Accident Reports: Click this link to search for an accident report. There is no cost for accident reports retrieved online. Please be advised that it may take five to seven business days after the accident occurred before the report is made available. In some cases, this may take longer depending upon the complexity of the investigation.
Crime reports are not available online.
TO FILE A REPORT:
To file a report in person, please visit one of our stations. Click HERE for the station locations.
Some types of reports (such as damaged property with no suspects) can be filed online through the COPRS report system. Click HERE for more information.
TO OBTAIN A REPORT IN PERSON
You may obtain a copy of a crime report or an accident report by visiting the Safety Building located at 525 N. Erie. The Records Bureau is open to the public Monday—Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
There is no fee for a crime report involving one incident. However, requests for multiple reports involving different incidents may be subject to a fee.
There is a $4.00 fee for each accident report requested. Please be advised that it may take five to seven business days after the accident occurred before the report is made available. In some cases, this may take longer depending upon the complexity of the investigation.
Accident reports can be retrieved from the department website at no cost. Click here.
TO OBTAIN A REPORT THROUGH U.S. MAIL
If you choose to obtain a copy of a crime report by US mail you must provide some necessary information. This includes the name of at least one of the following: a victim, a witness, a suspect, or a reporting person. You must also advise what the incident involved (e.g. Theft from a Motor Vehicle, Burglary, Assault, etc.) as well as a location and date of the incident. If you have the police report number you should include this with your request. Send the above information along with a self-addressed stamped envelope to:
|Toledo Police Public Records Office|
The Toledo Police Public Records Office processes requests for information under the Ohio Public Records Act. These requests are for the release of 911 audio, police video, archived reports, or bulk (three or more) reports. All other report requests should be made in person at the Records Bureau or through the U.S. Mail as outlined above.