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Found property can be released to the owner with appropriate proof of ownership. Found property that is not claimed by the owner may be claimed by the person who turned the property in, when certain legal conditions are met.
Property that has been held for safekeeping may be released back to the owner but release may be delayed, depending on why it was initially held. A representative of the owner may pick up property with proper documentation.
You must make an appointment prior to coming to the Police Department to pick up property. Contact our evidence technicians at (509) 942-7343.
You may only apply for a concealed pistol license from the Richland Police Department if you reside within the City of Richland.
Call the Richland Police Department at (509) 942-7340 for more information.
The nonrefundable fee, paid upon application, for the renewal of such license is $32. A licensee may renew a license if the licensee applies for renewal within ninety days prior to the expiration date on his/her current license.
A licensee renewing after the expiration date of the license must pay a late renewal penalty of $10 in addition to the renewal fee. The nonrefundable fee, paid upon application, for a late renewal is $42.
The non-refundable fee for replacement of lost or damaged licenses is $10.
Payment shall be by cash, check, money order or credit/debit at the option of the applicant. The Richland Police Department accepts check or money order payments for the exact amount of the transaction. Other payment types may be made for concealed pistol licenses but must be taken to Richland City Hall by the applicant for receipt of the monies.
The rate for hiring off-duty officers is $35 per hour with a minimum 3-hour work period ($105 per officer). Two officers are normally assigned to events.
Contact Officer Doug Doss at (509) 430-3904 for more information.
Requests for reports are reviewed and released after approval.
For more information or to request a report please call (509) 942-7340. Records Request Form
Proactive emphasis patrols will be conducted as staffing levels, calls for service and prioritized crime problems allow. The radar trailer may be deployed as a part of responding to your neighborhood speeding complaints.
Washington State seat belt law.
Washington State child restraint law.
Drivers are not required to make a written report when the accident is investigated by Law Enforcement.