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UD-10 Traffic Crash Reporting

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UD-10 Traffic Crash Reporting

Were You Involved in a Traffic Crash?

IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 911. If you have a matter that requires law enforcement action OR need to file a Traffic Crash Report, please contact a law enforcement agency in your area or the nearest MSP Post. 

Find Your Nearest MSP Post Here

  The 2021 Statewide Traffic Crash Data Year End Report is now available! Click HERE to view the report. 

Welcome to the Traffic Crash Reporting Unit (TCRU)

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.

News and Upcoming Events

Drunk Driving Audit

2021 Michigan Annual Drunk Driving Audit 

The 2021 Michigan Annual Drunk Driving Audit has been published! This reports provides detailed information concerning traffic fatalities and injuries, as well as arrest activities that are part of ongoing efforts to reduce drunk driving in Michigan. 

Click HERE to view the 2021 Michigan Annual Drunk Driving Audit. 

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New Traffic Crash Advisory

The Traffic Crash Reporting Unit has published UD-10 Advisory #6 which highlights hit & run incidents as well as file classes. 

Traffic Crash Advisories are developed as a means of keeping Law Enforcement Officials updated with changes to the UD-10 and also to offer guidance with some of the more problematic areas of traffic crash reporting. 

Click HERE to view Advisory #6.  

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Introducing the Michigan Crash Analysis Tool (Mi-CAT) Application

The Michigan State Police, Traffic Crash Reporting Unit, has contracted with vendor, Numetric, to develop a traffic crash analysis and visualization application called the Michigan Crash Analysis Tool (Mi-CAT). Mi-CAT can be used to query crash locations, view crash dashboards, create visualizations and charts, and search UD-10 images. 

Click HERE to learn more about the Mi-CAT application process. 

Fatal Traffic Crashes in Michigan

As of August 9, 2022 there have been a total of 628 traffic deaths. 

The Michigan State Police and the Michigan Department of Transportation will continue the Zero Deaths statewide safety campaign to influence driver behavior and improve safety. 

To learn more about this campaign, click HERE