The unit is staffed with 4 records specialists. A Support Services Lieutenant also provides assistance.
Ink fingerprinting is provided for all applicants for jobs, permits or licensing, except immigration and naturalization requests. Those services are provided at federal agencies in Seattle. Ink fingerprinting service is available Monday – Thursday, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. on a first come, first served basis.
Copies of traffic reports are provided if your name appears on the report (witness, victim, or owner) or upon verification that you are the registered legal owner of the vehicle or vehicles involved.
Copies of incident reports are provided upon completion of the public disclosure request forms. This includes witnesses, victims or suspects. The public disclosure request for information requires an interim response with in 5 days. The appropriate Revised Code of Washington (RCW) will be cited when requests are denied.
Background checks are provided for clearance or employment requests from any citizen, any level of government or agency, and commercial or private business. Requests must include both the correct date of birth and complete name (no exceptions). Local records management systems are used to check and verify requests.
Fix-it tickets are cleared at the walk up front counter when law enforcement staff is available.
Property pickup is available only after release requests are properly processed through the Crime Scenes and property staff. Property staff set the appointment pick up times only for Monday, Wednesday or Friday. Proper picture identification is required to receipt for the property.
Concealed pistol licenses may be obtained after completing an application, processing a background check, and fingerprinting. NEW Concealed Pistol License applications for City of Bremerton residents are accepted during lobby hours, Monday – Thursday, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Concealed Pistol License RENEWALS are accepted in person or via mail. For Concealed Pistol License RENEWALS ONLY, click here.
Procedures for Renewing a Concealed Pistol License Via Mail
Per RCW 9.41.070 a CPL holder may apply for a renewal 90 days prior to their CPL's expiration date and may apply for a late renewal during the 90 days immediately following their CPL's expiration.
Renewal applicants must be a resident of the city limits of Bremerton.