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Contact the police department that investigated the accident. If it was the Puyallup Police Department, fill out a Public Disclosure Request form online and submit. If you are unsure of the jurisdiction in which the collision occurred, you are welcome to contact the Puyallup Police Department Records Unit for information.
Contact the police department where the incident was reported. If it was the Puyallup Police Department, fill out a Public Disclosure Request form online and submit. Please note that record requests take time for processing and more reports will not be released immediately.
Puyallup Police Department provides electronic fingerprint services on a walk in basis Thursdays from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. PPD can only print on FD-258 cards, if you need a different type of card you will be required to bring your own.
There is a $10.00 per card, $3 per additional card, fingerprint fee.
PPD does not offer ink fingerprinting.
The Washington State Patrol’s WATCH program is available for background checks or criminal records and can be found online through Washington State Patrol. The WATCH report provides conviction data and one year of charges for Washington State only.
The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department maintains an informative website on sex offender status/sex offender search for Pierce County, including Puyallup.
Puyallup Police Department partners with Pierce County to provide you with Pierce County Neighborhood Crime Data for all areas of Pierce County, including Puyallup. The website address is: https://communitycrimemap.com/
The City of Puyallup has a Domestic Violence Advocate on staff in the legal department. The Victim Advocate can be contacted by phone at (253) 435-3654.
To file a commendation or complaint, you can call the Police Department at (844)-821-8911 and ask to speak to the supervisor on duty for Puyallup or submit a letter to the Police Department at 311 W. Pioneer, Puyallup 98371.
The Puyallup Police Department has a Prescription Pill and Drug Disposal drop box located in the lobby at 311 W. Pioneer. Citizens can bring in their expired or unused prescription medications and dispose of it in the metal container. All the items in the container are then collected and properly destroyed.
NO SHARPS, NEEDLES, OR OVER THE COUNTER MEDICATIONS are accepted in the drop box container.
If you live within the city limits of Puyallup you can apply in person at the Puyallup Police Department. Applications are available online through Washington State Department of Licensing or in person at PPD during business hours. If you live in the unincorporated area of the county, you must apply in person at South Sound 911 in Tacoma. Fingerprinting is required for a Concealed Pistol License. PPD offers fingerprinting services on Thursday afternoons from 3:00 -4:00 p.m. on a walk-in basis. For more information on obtaining a Concealed Pistol License, call (253) 841-5415 to speak with Police Records.
If you are a resident of Puyallup, you may obtain a notarized clearance letter in person at the Records Division. Please call (253) 841-5415 to schedule an appointment with the records clerk for the notary services.