Lookup Arrest Reports, Warrants and Jail Inmates in the City of Des Moines, Washington. Results Include: Arrests, Charges, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Inmate, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Public Records.
The Des Moines Police Department
As the largest law enforcement agency in the state of Washington, the Des Moines Police Department has a strong commitment to community policing. The department encourages the community to help in addressing issues occurring in the city and to also help in resolution of their concerns. The police department is organized into three divisions: Investigations Division, Operations Division and the Administrative Services Division. Each division is commanded by a Major who directly reports to the Police Chief. In addition to maintaining law and order, the police department also offers a number of programs and services which include Drug Disposal Program, Fingerprinting, HSI Victim Notification Program, Take Me Home, TrackMole, Dog Walker Watch and AFIS Program.
The Des Moines Police Department is headed by George Delgado who is the current Chief of Police. Ranks in the police department are as follows: Chief of Police, Deputy Chief of Police, Lieutenant, Sergeant, Detective and finally police officer.
The King County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Warrants Unit is responsible for enforcing warrant s issued by the court. To check if you have an outstanding warrant it is advisable that you visit the Sherriff’s office in person. You can also check the list of sex offenders through
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In Des Moines, the overall crime rate is 33% higher than the national average with 11.37 crimes occurring daily in every 100,000 residents. In the city one has a 1 in 25 chance of being a victim of any form of crime. The average year over year crimes in Des Moines has decreased by 2%, making the city safer than 26% of the cities in the United States. Some of the safest Des Moines neighborhoods include North Hill, Zenith, the City Center, S 240th St / 20th Ave S, Pacific Hwy S / S Kent Des Moines Rd and Woodmont Beach.
Below is the physical address of Des Moines police department:
21900 11th Ave S,
Des Moines, WA 98198, United States
Phone number: +1 206-878-3301
A citizen found a white/brown male Shih Tzu type dog 8 Av S/S 200 St, with no tags. He has a microchip but info is a dead-end, so far we are unable to contact anyone. Please call us if you know anything 206 878 3301 X 0- Thanks JM
K9 Daric and Officer Boehmer assisted Auburn officers after they tried to stop a stolen vehicle that hit a police vehicle. The driver ran away into a thick wooded area. K9 Daric took charge and started the search for the suspect, located the suspect who gave up.
Job Well Done! https://t.co/GIJK56NgXi
DEDICATED TRAFFIC OFFICER
We have listened to your concerns about speeding vehicles and other traffic complaints. Starting this week Officer Shawn O’Flaherty will be assigned as a traffic safety officer.
Watch for him! kb https://t.co/7kgeJsdRiI
Today is National Peace Officers Memorial Day. Public law designates it as one of only two days each year during which government agencies, businesses and residents are to fly their U.S. flags at half-staff. #PoliceWeek2019
Our duty is to remember.
Honoring the fallen officers who have made the supreme sacrifice for their communities. Our depth of gratitude cannot be put into words.
Law Enforcement Officers of every rank and file who put their life on the line every day for their community, our greatest thank you. kb https://t.co/7H38BStVSl
Congratulations to Master Sergeant Patti Richards and Officer Shawn O'Flaherty, the recipients of the Chief's Life Saving Award for heroism in the line of duty. These officers rescued a small child from a locked apartment that was on fire. Congratulations Officers. kb https://t.co/7KtXM8hfPS
A citizen brought in a black/white/tan female Chihuahua type with no ID, that we were told was running loose but there is confusion on the location. If you know who may have lost this type of dog, please call us 206 878 3301x0-JM
We encourage citizen involvement as we do our part to ensure a better, safer City of Des Moines. Check out the City’s website for more information on the Code Enforcement citizen portal. To submit a complaint, click on the Submit a complaint link: https://t.co/5HPcO99Jos
Street Crimes Detective Oak was working out of our Substation on Thursday May 2nd when he heard a 911 radio call of a vehicle prowl in the Redondo Square parking lot. The suspect broke into a car and took a woman’s purse.
Detective Oak located and arrested the suspect with purse. https://t.co/2Mu0MuKUCA