A Simple Way to Get a Copy of Your Gainesville Crash Report Online

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Obtain a Copy of My Traffic Report?

You can get a copy of your Gainesville police report at AccidentReports.com, or you can go through the Gainesville Police Department, or another local law enforcement agency.
The Gainesville Police Department offers four ways to get a copy of your traffic report.

In-Person

Visit the Gainesville Police Department in person and fill out a Records Request form to get a copy of your traffic incident report.
The Gainesville Police Department is located at:
413 NW 8th Avenue
Gainesville, Florida
32601

Online

Visit the Gainesville Police Department’s website to learn how to get a copy of your traffic report online.
By Phone
Contact the Gainesville Police Department to request a copy of your collision report. You must pick up your report in person or provide your mailing address to have the department mail the official report.

By Mail

Send a written request to the Gainesville Police Department and include payment and a self-addressed, stamped envelope, along with a copy of your driver’s license or government-issued photo ID.
Mail your request to:
413 NW 8th Avenue
Gainesville, Florida
32601

How Much Do Accident Reports Cost?

Traffic collision reports are $0.15 per page.

What Information is in a Collision Report?

  • The names and contact details for all parties involved in the motor vehicle crash
  • The responding police officer’s opinion regarding which party they believe was responsible for the collision
  • A diagram of the crash site
  • A description of bodily injuries
  • A description of property damage/vehicle damage
  • Witness statements and contact information
  • Weather conditions
  • Road conditions
  • Drivers license numbers
  • License plate numbers/VINs
  • Accident type
  • Anything that may have contributed to the accident, such as traffic, road closures, debris in the road
  • Time, date, and, location of the accident

Who Can Get an Unredacted Traffic Report?

  • All parties involved in the car accident
  • The parent or legal guardian of a minor involved in the traffic collision
  • Vehicle owner
  • Accident attorney/personal injury lawyer
  • Insurance company

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

If you sustained injuries and/or your vehicle was damaged, you may be eligible to pursue compensation in the form of an auto insurance claim or a personal injury lawsuit. A crash report contains vital information that can help you prove the other driver should be held liable for your damages.
This information includes:

  • The reporting police officer’s opinion regarding who they believe was negligent
  • Road and weather conditions
  • A diagram of the crash site
  • Witness statements and contact details
  • A description of the injuries you sustained in the crash
  • A description of vehicle damage/property damage

And more.
An experienced personal injury lawyer can use this information when they’re negotiating with the other driver’s insurance company to help you pursue a full and fair settlement for damages.

How Can I Get My Police Crash Report Online?

If you were injured in an auto accident that was not your fault, you may be filing an insurance claim. You must obtain a copy of your FL accident report as soon as possible, for your records. At AccidentReports.com, you can search our crash report information center to get a copy of your traffic report as soon as it’s available. Get started now by filling out the form on this page and submitting your accident information.

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