How To Get a Clark County Police Accident Report Online in Nevada

After you’ve been in a motor vehicle accident, it is important to obtain a copy of the police report, when available. It’s one of the first things our car accident lawyers do for our clients who have been hurt or injured in an accident. If you were recently in a car accident in Clark County and would like a copy of your car accident report or other important documents, please feel free to contact us online or call us at (702) 291-8007 and we can help obtain it for you. It is important to note that the Clark County sheriff’s office is only responsible for accidents that happen outside of towns and cities like Las Vegas, Laughlin, Henderson, Mesquite, or Boulder City, NV. If your car crash took place within the city limits of any of these towns, then you will need to speak with the local police department of the city where your accident occurred to get your accident report. 

If your accident was minor and the police did not attend the accident because there were no injuries and minimal damage, it is still important to make sure an accurate police report is filed. You can contact the Sheriff’s Civil Process Bureau, or check out our page on how to file a police report for a car accident in Clark County.

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Steps For Getting An Accident Report in Clark County

Getting a copy of your Clark County can be a bit complicated as there is a main Sheriff’s Civil Process Bureau located in Las Vegas, and there are also 11 Clark County constable jurisdiction offices spread throughout the county with which you could speak about your car accident report. It can be time-consuming to try to make sure you are speaking with the correct law enforcement agents about your accident. If you are struggling to connect with the right Nevada law enforcement agency, don’t hesitate to reach out to the team here at SJW for assistance.

How to Get A Clark County Car Accident Report By Phone

The most direct way to get a copy of your police report by phone is through the Sheriff’s Civil Process Bureau. They are available at (702) 455-5400 from 7:00 AM to 4:45 PM Monday to Friday. You may also try contacting an individual constable’s office about your police report. Their contact information can be found on the Clark County Government website.

How to Get A Clark County Car Accident Report Online

Currently, the Clark County Sheriff’s Civil Process Bureau does not offer an online option to get a police report from them after you’ve been in an accident.

How to Get A Clark County Car Accident Report In Person

Sometimes it is helpful to speak with an officer directly about your accident report. When this is the case, you can go to their office and request a copy of the report with the officer on duty.

Their address is:
301 E. Clark Avenue, Suite 100 
Las Vegas, NV
Monday – Friday 7:00 am-4:45 pm

How to Get A Clark County Car Accident Report By Mail

Currently, the Clark County Sheriff’s Civil Process Bureau does not offer an option to get a police report from them through the mail after you’ve had a car wreck.

How Much Does An Accident Report In Clark County Cost?

Unfortunately, the cost of retrieving a car accident report from the Clark County Sheriff’s Civil Process Bureau is not listed on their website. To find out the cost, you will need to contact them directly, or you can have us get your car accident report for you for free and save you the headache of figuring out the right person to talk to get your report.

Contact A Clark County Car Accident Lawyer About Your Police Report

Email or call our legal team at (702) 291-8007 for a free, no-obligation consultation. It can be difficult and confusing to navigate the different reporting systems in an attempt to get the correct documents after you’ve been in a car accident, especially in an area like Clark County which is largely handled by several different constables. Our Clark County accident and injury attorneys, as well as our knowledgeable staff, have experience collecting the necessary documents regarding your car accident. If you have questions about what to do when you get in a car accident, the proper way to get these documents, or would like our assistance in doing so, please give our office a call. These accident reports are a necessary part of the process and one that can impact future insurance claims or legal proceedings related to your Clark County car accident. Email or call our Las Vegas law office at (702) 291-8007 today. The team here at SJW can help you get the documents you need and can sit down with you for a free case consultation, answering any questions you might have related to your accident.