The Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) provides every person the right to request records from any governmental entity in Utah (Utah Code Section 63G-2-201(1)).
As of January 1, 2020, Springville City Police Department has enlisted the services of CarFax for the dissemination of all DI-9 traffic accident reports that occurred in our city and were investigated by our officers. Therefore, Springville Police Records Division will no longer be disseminating DI-9 reports from our offices. (A DI-9 is the official Utah State traffic accident report and will hereby be referred to as “DI-9”.)
In order to obtain a DI-9 traffic accident report, please visit www.crashdocs.org. Once at the website, you will need the Springville Police case number, the date the accident occurred, and the driver or involved party’s last name. Our standard service fee to obtain the report still applies and can be paid directly through the website.
CarFax services refer to the DI-9 accident record only. If applicable, other documents including witness statements, pictures, video etc. related to your traffic accident can still be acquired through Springville Police Department’s record division for an additional fee.
As CarFax provides 24/7 access to these reports through this service, we hope to provide a more convenient and accessible process for you to obtain a copy of your DI-9 traffic accident report. If you have issues accessing a copy of your accident report, they can be resolved by contacting CarFax customer service through the contact information provided on their website. Because we are dedicated to accommodating you in this new change, we are happy to answer any questions you may have concerning this process. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are in need of further assistance. (801) 489-9421.