Payson Accident Reports

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At, our goal is to make life easier for the accident victim. We’ve created an extensive crash report information center that allows accident victims to search for their crash reports online. Now, you can obtain a copy of Gila County police report, as soon as it’s available. To get started, fill out the form on this page and submit your accident information.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Obtain a Copy of My Gila County Payson Police Collision Report?

You can get a copy of your traffic report at, or you can obtain a copy through a local law enforcement agency. The Payson Police Department offers two ways to obtain a copy of your Payson accident report.


Visit the Gila County Payson Police Department and fill out the Public Records Request Form. The Gila County Police Department is located at:303 N Beeline Hwy # B Payson, AZ85541
Open: Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Phone: (928) 474-5177

By Mail

Fill out the online Gila County Public Records Request Form found on the Police Department’s website and mail it to: 303 N Beeline Hwy # BPayson, AZ85541

How Much Does an Accident Report Cost?

The fee for Payson and Sedona police reports is $15.00 for up to twenty pages. There is a $0.25 additional fee per page for crash reports over twenty pages. For mail-in requests, you can pay by money order or personal check, made payable to the Town of Payson. For in-person requests, you can pay by credit card or cash only.

When Will My Collision Report Be Available?

Filing accident reports takes place as soon as possible after the accident occurred. Typically, a crash report will be available seven to ten business days after the date of the accident, unless there is an open criminal investigation or the accident involved serious injuries or a fatality.

What Information is in a Crash Report?

  • The contact details of all parties involved
  • The police officer’s opinion regarding which driver they believed was negligent
  • Anything that may have contributed to the crash, such as traffic delays or a reckless driver
  • Vehicle plate numbers
  • Driver’s license numbers
  • Insurance information
  • Traffic violations
  • Diagram of the crash site
  • A description of bodily injuries, vehicle damage, or property damage
  • Accident type, such as multi-vehicle accident, fatal traffic collision, auto-pedestrian accident, etc.

What Other Services are Available from the Payson City Police Department?

The police department can provide copies of the following reports and records:

  • Criminal history reports and standard criminal reports
  • Gila County arrest records and arrest report
  • Crime law enforcement reports including crime statistics
  • Crime law enforcement arrests
  • Inmate records

The Gila County Sheriff’s Office serves as the central repository for Gila county criminal records and public records outside of the Payson PD’s jurisdiction.The Gila County Sheriff’s Office is located at:Gila County Sheriff’s Office1425 E South St.Globe, AZ85501Phone: (928) 425-4449

Where Can I Obtain Copies of Gila County Vital Records?

The Gila County Office of Vital Records maintains and issues copies of vital records, including:

  • Gila County birth records
  • Gila County divorce records
  • Death records, death certificates, and inquiries on death records.

Why Do I Need to Obtain My Accident Report?

When you’re involved in a tragic accident you need evidence to file a successful claim with an insurance company or file a civil personal injury lawsuit. In order to pursue a fault-based claim, you need evidence that the other driver should be held liable for the accident. AZ accident reports contain vital evidence that can put you in the best position to obtain the compensation you deserve for your medical bills, damaged vehicle, and other losses. The police officer who responds to the scene of the accident will fill out this important document and include details and facts that can help prove the other party is at fault.But how do you get a copy of your Gila County collision report? In most cases, you’ll have to drive to the police department that filed your accident report, or mail in a Public Records Request Form and wait for several days or weeks for your report to arrive in the mail. If you’re out of work and struggling to make ends meet due to the injuries you sustained in the accident, you don’t have time to waste.

How Do I Get a Copy of My Payson City Crash Report Online?

If you don’t have time to wait for your crash report to arrive in the mail and you can’t travel to the Payson City Police Department in person, offers the perfect solution. Now, you can search our collision report information center and obtain a copy of your Payson accident report once it’s available. Search for your Arizona incident report now.

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