Welcome to the Washington State Patrol (WSP) digital communications center. Listed below are all the official accounts, pages, channels, and feeds currently and actively moderated by the WSP. To directly contact the Washington State Patrol, please see the Agency Directory, or in the case of an emergency, dial 9-1-1.
The department uses e-mail lists to distribute information to the public and media services. We provide two (2) types of media lists, one for traditional media releases and another for press memos that cover vehicle collisions. For additional information and instructions on subscribing to these lists, please see our Listserv Resource Page.
@wastatepatrol - Washington State Patrol's agency account, handling public inquiries regarding matters of policy or statewide interest. It is maintained by the Office of Government and Media Relations (GMR). Follow @wastatepatrol
@wafiremarshal - Washington State Fire Marshal's Office account, handling public inquiries, fire mobilization updates, and more. It is maintained by the State Fire Marshal's Office. Follow @wafiremarshal
@wspd1pio - Trooper Guy Gill is the Public Information Officer (PIO) tweeting for District 1 (D1), which includes Pierce and Thurston counties. Trooper Gill also tweets trooper recruiting information as the D1 Recruiter. Follow @wspd1pio
@wspd2pio - Trooper Chris Webb is the Public Information Officer (PIO) tweeting for District 2 (D2), King County. The following back-up PIO's will also be contributing, and their tweets will be signed with their initials.
@wspd4pio - Trooper Jeff Sevigney is the Public Information Officer (PIO) tweeting for District 4 (D4), which includes Adams, Ferry, Lincoln, Pend Orielle, Spokane, Stevens and Whitman counties. Follow @wspd4pio
@wspd5pio - Trooper Will Finn is the Public Information Officer (PIO) tweeting for District 5 (D5), which includes Clark, Skamania, Klickitat, Cowlitz and Lewis counties. Follow @wspd5pio
@wspd6pio - Trooper Darren Wright is the Public Information Officer (PIO) tweeting for District 6 (D6), which includes Chelan, Douglas, Grant, Kittitas, and Okanogan counties, and the northeast corner of Adams County. Trooper Wright also tweets as the D6 Recruiter. Follow @wspd6pio
@wspd7pio - Trooper Mark Francis is the Public Information Officer (PIO) tweeting for District 7 (D7), which includes Snohomish, Skagit, Whatcom, and Island counties.
Trooper Keith Leary also tweets as a back-up PIO, as well as the D7 Recruiter. His tweets are signed with his initials (KL).