Following a car accident, many things will happen. First responders will arrive to assess your injuries, and the police will arrive to assess the accident. When you have been in an accident in League City, getting a League City Police Report can be crucial piece of evidence for filing a claim for your car accident damages and injuries.
According to Texas law, any law enforcement officer that investigates a car accident that results in either injury or death or damage of property of over $1,000 needs to submit a written police accident report to TxDOT no later than 10 days following the date of the accident.
If you have recently been in an accident, and the League City Police Department filled out a car accident report, you have several options for getting access to a copy of your League City Police Department police report.
*This service is available to anyone involved in a collision that needs help getting their crash report. This service is not available to other law firms or insurance companies.
How to Get a Police Accident Report in League City?
Individuals involved in an accident that was reported to by a League City Police Officer should obtain a copy of their official accident report, filed by the responding officer. To obtain a report, you can get a copy of your accident report either online, in person, e-mail, or by mail.
The cost of a police report in Texas typically ranges from $6 to $20, depending on the how you obtain it. You will likely need to provide information such as:
- the report number,
- your name,
- driver’s license number,
- vehicle plate number,
- the date/time of accident,
- location of accident,
- who was involved in the accident,
- your mailing address,
- phone number,
- and email.
For more information, you can visit their website. Here are the five ways you can get your League City police report:
You can request your League City police record going in person to the League City Police Department Records Division, located at 555 W Walker St, League City, TX 77573. You can get their business hours by calling the League City TX Police Department non-emergency line at (281)332-2566. There is a $5 fee for all in-person requests.
To get your Flower Mound police report online, head to the Public Police Reports website and type in your car accident information. The report should be available to you. If a police report is not available online, contact the records unit at 281-338-4152.
You can also submit an open records request if the information in the report isn’t available online. Simply put the request in writing then email, mail, or hand deliver it to the Records Division.
Additionally, you can request your League City Police Department Records by emailing the League City Police Department Records Management Unit at [email protected]
You can also request League City Police Reports by mail by sending your request to
- League City Police Department
- Records Division
- 555 W Walker St
- League City, TX
There is $5 fee for all mail requests.
Getting Your FREE Report from Sutliff & Stout Law Firm
Along with in person and online, Sutliff & Stout Law Firm has given you the chance to access your police accident report for free! Simply click here to obtain your free police accident report, and it will be emailed to you shortly. These reports are available for individuals; this service is not available for other law firms or insurance companies.
If you have questions about your car accident report or about your car accident, our Texas personal injury lawyers are here to help. To discuss your car accident report or case, don’t hesitate to call Houston car accident lawyers Sutliff & Stout at (713) 987-7111 or contact us online today.
Important Notes to Consider
- The Record Manager for the League City Police Department can be reached by phone at (281) 338-4152 if you have any questions.
- There may be additional fees associated with requesting records. Please call the League City Police Department Records Unit at (281) 338-4152 to receive pricing information.
- You can pay fees through a personal check or money order payable to the City of League City.
- Requests may take up to 10 working days to be processed and you may need to provide additional information to get your police report.
- More information about requests can be found at on the League City’s Police Department’s website.
- If you suffered injuries from a car accident in League City you should not hesitate to take advantage of a free case review from our Texas Injury Lawyers