If you were involved in an injury traffic accident, the accident report becomes one of the most important sources of information in your case. Obtaining a copy of this report will be very useful to you as you navigate the legal aftermath following your accident. There are two organizations that may have filed your report in Pueblo, the Police Department or the Sheriff, depending on the reporting agency will change how you obtain your accident report.

If you live in Pueblo, but were involved in an accident in another city, you should contact the police department in the city where the accident occurred or the Colorado State Patrol.

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How to Get a Pueblo Police Department Report

  1. In person from the Pueblo Police Department Records.
    • Address: 200 South Main Street
      Pueblo, CO 81003
    • Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
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  2. Online at: http://police.pueblo.us
  3. By Mail: Send a legal sized self-addressed stamped envelope along with your contact information including your phone, email address and information about the incident. *Charges may apply.
  4. By Email: Send an email to records@pueblo.us Searches can be made for incidences within city limits. Please include the name of a person invovled their birthdate and the address of the incident.

How to Get a Pueblo Sheriff’s Department Report

The only way to obtain a Pueblo Sheriff’s Department report is by filling out the Report Request Form and returning it to the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office signed, per CRS 24-72-305.5.

There is a $5.00 fee for a report, every page after 10 costs 0.25 per additional page. The form must either be mailed or brought into the office to received the report.


Why Do I Need a Copy of My Accident Report?

A traffic accident report is a report filed by police containing facts about an accident. An accident report is typically comprised of the following information:

  • drivers and passengers involved in the accident
  • injuries sustained in the accident
  • vehicle damage and other property damage
  • witness names and testimonies
  • the officer’s understanding of events leading to the accident
  • any other pertinent information the officer wants to include.

The accident report is considered to be the legal truth of the matter and influences decisions made by insurance companies, traffic and civil court judges, and attorneys. Sometimes an officer will make a factual or subjective error on the police report.

Depending on the circumstances of your case, it can be very difficult to have a traffic accident report amended, although an experienced auto accident attorney may be able to help. For this reason, it is very important to obtain a copy of the accident report and read it carefully to ensure accuracy.

Pueblo CO Personal Injury Attorneys

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, it is important to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney right away. The skilled attorneys at McCormick & Murphy have dedicated over 50 years of combined experience to personal injury cases. Contact us to schedule a free case evaluation at our headquarters in Colorado Springs or our offices in Denver and Pueblo. To set up a meeting at our Pueblo location, call us at (719) 225-1737.

August 3, 2017 | Personal Injury FAQs

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