Driver's Crash Reports
The Texas Department of Public Safety collects crash reports submitted by law enforcement officers and reports submitted by drivers. Both are available to the public by following the links provided below. These forms can be submitted for a processing fee through the Texas DPS site:
Texas Peace Officer's Crash Report
The Texas Peace Officer's Crash Report is completed by a law enforcement officer investigating a traffic crash when apparent damage is $1,000 or more, or when the crash resulted in injury or death.
Driver's Crash Report (Blue Form)
The Driver's Crash Report is completed by a driver involved in a traffic crash when the crash is not investigated by a law enforcement officer and apparent damage is $1,000 or more or when the crash resulted in injury or death.
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Get the Report from the Baytown Police Department
The Baytown Police Department is located at 3200 N. Main Street and the Records Division lobby hours are Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The fee for motor vehicle crash reports provided from the Baytown Police Department is $6 ($8 if mailed by certified letter). Forms of payment are Cash, Business Check or Money Order.
Get the Report Online
If you want to pay with a Credit Card, citizens and insurance companies can obtain copies of a motor vehicle crash report investigated by the Baytown Police Department through the Texas Department of Transportation Crash Report Online System.
For further information on obtaining a copy of a motor vehicle crash report, please contact the Baytown Police Records Division at 281-420-6626.