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How do I get a copy of a police accident report?
There are now two ways to obtain a copy of an accident report.

First, you can obtain a copy of an accident report in person between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday at Weatherford Police Department located at 801 Santa Fe Drive, Weatherford, Texas. There is a $6.00 charge per report. We do not fax, mail, or email reports. Please keep in mind that certain information is not considered public and may be omitted from specific accident reports.

Second, you can now obtain copies of accident reports online. The process is simple and easy to follow. Simply go to the website www.policereports.us. From the home page, click on the State of Texas. Then scroll down and click on the Weatherford Police Department link. On the top left portion of that page, you must fill in two of the three search criteria necessary to access the report; the search criteria includes the report number, the date of the accident and/or the last name of any of the parties involved in the collision. After entering your search criteria, the program will show you the accident report you selected. Click on the blue accident number and it will direct you to the online pay system where you can purchase your accident report. You can pay with a credit card or a pre-paid account if you have one. If you have any questions regarding purchasing accident reports online, please contact police records at (817) 598-4310.
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2. How do I get a copy of a police accident report?
3. How can I obtain a copy of a police report?
4. My vehicle has been impounded by Weatherford Police. How can I get it back?
5. Can I get someone to speak to various groups about community issues?
6. Can I ride with a police officer?
7. I am leaving town for several days. Can I request extra patrol?
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10. I need to be fingerprinted for a job application or professional license, will the police department do this?
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12. Does the police department give escorts or civil standbys in certain situations?
13. How do I find out which detective is handling my case?
14. How do I get a protective order?
15. Can I make a police report over the phone or does a police officer have to come to my house?
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17. Are BB-guns and air rifles legal inside the city?
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