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Good information helps citizens and police make decisions about law enforcement in our communities. The KCSO knows that different areas in the county have individual crime trends, prevention needs, and law enforcement priorities.

Option 1: Search by Area -

Please check www.cityprotect.com for the most current incident history. 

The link above takes you to a map with the data displayed visually. 

 

Option 2: Exportable Crime Data -

If you need to export crime data, please follow this link to the King County Open Data Hub (https://data.kingcounty.gov/Law-Enforcement-Safety/King-County-Sheriff-s-Office-Incident-Dataset/rzfs-wyvy).  The data reflected in this King County open data hub is available through December 2019.  We are working on building a new King County platform to be able to provide exportable crime data in the near future. 

 

Option 3: View Published Reports -

Since mid 2018, the Sheriff's office has submitted official crime statistics in the NIBRS format to the FBI through the Washington Association of Sheriffs & Police Chiefs (WASPC). Official crime statistics can be found in WASPC's yearly Crime in Washington report here, broken out for Unincorporated King County, the cities that contract for our services, and Muckleshoot Tribe.

 

The Sheriff's Office also provides annual and quarterly reports to our contract cities, Unincorporated areas of King County and the Muckleshoot Tribe. For 2019 and later these are in a similar format to our NIBRS stats but compiled based on the date crime was reported to us rather than the date of occurrence. Archival reports are available on request.  You can make your request here: Records Request