Washington Criminal Records

1) Washington Warrants and Most Wanted Directory.  Search for criminal wants and warrants in Washington.

2) Free searches - listed below. Washington provides free access to a number of different types of criminal record databases. We recommend starting with the resource below titled “Court Records | Criminal” to search an index of cases filed in the municipal, district, superior, and appellate courts. You can also use the resources below to search upcoming criminal court dates, state inmates, federal inmates, registered offenders, federal criminal court records (through the inexpensive PACER system), and arrests, inmates, crime maps, and criminal court records from available cities and counties.

3) Washington State Patrol.  Order a criminal history report from the State Patrol Washington Access To Criminal History (WATCH) system. Includes conviction information, arrests less than one year old with pending dispositions, and information about registered and kidnap offenders. Name and Date of Birth online searches are $10 each. Mailed requests are $17. Notary requests cost an additional $10. Fingerprint-based searches are $26.

4) Search Systems Premium Criminal RecordsUse our Search Systems Premium criminal record database to search over 500 million criminal court, inmate, and offender records, including over 75 national and international terrorist, excluded and debarred persons, exclusion lists, and most wanted databases.  The cost to search the entire dataabse is $14.95 and results are immediate.  You may instead search ur Washington State records for $9.95 that includes statewide District and Municipal Court misdemeanors going back 5 years, Superior Court felonies going back 5 years, Department of Corrections inmate records, and registered offenders.

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