Welcome to Thurston County Pretrial Services
 

​Contact Information

2000 Lakeridge Drive SW, Bldg. 2
Olympia, WA  98502
 
Phone:  360-754-2946
Fax:  360-754-2952
 
Public Hours:  
M - F, 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

​Address Verifications
360-754-2946

​Marianne Clear, Director
360-867-2999

​Kelley McIntosh, Pretrial Specialist
ADA Coordinator
360-754-3355 x6266

​Sherry Jackson, Pretrial Specialist
360-786-5230

​Roman Rideout, Pretrial Specialist
360-709-5908

​Evan Sullivan, Pretrial Specialist
360-786-5201

 

The Pretrial Services Department: 

  • Keeps jail resources dedicated to higher risk offenders to ensure follow-up court appearances and preserve public safety

  • Identifies potential inter-department efficiencies; and

  • Strikes a balance among community safety, defendant well-being, return court appearance and cost-savings. 

    
If the court orders Pretrial Services Supervision as a condition of release, the individual must report to the Pretrial Services Office in person by the time specified on the court order (typically 3 p.m. the day following release from custody). Supervision will remain until the case is resolved or the Court removes the condition.

 

 

National Corrections Academy in Aurora, Colorado

from left to right: Prosecuting Attorney Jon Tunheim, Judge Carol Murphy, Marianne Clear, Patrick O’Connor and Judge Kalo Wilcox seated together during a break from class at the Pretrial Executives training.

​The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) selected five professionals from Thurston County to attend the Orientation for New Pretrial Executives training in August 2017.  The application pool was competetive and they were not able to fund everyone who applied.  The faculty consisted of professionals from both NIC and National Association of Pretrial Service Agencies.  The objectives included enhancing knowledge in:  1) principles of pretrial justice law, 2) pretrial justice research, 3) elements of a high functioning pretrial system, 4) elements of a high functioning pretrial agency and 5) leading change.