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The King County Sheriff’s Office is committed to responding to your request for public records in a timely manner.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is a public record?
What King County Sheriff's Office records are currently available online?
What is the cost to obtain records?
When will I get a response to my request?
What can I expect after making my request?
How long will it be before I obtain my records?
Are public disclosure requests confidential?
What records are exempt from public disclosure?
Where can I get King County Superior or District Court records?
Where can I get a background check/criminal history report?
How can I find out if I have a warrant?
In addition to records being made available as copies, you may elect to inspect a record at no charge. The Records Request process (stated above) applies whether the records request is for copies or inspection.
Areas We Serve
The King County Sheriff’s Office provides police services for the following communities:
- Town of Beaux Arts
- City of Burien
- City of Carnation
- City of Covington
- City of Kenmore
- City of Maple Valley
- Muckleshoot Indian Tribe
- City of Newcastle
- City of Sammamish
- City of SeaTac
- City of Shoreline
- Town of Skykomish
- City of Woodinville
- Unincorporated areas of King County
Don’t see your city listed? You may visit the following to find out what agency you need to contact for records requests: http://gismaps.kingcounty.gov/parcelviewer2/
Still have questions?
If you have questions regarding our public records process, please review the online brochure by clicking here or contact our the Public Disclosure Unit at:
King County Sheriff’s Office
ATTN: Public Disclosure Unit
King County Courthouse
516 3rd Avenue, Room W-116
Seattle, WA 98104
Hours: 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Closed weekends & holidays
Public Records Officer: Kimberly Petty
(206) 263-2103 or firstname.lastname@example.org