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.How long are crash reports retained by TxDOT?
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. Data for years beyond this period is unavailable.How do I obtain a Texas peace officer's crash report (CR-3)?
You may obtain a copy of a Texas Peace Officer’s Crash Report (CR-3) (regular or certified) by using our Crash Report Online Purchase System link below. Customers using the online system receive their report (s) immediately if the report is available for purchase.How do I get a crash ID in Texas?
Individuals and organizations looking to submit bulk requests for Crash IDs or crash data requests may do so by filing an Open Records Request on the TxDOT Open Records Request Page. The Texas Department of Transportation’s retention period for records include the previous 10 full calendar years plus the current calendar year.