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Traffic Accident reports can be obtained at no cost online by going to our Police to Citizens (P2C) website. Click on "Get a Crash Report", then fill in all the information and click submit. You can then print out the report. You can also come into the department between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday. A fee will be associated with a walk-in request.
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VIN inspections are done Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
You need to contact the Impound Vehicle Department at 719-553-2563. If your vehicle was towed for evidentiary reasons, your vehicle may or may not be releasable until the District Attorney's Office releases the hold. If your vehicle is releasable, you will have to show proof of ownership for that vehicle. The impound officer will require a copy of the title, current vehicle registration, valid insurance card, driver's license and paid tow receipt showing the tow bill has been paid. If the vehicle in impound is not in operable condition, the City of Pueblo will not allow the vehicle owner to perform any mechanical procedures due to civil liability, the vehicle will have to be towed out by a licensed tow company.