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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.
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
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
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
KCSO SAR is searching for 76-year-old Stephen J COOK who went missing from his Shoreline-area home (300 blk NW 175th St). He has dementia, diabetes and cardiac issues. He may be wearing a blue jacket w/ white shirt. Call KCSO non-emergency (206/296-3311) if you see Stephen. https://t.co/1VjRVznjvO
King County Sheriff's Office detectives are seeking the public’s help in locating Precious-Grace Tago, a 28-y/o mother last seen in Tukwila. She is 4’11” tall and 130 lbs. Persons with information are asked to call KCSO at
206/296-3311. Please reference case C21000961. https://t.co/VzHGALUouu
The King County Sheriff’s Office North Precinct (Sammamish) is currently without phones/power. Please dial 206/296-3311 if you need to speak with a deputy. Always call 911 for emergencies. Be patient and drive slowly to support those working to restore King County's power.
A widespread and dangerous avalanche cycle is expected at all elevations of the Cascades and beyond through Wednesday PM. KCSO Search & Rescue asks hikers not to travel in avalanche terrain. See https://t.co/KNQUhuTqHv for more information. https://t.co/cXD4JWSxCk
KCSO deputies, with help from Guardian One, safely ended a pursuit that traveled from SeaTac to Burien via Federal Way. The driver is in in-custody for a felony DV-court order violation and other potential charges. No persons, including two children in the SUV, were hurt. https://t.co/Vx34THmOJx
The King County Sheriff’s Office is currently experiencing technical issues with our non-emergency phone number (206/296-3311). Please call 911 for emergencies.
On-line reporting is always available at https://t.co/E9cMPJryFf
#Update: Thanks to great work by SAR volunteers and KCSO deputies, Andrew has been located near Carmichael Road. He will be transported to a local hospital, with minor injuries, by Fall City Fire & Rescue. Job well done by all - https://t.co/gvi8lYZzfg
KCSO + SAR volunteers are actively searching Fall City / Preston (SE 54th / 322nd Ave SE) for 38-year-old ANDREW FAWCETT, an endangered person. Mr. Fawcett is wearing blue jeans and a long-sleeve blue shirt. Thank you for calling 911 if you locate Andrew. https://t.co/O2PEbACb6c
KCSO + SAR volunteers are assisting with this search. Thank you for calling the Bothell Police if you see Mr. Hernandez. https://t.co/QeHK6lh9d8
MISSING VULNERABLE ADULT. 74 yo Ceferino Hernandez who has dementia walked away from his residence 9400 blk NE 149 Court. Last seen wearing blue shirt, blue jeans with anterior stains, and black shoes. If located call Bothell Police (425)486-1254 https://t.co/XbY42iYQdT
#Update: King County Sheriff's Office deputies have three persons detained following the SW 107 / 26th Ave SW incident. Detectives remain on-scene for this active investigation. Please expect traffic delays. https://t.co/p2FyS9CgS3
#Update: KCSO deputies and techs have made the area around 11800 16th Ave S safe. Community members may return home. All roads have re-opened. A 35-year-old male will be booked for Poss. Stolen Vehicle with other charges possible pending investigation. https://t.co/kzITgdPHkZ
#Update: KCSO has learned the 29-year-old man shot Tuesday (Nov-24) in SeaTac has succumbed to this injuries. The 28-year-old male suspect remains in custody. Detectives continue their investigation. Our thoughts are with all families that have been touched by gun violence.
KCSO Search and Rescue is searching Shoreline for 76-year-old Stephen Cook. He left his home in the 500 blk. of NW 175th Ct at 3:00. Mr. Cook has Alzheimer's, diabetes and is not dressed for the weather.
Please call the non-emergency line (206-296-3311) if you locate Stephen. https://t.co/5u4Z80pw2j