Requesting Jail Records

Requesting Jail Medical Records

The release of Jail inmate medical records, even directly to an inmate, requires a signed Authorization for Use and Disclosure of Health Care Information form signed by the inmate. No medical information on an inmate will be released without this completed form or without a court order signed by a judge. Once the form has been completed and signed, it may be submitted in person, by mail, email, or fax to:

Snohomish County Corrections
Attn: Medical Records Requests
3000 Rockefeller Ave., M/S 509
Everett, WA 98201
Email County Corrections
Fax: 425-339-3526

Jail Inmate Records

The following information is available for public release via the daily jail register.

  • Inmate name
  • Booking date(s)
  • Description of charge(s)
  • Offense date(s)
  • Bail bond information
  • Arresting agency

In accordance with the City and County Jails Act (RCW 70.48.100), all other inmate records are confidential and may only be provided directly to the inmate, upon written permission from the inmate, or by a court order signed by a judge.

To obtain inmate records (other than jail medical records) please submit a records request via mail (PDF), in person, online, email, or fax (425-388-3939).

Cost for Records

Paper copies

$0.15 per page, plus postage/mailing

Scanned copies

$0.10 per page

Records uploaded to email, cloud-based storage, CD/DVD or flash drive

$0.05 each per every 4 electronic files or attachments


$1.50 each, plus postage/mailing


$1.60 each, plus postage/mailing

USB drives

$7.00 each, plus postage/mailing

Other media such as audio and photos

Actual cost plus postage/mailing

Cash, check, or money order only. Checks are made payable to “Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office” or “SCSO”. Requestors may visually inspect records in person at the Sheriff’s Office, by appointment, at no cost.

Snohomish County waives fees for production of records if the total is less than $1. Large Requests may require a deposit of up to 10% of the total estimated cost of an entire request before records are processed. When a fee is due, you will be mailed a letter notifying you of the cost and that the records are available. The fee must be paid before the records will be released.

Other Public Records  

For information on requesting the release of non-jail records (e.g. police reports), visit the Sheriff’s Office Public Records webpage or the Snohomish County Public Records webpage.

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