Cochise County Accident Reports

Obtain a Copy of Your Collision Report Today

At, you can use our crash report information center to search for your police report in Cochise County and the surrounding areas. The search is safe, fast, and simple. We offer the quickest and most convenient way to get your accident report immediately, without the wait. We know how stressful life is after an accident, so we’ve made it our mission to help accident victims obtain this important document, without having to leave the comfort of their homes.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Get a Copy of My Collision Report in Cochise County?

You can obtain a copy of your crash report through, or you can get your copy from the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office.The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office offers one way to obtain a copy of Arizona accident reports.


Visit the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office and fill out the Public Records Request Form. The Cochise County Sheriff’s Office is located at:201 N Central Ave, Bowie, AZ 85605

How Much is a Collision Report?

The cost of Cochise County accident reports is $3 for the first ten pages and $0.50 per page for reports that are longer than ten pages. Request collision report during regular business hours: Monday-Friday 8 am to 5 pm.

What Information Do I Need to Provide to Obtain My Crash Report?

For Cochise County and Chandler police reports, you’ll need to provide the following information:

  • Date, time, location of the accident
  • Names of parties involved
  • Report number (if available)

What Other Public Records are Available at the Cochise County Sheriff's Office?

You can fill out the appropriate request form at the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office for a criminal records search or to obtain copies of criminal records, such as:

  • Arrest records
  • Information on outstanding warrants
  • Investigative reports

Where Can I Find Other Public Records in Cochise County?

You can obtain copies of public records at the Clerk of the Superior Court.Public records available include:Guardianship and probate case records

  • Civil case records
  • Divorce case records
  • Marriage licenses
  • Criminal records

There are two locations for the Clerk of the Superior Court: Bisbee Office100 Quality Hill Road Bisbee, AZ 85603
Mailing Address P.O. Box CK Bisbee, AZ85603
Phone: 520-432-8600
Fax: 520-432-4850
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm
Or Sierra Vista Office100 Colonia de Salud Suite 2 00Sierra Vista, AZ85635
Phone: 520-803-3060
Fax: 520-458-4148
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm
The Bisbee location offers the most records available in a variety of formats including electronic records and paper copies. Documents are typically available on the day they are processed. If a record you are requesting requires additional time, you will be notified.You can make public records request online, by mail, or in person.

Public Record Requests in Person

Fill out the online public record requests forms and provide the date and the names of all parties involved. Online records can be paid for with a credit card or debit card.

Public Record Requests By Mail

Print and fill out the Public Record Requests forms and follow the instructions for payment and mailing located on the form. Personal checks are not accepted. You can pay with a money order or a cashier’s check. Instead of filling out the form you can also send in a written request and include a self-addressed stamped envelope with a money order or cashier’s check for the appropriate amount. Mail the written request to: Clerk of Superior Court Attention: Research P.O. Drawer CKBisbee, AZ85603. Contact the appropriate office prior to picking up copies of accident reports in person for report availability. Copies of traffic accident reports can range from $5.00 to $35.00.

  • $5.00 for the first nine pages
  • $10.00 ten to nineteen pages
  • $15.00 twenty to twenty-nine pages
  • $25.00 thirty to thirty-nine pages
  • $35.00 fifty to a hundred pages
  • $0.15 per additional page

Why Do I Need to Get a Copy of My Traffic Accident Report?

Despite accidents happening every day, we never expect one to happen to us. If you sustained injuries and/or vehicle damage, and you’re struggling to make ends meet, filing an insurance claim or lawsuit is often the next step and one that can ensure you’re compensated for your losses. But to win a claim or lawsuit, you need to prove that the accident was not your fault. Obtaining Cochise County police reports can help you prove the other driver should be held liable for your injuries and other damages. An accident report is a legal document that contains details concerning an auto accident, including the opinion of the responding law enforcement officer concerning who they believe should be held liable for the accident.

Where Can I Get a Copy of My Collision Report Online?

At, you can search our crash report information center and locate your Arizona accident report as soon as it’s available. If you don’t have time to travel to the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office or another law enforcement agency for a complete report, take advantage of our easy-to-use search features and get access to your online accident report, when you need it the most.

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