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Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Get My New Jersey Police Crash Report?

You can instantly get a copy of your collision report by taking advantage of the crash report information center at AccidentReports.com.Or, if the New Jersey State Police responded to your traffic accident, you can also visit the New Jersey State Police website. How you will request your crash report will depend on whether the accident took place on a non-toll or toll road.

Requesting a Non-Toll Road Crash Report

For collisions that took place on non-toll roads, you can request your report from the New Jersey State Police.


Visit the New Jersey State Police located at:945 NJ-12 FrenchtownNJ 08825Fill out the Records Request Form and pay the appropriate fee. Contact the police department by phone prior to pick up to ensure your report is available.Phone: 609-882-2000

By Mail

Send a written request to the NJSPD and include your mailing address or email.Records requests can be mailed to:New Jersey State PoliceP.O. Box 7068West Trenton, NJ 08628

Requesting a Toll Road Accident Report

For collisions that took place on the Garden State Parkway toll roads or New Jersey Turnpike, you can request a copy of your report through the Toll Road Crash Report website.

What Information is in a Traffic collision Report?

  • Driver’s license numbers
  • The time, date, and location of the accident
  • The names and contact details of all parties involved
  • VINs and vehicle make and model
  • Insurance information
  • Vehicle registration information
  • The name and badge number of the reporting police officer
  • The name of the responding law enforcement agency
  • A description of vehicle damage and other personal property damage
  • A description of any personal injuries
  • Anything that may have contributed to the accident (debris on the road, broken or missing traffic lights and signs, inclement weather, etc.)
  • Accident type (pedestrian accident, motorcycle accident, bicycle accident, rear-end collision, rollover, etc.)
  • Any citations issued or arrests made (DWI, DUI, speeding, reckless driving, etc.)
  • A diagram of the crash site

Why Do I Need A New Jersey Police Report?

When you file an insurance claim after an accident, the insurance company will request a copy of your New Jersey police report. The report contains important information, including a description of vehicle and property damage, personal injuries, and the opinion of the law enforcement officer concerning who they believe is liable for the accident. An accident attorney can use your report as leverage when negotiating with an insurance company, to ensure you receive fair compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages.

How Much Does a Collision Report Cost?

The fee for a New Jersey and South Carolina accident report is $10.00. Accepted forms of payment include money orders, business checks, and personal checks. Cash, credit cards, and debit card payments are not accepted at this time.

When Will My Investigation Report Be Available?

Incident reports are typically available within ten to twelve business days, twenty-four to forty-eight hours after the police officer files the report. In some cases, law enforcement agencies will not release a report right away if the accident involved personal injuries, extensive vehicle damage, a crime, or a fatality.

How Can I Get My New Jersey Crash Report Online?

Take advantage of the extensive collision report support center available at AccidentReports.com. Our information center allows you to search for accident reports from all over the state of New Jersey. Searches are simple and reports can be located the minute they’re available. Get started on your search now.Fill Out the Form on this Page to Begin Your Online Accident Report Search

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