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Vermont Accident Reports

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When you're in an accident, there's usually an accident report that's put together by law enforcement or submitted by the parties involved. These accident reports outline all of the details related to the accident such as who was at fault, the location, and more to be referenced by law enforcement, insurance, or in legal cases.

When you need to show your innocence in a legal case or your insurance company needs information about the incident, accident or collision reports are crucial documents. If you're looking for one, you likely need one for the previously mentioned reasons, however, even if you haven't been asked for it by legal counsel or insurance, it's always a good idea to have a copy of the accident report for any crash you were involved in for your own records.

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How do I find my crash report in Vermont?

There are two ways to find and order a copy of your crash report in Vermont: online and by mail. Both of these methods will be outlined below for your convenience.

Please note that due to privacy laws, some information on the crash report may be redacted or removed before being released to you.

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Order Your Crash Report in Vermont Online

Your crash report can be found at the Vermont Police Reports and Public Records website here. When you get to the form ensure that you fill in as much information as possible about the accident so that your accident report can be found. There are varying fees associated with requesting reports or documents which you can find outlined below.

Information requested includes:

  • Vermont State Police Case Number
  • Date of incident
  • Names of parties involved
  • Type of incident

You will also need to provide your information as the requestor. Once you've submitted your request, you can visit this website to look up the status of your order.

Keep in mind that using the order form above you will only be able to order crash reports submitted by yourself or someone else in the accident. If you're looking for a report of a motor vehicle crash that was investigated by the Vermont State Police, that must be requested through the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles in Montpelier, VT. You can call 802-828-2050 for more information.

How much does it cost to request an accident report in Vermont?

If you're looking to get a copy of an accident report in Vermont, you will have to pay some associated fees, depending on your needs, as follows:

  • Police report: $20.00
  • Photo CD: $20.00
  • DUI incident video: $45.00
  • Non-DUI incident video: $45.00
  • Audio recording: $45.00

How to Order Your Crash Report in Vermont by Mail

Alternatively, if you're unable to use the online process or simply prefer to send in a mailed request, that option is also available. Make sure that you include as much of the following information as possible:

  • Vermont State Police Case Number
  • Date of incident
  • Names of parties involved
  • Type of incident

You may mail a letter with your request to:

Vermont State Police
Attn: Report Requests
103 South Main St
Waterbury, VT 05671-2101

There will still be fees associated that you will need to submit, so it's recommended that you call first to find out your total fees as well as the payment methods accepted by mail. To do this call (802) 229-4171

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