The Administration Division is the first contact for visitors entering the police department. The Administrative Division is commanded by the Administrative Manager, whose primary responsibility is to provide general management, direction, and control for the Administration Division. 

The Administration Division consists of the Records Unit, Volunteer Management, and Administrative Services, as well as numerous functional areas.


Did you know the Lake Stevens Police Department has a records section? They do! This is where all official reports of incidents of the LSPD are maintained. In addition to responding to your requests, the Records Unit also assists the prosecutors and courts with requests, so it plays a significant role in our community. Under the direction of the Administrative Manager, the Records Unit is staffed with Records Supervisor, four Records Specialists and volunteers.

Hours of Operation

  • Monday - Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (May vary due to training, meetings, and other events)
  • Closed Saturdays and Sundays
  • Closed all government holidays


The records specialists are responsible for:

  • Assisting the prosecutors and court with requests
  • Entering the appropriate information into the Police Department's records management system
  • Processing reports and files
  • Providing support to the officers by maintaining and accurately entering missing persons and stolen property into the national database
  • Processing Concealed Weapons Permits and gun transfers
  • Responding to public requests
  • Providing crime data to the FBI and WA State
  • Searching records

Other Services

Other services provided by the Records Section include:

Obtaining a Report

Reports may be obtained by completing a Records Request Form. To request a report, we need:

  • The case number or the names of the parties involved
  • The date and time on which the incident took place
  • The location of the incident

Photo of LSPD Ubert Administrative Manager

Julie Ubert is currently the Administrative Manager with the Lake Stevens Police Department. Julie began her career in 2004 and her expertise includes police records management, accreditation, policy and procedure, budget planning, hiring/recruitment, and public records disclosure. Currently overseeing Police Records and Volunteers, Julie is also the accreditation, policy, and budget planning manager for the Department.

Julie served as the Treasurer for the Washington State Law Enforcement Information and Records Association (LEIRA) since 2008 and in 2019 received their Lifetime Achievement Award. Currently, she is an instructor, locally and nationally, for LEIRA and PRI Management Group. 

Julie holds a Bachelor's Degree in Hospitality Management from Washington State University and brings a unique perspective on balancing internal and external customer service.