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King County Sheriff Information

King County is located is the western section of the state of Washington, At the 2017 census, the population was estimated to be 2,188,649. King is the most populous cunty in Washing and the 13th most populated cunty in the United States. The county seat is Seattle which is the state’s largest city. The count is named after Alabama resident William R King the vice president under President Franklin Pierce.

Sheriff’s Information

The King County Sheriff’s office is the primary law enforcement agency for unincorporated areas of King County as well as 12 cities, two transit agencies that are contracted to the KCSO. The department has over 1,000 employees and serves almost 2 million citizens.

Mitzi Johanknecht, Sheriff

Scott Somers, Undersheriff

Lisa Mulligan, Chief of Patrol Operations

Jerrell Wills, Chief of Criminal Investigations

516 Third Avenue Room W-116

Seattle, WA 98104-2312

Phone: 206-296-3311

King County Records/Court Clerk

The Clerk of the Council hold records for all council proceedings and legislation. They are responsible for the thorough and accurate processing of records and control over records identification, retrieval and locations.

Melani Pedroza, Clerk of the Council

King County Curthouse

516 Third Ave., Room 1200

Seattle, WA 98104

Washington Annual Crime Report 2017

2017 Crimes Statistics

No stats for the County just for individual police departments.

County Jail Information

The Department of Adult & Juvenile Detention is one of 15 department within King County. There are approximately 1,000 uniformed staff.

The Correctional Facility

500 Fifth Avenue

Seattle WA.

The facility was opened in 1986 and employs over 350 correctional staff.

Visiting schedules are determined by inmate locations. You need to find out where the inmate you want to visit is located and check in with jail reception fifteen minutes before the scheduled visit.

Website for visiting infozrmation and schedule

Jail Roster Information

To find an inmate in the King County detention center, search by name and date of birth.

Employment in the Sheriff’s Office

Careers with the Sheriff’s office can be found on the website at:

Apply online or contact the recruiter at:

Deputy career or entry level candidates need to undergo a testing process that can take 3 to 10 months. Apply now via Public Safety  Testing PST. These scores are valid for 1 year. Call King County Civil Service directly at 206 -447-7279 or the county Sheriff’s Office HR Department at 206-263-2664 for more information.

How to Report a Crime

If you are reporting an emergency, all 911. If you are reporting a non-emergency except for vandalisms or bombings/explosion, us the online form on the website at:

Reports will be looked at quickly. If you have changes to make to your original report, contact the sheriff’s office or find your original report and select the property category to add information.

To report graffiti that is gang -related call 206-296-3311.


Links to the sheriff’s department can be found at:

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King County Sheriff’s Office Address

516 Third Avenue Seattle, WA 98104

Phone: (206) 296-4155

Wednesday, September 18th, 2019 at 8:35pm
Double fatality collision S 202/ Des Moines Memorial Dr S, SeaTac. Driver of second vehicle being transported to HMC with life-threatening injuries. The road will be closed for hours while detectives investigate.
Wednesday, September 11th, 2019 at 11:01am
KCSO Major Crimes Detectives out at 33000 BLK SE Stevens St, Black Diamond where human remains have been located. This is an on-going investigation.
Tuesday, September 10th, 2019 at 6:08pm
#Update Major Crimes detectives are investigating this as a homicide. They will be on-scene through the night investigating.
King County Sheriff's Office PIO @kingcosoPIO
KCSO Marine Unit and Major Crimes Detectives on-scene at the 12700 BLK SE Green Valley Rd. A male was found deceased in the river. Detectives continue to investigate.
Tuesday, September 10th, 2019 at 3:08pm
KCSO Marine Unit and Major Crimes Detectives on-scene at the 12700 BLK SE Green Valley Rd. A male was found deceased in the river. Detectives continue to investigate.
Friday, September 6th, 2019 at 9:19am
K9 track is over suspect not located. It’s possible suspect fled in a vehicle but Deputies continue to investigate.
Friday, September 6th, 2019 at 9:06am
K9 track in progress near 18600 BLK 172 PL SE for a home invasion robbery suspect that fled on foot. The homeowner was not injured and the suspect was not armed at the time of the robbery.
Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019 at 6:18pm
Carjacking Inv of a tow truck. This began at 15700 BLK Ambaum BLVD SW. Suspect stole tow truck with a vehicle in tow. Rammed a KCSO Det (he was not injured) after pursuit spike strips were used to disable tow truck At 19100 BLK 1 AVE S. Driver arrested. Investigation ongoing.
Saturday, August 31st, 2019 at 11:11am
Collision investigation in Burien near S 128/ SB on-ramp 509. Suspect vehicle fleeing a shoplift struck a truck at a high rate of speed. Police were not involved prior to the collision. Suspect vehicle passenger critical injuries. EB S 128 will be closed while MARR investigates.
Thursday, August 29th, 2019 at 1:07pm
#update the 66-year-old stepfather was booked last night on an investigation of a felony assault after altercation and shooting. The 41 year old victim step-son (age incorrect in original tweet) remains at HMC. Case remains open and Major Crimes investigating.
Thursday, August 29th, 2019 at 6:48am
If you are attempting to call the King County Sheriffs Office non-emergency line of 206/296-3311 we have been advised it is not working at this time. If you need to reach us dial 911 until further notice while the issue is fixed.
Wednesday, August 28th, 2019 at 4:09pm
Shooting investigation 10000 BLK 4 AVE SW, White Center. Domestic Violence shooting, father shot his 29-year-old step son. Father is being questioned by Police. Step-son in route to HMC with life-threatening injuries.
Monday, August 12th, 2019 at 10:36pm
We are thinking about our brothers and sisters at the California State Patrol.
An officer was shot and killed earlier today while protecting the people of California. Our hearts go out to his family and colleagues. @CHP_Valley we stand with you!
Tuesday, August 6th, 2019 at 1:51pm
Great news. Missing man, Francisco Mina, has be FOUND! He was located in Shoreline and is safe and sound. Thanks to all who helped spread the word.
Sunday, August 4th, 2019 at 2:45pm
KCSO and Sea Tac PD have cleared the scene. After further investigation by deputies on scene it appears no evidence of shots being fired occurred. Roads are now back open.
Sunday, August 4th, 2019 at 2:23pm
KCSO and Sea Tac Pd are looking for a person whom displayed and fired handgun around the 19800 block of 28 Ave S. No one injured. K9 Unit enroute. Please stay out of the area while they are looking. Roads may be blocked for the search. PIO Sgt. Eric White
Saturday, August 3rd, 2019 at 8:08pm
There are no words to convey the sadness we feel for the victims of today’s mass shooting in El Paso, TX. Our hearts go out to the loved ones of those killed, to those injured and we stand with the men and women first responders who routinely run toward danger, not away from it.