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Make An Online Accident Report


If you have an emergency dial 911.

Reporting Your Crash Online:

You can submit an online crash report using the Online Crash Reporting System for crashes:
  • that occurred within the city of Aurora
  • that are non-injury vehicle accidents (including hit-and-run vehicle accidents)
  • where there has been no alcohol or drug use by the involved drivers
  • for hit and runs, if you have ANY suspect information, an officer must respond to take the report. If you do not have any suspect information, an online report can be taken by clicking the above link.

These criteria must be met in order to use the online system.

Before starting, please make sure you have proper information to complete the form:

  • driver's license
  • vehicle registration
  • current vehicle insurance information

HINT: Be sure to print a copy of your online crash report, which includes the reference number, for your own records and/or for your insurance company, prior to submitting the report. Once submitted, there is no option to print. 

Disclaimer:
This reporting system is for non-emergency incidents. No officer will respond. Reports that are submitted straight to the Department of Revenue, Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and will not result in any follow-up investigations by the Aurora Police Department. 

Purchasing or Obtaining a Copy of a Crash Report:

You will be able to purchase a copy of the official report once it is approved. Report transcriptions are taking longer than usual. Please note that it could take approximately 6-12 weeks, if not longer, for that report to be finalized.

If an officer was dispatched and completed a crash report on scene, the report can be purchased from a third-party site, CrashDocs.org. Crash reports are primarily used for information or insurance reporting. By clicking the link above, you will be directed to another website to purchase the report. In order to find your report, you must know the last name of an involved party and the date of the accident.

If you completed an online crash report, the Aurora Police Department does not have access to obtain copies, please contact the Department of Revenue at 303.205.5613. That online report will not be available for purchase from the Aurora Police Department or the third-party website.


False Statement:
Any person who knowingly provides or causes to be transmitted false information on a report to law enforcement authorities, whether regarding the incident or identity information of the parties involved, commits a third degree misdemeanor punishable by fines and will be prosecuted.
(ref: State Statute 18-8.111 and Aurora Code 94-380)

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