The Best Way to Get Your Texas Crash report

At, you can search our comprehensive accident report data center to locate a copy of your crash report online, the moment it’s available. Searching is simple, secure, and fast. To begin your search now, fill out the form on this page and submit your accident information.

Texas Accident reports Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Secure a Copy of My Texas Traffic accident Report?

You can get a copy of your Pasadena police report at, or you can go through the Pasadena Police Department.

The Pasadena Police Department offers four ways to request a copy of records.


You can obtain a copy of your criminal records or traffic accident report in person at the Pasadena Police Department Records Division. You must fill out a Records Request Form, pay the accident report fee, and show your valid photo ID.

The PPD Records Division is located at:

1201 Davis St.
Pasadena, TX

Records Division Business Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4 pm

Pasadena Public records By Fax or Third-Party Website 

Call the Pasadena Police Department Service Desk to learn how to get your open records crash doc by fax or through third-party websites. 

Request Police reports By Mail

Send a written Pasadena public records petition to the PPD. You must include the following accident details:

  • Type of incident
  • Date and location of the incident
  • Your name, date of birth, and driver’s license number
  • Accident report number (if available)

Mail your request to:

ATTN: Public Records

1201 Davis St.
Pasadena, TX

How Much Do Criminal Offense Reports & Accident report Copies Cost?

A Pasadena Police Department Accident report is $6 per copy.

When Will My Police Collision Records Be Available?

This can depend on the severity of the accident. City police will conduct an investigation, gathering as much information as possible to identify which party was at fault and violated the other driver’s safety. Accident records that involve simple collisions are often available within seven business days. Collisions that involve crimes, significant property damage, or a fatality, may be unavailable until the investigation has concluded.

What Information is in Collision Records?

The following information is found in an official traffic collision report: 

  • Contact information for all parties involved in the motor vehicle crash, including their full names and contact details, as well as any witnesses.
  • The reporting law enforcement officer’s assessment of who was at fault and how and why the accident occurred.
  • A diagram depicting the crash site, including details such as vehicle positions, road markings, and other pertinent information.
  • Information on insurance policies held by all drivers involved in the accident.
  • Driver’s license numbers and license plate numbers/vehicle identification numbers for all drivers involved.
  • Description of personal injuries sustained in the crash, including any medical treatment required, hospitalization, and follow-up care.
  • Description of vehicle and property damage incurred during the accident, including cost estimates and photographs.
  • Statements provided by witnesses and their contact information, including those that may support or contradict the law enforcement officer’s findings.
  • Citations issued or arrests made, including violations such as speeding, reckless driving, DUI, DWI, failure to yield, etc.
  • Details on road and weather conditions at the time of the accident, as well as any other factors that may have contributed to the crash, such as road debris, pedestrians, bicyclists, motorcycles, trucks, or broken traffic signals or signs.
  • Actions taken by the police officers in response to the accident.
  • The type of accident that occurred, such as a scooter, Uber, truck, motorcycle, head-on collision, rear-end accident, rollover collision, scooter, or pedestrian incident.

Who Can Get Unredacted Reports of Traffic accidents?

  • Drivers and passengers involved in the collision
  • The parent or legal guardian of a minor
  • Registered vehicle owner
  • Insurance companies
  • Accident attorneys

Why Do I Need to Get Copies of Collision Police reports?

In the event that you are injured in a car accident, you may have the right to seek compensation. This can be achieved through working with a personal injury lawyer and pursuing either an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit.

Working With a Personal injury attorney 

The accident report, which includes details such as the responding police officer’s opinion on who was at fault, a description of any injuries sustained, damage to your vehicle, witness statements, and any citations issued for traffic violations, can be used as evidence to support your claim. By leveraging this information, a skilled personal injury lawyer can help you negotiate a fair settlement that covers the cost of your damages.

DUI/DWI/Other Crimes 

In cases where the other driver has been arrested for a DUI, DWI, or other criminal charges, it is still necessary to pursue compensation by filing an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit. Although the criminal case will be separate from your civil case, a personal injury attorney can use the information in your accident report, along with other legal documentation, to help you seek fair compensation for your pain and suffering, lost wages, vehicle damage, and other losses.

How Can I Get My Police Crash Doc Faster?

At, we’ve created a collision report information center that allows you to search for a copy of your TX crash report online, as soon as your report is available. Searching for accident records is fast and simple. Start your search now by filling out the form on this page and submitting your accident information to get assistance.

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