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In observance of Memorial Day, services that are offered during regular business hours will be unavailable on Monday, May 25, 2020. Residential trash pick-up will occur as usual.
Do you need a traffic crash report from the Orlando Police Department?
You can request a copy of your crash report online to submit to your insurance company.
For crash reports before 2011, use our online service to request a public record from the Orlando Police Department (OPD):
Request an OPD Record
For crash reports before 2002, contact the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
It takes 3-5 business days after a crash for the report to be available online.
You will need:
Use our online service, LexisNexis Police Reports, to request your crash report. It will cost $10 for each report. A driver’s exchange report for a minor accident is free.
Request Your Crash Report
You will receive your report instantly in LexisNexis.
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Orlando, Florida 32801
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