Perris Accident Reports

A Simple Way to Obtain a Copy of Your Perris Crash Report Online

At, you can search our extensive crash report data center to obtain a copy of your traffic accident report as soon as it’s available. To start your search, fill out the form on this page and submit your accident information.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Obtain a Copy of My Traffic Accident Report

You can get a copy of your Perris police report at, or you can go through the Riverside Sheriff’s Office, Perris Station.The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Perris Station offers two ways to request your copy.

Public Record Request In-Person

You can visit the Perris Station in person and fill out a Records Release Form to obtain a copy of your crash report. The station is located at: 137 N. Perris Blvd Suite APerris, CA92570. Contact the department before you visit to ensure your Perris police records are available.
Phone: 951-210-1000
Business Hours: Monday to Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.

Public Records Request By Mail

To obtain copies of your Perris police records, you can send a written request to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office. You must include a self-addressed, stamped envelope, accident details, such as the date and location of the accident, a copy of your valid driver’s license, and the crash report fee. Mail your request to:137 N. Perris Blvd Suite APerris, CA92570

How Much Do Accident Reports Cost?

Riverside County Sheriff’s Office, Perris Station accident reports are $5 to $25 per copy.

What Information is in a Collision Report?

Accident reports contain detailed information regarding an accident and how it took place.These reports typically include:

  • Contact information for all parties involved
  • A diagram of the accident scene
  • Driver’s license numbers
  • License plate numbers
  • Details on crimes, if a crime was committed
  • Insurance information
  • A description of bodily injuries
  • Vehicle damage
  • Actions of police officers

Some reports will also include any citations issued for the violation of traffic laws or any arrests made. The accident investigation summary details the cause of the accident, such as a drunk driver, reckless driver, inclement weather, etc. The accident summary will also cover which driver the Sheriff’s Deputy believed was negligent.

What Other Services Does the Riverside County Sheriff's Department Offer?

  • Criminal records
  • Criminal history records checks
  • Crime prevention programs
  • Investigation reports
  • Booking reports
  • Background checks

    When Will My Traffic Accident Report Be Available?

    If you were involved in a simple accident, your Perris Police Department traffic accident report would be available within seven business days. However, if the accident involved a crime or fatality, the reporting process will take significantly longer. In fact, your report would be unavailable until the police investigation concluded. If you have not received your crash report within fifteen days after you have requested a copy, contact the Traffic Enforcement Team to learn the status of your report.

    Who Can Get an Unredacted Traffic Report?

    Eligible persons that can receive an unredacted copy of Perris police records include all parties involved in the accident, the parent or legal guardian of a minor, vehicle owners, insurance companies, personal injury lawyers, and law enforcement agencies.What Cities Does the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Perris Station Serve?

    • Calimesa
    • Canyon Lake
    • Coachella
    • Eastvale
    • Indian Wells
    • Jurupa Valley
    • La Quinta
    • Lake Elsinore
    • Moreno Valley
    • Mead Valley
    • Norco
    • Palm Desert
    • Perris
    • Rancho Mirage
    • San Jacinto
    • Temecula
    • Wildomar
    • Agua Caliente Tribal Nation
    • Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
    • Augustine Tribal Nation
    • Cabazon Band of Mission Indians
    • Colorado Indian Tribal Nation
    • De Luz Community Services District
    • Morongo Indian Reservation
    • Mt. San Jacinto College
    • Pechanga Tribal Nation
    • Riverside County Regional Medical Center
    • Santa Rosa Tribal Nation
    • Soboba Tribal Nation
    • Southern Coachella Valley Community Services District
    • Torres Martinez Tribal Nation
    • Twenty-Nine Palms Tribal Nation

      Why Do I Need to Get a Copy of My Online Police Report?

      If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident in California that was not your fault you may be entitled to compensation that can cover all accident-related costs. A Perris crash report will contain information that may help prove the other driver was negligent. This information can include the Sheriff Deputy’s accident investigation summary detailing how and why the accident took place and which driver was negligent, a diagram of the accident scene, a description of the injuries you sustained, a description of the damage to your vehicle, and any factors that may have contributed to the accident such as inclement weather or poor road conditions. An experienced personal injury attorney will use the information in a report to strengthen your claim and negotiate a fair settlement with the other driver’s insurance company.

      How Can I Get My Police Crash Report Online?

      At, you can take advantage of our comprehensive crash report information center for your Perris Police records search. Using our information center makes obtaining your copy fast, simple, and hassle-free. Begin your search now, by filling out the form on this page and submitting your accident information to get assistance with locating your CA crash report.

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