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The Puyallup Police Department lobby is open Monday - Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm.
There is a disposal drop box located in the lobby for expired or unused prescription medications. No sharps or liquids are allowed.
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The Puyallup Police Department does not process requests for Police Traffic Collision Reports (PTCR). Please obtain a copy of a PTCR from the Washington State Patrol Website and you will be able to immediately download your document for a fee. If you have questions, Washington State Patrol can be reached at (360) 570-2355 or via email.
To request a copy of a Puyallup Police Department report, complete the online request form.
Your request will be reviewed in accordance with the Public Records Laws and Puyallup Police Department's Public Records Act policy. Report copies may incur a cost of up to $.15 per page. Copies of collision reports are $5 and requests for a CD/DVD incur a cost of $2 each.
To request a copy of a Puyallup Police Department Body-Worn Camera Record complete this form and submit it with your request.
We are now accepting fingerprint appointments for City of Puyallup residents only.
To schedule an appointment, please visit our online portal.
Puyallup Police Department provides electronic fingerprint services by appointment only.
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 (253)287-4455 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.
We are now accepting applications for new Concealed Pistol Licenses (CPLs). You MUST reside within the city limits of Puyallup for Puyallup PD to process your application. To apply, renew, or replace a CPL, please visit our online registration portal.
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.