Request A Report

Any public record request may be made at the Daytona Beach Police Department. There’s a few ways you can do it.

  • Phone: (386) 671-5430
  • Mail: 129 Valor Boulevard, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 (Attention: Records)
  • Email
  • In Person: 129 Valor Boulevard, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 (Visit the Records window at the front lobby between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on weekdays, not counting holidays)

When Requesting

Please include as much information as possible, including the case number, date, location and type of incident.

Accident Reports

Anyone wishing to obtain a crash report or self-report a crash can file through the State of Florida.

The State of Florida requires that anyone requesting an accident report within the first 60 days of its occurrence must complete an affidavit specifying why you are entitled to that report.

If you are requesting your report by mail, please provide Records with a signed and notarized copy of the crash report affidavit along with your request. 

After 60 days, the affidavit is not required to obtain an accident report.

Accident reports over a year old may be obtained by contacting (850) 617-3416.

Public Records Request Criteria

  • Large volume of documents
  • Photographs/Audio/Video
  • Internal Affair/Personnel records
  • Crime Grids

Requests By Mail

They must include the required fee along with a self-addressed stamped envelope. 

Money orders are accepted by mail. We do not recommend sending checks or cash by mail.

Prior to mailing your request, call Records to confirm the report has been received and to obtain a cost for the report.

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    Kristen Burns

    Phone: (386) 671-5453