Olympia Arrests and Warrants

Lookup Arrest Reports, Warrants and Jail Inmates in the City of Olympia, Washington. Results Include: Arrests, Charges, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Inmate, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Public Records.

Olympia Police Department

The Olympia Police Department is located at 601 Fourth Avenue East, Olympia, WA and their phone number is 360-753-8300.  With a population of over 48,000 residents, Olympia’s Police Chief Ronnie Roberts is helping lead very efficient operations in the city.

The Olympia Police Department is split into three main divisions; Operations, Administration, and Corrections.  The Operations Division oversees a Patrol Unit that has a K-9 section, School Resource Officers, and two Traffic Officers.  With the way that the shifts are set up, the officers have an overlap of 8 hours for a much more demanding time of the day.  The Detectives Unit is managed by a Sergeant who oversees training and hiring.  The Volunteer Program includes encouraging youth to explore police careers, promoting water safety to decrease collisions, and a VIPS initiative for everyday citizens to get involved.  The Corrections Division has a municipal jail with 28 beds and they process warrants for officers to find with ease.  The Administration Division is responsible for handling work cases related to maintaining integrity for the department.  

The main jail for the Olympia Police Department is the Olympia City Jail within the Lee Creighton Criminal Justice Center located at 900 Plum St SE, Olympia WA 98501 and their phone number is 360-753-8417.  For information on warrants, the jail offers details for callers at 360-753-8729.  

With a website to visit for those wanting to know about crime in their community, Olympia PD is precise and to the point with their data.  The department has a Property and Evidence Section for property auctions, prescription drugs, firearms, found property, and a bicycle registration program.  Cyclists who have their bicycles stolen can get a better chance to have it found through the database that is in place.  

The Olympia Police Department does not respond to lost property or being locked out of vehicles as emergencies.  They also do not offer the firing range to the public for use anymore.  Graffiti is to be promptly cleaned up by someone and the department encourages citizens in the neighborhood to be part of the collective effort to reduce criminal satisfaction at the act of vandalism.

Any hate crimes or emergencies should be reported immediately to 911 because they could result in drastic situations and serious consequences.  Taking matters into a person’s own hands can also be a detrimental action; police are the most experienced for the emergency and should be contacted at the very sight of danger.  

Friday, December 14th, 2018 at 11:18am
One of current School Resource Officers celebrating his upcoming retirement with Olympia High School staff. After 30 years as an officer, congratulations Officer Curtright! https://t.co/9UGqkLzRVQ
Thursday, December 13th, 2018 at 12:57pm
19 DUI arrests during the holiday season last year! Keep others and yourself safe; plan your ride home. Extra DUI patrols starting this weekend in partnership with Target Zero. https://t.co/TnuIEf52JD
Monday, December 10th, 2018 at 2:52pm
@amy_ajostone88 Yes, those count. Thanks for checking.
Monday, December 10th, 2018 at 1:05pm
Top reason to register your personal or business security camera with OPD? Help us solve crimes faster! https://t.co/KIp0ZlwozN
Olympia Police Dept @OlyPD
Getting a new security camera for Christmas? Already have one for your home or business? Help us solve crimes faster by registering it with OPD! More details here: https://t.co/JGh5qOw5op https://t.co/Y4Ptw6DH4h
Friday, December 7th, 2018 at 3:14pm
So much fun shopping at Target with 15 kids last night during our annual Shop with a Cop. Marshal the Thurston County Courthouse Facility Dog joined us for the shopping. Thank you to everyone who contributed and volunteered! https://t.co/diTtgoReyh