How do I request a copy of an crash report?

Florida State Statute 316.066(5)(a) states that crash reports are confidential for period of 60 days after the report is filed. However, such reports are available to the parties involved in the crash including vehicle owners, their legal representatives, insurance companies/agents, prosecutorial authorities, victim services programs, and certain media outlets as described in the exemption. All authorized persons must have proper ID and have completed an “Affidavit for Release of Crash Report”.  Crash reports may be requested, in person, by phone (561)304-4867 or online at PoliceRecords@vpsfl.org.  For immediate access, authorized persons may request a report via the www.FloridaCrashPortal.gov website.  

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1. How do I request a copy of an crash report?
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3. How long until a report is able to be released?
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5. Why is certain information deleted from a report?
6. How do I find out the final disposition of my case?
7. How can I get a record sealed or expunged?
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9. What is a public record?
10. What are the fees associated with requesting and obtaining public records?