With the recommendations and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and state and local health authorities, regarding social distancing and limitations on public gatherings and Governor Inslee's Proclamations and Stay At Home Orders to help slow the spread of COVID-19, Public Disclosure Requests can be submitted online (see below). Governor Inslee has temporarily waived the 5 day response time and the availability for the public to view in person or to make copies in person of any Public Disclosure Requests.

For more information and to see how the City of Bonney Lake is handling Public Records Requests please go to: www.cobl.us/OPMAPRA

Police Department Public Disclosures

The Bonney Lake Police Department receives requests for a variety of records and information - some of which are maintained by the Police Department, and others which are maintained by other government agencies. This page provides information on how to request records from the Bonney Lake Police.

Processing

If a disclosure request is received during normal business hours, the Bonney Lake Police will provide a response by the 5th business day after receipt. If the request is received when the Police Department offices are closed, the 5-business day response period will start on the next occurring business day. Within 5-business days of the receipt by the Police Department of the request for disclosure, the Public Records Officer or designee shall:

(1) Provide the record, or the portion of the record(s) subject to disclosure, after the payment of applicable fees; or

(2) Acknowledge the Police Department's receipt of the request, accompanied by an estimate of time necessary for further response; or

(3) Deny the request accompanied by an explanation of the basis of denial; or

(4) Request a deposit for the records requested along with an estimate of time necessary to complete the request; or

(5) Ask for clarification of the request for records.

The Police Department will work to expedite a response to your disclosure request. Requests will generally be handled in the order received. However, the Police may handle simple requests first based on our best estimate of how to most expeditiously handle the total number of current requests.

Fees for copies, scanning, postage, delivery, electronic records, and other miscellaneous fees are in the Bonney Lake Municipal Code 3.90.

Deposit and Payment for Duplication

Payment of duplication and applicable postage fees shall be made prior to the disclosure of public records. The Public Records Officer may require the requester to deposit a sum equal to 10% of the estimated cost prior to duplication of the records. In the event that a deposit is required, the Police Department will notify the requester of the necessity of the deposit. If the actual duplication and deposit fees are less than the amount deposited by the requester, the Police Department will return the sum in excess of the actual amount to the requester.

For more information, download the Administrative Policy & Procedure for Disclosure of Public Records.

Submit the Police Department records Request form to the Bonney Lake Police Department.

Email: PDrecords@cobl.us

In Person:
Bonney Lake Police
18421 Veterans Memorial DR
Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Fax: 253-863-2661

Phone: 253-863-2218

To request records from other City departments please view the City Public Records web page.



Contact:

Police Records

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 5:00pm

Location:
Public Safety Building
18421 Veterans Memorial DR E
Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Mailing:
Bonney Lake Police Department
ATTN: Records
18421 Veterans Memorial DR E
Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Phone: 253-863-2218

Fax: 253-863-2661

For emergencies dial 9-1-1

Dispatch/After-hours/Non-emergency: 253-841-5431