Prince Georges County Accident Reports

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Can I Get a Copy of My Prince George's County Crash Report?

You can get a copy of your incident report by searching the collision report information center at You can also obtain a copy of your report from the primary law enforcement agency in your area, in a couple of ways.


You can obtain your traffic accident report from the Prince George’s County Police Department located at: Prince George’s County Police Department Records Customer Service 4923 43rd Avenue Hyattsville, Maryland 20781 Hours of operation: Monday through Thursday – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday. To obtain your motor vehicle accident report, you must go to the Records Customer Service entrance located at 4923 43rd Ave and fill out a Records Request Form. Contact the Police Records Center directly, prior to picking up your motor vehicle accident report to ensure it’s available.
Phone: (301) 985-3652 or (301) 985-3638

Mail Requests

To request your Prince George’s County police report by mail, you must identify the primary law enforcement agency responsible for filing the report. Next, you can submit a Request Form, along with your case number, mailing address, valid email address, and a self-addressed stamped envelope. In addition to the Request Form, you must also include the appropriate payment. The Police Records Department accepts business check, credit cards, or money orders. Mail your request to: Prince George’s Police Department ATTN: Records Customer Service 4923 43rd Avenue Hyattsville, Maryland 20781

How Much Does a Traffic Accident Report Cost?

Prince George’s County and Frederick accident reports are $10 per copy.

When Will My Report Be Available?

You must wait ten business days before you request your unredacted report. Report requests are processed in the order they are received. You may have to wait two to three weeks before your unredacted report is available. Accidents with injuries, fatalities, personal property crimes, or violent crimes can result in a lengthy ongoing investigation, which means the accident report may not be released for several weeks or months.

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

A police officer will fill out an accident report at the scene of a collision and includes vital information regarding an auto accident. An unredacted report contains important information that you will need if you plan to pursue compensation for your auto accident. When you file an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit, your personal injury attorney must prove that the other driver was at fault. An accident report includes information that can help strengthen your claim, such as the police officer’s opinion regarding who they believe was at fault for the accident, a description of personal injuries and property damage, and other information that a personal injury attorney can use to prove liability.

What’s the Easiest Way to Get My Crash Report Now?

At, we’ve created an online crash report information center that allows you to search for your report as soon as it’s available. Now, you can instantly obtain a copy of your Maryland accident report as soon as it’s available, from the comfort of your own home. Don’t put off getting your copy today. Start your search now.
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