The University of Washington Police Department fingerprints any current student, staff or faculty member who needs to be printed for employment or teacher certification. We do not do immigration or concealed weapons permit prints. The department is located in the Bryants Building (UW campus map: G14 on the: Southwest Campus Map) at 1117 N.E. Boat Street, a few blocks south and west of main campus.
Tuesday 2:00 - 4:00pm and Thursday 2:00 - 4:00pm. ***Please note the change in hours and days effective immediately.**
Call 206.543.0507 to arrange an appointment during one of these time periods. ***When you schedule, please keep in mind that fingerprint appointments generally take 20 minutes for both Live Scan and ink processes.***
You may make prior arrangements to accommodate special needs, but you must make these in advance and such accommodations are dependent on staff availability. Call 206.543.0507 to arrange a special appointment.
The fee for fingerprinting is $10.00 (cash only or university budget number) per card with no limit to the number of cards. Please bring two pieces of ID - at least one of which must have your picture and signature and be issued by the state or federal government (e.g., driver's license, passport).
The following is a list of fingerprinting services available. Call your nearest police department for availability if not listed below.
Bellevue Fingerprint Services 425.603.1033
|Mill Creek PD (Residents Only) 425.745.6175|
|Bothell PD 425.486.1254||Monroe PD 360.794.6300|
|Edmonds PD 425.771.0200||Mountlake Terrace PD 425.670.8260|
|Everett PD 425.257.8400||Mukilteo PD 425.353.8222|
|Kenmore PD 206.296.5020||Redmond PD (Residents & CPL Only) 425.556.2500|
|King County Courthouse 206.296.4155||Renton PD 425.430.7500|
|Kirkland PD (Residents Only) 425.587.3400||Seattle PD 206.684.8999|
|Issaquah PD (Residents Only) 425.837.3200||Shoreline PD (Residents Only) 206.546.6730|
|Lake Forest Park (Residents Only) 206.364.8216||Snohomish PD 360.568.0888|
|Lynnwood PD 425.670.5600||UWPD 206.543.0507|
King County Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) provides enhanced fingerprint ID services to the criminal justice entities within the county, including the UWPD. AFIS staff fingerprint and identify inmates booked into county jails. Wanted or dangerous offenders are identified prior to release, even if they provide false names to evade outstanding warrants. Staff also recover latent fingerprints and palmprints from major crime scenes to identify criminals. The program includes technology that makes it possible to collect and match prints. Overall, AFIS aids in solving crimes and contributes to the safety of our citizens and officers.