Arizona Department Of Public Safety
Citizen's Report Of A Collision
IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, SOMEONE WAS INJURED, OR A CRIME IS IN PROGRESS: PLEASE CALL 911
This reporting tool provides a convenient way to submit information regarding a minor vehicle collision and obtain a police report number, which your insurance company may require. An email account is required for you to submit a report. Upon submission, your report will be reviewed by the Department of Public Safety. If additional information is needed, you will be contacted via email. Once your report submittal is approved, you will receive an email with your police report number.
Note: The report generated by your submission is based on the information you provide. This reporting tool does not replace the Arizona Crash Report which may be required for collisions not meeting the following eligibility requirements.
Is my collision eligible for online submission?
Ensure your incident meets EACH of the following eligibility criteria for online reporting:
- Collision occurred within the jurisdiction of the Arizona Department of Public Safety (on a State Highway)
- No injuries were sustained during the collision
- The total estimated damage was less than $2,000
- The collision involves no more than two vehicles
You can request an on-scene investigation by a state trooper instead of submitting an online report. For non-emergency collisions not meeting the above criteria, please call the Department of Public Safety non‐emergency number at 602‐223‐2000 to request contact from a state trooper.
You are required to comply with Arizona law which requires drivers involved in a collision with another vehicle to stop or immediately return to the scene of the collision. Drivers are required to exchange information including presentation of driver’s license, name, address, and vehicle license plate. See Arizona Revised Statutes 28-662 and 28-663 for more information.