Get a Police Report

If you need a background report, you can get them from the Administrative Office of the Courts.

There are three (3) ways to get an accident report or incident or offense police report:

  • Electronically: Accident Report (There is a $10 fee for each report. Payments can be made using MasterCard, Visa, Discover Card, American Express or PayPal.
  • Electronically: Incident or Offense Police Report (There is a $10 fee for each report. Payments can be made using MasterCard, Visa, Discover Card, American Express or PayPal.)
  • In-person: There is a $5 fee for an accident report and a $0.10 per page fee for an incident or offense report. You can pick up reports in person at:
    701 West Ormsby Avenue
    Suite 001
    Louisville, KY 40202

Locate an Accident Report

To locate an accident report, you will need:

  • Your report number
  • The report date
  • Driver's last name or owner's last name

Access your report online. If you have technical issues call any time at 866-495-4206, option 5.

Accident reports that have occurred in Jefferson County since January 2000 are available through this link.

If you do not know your accident report number, you can email us. We will look up your information and email it back to you.

Locating an Incident or Offense Report

To locate an incident or offense report, you will need:

  • Victim's last name
  • Your report number
  • The report date

Access your report online. If you have technical issues call any time at 866-495-4206, option 5.

If you do not know your incident report number, you can email us. We will look up your information and email it back to you.

In Person Pick Up

Pick up an accident or incident or offense police report at:

LMPD Records Division
701 West Ormsby Avenue
Suite 001
Louisville, KY 40202

Please Note

Accident Reports are not public records. They may only be obtained by a party involved with proper ID (name must appear on the report), the insurance company's representative of the listed agency on the report or an attorney representing a listed party involved.

Some Incident Reports are not public records and involved parties may be required to show ID in these instances.