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Thurston County, Washington

The content on the Thurston County website is currently provided in English. We are providing the “Translation” for approximately 10 languages. The goal of the translation is to provide visitors with limited English proficiency to access information on the website in other languages. The translations do not translate all types of documents, and it may not give you an exact translation all the time. The translations are made through an automated process, which may not result in accurate or precise translations, particularly of technical and legal terminology.

Pretrial Services

Clients ordered to report to Pretrial Services can report in person or by phone (360-754-2946) for Intake. Please be sure to report within 2 Court dates of release from custody.  You will find out who your Pretrial Services Officer will be and discuss your reporting obligations at that time. Monitoring schedule may consist of both in-person and telephonic reporting.

If the Court ordered urine analysis testing, Pretrial Services may ask for urine samples. Please ask your Pretrial Officer for information on when and where to conduct testing.

​The person who owns the home or is on the rental agreement and can verify the individual in-custody is able to stay at the residence for the duration of the case may call Pretrial Services at 360-754-2946 to provide the address and phone number.

The Prosecuting Attorney's Office, not the victim, is responsible for filing criminal charges. The alleged victim may contact their office directly at (360) 786-5540 to speak with the Victim Advocate and obtain for further information. 

​If you are assigned an attorney through Thurston County Public Defense call their office at (360) 754-4897 and schedule an appointment with your attorney.

Please consult your attorney.

To access the Odyssey portal click here

​Please consult your attorney and refer to the Thurston County Drug Court for eligibility criteria.

​Please consult your attorney and refer to Thurston County Mental Health Court website.

Please consult your attorney and refer to Thurston County Veterans’ Court website.

​On the Thurston County Corrections Facility webpage you will find links to answer many of your questions about visitation, including a map. You may also call to speak with Corrections staff at 360-709-5900

​Individuals are released as the court orders are processed. This typically occurs around 6pm. However, it is recommended to contact Corrections staff directly as there are factors that impact release. The phone number to Thurston County Corrections Facility is 360-709-5900.

Pretrial Services is here to support you while your case is pending and help address hurdles where possible.  We operate a Resource Hub where you can get assistance accessing voluntary community based services.  Visit the Resource Hub Monday through Thursday from 12pm-4pm on the courthouse campus.