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This 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. TxDOT offers these formats for submitting crash data:How long does TxDOT collect crash data?
TxDOT collects crash reports from Texas law enforcement agencies for crashes occurring on public roadways and the state highway system. The state retention schedule for crash reports and data is 10 years plus the current year.How do I submit a CR-3 crash report to TxDOT?
Officers who complete a paper CR-3 Crash Report may use the app to capture a digital copy of the report and submit it straight to TxDOT for processing. The steps for an agency's enrollment are as follows: Agency contacts TxDOT or submits the CRIS Crash Mobile Access Checklist.Who can get a crash report in Texas?
During the 84th Legislative Session, Texas Transportation Code §550.065 now allows for the release of a crash report on written request and upon payment of the required fee to any person directly concerned in the accident or having proper interest therein, including: (L) Any person who may sue because of death resulting from the accident.