Police 2 Citizen

What is P2C?

Badges on computer monitorP2C (Police to Citizen) is a joint effort of local police departments in Thurston County including Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, Yelm, and Tenino.

These departments worked together to combine their resources and records management databases to create a centralized website for easy public access to online police services and police records.

The P2C website has been built for expansion and will allow us to offer even more online services in the future.


Available Services

Damaged vehicleAccident Reports 

Need an accident report for your insurance company? Before P2C, getting an accident report could take several days or a trip into the police station. Now you can fill out a simple online form from the convenience of your home, and get it immediately! 

Request an Accident Report


Stolen bike recovered by OPDBike Registration 

OPD acquires over 150 lost or stolen bikes each year. Registering your bike is the best way to make sure you get it back if something happens. It's easy! Just provide your information at the link below and if we recover it, or if someone turns it in, we'll contact you.

Register your Bike


Newspaper iconDaily Bulletin 

The Daily Bulletin is a list of incidents and arrests that have occurred throughout the day. Each listing includes the case number, a description of the event, suspect and/or victim information, and the reporting officer. You may also view and print prior days' bulletins.

View the Daily Bulletin


Jail CellJail Inmate Listing

The inmate listing contains information about people currently incarcerated in the Olympia Municipal Jail. It includes each inmates name and details, their arrest date and primary charge, and the booking agency. Thurston County Jail inmates can be found on their site.

View the Inmate Listing


Property being stolen from backpackProperty Theft Reporting

Use this online form to report property thefts that meet specific criteria. If you know who stole your property, if the total value is greater than $3,000, if a vehicle or firearm has been stolen, or if someone entered your home or another structure you must call dispatch at 360.704.2740. 

Report a Theft


Olympia crime mapCrime Information

Wondering what types of crime are happening in your neighborhood or about a specific accident or incident? This comprehensive tool allows you to search by date, location, type of event, involved parties and more. View your results in a list or on an interactive Google map.

Search Crime Information


Questions?

Contact Jeanelle Stull at 360.709.2778 or jstull@ci.olympia.wa.us