Copies of accident reports prepared as a result of an accident investigation conducted by the Lower Providence Township Police Department may be obtained through Carfax. LPPD will no longer process these requests. To request an accident report, visit crashdocs.org. All requests will be considered in compliance with the applicable Pennsylvania statutes with respect to public records. A fifteen dollar ($15.00) fee is charged for a police accident report. Additional fees are charged for reconstructed accidents, photographs and video.
Copies of police Incident Reports may be obtained, with specific restrictions on the release of incident reports as delineated in the Criminal History Records and Information Act, The Juvenile Act, The Right to Know Act, and the rules relating to discovery in a criminal proceeding, for a fee of twenty dollars ($20.00). Complete and submit a Request for Information Form, which should include the date, time, location and report number of the report requested. The Lower Providence Township Police Department reserves the right to refuse the release of reports in conformance with the above statutes and redact sensitive or personal information from any report deemed appropriate for release.
- If a report is denied, you may file an appeal with the Office of Open Records within 15 business day from the mailing date of the Agency's response or the date that the request was deemed denied. If that timeframe expires before you provide the required information to the Office of Open Records, you lose your right to appeal and may need to file a new request for information with our department.