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Accident Reports can be retrieved by completing the Accident Report Request Form and emailing it to Police Records.  If you prefer to go online to retrieve an Accident Report please access the TXDOT website.  TXDOT will charge you a small fee for this service.

Event Reports are generated for accidents that have less than $1,000 worth of damage, and/or the parties agree to exchange information. To request a report send an e-mail to Police Records or fax 214-987-5376. Please include 2 of the following:

  • Driver or Passenger involved
  • Employer of the Driver
  • Owner of the vehicle/prpoerty damage
  • The insurance company of vehicle or person involved 
  • Pedestrian
  • Date
  • Location

To File/Make a Police Report, you must either stop by the 24 Hour Entrance located on the first floor of the University Park City Hall or call 214-363-3000 to have a University Park Patrol Officer stop by your residence to create a police report. All reports must be made in person. There is no fee associated with the creation of the report. 

Stolen Property/Damage Property Reports for insurance purposes: To request this report send an e-mail to Police Records. Please provide any information that you have (example: date of loss, victim of loss, location). There is no fee for this type of report.

Reports can also be obtained from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday at the University Park Police Administration, Records Division. Requests for criminal offenses involving sexual assaults, juvenile offenders and active criminal investigations will be forwarded to the City Attorney, who will then send the requested documents to the Open Records Division of the Texas Attorney General's Office for a determination as to whether the documents can be released. This process takes up to 45 days.

To request public information, please fill out the convenient online form or download the appropriate document and submit via US Mail or fax.
Records Specialist
Sharon Jones
Fax: 214-987-5376
Email Police Records

For more information on the Texas Public Information Act, please visit the Texas Attorney General's Office.