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Police Departments: State and local law enforcement agencies may also be able to provide basic information about auto accidents. If you call a local police department, they may be able to tell you if an official crash report listed a person's name as having been involved in an accident in recent days/hours.
You may request a certified crash report from the NC DMV. Crashes investigated by the North Carolina State Highway Patrol since May 16, 2013, are available in this system. Reports will normally be entered into the system within 5 to 7 business days.
You may obtain copies of crash reports from the Division of Motor Vehicles one of three ways: By calling (919) 861-3098. By visiting in person the DMV Headquarters at 1100 New Bern Ave. By mailing your request TR-67A form to: NCDOT-DMV Traffic Records Section. 3106 Mail Service Center. Raleigh, NC 27697-3106.
The Police Records Division handles public requests for reports. Crash Reports are free of charge if you visit the Records counter or you can access it through the online system. The majority of requests are traffic accident (Crash) reports, or incident (Crime) reports.
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The Police Records Division handles public requests for reports. Crash Reports are free of charge if you visit the Records counter or you can access it through the online system. The majority of requests are traffic accident (Crash) reports, or incident (Crime) reports.
Police Departments: State and local law enforcement agencies may also be able to provide basic information about auto accidents. If you call a local police department, they may be able to tell you if an official crash report listed a person's name as having been involved in an accident in recent days/hours.
You may request a certified crash report from the NC DMV. Crashes investigated by the North Carolina State Highway Patrol since May 16, 2013, are available in this system. Reports will normally be entered into the system within 5 to 7 business days.
You may obtain copies of crash reports from the Division of Motor Vehicles one of three ways: By calling (919) 861-3098. By visiting in person the DMV Headquarters at 1100 New Bern Ave. By mailing your request TR-67A form to: NCDOT-DMV Traffic Records Section. 3106 Mail Service Center. Raleigh, NC 27697-3106.
The Police Records Division handles public requests for reports. Crash Reports are free of charge if you visit the Records counter or you can access it through the online system. The majority of requests are traffic accident (Crash) reports, or incident (Crime) reports.

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