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Clarksville Police Department releases Instructions on how to request a Police Report Online

Clarksville Police Department - CPDClarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department would like to encourage the Clarksville Community to request police reports and accident reports online.

This is another “Go Green” initiative and saves time and money for the community and the CPD by going paperless.

Below are detailed instructions on how to request a police report and accident report.


  1. Got to
  2. Select “Services” at the top of the page.
  3. Select “Police Reports and Accident Reports” on the left side of the page.
  4. This page will provide a list of information you will need for your request and provides a phone number if you have any questions.
  5. Finally, select the email address included on this page, , and submit your request.

If anyone has any questions in regards to police or accident reports, please call City Records at 931.648.0656.


Records Division

The Clarksville Police Department Records Division maintains information regarding incidents and crashes that occur within the City of Clarksville. If you require a copy of a report, you can submit a request in person between the hours of 08:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at 135 Commerce Street, you can submit a request by email at [email protected] or online using the Motor Vehicle Crash Report Form. Depending on your specific request, you may be given additional instructions before the report is provided to you. The Records Division will be closed on weekends and on all City Holidays.

To obtain a copy of a motor vehicle crash report directly through the Clarksville Police Department you must be the driver of the vehicle, owner of a vehicle involved in a crash, agent for a driver or owner of a vehicle involved in a crash or an attorney for either the driver or owner of a vehicle involved in a crash. 

Accordingly, to process your request, drivers and owners of vehicles are required to provide a copy of their driver's license, attorneys are required to provide a letter of representation, and agents are required to provide the number of the insurance policy involved or a letter of agency signed by the driver or owner.  

Please allow 3 to 5 Business Days for the Motor Vehicle Crash Report to become available for processing.

In Tennessee, unless a law or regulation states otherwise, government records must be made available for viewing. If you would like to obtain any records through the City of Clarksville's public record request see the links below.

Pursuant to T.C.A.§ 10-7-503(g) the Clarksville City Council adopted a Public Records Policy for the City of Clarksville. View the City of Clarksville’s Public Records Policy (PDF) and the Online Public Records Request Form.

If you are not the owner, driver, or agent or attorney for the owner or driver, you may request records through the Public Records Request form process.

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Clarksville’s Police Department is composed of 54 full-time officers, including a Chief and Assistant Chief. These officers are assisted by reserves, unpaid volunteers who must work a specified number of hours per month and participate in training programs. The capacity of the department is also extended by five members of the safety patrol. The safety patrol hands out parking tickets and takes routine accident and incident reports. The officers are supported by an administrative staff of 11 people.

The reserves and safety patrol help augment a police department serving a community that stretches seven miles from the Ohio River north. The presence of two large malls and many other retail markets add to the work load of Clarksville’s Police Department.

Clarksville’s Police Department is involved in the community through sponsorship of youth sports and the Shop with a Cop program, which pairs an officer with a child for a special shopping trip at Christmas. The drug prevention program, DARE, is provided to the elementary schools in Clarksville through our Police Department.

Senior citizens in Clarksville can register for the RUOK program, which sets up a daily phone call to make sure there are no problems. Also, residents who will be out of town for extended periods can have regular patrols past their homes through the vacation watch service.

The Clarksville Police Department is a professional force that encourages officers to continually upgrade their skills.


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