Information · Complaints & Compliments
Would you like to commend a Washington State Patrol employee for a job well done?
It is the policy of the Washington State Patrol to handle compliments received from the public (by letter or electronic mail) in the following manner:
Please forward your compliments by e-mail to email@example.com. Include as much information about the employee as possible (e.g., name, badge number, location of service, etc.).
If you prefer to address your compliment in writing, send it to WSP Headquarters at:
Washington State Patrol
Or utilize our WSP Directory to locate the address and telephone number of WSP offices across the state.
Your written comments will be treated in the same manner as those received by electronic mail (see above).
The Washington State Patrol is committed to providing the highest level of law enforcement services to our citizens and stakeholders. Thank you for recognizing the efforts of a WSP employee.
WSP Complaint Process
The Washington State Patrol is committed to providing the highest level of law enforcement services to our citizens and stakeholders. To that end, an obligation exists to our employees, the department, and the citizens of the state of Washington to investigate allegations of misconduct or substandard performance.
The Patrol accepts complaints against itself and any of its employees and will investigate all accepted complaints to the appropriate disposition. A complaint may be given to the agency by any means to include in person, by telephone, or by letter.
A complaint is defined as:
Complaints can come from either an external or internal source and may be accepted from:
You can forward your comments to the WSP Office of Professional Standards at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a daytime telephone number where you may be reached.
Further information regarding the Washington State Patrol Complaint Process may be obtained by calling the Office of Professional Standards at (360) 704-4220.
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