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State of Washington Vehicle Collision Report
The operator or owner of any vehicle invoved in a collision within this state in which any person is injured, including one’s self, or in which any person’s property sustains damages in the amount of $1000.00 or more is required to complete this collision report form.
More information is available by visiting the Washington State Patrol Collision Reports page at www.wsp.wa.gov/publications/collision.htm
Register your bike with the Poulsbo Police Department. It will not garantee that you will get your bike back if it gets lost or stolen but it’s a great tool to help us to help you. Fill out the form and bring it into the Poulsbo Police Department with your bike so we can put a registration sticker on your bike. Bike Registration Form fillable
Services and Fees
**PLEASE NOTE: Fingerprinting Services will be unavailable through November 30, 2018. You may contact the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office at 360-337-7101 for this service. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The Poulsbo Police Department takes fingerprints for Firearms Dealer License, Adoption, Schools, Banks, Insurance, Bonds and Pre-Employment. If your request for fingerprinting is for Immigration and Naturalization, please contact that agency for a list of approved fingerprinting service providers. Those services are provided at Federal agencies in Seattle.
The cost for fingerprinting is $10.00 per card for City residents and $15.00 for non residents.
Fingerprinting is done at 200 NE Moe Street by appointment only on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please call 360-779-3113 to schedule an appointment.
Local Background Clearance letter
The Poulsbo Police Department can prepare a background check “clearance letter” for you if you are currently a resident of Poulsbo living within the city limits and if you have never been arrested by the Poulsbo Police Department. The fee for this letter is $15.00 per name, plus $10.00 for notarization. You may make a request at the Poulsbo Police department, 200 NE Moe Street, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
If you are concerned for the well being of an individual and are able to provide a physical address (located in the city limits of Poulsbo), the Poulsbo Police Department is able to complete a welfare check. This will mean an officer being dispatched to the location of the individual and making contact with the person in question. In order to request a welfare check please contact 911 and an officer will be dispatched to contact you. If you live outside of Kitsap County please call 360-308-5400 to reach our dispatch center.