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The police Records Division is located on the first floor of the City Hall / Police Department building at 130 E. Sunset Way. Customer service is located at the walk-up counter in the first-floor lobby area.  

Vehicle Collision Reports
If you need to fill out a collision report, the forms are located in our lobby. You can also access the forms online.

Existing collision reports are available online through Docview.

This innovative online document management technology enables users to find and view collision reports, usually within 1-4 days after an investigation is completed. 

If you have any questions or cannot find your report, call Docview Customer Support at 1-866-394-0832 (6 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday - Friday) or the Issaquah Police Department Records Unit at 425-837-3200.

Obtaining Police Records
You may request a copy of a police report in person or through the mail. The cost is 15 cents per page. Records-request forms are available at our customer service window in the lobby.  

We will respond to your request within five business days. In some circumstances, you will be asked to present photo ID at the time you request or pick up your report. This is to comply with laws regarding the release of restricted information. If your case is a criminal case, your request may be forwarded to the city prosecutor for release.  

Our records department is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday to Friday (closed on holidays) for records requests, questions and scheduled public inspections. If you choose to mail in your request, include a letter with your information, as well as your case number and a self-addressed stamped envelope. Mail your request to:

  • Issaquah Police Department
  • Attn: Records
  • P.O. Box 1307
  • Issaquah, WA 98027

If you have any questions please call Issaquah Police Records Division at 425-837-3200. 

We do not release police reports over the phone, fax or through email. Public disclosure requests will be taken over the phone, fax or through email and released with appropriate redactions. 

Criminal History Information  
The Washington State Patrol Identification and Criminal History Section (WASIS), has established the website WATCH as the official online resource for providing criminal history conviction records for the state of Washington. 

Issaquah Contacts
Rana Hoover
Records Supervisor and Public Records Officer

Ph: 425-837-3200