Peoria Accident Reports

The Fastest Way to Get Your Accident Report

At, you can take advantage of our intuitive crash report information center and search for your traffic 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 Can I Get a Copy of My Crash Report?

The Peoria Police Department offers two ways to get your accident report.

In Person

The Peoria Police Department Records Section is responsible for maintaining and distributing accident reports produced by police officers at the Peoria Police Department. You can print off the Records Request Form found on the department’s website and bring it to: Peoria Police Department Records Unit8351 W. Cinnabar AvePeoria, AZ 85345Payment is due at the time of pickup. The facility accepts debit card payments only.
Open: Monday thru Thursday 7 am to 6 pm
Phone: (623) 773-7098

By Mail

The other option is to fill out the Records Request Form and mail it, along with a fee, to:8351 W. Cinnabar AvePeoria, AZ 85345Payment can be made by money order or check, made payable to the City of Peoria. The police department does not send documents via email or fax.

What is a Traffic Accident Report?

At the scene of the accident, the responding police officer will fill out a Peoria accident report form that includes important information regarding the accident, such as a description of the damage done to all vehicles involved, the names of both drivers, the time, date, and location of the accident, and the officer’s opinion regarding who they believe is at fault for the accident. Once you’re finished speaking with the police officer, you’ll receive an information exchange sheet, which includes a report number. You’ll use the report number the police officer gave you to order a copy of your report from the Peoria Police Department.

How Much Do Peoria Police Records Cost?

Peoria or Tempe police reports will cost $8.00 for the first ten pages, with $0.15 for each additional page.

What Other Documents are Available at the Peoria Police Department?

You can fill out a Records Request Form for separate police reports or copies of:

  • Criminal record reports
  • Jail records
  • Local crime report
  • Crime map

Reports that involve domestic violence, theft, or assault may not be immediately available if there is an active investigation. For more information, you can contact the police non-emergency number at:(623) 773-8311Or you can visit the department’s website and submit your email address if you have a question.

Why Do I Need to Obtain My Traffic Report?

If you were involved in an automobile accident, a Peoria police report can be essential to the success of your case. These reports provide information you may have forgotten. Because a crash report is filled out by a law enforcement officer, it also includes an impartial account of the events that took place. These reports are often used as evidence in insurance claims or personal injury lawsuits.Because the document contains important information that can help you receive the compensation you deserve for your injuries and other damages if you file an insurance claim or lawsuit, you need to get a copy of your report as soon as possible.

Can I Get a Copy of My Police Report Online?

Yes. At, our easy-to-use crash report information center allows you to search for your report and obtain a copy as soon as it’s available. If you were involved in an auto accident, getting a copy of your AZ crash report online has never been faster or easier. Take advantage of our crash report help center today and start your search now.

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