Jail Booking and Reporting System (JBRS)

Using JusticeXchange by Appriss, Inc. and provided by the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs 


The Jail Booking and Reporting System, known as JBRS in Washington State and JusticeeXchange or JX nationally, is a multi-jurisdictional database of booking records.

JBRS gives criminal justice professionals an instant, up-to-date database of booking records, incident reports, and other data from thousands of agencies across the country. Users are able to perform several types of searches. For Washington State these searches include name, similar names and description. Users can create watches to be notified via email when a person has been entered into the JBRS database. Creating photo lineups is also a nifty feature of the program.

All city and county jails in Washington State are connected to the JBRS System. The Washington State Department of Corrections is also connected to the JBRS System.

How to register:

  1. Any law enforcement agency with an ORI number is eligible. 
  2. Visit https://www.justicexchange.com/jxp/ and follow the "register" instructions. 
  3. Your agency administrator or the statewide administrator will consider your registration. 
  4. Once approved, users will receive a copy of the JBRS Access Policy

Please click here to download the JBRS New Users Guide. 

For additional information about the Jail Booking and Reporting System Contact: 
Jamie Weimer, Member Outreach & Programs Manager
WA Association of Sheriffs & Police Chiefs 
[email protected] or (360) 486-2419