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Obtain Accident Report

records_unit.jpgRecords Maintenance Unit

The Pima County Sheriff's Department's Records Maintenance Unit manages public law enforcement records originated by the Department. The public may make a request for records in person, by mail, and in some instances on-line. The procedure for obtaining reports is outlined below.

If you have any questions concerning police reports, you may contact the Records Maintenance Unit at (520) 351-4650; hours of operation are 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.


Request Online Accident Report

Motor vehicle accident reports written by the Pima County Sheriff's Department are available for purchase on-line. Some accident reports may not be available on-line as a result of the following:

  • A Pima County deputy sheriff did not respond to the scene of the accident;
  • The accident occurred on private property;
  • There was serious injury and/or fatality as a result of the accident;
  • An arrest was made;

Cost of an Online Report: $5.00
Types of payment accepted: Visa or MasterCard only

The Pima County Sheriff's Department reserves the right to further restrict the availability of on-line accident reports.

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In Person or By Mail

The public may come in to the office or mail their request to the following address:

Pima County Sheriff's Department
Records Maintenance Unit
1650 E. Benson Highway, Suite C
Tucson, AZ 85714-1758

The following information is requested when ordering a record:

  • Case number, or
  • Date and location of the incident;
  • Reason for obtaining the report;

Cost of an Online Report: $5.00
Types of payment accepted: Cash, money order, or cashier's check

Additional charges may apply for research time and reports in excess of 15 pages. For other records related fees, please contact the Records Maintenance Unit at (520) 351-4650.

For mail requests, the requestor will be notified when the report is ready for pick-up.

Any release of case information may be subject to review and authorization by the assigned investigator. This may delay the release of information.

Case reports may not be released if the content of the record may hinder an on-going investigation and/or bring harm to individuals related to the case. Victim information is only released to the victim or their designated representative.


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