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  • Transportation and Travel

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  • Safety and Emergency

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Online Accident Reports

The Placer County Sheriff's Office and TRACView have teamed up to provide online accident reports to individuals and insurance companies.

TRACView is an Internet-based application developed to help law enforcement agencies, insurance companies and individuals manage and access traffic accident reports in a more efficient manner.

Through the use of cutting-edge, online document management technology, you are now able to rapidly find and view an accident report within minutes of being submitted to our system. No more waiting in line or mailing report request forms. Now you can access your reports over the Internet, 24 hours a day.

For individual access to your online accident report: There is an additional fee from TRACView for this service.

  1. Call the Placer County Sheriff Department’s records division for your report number. (You may have to verify your ID by sending a fax copy of picture ID)
  2. After your ID has been verified, you will receive your accident report number.
  3. You then can log on to TRACView, supply your report information and receive your report online at any time.