Search for Your Vermont Crash Report Online
If you don’t have time to pick up your report in person from the local police department, or you don’t have time to wait for your report to arrive in the mail, AccidentReports.com offers a fast, simple, and hassle-free way to get your crash report, right when you need it. To get started fill out the form on this page and submit your accident information now.
Vermont Accident Reports Online - FAQ
How Do I Find My Crash Report in Vermont?
You can get a copy of your Vermont police report at AccidentReports.com, or you can go through the Vermont State Police Department.The Vermont State Police Department offers two ways to get your report.
Public Records Request for Information In-Person
For an in-person record request, you can visit the Vermont State Police Department and obtain your report during regular business hours.The police department is located at:Vermont State Police Headquarters45 State DriveWaterbury, VT05671Normal business hours: M – F / 8am – 4pmContact the Vermont State Police Department before you pick up your report to ensure it’s available.Telephone – 802-244-8727
Public Records Request for Information By Mail
Send a written request for police records to the Vermont State Police Department.Mail your request to:Vermont State Police Headquarters45 State DriveWaterbury, VT05671
When Will Copies of My Accident Police Records Be Available?
It can take up to thirty business days before your law enforcement agency report is available. If the collision involved a fatality, crime, or significant property damage, your report may be unavailable for several weeks or months if there is an active accident investigation.
How Much Do Copies of Accident Reports Cost?
A public records crash report is $10 per copy.
What Information is in a Collision Report?
- The name and contact information of all parties involved including phone number and email address
- The time, date, and location of the accident
- A diagram of the accident scene
- The police officer’s opinion regarding who they believe was at fault for the motor vehicle crash and how the accident took place
- License plate numbers/VINs
- Driver’s license numbers
- Insurance information
- Accident report subject and other accident report basics
- Witness statements and contact information
- Any citations issued
- Badge number and name of law enforcement authorities involved
- Type of incident, such as two-car motor vehicle crash, rollover accident, etc.
- Description of injuries sustained in the accident
- Description of vehicle damage/property damage
- Actions of police officers
Who Has Access to a Vehicle Crash Traffic Report?
The following parties have access to accident reports that are unredacted:
- All parties involved in the auto accident
- Accident attorney
- Insurance agent
- Vehicle owner
- The parent or legal guardian of a minor involved in the auto accident
Why Do I Need to Get a Copy of My Vermont Police Records Report?
If you suffered injuries and/or property damage in a motor vehicle accident, you may be eligible to pursue compensation in an auto insurance claim. A crash report includes information that you can use to strengthen your accident claim, such as the reporting law enforcement officer’s opinion regarding who they believe was responsible for the collision, a description of the injuries you sustained, descriptions of vehicle damage and property damage, witness statements, any citations issued, a diagram of the accident scene, and more.
Filing a Personal injury Lawsuit or Insurance claim
An experienced accident attorney can use the information in an auto accident report when building your motor vehicle crash case and negotiating with insurance companies to help you receive the compensation you deserve for the harm you have suffered.
Why Can't I Locate My Traffic collision Report?
If the Vermont State Police Department doesn’t have a record of your traffic report, your accident may have taken place out of their jurisdiction. You can contact the following law enforcement agencies to track down your report:
- Killington Police Department
- Capitol Police Department
- Winooski Police Department
- Colchester Police Department
- Rutland County Sheriff’s Office
- Royalton Police Department
How Can I Get My Police Crash Report Online?
At AccidentReports.com, we offer a fast, simple, hassle-free way to get a copy of your crash report as soon as it’s available. We know how chaotic life after a motor vehicle accident can be, which is why we’ve created a site that makes it easier for accident victims to obtain a copy of their traffic reports as soon as possible. Start your search now by filling out the form on this page.