Please note: if you submitted a road traffic incident report on this site, you'll be able to download a copy of your report once you've submitted it. That report is a collision report. You can then send that report to your insurance company or solicitor.
If you're a solicitor or an insurance agent, you can apply, on behalf of your client, for a copy of any existing collision reports the police have made or hold, or request an interview with the police officer who dealt with the road traffic collision, as long as it's been investigated.
Individuals can also apply for collision reports if they're representing themselves in civil proceedings.
Before you apply, you'll need the police reference number or the registration number of the vehicle involved in the collision. The police reference number will be in one of these formats:
A NICHE RMS Occurrence number, which is 11 digits long and starts 54 then with the year (two digits) of the incident report.
A call log reference number, often called a STORM number, which will start POL-yyyymmdd- and end with a four-digit number.
How to apply
Fill in the 'Request a collision report form' below and email it to us or post it to the following address:
Collision Records Dept Gablecross Police Station Shrivenham Road Swindon SN3 4RB
Please make sure you complete all the fields on the form, including you or your client's vehicle registration number if you don't have the police reference number.
Collision reports can only be released once the case has been closed. Therefore, requests for road traffic collision reports can't be progressed until the investigation into any offence is complete.
Usually this will take six months, so please don't submit your request until at least six months after the date of incident. Requests/payments received earlier than this will be returned to you to resubmit at least six months after the incident.
Please note, collision reports are supplied at the discretion of the chief constable.
Any information we send you is the copyright of Wiltshire Police and is only for the investigation and settlement of a claim following an accident.
The initial admin search fee is £31 (this payment is required to start your request).
After we've received your initial admin search fee, we'll contact you with an update about what reports we can supply and details of any additional payments that need to be made.
We only accept BACS payments. Please follow these steps using the details shown.
Step 1:Make your BACS payment
Account name: Wiltshire PCC Account number: 91460064 Sort code: 40-44-33 Bank: HSBC UK BANK PLC Bank address: 45 The Market Place Devizes. SN10 1HZ IBAN: GB63HBUK40443391460064
When paying by BACS please put the collision reference number in (starting RTC) as the payment reference. Any other reference will cause delays. If you don't have this, use the vehicle registration number as the payment reference, starting RTC.