Thurston County facilities are open to the public with safety measures to slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect public and employee health. Learn more here.
Victims or witnesses who wish to be notified of an inmate’s release or transfer from custody must self-register for notification through the WA Statewide Victim Information & Notification Service by calling the toll-free phone number or registering on the website listed below:
Victims or witnesses wishing to be notified of the release of inmates sentenced to the DOC must self-register for notification through the WA Statewide Victim Information & Notification Service by calling the toll-free phone number or registering on the website listed below:
Victims of Defendants sentenced to the DOC on violent felony crimes or sex offenses are eligible to be enrolled in the DOC notification program upon sentencing of the defendant. Victims must self register by contacting DOC Victim Notification Program directly by or visiting the website listed below.
This program can assist victims and witnesses of sexual assault or violent crimes track the location and provide release notification of a person who is in a Washington state psychiatric hospital, a facility for juveniles or the Special Commitment Center for sexual predators. This program is confidential.
Rural And Underserved Victims Of Domestic Violence
Crime Victim Resources
Crime Victims Advocacy Network (CVAN)
Citizen's Guide to WA State CourtsCourtesy of the WA State Administrative Office of the Courts
Court Protective Orders
Domestic Violence & Stalking
Sexual Assault Victim Information
Frequently Asked Questions
Location & Contact Information for Victim Advocates
Referrals & Resources for Crime Victims
State Of Washington Crime Victims Rights
Child Crime Victims' Bill of Rights RCW 7.69A.030
Crime Victims' Bill of Rights RCW 7.69.030