Tumwater City Hall, Tumwater Library, and Old Town Center will be closed Monday, January 20, 2020, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Water, sewer, and street problems can be reported by calling the Public Works Hotline at (360) 754-4150. Police, fire, and emergency medical response services will be available as usual. Emergency? Call 9-1-1

Police to Citizen (P2C) Online Reporting

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Report a Crime

  • Theft, Vehicle Prowl, Vandalism, or Lost Property - P2C Online Services
    • Single victim
    • Loss does not exceed $3000
    • Not more than 5 stolen items
    • There is no suspect information
    • There are no leads
    • No firearms or license plates were stolen
  • The reporting person will receive an e-mail notification of:
    • Approval - the assigned case number will be provided
    • Rejection - outline of additional information needed or direction for officer contact
  • The ability to report other crimes will be considered in the near future

Search for Information

  • Users can view Incidents, Accidents and/or Arrests
  • Users can search by date, address, case number or name
  • Users can map search results
  • Copies of Incident reports are not available online.  A Public Records Request Form will still need to be submitted.

Accident Report

  • Users can obtain a copy of a collision report at P2C Online Services
  • Must know the name of an involved driver, driver's license number, driver's license state and date of collision in order to download

Jail Inmates

Daily Bulletin

  • Users can view a 24-hour snapshot of the LERMS agencies activity at P2C Online Services
  • Users can view incidents and arrests
  • Users can search by date

Bicycle Registration

  • Users can register their bicycles with LERMS at P2C Online Services
  • Allows law enforcement an opportunity to return lost/stolen bicycles to their owner


  • Citizens can make an informal citizen complaint by talking, by telephone or in-person, to the officer's supervisor.
  • Citizens can file a formal citizen complaint regarding an officer's conduct by downloading and filling out the Citizen Complaint Form. The form must be turned in to the Tumwater Police Department in-person.