Lookup Arrest Reports, Warrants and Jail Inmates in the City of Edmonds, Washington. Results Include: Arrests, Charges, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Inmate, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Public Records.
Edmonds Police Department
The Edmonds Police Department is located at 250 5th Avenue North, Edmonds, WA 98020 and their phone number is 425-771-0200. Led by Police Chief Al Compaan, the police department is able to serve its population of over 40,000 citizens.
The two main divisions of the Edmonds Police are Field Services and Support Services. The Field Services include the Patrol Unit, K-9 Unit, Traffic Unit, Street Crimes Unit, Police Dive Team, S.W.A.T Team, and A.L.E.R.T. Team. Moreover, the Patrol Unit is split into four groups for better efficiency and the entire unit processes crime scenes, takes care of collisions, and responds immediately to crimes in progress. The K-9 Unit can use their canine to track fleeing suspects and any kind of evidence at certain scenes. As a Traffic Unit, the team makes sure of following traffic complaints, investigates collisions that result in fatalities, and detecting drivers that are either intoxicated or under the influence of drugs. The Street Crimes Unit helps get criminals off the street; those who deal in drugs or prostitution and burglars. The Police Dive Team rescues people stuck in the water while processing crime scenes that occur underwater. Suspects who barricade themselves or take hostages are dealt with by the SWAT Team (Special Weapons And Tactics). The ALERT Team (Allied Law Enforcement Response Team) diffuses public unrest, such as riots and controlling crowds.
The Support Services Division involves the Investigations Unit (particular crimes), Records Unit (includes ‘computer generated incident reports’), Professional Standards Unit (internal affairs & maintaining integrity), Property Management Unit (readying property and evidence for investigations), and Training Unit (creating a good training program and management).
Crime statistics show that while the number of robberies has decreased, the amount of motor vehicle thefts has increased. The department also encourages people to look up inmates at Snohomish County Jail, Pierce County Jail, and King County Jail. Snohomish County Jail is located at 3025 Oakes Ave.
Everett, WA 98201 and their phone number is 425-388-3395. The Pierce County Jail has two facilities; a main jail located at 910 Tacoma Ave. S, Tacoma, WA whose main number is (253)798-4590 and a new jail at 701 Nollmeyer Ln., Tacoma, WA 98402 and their phone number is (253) 798-4591. The King County Jail has two facilities; one is the Regional Justice Center which is located at 620 West James Street, Kent, WA 98032 and their number is (206) 296-1234. The King County Correctional Facility at Seattle has an address at 500 5th Ave., Seattle, WA 98104 and their phone number is (206) 296-1234.
Update: the suspect was not found by K9. The original call was for a suspicious person in a homeowners back yard. Given the time and area (same as other burglaries) we responded with everyone we had available. Keep your eyes open and call if you see suspicious activity.
The Chase Lake Burglar was back in action last night! 5 new burglaries (or attempts) on Feb 20, between 6-7pm. All in the area south of Edmonds-Woodway HS. We need your help. If you live in that area, check your cameras. We need a picture of our suspect! https://t.co/spYiS30YKM
We certainly think so! We are very excited for her to start working in our records unit. https://t.co/DgjkAFDuwC
Matthew had been asking his mom for weeks if he could meet a police officer and sit in a police car. When Officer Sutton responded to check their neighbors house on a false alarm call, Matthew came out to say hello! We are glad you did Matthew. It was great meeting you! https://t.co/wR87iBJhFo
NOTICE: For the second day in a row, due to the road conditions our PD lobby will open at 10AM and will close at 4:30PM. You can also call 425-407-3999 for non-emergency matters and ask for an officer to contact you. https://t.co/WmLmGE1a8l
Due to the weather conditions our PD lobby will open at 10AM and will close at 4:30PM unless the incoming storm changes our plans. You can also call 425-407-3999 for non-emergency matters and ask for an officer to contact you. https://t.co/635fwszjnf
While we have had fun coming up with all sorts of ideas to make sure you are not bored during #Snowmaggedon2019, our patrol units have been out in the elements. I am pleased to report that things have been fairly quiet. Traffic has been minimal. Maybe our ideas have worked!