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Need a Crash Report?

ACCESS TO CRASH REPORTS

 WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REPORTABLE AND NONREPORTABLE ACCIDENTS?

  • Reportable accidents (DT-4000) are those which either involve a personal injury or have over $1000 worth of damage to one or more vehicles.   APD no longer maintains a database of State of Wisconsin DT4000 accident reports and no longer provides copies of completed state accident report forms to requesters.  If the accident was reportable to the state, the Algoma Police Department will provide you with a DOT document number to submit your request directly to the Crashdocs.org. 
  • Non-reportable accidents are those without injuries and damage of less than $1000 to each vehicle.  If the accident was not reported to the state, the Algoma Police Department will provide you with a DOT document number to submit your request directly to the Crashdocs.org. 
  • Following is a link from which you can purchase your crash report:  www.crashdocs.org


WHEN CAN I OBTAIN MY CRASH REPORT?

  • Non-reportable, accident summaries are generally available within five business days.
  • Reportable accident reports are generally available within a week.
  • Exceptions to these time frames are common, especially in the case of hit-and-run investigations; if your report is not available within an appropriate time frame, please contact the Algoma Police Department email at algomapolice@algomacity.org or at (920) 487-3311.


HOW CAN I REQUEST A CRASH REPORT?

  • Following is a link from which you can purchase your crash report:  www.crashdocs.org