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The Nashville Emergency Response Viewing Engine (NERVE) is a free online tool developed by Metro to provide information to the public during a natural or man-made disaster.
NERVE includes real-time information about road closures, school closings and locations of emergency shelters, food and water distribution centers and Disaster Assistance Centers. It can be found online at http://maps.nashville.gov/NERVE.
Order Crash Reports Online
Obtaining a police report for a vehicle crash in Nashville has just become much easier.
Reports can be accessed five to seven business days after the accident by entering the date of the crash, the specific police report number given to each involved motorist by an officer at the scene, and an involved party’s name. A person accessing a crash report through CRASHDOCS.org must certify that he/she was involved in the accident, is an attorney for an involved party, or is an insurance representative of an involved party.
Reports of crashes involving pending criminal charges and those involving fatalities will not be available from the website. Crash reports from August 2020 forward will be on-line.