WWU PD Records is the custodian for all reports, documents, and public records generated by WWU PD, and is responsible for the entry of data into local, state, and national crime databases.
WWU PD Records gathers statistics and generates reports to The Department of Education and other government agencies in order to comply with law enforcement grant requests. Information and statistics are also reported to the FBI and Washington State Patrol in order to ensure the highest level of public safety.
Requests for copies of reports can be made in person, by phone (360-650-3579), by fax (360-650-3367), or by mail. The address for mailed requests is: WWU PD, Records Office, 2001 Bill McDonald Parkway, Bellingham, WA 98225.
We encourage you to use the WWU PD Report Request download, and file the completed form. Reports are subject to review in order to protect individual privacy, pursuant to the Washington Public Records Act. Hard copies of reports are free if under 30 pages; if over 30 pages, a 15 cent per page fee is required, as well as any postage necessary.
The University Police offers limited fingerprinting services for the WWU community. We fingerprint those who are accepted into departments that require students to work within the school setting, and for new WWU hires.
Fingerprinting is done by appointment only, walk-ins are not accepted. Call University Police at 650-3579 to schedule an appointment.