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UD-10 Traffic Crash Reporting 

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UD-10 Traffic Crash Reporting 

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Traffic Crash Reporting Unit

IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, CALL 911. If you need to file a Traffic Crash Report OR have a matter that requires law enforcement action please contact a law enforcement agency in your area or a Michigan State Police post

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 315,000 crashes annually. The data collected from the crash reports is used extensively by federal, state, and local traffic safety partners to identify traffic safety problems and support the state's efforts to reduce crashes, fatalities, and injuries. 

It can take 3 - 30 days following the crash for the report to be processed into the TCPS database and made available online for purchase.


359 Traffic Deaths as of May 30, 2023 

MDOT & the Michigan State Police are continuing the Toward Zero Deaths (TZD) statewide safety campaign in 2023. The campaign is based on the National Strategy on Highway Safety intended to influence driver behavior and improve safety.