At this time, traffic collision reports written by the Tucson Police Department will be made available via this website five days after the date of the reported accident. This site retains reports for one year. For collisions dated prior to one year, you may send a request by mail (self-addressed stamped envelope and fee of $5.00) or appear at the Tucson Police Department Records Counter at 270 S. Stone Avenue, Tucson, Arizona 85701, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to obtain a copy. (We are closed Monday, Friday, weekends, and holidays.)
If you would like to obtain a copy of your traffic collision report on-line, you will need the last name of one of the drivers involved in the collision and the 10-digit TPD report number. The report number is listed in the upper right hand corner of the information exchange form, under the title of Agency Report Number, that the reporting officer has supplied. The ten-digit report number is comprised of the date and the four-digit call number assigned YYMMDD0000.
The documents are "PDF" images, and will require that you have installed Adobe Acrobat Reader to retrieve the report.
Note: If your report is not yet listed and it has been over five days, please e-mail your information via this website. If you have any questions, please contact the Tucson Police Department Records Section at (520) 791-4484. If an officer did not respond and you submitted a traffic accident report via the TPD on-line reporting system, it will not be available on this website but can be obtained from the Records Section.
TO RETRIEVE A TRAFFIC COLLISION REPORT:
Please enter the report number and the last name of the driver or pedestrian involved in the accident and click on the Submit Query button to initiate your search.
Effective September 19 2007, a change in victim's rights legislation became law. (ARS 13-4434 - Section B.)
Subsection B protects certain victim's personal identifying information on criminal cases. Information may be redacted based on the statute.