No. It is typically used at hearing or trial to refresh the officer's or trooper's recollection of the arrest or incident - but is not per se admissible. However, parts of the report (i.e. breath test document, implied consent warnings and constitutional rights form) may be admitted at hearing or trial.
You have a right to hear their live in-person testimony and cross-examine/challenge (confront) the officer or trooper's on said version of the facts of your arrest.