Year in Review
OPD's 2016 Year in Review is now available! Find crime stats and information, read stories from the street, and get caught up on what your Police Department has done in the past year.
• Download the 2016 Year in Review
The mission of the Olympia Police Department is to consistently earn the trust of the residents and visitors in our community. We accomplish our mission through a team approach to proactive policing, corrections, community education and support services. We are recognized as being compassionate, respectful, highly-trained, innovative and as people who are dedicated to making a positive difference in the City of Olympia.
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Questions or Other Requests
24 Hours a day / 7 days a week / 365 days a year
Non-emergency: 360.704.2740 or use P2C online
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Business Phone: 360.753.8300
Olympia Police Department
P.O. Box 1967
Olympia, WA 98507-1967
Main Police Station: 601 4th Ave E
City Jail: 900 Plum St SE
News & Notifications
Get the latest information from the Olympia Police Department including official news releases, incident updates, and our Stories from the Street. Note that recent arrests and crime information is now part of our P2C Online Services (see below).
• View News & Notifications
Police 2 Citizen (P2C) Services
Local police departments worked together to create a centralized website for easy public access to online police records and services. You can now request accident reports, register your bike, search crime activity, view jail inmate listings, and report crimes online, 24 hours a day.
• Access P2C Services
Olympia City Jail
This page includes visiting hours/instructions, correspondence information, and more for inmates at the Olympia City Jail. Note that Jail Inmate lookup is now part of our P2C Online Services (see above). For information about the Thurston County Jail please visit their site.
• Go to our Olympia City Jail page
The goal of Block Watch is to reduce crime by educating the community and improving communication among neighbors. Neighborhoods who work together to solve crime problems, or prevent them from happening in the first place, are less likely to suffer continued victimization.
• Start a Block Watch
Volunteers are the "community" part of community policing. We offer a variety of volunteer programs to match your interests including those who want to explore a career in law enforcement and those who simply want to assist with special events or community patrols.
• Become a Police Volunteer