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Lexington Police Accident Reports

The following detailed instructions are provided for locating a copy of your Police Accident Report in the city of Lexington, South Carolina. If you need help interpreting your report, or would like to discuss the accident, get a free consultation by contacting Auger & Auger at 803-470-5298! Reports are only provided to individuals directly involved in an accident. We do not provide reports to third parties such as attorneys, or insurance carriers.

How to Obtain Your Lexington Police Accident Report

Your Police Accident Report is a document composed of the Investigating Officer’s findings. This report will be filed electronically, requiring your input to get a copy. There are generally notations listing contributors to the accident, along with a diagram or drawing to define the location of impact and any visible vehicle damages.

The Records Division of the Lexington Police Department has provided us with the following information and points of contact to assist in the acquisition of your Police Accident Report.

The report is free and available 48 hours after taken for any person listed on the collision report, and $3.00 for non-involved parties. All requesters must fill out Lexington’s Freedom of Information Request and provide a picture identification. The report request must be ordered in writing, in one of the following ways (see full instructions included in the corresponding sections below):

  • In person (preferred)
  • Fax
  • Email
  • Mail


Town of Lexington Police Department

The website above contains a wealth of police community information, however, there is not a portal to submit your request for a Police Accident Report. Everything listed on their accident report page is included here for your convenience, along with extensive details obtained directly from the Records Division.



By Phone

Your Police Accident Report may not be requested over the phone, however, you may contact Records at the number below if desired.

Phone: (803) 359-6260, ask for Records

Fax: 803-951-4643

The report can be requested by fax, along with a completed FOIA form and a copy of your ID. You will receive the report by mail in return.

In Person

Town of Lexington Police Department

Records Division

111 Maiden Lane

Lexington, SC 29072

Hours: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Days: Monday – Friday  

Note: For Interstate accident reports, see the DMV mailing and in-person instructions in the next section.

By Mail

Your Police Accident Report can be requested in the following manner and will be returned by mail. Please include a written letter with the date of the accident, driver’s name, case #, and a copy of your ID, mailed to:

Town of Lexington Police Department

Attn: Records Division

111 Maiden Lane

Lexington, SC 29072

If your traffic accident took place on the Interstate, you may download and mail in this Request for Officer’s Report (SCDMV Form FR-50) from the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles. Fill out the form as completely as possible and sign. Send 2 copies along with a check or money order payable to SCDMV for $6.00, to the address below:

Financial Responsibility
P.O. Box 1498
Blythewood, SC 29016-0040

DMV In Person: The Blythewood and Columbia (Shop Road) branches of SCDMV can also complete this request if you are able to visit one of the following offices in person. Simply click the link to view the physical address, business hours, phone number and wait times for each office:

Columbia Shop Road


Free Consultation and Accident Report Review


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