Accident Reports


The information contained in this section is pursuant to RCW 46.52.080 and RCW 46.52.083.

Accident reports are considered confidential and not subject to release except by RCW 46.52.080 and RCW 46.52.083.

Who has access?

To individuals having “proper interest.” Proper interest is defined as, the driver or drivers involved, or the legal guardian thereof, the parent of minor driver, any person injured therein, the owner of vehicles or property damaged thereby, the attorney or insurer, or any authorized representative of such an interested person.

What information is releasable?

Names of persons reported as involved in the accident, vehicle descriptions, date, time and location of the incident.

Exempt

Signed drivers statement RCW 46.52.083. Toxicology results from persons killed in traffic accidents may be disseminated to non-law enforcement entities only upon court order. Toxicology, BAC or PBT arising from a traffic arrest may be disseminated to the person subject to the test and/or his/her attorney (with a letter of proof of attorney-client relationship). RCW 46.52.065

Considerations

If a juvenile has been charged with or is under investigation for a criminal offense, his or her name and all information which might tend to identify him/her or his/her family must be deleted.

Refer to RCW 13.50.050(5)

A $10.00 fee may be assessed for a copy of the accident report.

Sex Offenders


Visit the Washington State Sex Offender Information Center for more detailed local information.

Washington State Law strictly limits public disclosure of all Level I Registered Sex Offender information.

Information shall be shared with other law enforcement agencies and, upon request, relevant, necessary and accurate information may be disclosed to any victim or witness to the offense and to any individual community member who lives near the residence where the offender resides, expects to reside, or is regularly found. Level I offenders MAY NOT be the subject of general public notification.

Level I Sex Offenders in the City of Selah

There are currently 19 Level I Sex Offenders living within the city limits of Selah.

You may contact the Selah Police Department, 617 S. 1st Street, to receive specific information about one of the individuals if you meet the legally mandated criteria. Anyone requesting such information will be required to show that they are entitled under the State Law to receive the information. For general information or criteria concerning sex offenders, you may call the Selah Police Department at (509) 698-7347.

Level II Sex Offenders

Washington State Law Prohibits the Public disclosure of Level II Sex Offenders except under specific criteria. Level II notifications including relevant, necessary and accurate information may be disclosed to public and private schools, child day care centers, family day care providers, business and organizations that serve primarily children women or vulnerable adults, and neighbors and community groups near the residence where the offender resides, expects to reside or is regularly found. Level II offenders MAY NOT be the subject of general public notification.

Level II Sex Offenders in the City of Selah

There are currently 2 Level II Sex Offenders living within the city limits of Selah.

Level III Sex Offenders

Washington State Law permits notification about Level III offenders that include relevant, accurate and necessary information. This information MAY BE disclosed to the public at large.

Level III Sex Offenders in the City of Selah:

There are currently No Level III Sex Offenders living within the city limits of Selah.