Accident reports generally are available to qualifying individuals (see list below) 24 hours after a report is filed, in accordance with KRS 189.635 (5) and (6). They may be obtained at the Police Department, 510 N. Main Street, during regular working hours. A fee is assessed for copies of those reports. These reports can NOT be faxed.
For a Civilian Traffic Collision Report, click here.
For more information, contact:
Lieutenant Michael A. Fleming
Administrative Division / Records Unit
Nicholasville Police Department
Nicholasville, KY 40356
On June 11, 2001, Judge John G. Heyburn II, of the United States District Court, Western District of Kentucky at Louisville, issued an order dissolving all injunctions in Amelkin v. McClure, Civil Action No. 3:94CV-360-H. The injunctions prohibited all police departments in the Commonwealth of Kentucky from enforcing the provisions of KRS 189.635, which relate to accident reports. Pursuant to the June 11, 2001 order, the Nicholasville Police Department is no longer enjoined from enforcing the provisions of KRS 189.635. Until further order from the Court, only the individuals / organizations listed below are entitled to receive copies of accident reports: