This page covers a variety of resources to assist you in contacting the appropriate agency for the service you need.
(For crimes that occur within the city limits of Vancouver only)
VPD West Precinct,
2800 NE Stapleton Road
Lobby Hours 8 am to 5 pm Mon - Friday
VPD East Precinct has no front counter service. Police reports cannot be filed in person at this facility.
Crimes reported over the phone must meet the following criteria:
Telephone reports may be made by calling (360) 487-7355, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (excluding holidays). For all emergencies, or for after hour reports, please call 911. Clark County does not have a non-emergency telephone number.
Police Reports from the Vancouver Police Department are NOT held by the City. They are processed and filed by the Clark County Sheriff's Office. To request a police report, you must call (360) 397-2211 during regular business hours.
The documents and CLEAR photo ID can be brought into the VPD West Precinct during published window service hours or faxed to 695-3530, Attention PST, with the name and contact phone number to obtain the rest of the information required to complete the fraud report.
Contact the Washington State Attorney General’s Office at 1-800-551-4636 and/or the FBI at www.ic3.gov
State Patrol Vancouver District Office is located at 11018 NE 51st Circle. The Office has a drop box outside for completed forms. Extra forms available on the side of the drop box
For More Information: 360-260-6333
Visit the Washington State Patrol site and follow the instructions for obtaining a copy of a filed collision report.
The Clark County Sheriff's Office provides fingerprinting services.
Clark County Sheriff Headquarters,
707 W. 13th Street
Monday-Friday, 8:30 am – 4 pm
Costs per person (Cash only):
Vancouver Police Department does not offer fingerprinting services.
Clark County Sheriff Headquarters Bldg.,
707 W. 13th Street
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Only the Vancouver Police Department West Precinct accepts unwanted prescription medications
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday
Other law enforcement agencies that accept unwanted prescription medications include: