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The Division is commanded by a Division Manager and is responsible for:
Please remember that Accident Reports can generally not be provided to anyone other than the persons involved, their insurance companies or their Attorneys until 60 days after the accident.
Most accident reports are not available for 10-14 days after they are turned in due to the many quality control and data entry requirements involved in their processing. Crash reports may be retrieved on-line in compliance with F.S.S. 316.066 by going to http://www.stpete.org/crashreports/.
Any Offense Reports involving criminal activity with suspect information may be subject to being excised, depending on whether or not the case has been closed and/or until such time as the status of any other judicial actions have been ascertained. Other reports and documents, by their sensitive natures, may not be public records and can not be released per a variety of Florida State Statutes. Our Clerks will provide individual report release related guidance as requested or needed in person or by calling 893-7538 or visiting us in the Main Lobby of the Headquarters at 1300 First Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL 33705.
We receive and respond to over 10,000 mail in requests each year. An expedited return of your mail in request can be facilitated by enclosing a self-addressed, stamped envelope and $1.00 per report.