Kitsap County Sheriff's Office
614 Division  MS-37, Port Orchard WA 98366 Phone:(360)337-7101 * Fax:(360)337-4923


On-line Crime Reporting

 Welcome to the Kitsap County Sheriff's Office's Citizen on-line reporting system. The Sheriff's Office encourages citizens and visitors to prepare their own report all crimes that occur in Kitsap County where there is NO KNOWN SUSPECT or for information only:

Harassing phone calls

Lost property

Hit and run accidents

Theft under $500

Identity theft


Traffic Problems

Supplemental Reports or Information

Do not report vehicle thefts, burglaries, and missing or stolen firearms via the online reporting system, please call 911 and have a Deputy respond to take your report.

If you have evidence to be collected or have information that could identity a suspect for your previously reported crime, please call 911.

If you wish additional investigative work done on your report, do not file your report online, rather call 911 to report the incident.

Do not include pictures or other attachments to your report.

If you do, it will not be included in your final report.

Parking Complaints and abandoned vehicles should be reported to Kitsap 1

To Start your online report select the button below

Start Your Report

or you can select the following link:

Please ensure the information you enter is accurate or your report will be returned for clarification.

Other non-emergency incidents should be reported by calling 911 or 360-337-7101, during business hours. More case types will be added in the future.

If your incident is not police related, or you are not sure who your comment should go to, you can contact Kitsap1 at 360-337-5777 or









Last Updated:  February 08, 2017

Chief of Support Services
Dave White

(360) 337-7101

(360) 337-7104

(360) 337-7101

Concealed Pistol Licenses and Fingerprinting hours are from 09:00am to 11:00am and from 1:30pm to 3:30pm, Monday through Friday at the Port Orchard and Silverdale Offices.


If you have an emergency or need a Deputy to respond, do not email. Call 911.

If you would like to be notified of new media releases, please contact:
Deputy Scott Wilson
(360) 337-5698

Web Coordinator Email


To Request a Report or Other Public Record Email

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