Motor vehicle accident reports, written by Yuma Police Department, are available for purchase on-line.
Motor vehicle accident reports, written by Yuma Police Department, are available for purchase on-line. Some accident reports may not be available as a result of the following:
- There was serious injury and/or fatality as a result of the accident.
- The Yuma Police Department reserves the right to further restrict availability of on-line accident reports.
An on-line report costs $5.00. Visa, MasterCard, and Discover are all accepted.
Reports are typically available within 10 working days from the date of the accident. If your report is not available after 10 days, or you have any questions concerning your report, please contact the Records Bureau.
Accident reports may still be obtained from City of Yuma Police Department Records Bureau or through the mail at the same address for the cost of 25 cents a page.
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