Free Police Report courtesy of Breyer Law
If obtaining your police report seems confusing, or your injuries are making it difficult to go through the process, or you just don’t have the time, don’t worry. The experienced accident attorneys, Mark Breyer and Alexis Breyer, are now offering this free accident police report locator service. Simply fill out our Police Report form below and we’ll locate your report for you, free of cost and with no obligations:
4 Other ways to get your Police Report
Getting a copy of your police report isn't as simple as calling up the police department and asking for it to be faxed or emailed to you. You'll need to follow certain protocols. There are four main ways to get a copy of the police report for your car crash:
Go to the police department in person and ask for a copy of your Police Report.
You may make your request in person at the Phoenix Police Department anytime during normal business hours. The local address for the Phoenix Police Department is 1717 North Grant Street, Suite 100, Phoenix, AZ 85034. | Map & Directions.
Mail in a request for a copy of your Police Report to the police department.
When you request a report for your car crash by mail there will be a fee associated with your order based upon the total number of pages in the report.
Download a copy of your Police Report online.
A copy of your police report can be retrieved online for no charge. You will be asked to provide the names of the individuals who were involved in the accident, along with a host of other identifying information such the date the accident took place, and if available the number of the police report, also known in some places as a case number. In some cases, if you have the name of at least one person (yourself) who was involved in the collision, and the case number associated with your police report you will be able to find, download, and print a copy of your police report online. | Get Your Police Report Online.
Request your Police Report from the City of Phoenix instead of the police department.
If you're uncomfortable visiting the police department, or you are uncomfortable with the online option for retrieving a copy of your police report, there is another way. You can request to pick up your police report from the City of Phoenix’s records office. Call ahead and check with a records clerk to determine whether your request is ready for pickup. Download Request Form.