Apache County Accident Reports

How AccidentReports.com Can Help

If you were involved in an accident, you need to obtain your crash report as soon as possible. But getting a copy of a collision report isn’t always easy. If you’re not able to drive to the Apache County Sheriff’s Office in person or wait for it to arrive in the mail, you can take advantage of the crash report support center at AccidentReports.com. To get started, fill out the form on this page, and submit your accident information to get assistance.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Obtain a Copy of My Collision Report from the Apache County Sheriff’s Office?

You can get a copy of your police report at AccidentReports.com, or you can go through the Apache County Sheriff’s Department.The Apache County Sheriff’s Department offers two ways to obtain a copy of your Apache County accident report.

In-Person Request for Records

Visit the Apache County Sheriff’s Office located at: Apache County Sheriff’s Office370 South WashingtonSt Johns, AZ85936.
Office Hours: Monday through Thursday, 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
When you visit the department in person, you’ll fill out the official Records Request Form to obtain your crash report. Public Record Requests will require as much information about the accident as possible, such as your full name, the name of the officers who responded to the scene of the accident, date, time, and location of the accident, your mailing address, and your email address.

Mail-In Requests

Visit the Apache County Sheriff’s Office Records Department and fill out the online Public Records Request Form. To send a request via mail, include a self-addressed, stamped envelope, the request form, and the accident report fee, and mail it to: Apache County Sheriff’s Office P.O. Box 518Department Records Unit Records St. Johns, Arizona85936

When Will My Crash Report Be Available?

On average, police officers will complete a report within twenty-four to forty-eight hours after an accident has occurred. Accident reports are often available within two to ten business days. Public Records Requests are processed as they’re received.
Contact the Sheriff’s Office prior to pick up: (928) 337-4321 or 1 (800) 352-1850.

How Much Does a Collision Report Cost?

Apache County accident reports will cost $5.00 for the first ten pages and $0.25 per additional page. Accepted forms of payment include business checks, personal checks, debit cards, credit cards, and money orders.

What if the Sheriff's Office Does Not Have a Record of My Report?

If you’re not from Arizona, or you don’t live in the Apache County area and were just traveling through, it’s possible another law enforcement agency completed your collision report.You can contact the following law enforcement agencies to locate your report:

  • Graham County Sheriff’s Office

Graham County Sheriff’s Office Department Records Unit Phone: (928) 428-3141

  • Gila County Sheriff’s Office

Gila County Sheriff’s Office Department Records Unit Phone: (928) 425-4449

  • Flagstaff Police Department

Flagstaff Police Department Department Records Unit Phone: (928) 774-1414

  • Chandler Police Department

Chandler Police Department Records Unit Phone: (480) 782-4000

  • Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office

Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Phone: (928) 771-3260

  • Pinal County Sheriff’s Office

Pinal County Sheriff’s Office Phone: (520) 866-7419

  • Mohave County Sheriff’s Office

Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Phone: (928) 753-0753

  • Cochise County Sheriff’s Office

Cochise County Sheriff’s Office Phone: (520) 432-9500Or the Department Records Unit for other local City Police Departments in AZ.

What Other Reports, Records, and Services are Available at the Apache County Sheriff's Department?

  • Apache County police records
  • Apache County arrest records
  • Background checks
  • Fingerprinting services
  • Criminal activity reports
  • Inmate names and booking reports

Why Do I Need to Obtain a Copy of My Collision Report?

A crash report, more commonly known as an auto accident report, or police accident report, is a detailed record that’s written by a police officer who is present at the scene of a motor vehicle collision. Most Apache County police reports will contain an account of the events that led up to the collision. A crash report will typically be available two to ten business days from the date of the accident.This report can be used as a key piece of evidence by the victims or drivers of an auto accident and can be extremely important when filing a claim with an auto insurance company. The report can also be used as physical evidence if an auto accident victim decides to bring a lawsuit against the driver responsible for the collision.

What’s the Fastest Way to Get a Copy of My Police Accident Report?

If you don’t have time to travel to the Sheriff’s Office in person or wait for your AZ accident report to arrive in the mail, take advantage of the comprehensive collision report help center at AccidentReports.com. Our information center allows you to search for crash reports from all over the state. Searches are fast and simple. Get started searching for your crash report now by submitting your accident information to get assistance.

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