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Plymouth Police Department

Records Division

RecordsThe Records Division of the Plymouth Police Department provides copies of official records to the public. These may be requested in person during our normal business hours (8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Thursday.) or use our online request form.

The Plymouth Police Records office does not accept cash (check or money order only, payable to Town of Plymouth).

Go to Public Request Form

I was in an accident now what?

After an accident:
— Contact your Insurance company
— Download accident form here – Registry of Motor Vehicle Form
— Drop off copy to Police Station (Records Department)
— Request Officers report if applicable

Additional information please contact Records at Ext: 253.

Motor Vehicle Crash Reports

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires any operator of a motor vehicle involved in a crash to file a Motor Vehicle Crash Operator’s Report within 5 days whenever someone is injured, killed, or there is damage to the vehicles or other property in excess of $1000.

STATE CORI CHECKS

— Open Access: Request CORI on a member of the public
— Personal – Self: Request your own CORI
Link: icori.chs.state.ma.us

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