OSPI and school districts will have records from the Washington State Patrol. You can go to the WSP office and request to inspect your own record. Or, for $10, you can also go to the WSP website and order a “WATCH” transcript (Washington Access to Criminal History), which will allow you to view and print everything on your record in this state.
Although your charge was dismissed, it will still show up on Washington State Patrol records. Unfortunately, you do have to wait for the statutory requirement of two years to elapse before you can petition to have your non-conviction law enforcement records deleted. You may find additional helpful information at the following website: www.legalvoice.org
Washington statutes regarding dissemination of criminal records and conditions for deletion of non-conviction records can be found on the Washington Courts website: apps.leg.wa.gov
Deletion of certain information, conditions.
Restricted, unrestricted information – Records.