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The Federal Driver's Privacy Protection Act (DPPA) prohibits the disclosure of certain "personal information" or "highly restricted personal information" which orginates from a State motor vehicle record.  Under current controlling law, disclosure of each item "personal information" or "highly restricted personal information" must be justified by the specific permissible use identified in the form below.  Failure to provide such justification may result in redaction of the record requested.  Such information shall not knowingly be disclosed or otherwise made available without the express consent of the person to who the information pertains or unless specifically permitted by the DPPA.  For purposes of determining whether such information should be released or redacted, please complete and return this form below to the address or fax below.  Please note, medical and juvenile information may still be redacted.

Limited Vehicle/Driver Record Information Request Form

Outagamie County Sheriff's Department responds to requests as soon as practicable without delay.

 


HOW TO OBTAIN ACCIDENT REPORTS

To request a copy of an accident report during regular business hours, phone (920) 832-5070. The records staff will advise you when it will be available for pick-up (.25 per printed page), or it can be faxed or mailed. The records unit is staffed Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

When requesting a record from the Outagamie County Sheriff's Department, your request must include date of incident, type of report, name(s) of people involved, location of incident, etc.

NOTE:  Due to a recent Court of Appeals case, accidents will no longer be available online.

Wisconsin Driver Report of Accident Form

Outagamie County Sheriff's Department responds to requests as soon as practicable without delay.

 

Last updated: 2/5/2015 1:56:37 PM