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223 N. Memorial Drive Independence, MO 64050
Location Date/Time Vehicles Involved Description
Crash ID: 2230070606 Cst E 24th St, Jackson, MO, US
09/04/23 20:22 unknown Accident Leaves 2 Injured In accident On Cst E 24th St, Jackson, MO, US
Crash ID: 2230070535 Cst 55th St, Jackson, MO, US
09/01/23 17:10 CHEVROLET 2012, CHEVROLET 2005, CHEVROLET 2004 Accident Leaves 6 Injured In 3 Vehicle Collision On Cst 55th St, Jackson, MO, US
Crash ID: 2230069146 Rp 988022, Jackson, MO, US
08/30/23 19:20 DODGE 2013, INFINITI 2012 Accident Leaves 4 Injured In accident On Rp 988022, Jackson, MO, US
Crash ID: 2230068907 Cst E 63rd St, Jackson, MO, US
08/30/23 15:30 GILG 2018, KIA 2013 Accident Leaves 2 Injured In accident On Cst E 63rd St, Jackson, MO, US
Crash ID: 2230069600 Rp 103682, Clay, MO, US
08/29/23 21:37 Accident Leaves 2 Injured In accident On Rp 103682, Clay, MO, US
Last updated on: Dec 10, 2023
By: Accident Monitoring Team
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How to get your Independence Police Department, MO accident report

The cost of a Police report in Missouri typically ranges from $6 to $20, depending on the how you obtain it. You will likely need to provide information such as the report number, your name, drivers license number, vehicle plate number, the date/time of accident, location of accident, who was involved in the accident, your mailing address, phone number, and email.
  Independence Police Department offer's 3 ways to get a copy of your accident report:
  Phone: 8163257300
  In Person: Independence Police Department, 223 N. Memorial Drive Independence, MO 64050
  Online: For more information, you can visit
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How Long Before your Missouri Accident Report is Available?

As stated by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, accident reports are typically uploaded online automatically and maintained for a year. Nevertheless, certain reports may experience a delay in availability due to processing hold ups or errors. If you can't locate the specific accident report you need, you can get in touch with the local Highway Patrol troop headquarters or the Patrol Records Division at the General Headquarters. Alternatively, you can leverage our service to locate your accident report online by providing some fundamental details about yourself and the accident.

Why Do You Need Your Missouri Crash Report?

The accident document from Missouri holds crucial information about your mishap like the date, time, location, involved parties, injuries and damages incurred, witnesses, and the causes of the accident. Such details can assist you in establishing fault for the accident and substantiating your claim for compensation from the insurance provider or the other driver. Furthermore, your accident document can help you safeguard your legal rights and avert liability for an accident you weren't responsible for.

What If My Report Contains Inaccurate Information?

Should you spot any inaccuracies or omissions in your accident document, it is advised to reach out to the officer who compiled the report and request a correction promptly. You might need to present proof or documents to back your request, such as photographs, video footage, medical records, or witness statements. If the officer consents to make a correction, they will produce a supplemental report that will be added to the initial report. If the officer rejects the correction, you can submit a written statement to the Missouri State Highway Patrol detailing your account of the events and disputing the incorrect information.

Who Can Obtain a Copy of a Report in Missouri?

As per Missouri's legislation, anyone with a personal or property-related stake in an accident document can procure a copy. This includes individuals such as drivers, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists, property owners, insurance companies, legal representatives, and media entities. However, to preserve the privacy of the involved parties, certain personal information may be redacted from the document. A copy of a report can be obtained by contacting the law enforcement unit that carried out the accident investigation or by using our online service. If your accident was investigated by the Independence Police Department in Missouri, you can obtain your accident document by visiting their Records Unit at 223 N Memorial Drive, Independence, MO 64050. You'll need to provide details such as your name, date of birth, driver’s license number, and the date and location of the accident.

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