Crash ID: 20235222967 77 , Cuyahoga County, Independence, OH, US
|12/01/23 00:41||Ford 2017, Chevrolet 2022, Freightliner 2018, Unknown , Unknown , Unknown||Accident Leaves 2 Injured In 6 Vehicle Pile Up On 77 , Cuyahoga County, Independence, OH, US|
Crash ID: 20233218328 East 72 -95545 Highway, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, OH, US
|11/21/23 09:13||Other/Unknown 2004, Other/Unknown 2023||Accident Leaves 1 Injured In accident On East 72 -95545 Highway, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, OH, US|
Crash ID: 20233182316 SUPERIOR RD Road, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland Heights, OH, US
|10/13/23 11:32||Other/Unknown 2014||Accident Leaves 1 Injured In accident On SUPERIOR RD Road, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland Heights, OH, US|
Crash ID: 20235182547 90 , Cuyahoga County, Euclid, OH, US
|10/11/23 22:38||Chevrolet 2023, Jeep 2020, Unknown , GMC 2002||Accident Leaves 1 Injured In 4 Vehicle Collision On 90 , Cuyahoga County, Euclid, OH, US|
Crash ID: 20233190781 6 SUPERIOR -95531 Highway, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, OH, US
|10/11/23 07:07||Buick 2004, Other/Unknown 2002||Accident Leaves 1 Injured In accident On 6 SUPERIOR -95531 Highway, Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, OH, US|
|The cost of a Police report in Ohio 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.|
|Cleveland Division Of Police offer's 3 ways to get a copy of your accident report:|
|In Person: Cleveland Division Of Police, 1300 Ontario St. Cleveland, Ohio 44113|
|Online: For more information, you can visit https://www.city.cleveland.oh.us/node/6731|
To look up an accident report in Ohio, you can use the online portal of the Ohio Crash System to search by crash number, document number, or advanced options such as date, county, law enforcement agency, and last name. You can also request a copy of your accident report from the law enforcement agency that investigated the crash, such as the Cleveland Division of Police.
Yes, accident reports are public record in Ohio. According to the Ohio Revised Code Section 149.43, all public records are subject to inspection and copying upon request, unless they are exempted by law. Accident reports are not exempted by law, so they are available to the public. However some information may be redacted from the report.
In Ohio, the Cleveland Division of Police and other law enforcement agencies allow individuals to obtain crash documents, provided they submit the necessary details and cover the relevant costs. Yet, to ensure the confidentiality of the parties concerned, certain personal details, like identities and communication data, might be withheld from these records. If you're in the Cleveland area, it's worth noting the involvement of the Cleveland Division of Police in maintaining and providing these records.
Need to search a different area? Visit our Ohio Accident Reports page.