you sustained only minor injuries, you may still qualify for compensation. An Orange County accident report includes important information such as the responding Law Enforcement Officer’s opinion regarding who they believe was at fault for the accident. An experienced personal injury lawyer can use the information found in a police accident report to help strengthen a claim against an insurance company, to hold the negligent driver responsible for the harm they have caused.

What’s the Fastest Way to Obtain My Orange County Traffic Crash Report?

If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident you must obtain a copy of your Florida accident report as soon as possible. At, we know how important it is for accident victims to obtain their reports for insurance purposes, which is why we’ve created this crash report information center that allows people to search for accident reports from every law enforcement agency in the state. Now, accident victims can instantly search and obtain a copy of their Orange County traffic crash report in Florida, as soon as it’s available. Start your search now. Fill Out the Form on this Page to Begin Your Online Accident Report Search

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