Traffic Collisions & Statistics
Traffic Collision Reporting
The Burbank Police Department prepares traffic collision reports in compliance with the California Highway Patrol Collision Investigation Manual (CIM) and as a public service makes traffic collision reports available to the community with some exceptions.
Traffic Collisions on Private Property
In compliance with the Collision Investigation Manual, traffic collision reports will not be taken for traffic collisions occurring on private property, unless there is a death or injury to any person involved, a hit and run violation, or involves a California Vehicle Code violation.
Traffic Collisions on Roadways or Highways
A traffic collision investigation report will be taken when a collision occurs on a roadway or highway within the jurisdiction of this Department under any of the following circumstances:
When there is a death or injury to any persons involved in the collision
When a report is requested by any involved driver
When there is an identifiable violation of the Vehicle Code where prosecution may be sought. This includes, but is not limited to, hit and run, DUI, and evasion
When the collision involves a City of Burbank vehicle or the vehicle of another governmental agency
When a school bus collision occurs while transporting students if not investigated by the California Highway Patrol
When the collision involves a hit and run with sufficient information or evidence for follow up and potential prosecution at a later time
Traffic Statistics Summary
This report provides a summary of traffic related incidents within the City of Burbank. This information provides and overview of traffic statistics compared to previous months and years.
Request a Traffic Collision Report
As an additional service to persons involved in traffic collisions, reports may now be purchased easily and securely online!
The Burbank Police Department now provides the ability to obtain a copy of your collision report online. Save time from having to come to our Records Bureau and stand in line to request a report at the counter.
Obtaining a report takes only a few minutes and a nominal convenience fee for this service is added to the cost of the report.
Important: Please allow a minimum of four days from the date of the collision before attempting to purchase your report online to give our department time to review and approve the report.
Individuals who do not wish to pay the convenience fee can still come to our Records Bureau counter and pay the normal report fee of $ 15.00.
Click Here to obtain a traffic collision report in English.
Click Here to obtain a traffic collision report in Spanish.