The Monroe Police Department is committed to providing information about incidents police officers respond to in our community. The police blotter is posted once a week with a brief description of the calls for service and officer contacts that generate a police report. Police blotters are available for approximately 30 days.
Monroe Police officers make any number of contacts and respond to numerous calls for service. The information you see in the blotter only represents those contacts that generate a report. Incidents of a sensitive and confidential nature may be excluded from the blotter to safeguard privacy of involved parties. Furthermore, we may exclude certain incidents from the blotter if inclusion would compromise an ongoing investigation or compromise the safety of the involved parties.
We encourage you to explore this resource along with our online crime mapping tool located here: https://communitycrimemap.com/.
The Monroe Police Department regularly releases community information through media releases. Information about active events or ongoing incidents may also be posted on the Monroe Police Department's official Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Public Records Requests
In an effort to maintain compliance with the requirements of the Public Records Act and relevant Washington State Public Records laws, requests for copies of police reports, or information beyond the scope of the information provided by the PIO, should be made to our Records Unit.