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Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice in Washington State 2004

Washington State Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development Juli Wilkerson, Director November 2004

Criminal Justice Data Book

The Washington Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) is a clearinghouse for crime and justice statistics. Use our searchable databases to find data on: Cr…

Economic Development

Economic Development (MRSC)

Economic Development Basics, Financing Economic Development, Fostering Economic Development, and Special Topics.

Economic Development Organizations by County

Our partners in growing the economy across the state of Washington. The Department of Commerce team of economic development experts works closely with…

Washington Economic Development Association Resource Directory

Economic Development Partners, Member Organizations, COVID-19 Resources, and Helpful Links.

Emergency Management

Emergency Planning at the Local Level (MRSC)

Washington state law requires all cities, towns, and counties to adopt and update comprehensive emergency management plans (CEMPs) and participate in …

Washington State Emergency Management Division

Looking to create your own plan? We have online resources available to help tribal, local, and state emergency planners and other parties responsible …

Emergency Communications Services and Facilities (MRSC)

Federal Emergency Notification Programs, 911 Systems, Examples of Emergency Notification Systems in Washington, and Dedicated Wireless and Radio Commu…

Data Resources

The Washington State Association of Counties (WSAC) Research Program is a partnership between WSAC and the Washington State Association of County Engineers. The primary goal of the program is to collect, analyze, and present accurate and factual data in support of the WSAC Policy Program’s advocacy.

In doing so, we try to help inform policy decisions made by our members and legislators which may impact counties. The Research Program is striving to become the central conduit for county-based data and information.

The Research Program is also dedicated to helping WSAC prepare training and educational materials that may become necessary throughout the year for our members or other important stakeholders interested in learning about county government.

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