Traffic Crash Reporting Unit
The Traffic Crash Reporting Unit is responsible for the complete, accurate, and timely collection, processing, and compilations of statewide traffic crash data. The Unit maintains the Traffic Crash Reporting System (TCRS) database that serves as the central repository for all traffic crash data for the State of Michigan. By law, all law enforcement agencies are required to submit qualifying crash reports (UD-10) to the MSP.
The Unit receives and processes approximately 300,000 crashes annually. The Unit also oversees the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) database which is the national repository for all fatal crash data. This information is shared with federal and state authorities, as well as the public. The data collected from the crash reports is used extensively by federal, state, and local traffic safety partners to identify traffic safety problems, to develop solutions, and support the development and evaluation of highway and vehicle safety countermeasures.
- eCrash Instruction Manual - LexisNexis
- Average Reporting Days
- 2019 Automated Vehicle Guide
- CLIP 2.0 Quick Start Guide
- 2016 Alcohol and Drug Involved Addendum
- UD-10 Advisory #1
- UD-10 Advisory #2
- UD-10 Advisory #3
- UD-10 Advisory #4
- UD-10 Advisory #5
- QLine Streetcar (M-1 Rail)
- FARS Alcohol and Drug Reporting Guide
- 2016 UD-10 Revision Highlights
- UD-10 Manual- Revised 2018
- UD-10 Help Sheet- Revised 2018
- UD-10 Contact Form
For crash related questions and information, please contact:
P.O. Box 30634
Lansing, MI 48909-0634
If you have been involved in a traffic crash, please call 911.