Pacific County Police Blotter

Search for Pacific County WA police blotter information. A police blotter search provides information on police arrests, arrest reports, arresting officer, local crime, crime maps, criminal records, criminal history, felony arrests, misdemeanor arrests, police actions, suspected criminals, incident reports, victim information, and background check information.


Pacific County Police Departments are law enforcement offices charged with maintaining peace and order through stopping crimes and conducting investigations in Pacific County Washington. Police Departments respond to numerous alleged crimes every day, and they record police actions in Pacific County police blotters. These police blotters list all police arrests and other police station events. Arrest listings include the name of the suspected criminal, the time and place of the incident, the name of the arresting officer, and the name of the victim. They may also list the suspect's address and any jail bookings or prior criminal history. Police blotters provide important information on local Pacific County crime as well as an individual's criminal record, and searching blotters is part of a thorough background check. Pacific County Police Departments may also provide crime maps showing the location of local criminal activity. These police blotter records are often available on the Police Department website.

Long Beach Police Department Long Beach WA 212 Pacific Avenue 98631 360-642-2911

Raymond Police Department Raymond WA 233 2nd Street 98577 360-942-4120

South Bend Police Department South Bend WA 117 Willapa Avenue 98586 360-875-5444


Pacific County Sheriff Departments act as law enforcement agents, keeping order by stopping crimes and investigating reported criminal activity Pacific County Washington. Sheriff Departments keep detailed records on all of their actions, including arrest reports, and these activities are recorded in Pacific County police blotters. These police blotters list all Pacific County Sheriff Department arrests. Pacific County arrest reports include the name of the arrested person, the time and location of the crime, and the name of the arresting officer. Many also include the name of the victim or the person reporting the suspected crime, as well as the suspect's address and any jail bookings. Police blotters provide important information on local crimes, as well as a someone's criminal history, which can help perform a Pacific County background check. Sheriff Departments may also produce crime maps that show the location of criminal activity and arrests. These police blotter records are typically available to the public on the Sheriff Department website.

Pacific County Sheriff's Office South Bend WA 300 Memorial Drive 98586 360-875-9395