Corrections spokesman Chad Lewis said the three-story building wasn't damaged.
Tacoma police are investigating.
Lewis says no threat was received before the device went off at about 3:30 p.m. The office was locked down until 5 p.m., when employees went home. Lewis says the office will reopen Friday.
Offenders report to community corrections officers at the field office.
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