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All paperwork must be mailed to: Crash Data and Analysis, Texas Department of Transportation, P.O. Box 12879, Austin, Texas 78711. Since a fee is required, email and faxed submissions are not considered valid forms of filing a subpoena or affidavit with TxDOT.How to get a copy of a Texas peace officer's crash report?
You may obtain a copy of a Texas Peace Officer’s Crash Report (CR-3) (regular or certified) by using our Crash Report Online Purchase System link below. Customers using the online system receive their report (s) immediately if the report is available for purchase. There is a minimal surcharge for using this system.When to file a Texas police crash report?
Texas Peace Officer's Crash Report (CR-3) (FOR PEACE OFFICERS ONLY) This report is completed by a law enforcement officer investigating a traffic crash when apparent damage is $1,000 or more, or when the crash resulted in injury or death. TxDOT offers these formats for submitting crash data:Who is the custodian of record for a Texas crash report?
The Texas Department of Transportation is the custodian of record for the crash report only. Any subpoena requests for dash cam videos, field notes, photographs, or other information taken on scene, should be submitted to the investigating agency. This information is not part of the Department’s custodial files.