Kennewick Arrests and Warrants

Lookup Arrest Reports, Warrants and Jail Inmates in the City of Kennewick, Washington. Results Include: Arrests, Charges, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Inmate, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Public Records.

Kennewick Police Department

The city of Kennewick has a police department led by Police Chief Ken Hohenberg to serve a population of over 76,500 people. The department is located at 211 W. 6th Avenue, (P.O. Box 6108), Kennewick, WA 99336.  People can reach them for non-emergency issues & reporting police reports at 509-628-0333.  The department operates with an organized patrol division that includes a K-9 unit, traffic unit, and SWAT team.  

With two K-9 teams, the dogs have their training put to use by sniffing out building and tracking down escapees through their scent.  The traffic unit issues traffic violations, enforces driving laws, and looks out for intoxicated drivers.  The police department also reaches out to the community by presenting programs to high school seniors to prevent accidents due to alcohol and drugs.  The SWAT team is skilled and has hostage negotiators, yet they are prepared for a number of situations; weapons of mass destruction and warrant arrests.  

Administrative services are also included at the department and they include recruiting young officers, training, volunteers, keeping track of records and evidence, and handling other programs for youth.  There is also a branch that maintains a regularly updated review of the Kennewick Police Department; describing processes, alerting others about any changes in procedure, and department rules.  The training unit readies new recruits for their jobs through field experience.  The Internal Affairs unit keeps people together by dealing with department complaints, commendations, and disciplinary issues among department officers and employees.

The Criminal Investigations Division studies high profile cases and keeps track of felonies.  By keeping an eye on the gang violence trends in the area, other teams can be prepared to respond to any new leads or findings.  The Crime Apprehension Team dresses casually and is put on night duty to check for gangs, drug rings, and auto thefts.  Moreover, the department also requires that those installing alarms must have an alarm license before installation.  

The crime rate in Kennewick is majorly made up of larceny cases; other crime trends have decreased.  

With an online Wanted list, anyone can submit a tip for a reward of possibly $1000.  Contact the department for more information on what to do and tips are largely appreciated in the search of fugitives and suspects that are being pursued by the police.  The Kennewick Police Department has proved truly effective and crime rates have actually decreased by 6% over a year.