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Maryland Crash Reports

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An Maryland accident or crash report is officially titled as "Commonwealth of Maryland Police Crash Report form FR300-P". It is used by law enforcement officers in Maryland to report traffic crashes to the Department of Public Safety. The details in the report are recorded by the officer who attended the scene of the accident.

The "Commonwealth of Maryland Police Crash Report form FR300-P"

An Maryland accident or crash report is officially titled as "Commonwealth of Maryland Police Crash Report form FR300-P". It is used by law enforcement officers in Maryland to report traffic crashes to the Department of Public Safety. The details in the report are recorded by the officer who attended the scene of the accident.

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How do I find my accident report in Maryland?

In Maryland, there are three ways to obtain an official accident report: email, mail, and in person. This ensures it’s easy to get your accident report no matter what method you prefer.

Requesting an accident report by mail

Before you submit your request, contact the Maryland Central Records Unit at (410) 537-7710 to check on the availability of your report and the amount of the fees you will need to pay to obtain a copy of the report. Once you have done that, download the Report Request Form and complete it.

Mail the Report Request Form along with a check or money order for your fees made payable to “MDTA” or “Maryland Transportation Authority”, and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the following address:

Maryland Transportation Authority Police
4330 Broening Highway
Baltimore, Maryland 21222
Attention: Central Records

Your accident report will be delivered to you via USPS first class mail.

Request your report via email

If a digital copy of the report is satisfactory for your needs, you can request a report via email. When you do it this way, rather than requesting a paper copy, there is no fee involved. To do this, you need to complete the Report Request Form and email it to [email protected].

Alternatively, instead of completing the Report Request Form you can email [email protected] with as much of the following information as possible:

  • Driver name
  • Report number
  • Type of report you’re requesting (collision)
  • Date of incident
  • Location of incident
Once your request is received and processed, you will be emailed back with a PDF copy of your report at no charge.