All requests for records must be submitted on the appropriate Colorado State Patrol Records Request Form.
Mail the above information, along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope, and payment to the Colorado State Patrol.
Once an accident investigation is complete, the entire process (submittal, review, corrections, and approval) may take up to ten (10) working days.
Your copy of the report will be mailed to you as soon as possible after your request and payment has been received.
If you would like to obtain a copy of your crash report, the following information is needed: Name of the Driver Date of the Crash Case Report Number Location of the Accident Contact the Colorado State Patrol Central Records Unit for associated costs.
Payment may be made by check or money order made payable to the Colorado State Patrol or via credit card.Although there are laws to protect employees against being victimised by employers, when it comes to the crunch, the witness you may have thought would be there to help may actually go quiet when asked to sign a statement for proceedings.Our work accident experts at Slater and Gordon Lawyers will investigate your accident by speaking to witnesses and taking statements.The Colorado State Patrol have access to obtain copies, please contact the Department of Revenue they can be contacted at 303.205.5600.How do I Obtain a Copy of an Crash Report that was Investigated by the Colorado State Patrol?If you work in a place where no accident book exists or such a book is buried at the bottom of a cupboard, you can still find evidence in the RIDDOR report.By law, your employer has to complete and send this to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) if you are absent from work for three or more days. You can submit an online crash report using the Online Crash Reporting System, provided to you as a courtesy by the Colorado State Patrol.The reports submitted online are filed with the Department of Revenue directly.To avoid duplicate charges please submit only ONE (1) request form. Crashes are required by law, under CRS 42-4-1601 to be reported to the agency having jurisdiction immediately. "ACCIDENT ALERT" is defined as those times when weather conditions are so severe that State Troopers and Police Officers are unable to respond to the large volume of motor vehicle crashes.Accident Alert is initiated on a jurisdictional and geographical basis, in other words some cities may be on accident alert whereas others may not depending on how the weather conditions are affecting their area.