On 2/12/16, WSCJTC phone lines will be temporary offline for testing purposes. The following numbers will be available in case of any emergencies
|Facilities Emergency Line : 206-321-0043||Bob Sanchez : 206-255-6877|
|David Bales : 425-754-8190||Ron Napenias : 425-785-0272|
Public Records Requests
Mail: WSCJTC – Public Records
19010 1st Ave. South, Burien, WA 98148
Have a request for a WSCJTC record or other document? WAC 139-02-040 requires that all request be in writing. We accept requests via email, fax, and mail.
Please provide us with your name, mailing address, email address, and a phone number. No additional form is required.
Public Records FAQ
WSCTC training records are available to the public. Please provide us with your name, mailing address, email address, and a phone number in writing.
No. We do not provide replacement certificates. A transcript will confirm a completed course, including BLEA and COA.
For “other” records requests, please include:
A description of your request.
Dates and Names – if applicable
Document retention for curriculum is for three years. After three years, materials are no longer available. We do post past BLEA and COA Syllabus on our Curriculum page. For a current copy of any course, please send your request with the course name to the contact above.
SFST - Standardized Field Sobriety Testing – contact National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Retention for BLEA, COA and Advanced Training Course files is six (6) years. All course results are visible on a student’s transcript. Retention for curriculum is three (3) years. For any questions, please email public records.
A WSCJTC transcript lists all WSCJTC sponsored courses completed and the number of hours per course. It includes courses failed and otherwise not completed.
The Public Records Officer has five business days to respond.
We provide transcripts at no expense. If you request a record that is in paper form only, we respond with a page count and ask you to pay 15 cents per page for photocopying. Inspecting the record on campus is free.
Yes, and we prefer to send record requests by email. We will reply with a pdf document, unless you request otherwise.
Colleges often allow credit for some lessons in BLEA or COA. Whether to offer credit, and how much, is entirely at the college's discretion. We will mail, fax, or email a transcript and BLEA or COA syllabus directly to a college at no expense, if you provide the address.