Skagit County Sheriff
"Committed To Your Safety"
The Sheriff's Office is open for records requests from to 8:30 to 4:30 Monday through Friday, excluding holidays and county closure days.
The Records Division of the Skagit County Sheriff's Office is staffed by 7 support Services Technicians and occasional volunteers. The Records Division is responsible for transcription of police reports, processing and issuing concealed pistol licenses and other miscellaneous permits, fingerprinting, public disclosure requests, dissemination of police reports to the prosecutor, warrant and order entry, and reception.
We always recommend calling ahead before being fingerprinted.
Please note: Fingerprinting services have been suspended until further notice.
The Skagit County Sheriff's Office is committed to responding to your requests for public records in a timely manner. We prefer requests be made in writing. The Records Division will disseminate the information in accordance with the Washington State Public Disclosure Act (RCW 42.56). A clear description of the specific report you are requesting will help expedite your request.
The following information
will be most helpful:
If you do not have the case number, you will need to provide:
The methods for requesting a copy of a case report are: