Public Report Regarding Officer Involved Shooting

Public report regarding July 3rd, 2019 Officer Involved Shooting - Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park is now posted.


Notification of Prisoner Releases due to COVID-19

With the announcement from Governor Inslee about the imminent release of hundreds of prison inmates in an effort to protect the prisoners from the COVID-19 pandemic, and the advisement that victims involved in these cases may not be notified in advance, we wanted to provide the community with resources that are available to provide some amount of notification.

If you wish to be notified of an offender's release from Jail, please sign up for VINELINK.  You will be notified automatically within 15 minutes of the offender's release.  This program is anonymous, and you can get to the website 2 ways – or go to the jail roster, and click the offender you want to register to be notified about -

 If you wish to be notified of an offender's release from Prison, there are a couple of ways to be notified. 

VINELINK ( also has an option to notify when an offender is being released from prison, although it is not as immediate as when they are released from jail.

 You can sign up for notification through the DOC Victim Notification Program.  WWW.DOC.WA.GOV/VICTIMS

You may be able to contact them directly at 1-800-322-2201, victimservices@doc1.wa

 If the prisoner was eligible for a "parole hearing", you may be able to receive information from the ISRB (Indeterminate Sentence Review Board).  You may be able to contact them at,  (866) 948-9266, or (360) 407-2408

 Local groups are also available to assist with advocacy and safety planning:

Crime Victims Assistance Center (Assistance with every crime type except sexual assault and domestic violence) – (360) 874-8270

YWCA (Assistance with Domestic Violence Issues) – 24 hour crisis line 1-800-500-5513; legal services (360) 479-0491; Shelter (360) 479-5118

KSAC (Sexual Assault Center) – 24 hour crisis line (360) 479-8599; Office (360) 479-1788

If you are still running into roadblocks, you may always contact our Victim/Witness Unit at the Prosecutor's Office and we will work diligently to find out the answer.  You can reach us at (360) 337-7174, or at