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I had a minor accident (no property damage other than my own vehicle) or I struck a deer yesterday.  Now my insurance company needs a report of some sort.  What do I do?
You may pick up a blank report from the Sheriff's Office or any Police Department and follow the directions for filling it out.  Then you must file it with the State of Wisconsin.

I had an accident and the Sheriff's Office was there.  How do I get a copy of their Accident Report?
You may pick up a copy of the report in person at the Sheriff's Office or it can be mailed or faxed to you.  There is a processing fee of $3.00.  Please allow 4 days for the report to be completed.  If you are planning to come to pick up a report in person, you may want to call ahead to ensure that the report is complete.

Click on the following links to obtain these forms:

Open Records Request Form

Request for Photographs Form

How do I get fingerprinted?
Following are the hours set for fingerprinting members of the public.  If you are unable to make these times, please call 262-741-4540 and ask for a Jail Supervisor to make other arrangements.  Please note you must bring your own fingerprint cards to the Sheriff's Office.  You may obtain the cards from the agency requiring the fingerprints.  There is no charge for fingerprinting.

Monday and Friday        9 AM to 11 AM
Saturday and Sunday    8 AM to 11 AM

CCAP - Consolidated Court Automation Programs
Click on the following link to access CCAP which is another resource for Walworth County court records.

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