Where do I go to get a police report about a Detroit area car accident?

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Where do I go to get a police report about a Detroit area car accident?

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Contact the law enforcement agency that responded to the Michigan car accident, to get a copy of the official police report (also known as a Traffic Crash Report). The following is contact information for some of the major law enforcement agencies in your area: City of Detroit Police Department 1300 Beaubien Detroit, MI 48226 313-596-1800 Wayne County Sheriff’s Department 1231 St. Antoine Detroit, MI 48226 313-224-2232 City of Pontiac Police Department 110 East Pike Street Pontiac, MI 48342 248-857-7890 Oakland County Sheriff’s Department 1201 North Telegraph Road Pontiac, MI 48341 248-858-4911 Macomb County Sheriff’s Department 43565 Elizabeth Road Mount Clemens, MI 48043 586-469-5151 City of Ann Arbor Police Department 100 N.

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thanks for the information, I have been looking for it for a long time

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Have the same opinion, you should contact the law enforcement of the area where the accident happened, or the area where you live. In case, nothing of this works, you should call a lawyer. I was in the same situations as you, and I can tell you that sometimes the police doesn’t work as they should be. Personally, I used the help of the guys from accidenteayuda.com, but I am sure that there are other companies that offer this type of services. Hope my message will be useful for you. Good luck.

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