I was involved in an accident, i was a non moving vehicle that got t-boned by another vehicle, and police concluded i was the victim. As part of the process the cop took all of my personal information. I would like to ammend some of my personal information NOT THE INCIDENT REPORT itself. Is that possible?
Contact the police department and they will be able to provide more information on whether or not that's possible.
In most States you have a duty to file a report as well and you can put the correct information there. If you were injured discuss the specifics with local personal injury counsel.
It should be possible to do so, depending on what information you want to amend. If it is something like a spelling error, I wouldn't worry too much about it. Instead of calling, I would visit one of the area commands. You can find the one closest to you here: http://www.lvmpd.com/FindNearestCommand/tabid/286/Default.aspx
Yes. call the police department and reference the report number and then give them the proper information.
Contacting the police and visiting the nearest command post will do the trick. They will take down all information on a form there for you.
You can contact the police about amending personal information, however they will ask you why you want to amend it and will want to be assured that they are putting accurate information in the report.
You can also ask to speak with the investigating officer, provide him/her with the appropriate information and request him/her to amend the report.
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