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1915 Olive St. Louis, MO, US
Non-Emergency:
3142311212
Location Date/Time Vehicles Involved Description
Crash ID: 2240051330 Cst Ladue Rd, St. Louis, MO, US
07/09/24 15:18 Accident Leaves 2 Injured In accident On Cst Ladue Rd, St. Louis, MO, US.
Crash ID: 2240051335 Erm East Is 44 Mile 2794, St. Louis, MO, US
07/09/24 09:16 Accident Leaves 2 Injured In accident On Erm East Is 44 Mile 2794, St. Louis, MO, US.
Crash ID: 2240052507 Cst Thrush Ave, St. Louis City, MO, US
07/04/24 23:53 INFINITI 2019, MERCEDES-BENZ 2010, FORD 2013, CHEVROLET 2007, GMC Accident Leaves 1 Dead 8 Injured In 5 Vehicle Pile Up On Cst Thrush Ave, St. Louis City, MO, US.
Crash ID: 2240051073 Crd Del Rosa Way, St. Louis, MO, US
07/04/24 23:04 FORD 2010 Accident Leaves 2 Injured In accident On Crd Del Rosa Way, St. Louis, MO, US.
Crash ID: 2240051940 Bridge A2394, St. Louis City, MO, US
07/04/24 02:50 Accident Leaves 2 Injured In accident On Bridge A2394, St. Louis City, MO, US.
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Last updated on: Jul 23, 2024
By: Accident Monitoring Team
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How to get your St. Louis Police Department, MO accident report

The cost of an accident report from St. Louis Police Department is $650. 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.
  St. Louis Police Department offer's 3 ways to get a copy of your accident report:
  Phone: 3142311212
  In Person: St. Louis Police Department, 1915 Olive St. Louis, MO, US
  Online: For more information, you can visit https://www.slmpd.org/records.shtml
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How Long Before your Missouri Accident Report is Available?

The availability of your Missouri accident report depends on the law enforcement agency that investigated the accident. Some agencies may take longer than others to submit the report to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, which posts the reports online for one year. Therefore, it is recommended that you contact the agency directly to check the availability of your report. If you were involved in an accident in St Louis, you can contact the St Louis Metropolitan Police Department Records Division at (314) 444-555.

Why Do You Need Your Missouri Crash Report?

Your accident report from Missouri is a document of great significance as it carries vital data regarding your mishap. This includes specifics like the time and date, place of occurrence, individuals and vehicles involved, eyewitnesses, injuries sustained, and the resulting damages. Such information can guide you when making a claim with your insurance provider or when seeking legal redress against the party at fault. The accident report, moreover, can play a critical role as evidence, reinforcing your claim and establishing your losses.

What If My Report Contains Inaccurate Information?

In case you identify any discrepancies or overlooked details in your accident record, you are advised to get in touch with the law enforcement unit that generated the report to ask for amendments. It might be necessary to provide documentation validating the accurate details, such as your driving license, car registration details, insurance certificate, or medical documents. If the St Louis Metropolitan Police Department issued your record, you can reach out to their Records Division at (314) 444-5551 or visit their online platform for comprehensive details on how to request amendments.

Who Can Obtain a Copy of a Report in Missouri?

As stipulated by Missouri's regulations, any individual with a personal or material stake in an accident record has the right to acquire a copy. This includes individuals such as drivers, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists, property holders, insurance firms, legal professionals, and media entities. However, certain personal data might be removed from the record to maintain the privacy of those involved. To acquire your record from the St Louis Metropolitan Police Department, you can visit their website and submit an online application or send a written request to their Records Division. You must provide details such as the report number, date and location of the accident, and the names of the drivers involved. A fee of $5.50 per record is also applicable.

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