Requests may be may be made in person, by fax, mail, or email. Our office's business hours are 8:00 AM-4:30 PM Monday through Friday, closed from noon to 1:00 PM and Kitsap County holidays.
Kitsap County Prosecutor's OfficeAttn: Public Records Disclosure Team614 Division Street, MS-35A Port Orchard, WA 98366Phone: (360) 337-4992, Fax: (360) 337-7083Email:
here for the Kitsap County Prosecutor's Office Public Records Request form
Please provide as much information as you can to assist us in identifying the records you are requesting; including your contact information, a description of the specific records you are requesting, and the date range of records.
Within five business days of receipt of your request, the Prosecutor's Office will do one or more of the following:
No, you will not receive records that are exempt from public disclosure. For example, police reports and other investigative records collected by the Prosecutor's Office in anticipation of litigation or for litigation purposes are exempt from disclosure as attorney work product. However, you will be provided the legal basis for any redaction or the withholding of any record. Most exemptions are contained in chapter 42.56 RCW.
There is a .15 cent charge per page for paper copies and a charge for the CD for electronic records. If you choose to have the records mailed to you, rather than pick them up, you may be required to pay the cost of mailing.
No, your request and the Prosecutor's Office response to your request are not confidential and subject to disclosure.
Requests for court records should be directed to the applicable court. For information regarding court records, you may wish to contact the Kitsap County Clerk's Office at (360) 337-7164 or go to
Requests for discovery are
NOT public records requests. Requests for discovery from attorneys and treatment providers seeking discovery in a criminal case are to be directed to the Criminal Division of the Kitsap County Prosecutor's Office. Call
(360) 337-7174 or email
KCPA@co.kitsap.wa.us to be connected with the Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, or his/her legal assistant, assigned to the case.
Requests for police reports should be directed to the law enforcement agency that originated the report or made the arrest.