Police Records Requests

How to Submit a Police Records Request

Please use the Police Records Request Form to submit a request
as detailed below.

 

Police Records Request Form

 

IN PERSON
Redmond Police Department
8701 160th Avenue NE
Redmond, WA 98052
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

MAIL
Redmond Police Department
Attn: Records Request
P.O. Box 97010  MS: PSPDR
Redmond, WA 98073

FAX
425-556-2573 or 425-556-2540

EMAIL
policerecordrequests@redmond.gov

NOTE: Any request received after 5:00 p.m. will be considered received on the following business day.

Important things to know about requesting police records:

  • Requests are processed in the order received.
  • There is a charge for copies of public records.  Check the current fees for costs that may apply.
  • We have five business days to respond to requests.  Within that period, we may send the requested copies, deny the request, provide a letter stating more time is required due to volume of requests or legal review.  If more time is needed, an estimated date of completion will be provided. (RCW 42.56)
  • We are not authorized to provide public records for commercial use. (RCW 42.56)
  • Public records are subject to disclosure unless otherwise exempt by law. If this is the case for your request, you will be notified of redactions and the law authorizing the redaction.

NOTE: Please contact the Redmond Prosecutor's Office at 425-556-2108 if documents involve a recent arrest by a Redmond Police officer or a case with pending court proceedings.

For more information, contact the Redmond Police Records Division at 425-556-2600. Hours are 8 am - 5 pm, Monday through Friday.

Methods of payment acceptable at the Police Department: VISA, MasterCard or personal check. All cash payments must be made in person at City Hall, 2nd floor.

Traffic Collision Reports

For your convenience, we've added two additional methods for obtaining traffic collision reports. Both options will allow you to process your reports in a timelier manner (and at a higher fee).

1.  Docview: https://reportsonline.docview.us.com/citizen/AgencyReportSearch.aspx?AgencyORI=WA0171200

For an $11.00 fee, involved parties can access collision reports on the secure website. Requestor must have a case number to submit the request. Typically available within 24-48 hours after the report is approved

2. Washington State Patrol:
http://www.wsp.wa.gov/publications/collision.htm

For a $9.50 fee, involved parties can access collision reports on the secure WSP website. Typically available within 48-72 hours after the report is approved.