Public Record Request

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 June 2019 09:02

CLICK HERE to Request a Copy of a Collision Report

Public Records Fee Information

Pullman City Council passed a resolution adopting a fee schedule for the production of public records, effective January 1, 2019. Before submitting your request to the Police Department, please click here to review a schedule of applicable fees.  

Request a Copy of a Police Report

Click here to submit your request through our online portal OR please provide the following information in order to obtain  a copy of a Pullman Police Department case report:

  1. Your full name(first, middle, and last), date of birth, and anything else that will help us to identify that we are researching the correct person in our database (driver's license number, Social Security Number, sex, race, etc.). This letter needs to have your signature. 
  2. Identify in the letter exactly what you are looking for. For example: if you are looking for a copy of a report what is the case report number? If you don’t know the number, when did the incident happen, what type of incident, where did it happen, how were you involved, etc. Again, anything that will help us identify what you are looking for. 

You may make your request in person, or by mail to:

Pullman Police Department
Attention: Records Department
260 SE Kamiaken Street
Pullman, WA 99163

As soon as we receive these items from you, we can search our local database and advise you of the cost of the report. We charge $.15 cents per page copied. Once we have received payment, we will mail out the report you requested. Please be sure to send us an address of where we can send the report. Also, a phone number would be handy in case we have any questions.

CLICK HERE to print the request form.

While public records not specifically protected under state statute are available for disclosure, it is important to note that there are exemptions which may prohibit or restrict the release of certain law enforcement records. 

 Request for Departmental Statistics Information

If you would like statistics please refer to the Monthly and Annual Activity Statistics page on our website. To obtain additional statistical information, you may email the Records Department with the following information:

  1. Incident type
  2. Time frame
  3. Location
  4. Please provide your name and a way to contact you should we have any questions.

If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to call the Pullman Police Department's Records Division at (509) 334-0802.


The public records officer for the Pullman Police Department is Josh Sanders.