Instructional Guide: Obtaining a Police Report on a Crash

Anthony Harris
Anthony Harris
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Police reports are created at the scene of a crash. These documents are important artifacts of a crash that contain useful information for understanding what happened, why it happened, who was impacted, and in what ways. Police reports often contain the names of witnesses and any statements they have made about what they saw and experienced at the scene. These reports sometimes contain diagrams to help visualize the place where the crash took place. Strong Towns has compiled and attached a document detailing how to obtain a police report on a crash. 


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