Kent Arrests and Warrants

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

Kent Police Department enacts programs to effectively lessen the crime rate in the city

Kent is located at King County, WA. Considered the third largest city in the State, Kent has the total land area of 33.76 sq. mile and populations reach up to 125,560. Known to be the heart of Seattle, Kent is a place where agricultural business thrives and with the technology today, there are hundreds of companies launching businesses in the urban area of Kent.

The city is working to become the most efficient and well-respected police department in the region. The Kent Police Department has been so transparent to emphasize and reach people in the community. As an organization of well dedicated cops, they are working hand in hand to become dynamic in fighting and preventing crimes to improve the community’s way of life. Headed by Chief of Police Ken Thomas, the Kent Police Department has built its headquarters along 220 Fourth Avenue South, Kent WA 98032. They can be reachable by calling their landline number, 253-856-5200.

Kent has their jails and correctional facility where they house their detainees. Chelan County Jail is located along 401 Washington St, Wenatchee, WA 98801, United States and you may get the chance to call them thru dialing +1 509-667-6462, Enumclaw City Jail is at 1705 Wells St, Enumclaw, WA 98022, United States and their contact line is +1 360-825-8580. Kent County Jail and Kent RJC can be seen at 620 W James St, Seattle, WA 98104, United States and can be available thru hotline, +1 206-296-1234. City of Kent Corrections Facility is located at 1230 Central Ave S Kent, WA 98032 and would be glad to cater to you on the phone. You may dial 253-856-5960 to land your queries directly on their facility.

They are posting mugshots and some details online about Kent’s most wanted individuals. Their cases are Conspiracy to Steal, Failing to appear, Burglary and Money Laundering. These may help Kent’s police officers to trace where they are staying thru the help of the people. Kent has the highest reported incident of crimes within Seattle. As estimated, crime rate reaches 48 per one thousand residents. The highest reported incident is property crime. It would include Larceny, Burglary, MV theft and arson. Violent crime in Kent is the second highest crime committed within the territory of Kent. It involves robbery, aggravated assault, rape and murder which is explained as 1 out of 1000 people would be a possible victim. Among the state of Washington, Kent has the highest cases reported of motor vehicle theft which they can be describe as 1 out of 143 motor vehicle owners would be victimized by these criminals.

19 hours ago
Thank you to Dilettante Coffee at Kent Station for hosting Coffee With The Chief this morning! https://t.co/KkKKqPrDil kentpd photo
19 hours ago
Happy National Volunteer Week!Thank you to our VIPS for their exceptional service. In 2017 Kent Volunteers in Police Service dedicated approximately 2050 hours of volunteer time, enhancing the capabilities of police officers and support staff. https://t.co/lwCvDgxuHi kentpd photo
19 hours ago
Welcome to Officer Bonjukian - newly sworn in last night at the Council Meeting. https://t.co/GaGcY5CFJB kentpd photo
6 days ago
@KIRO7Seattle Suspect struck victim car running a red light. Victim has minor injuries. The road is clear now
6 days ago
Hit & Run collision at 116/Kent Kangley Rd. Avoid the area for now. Suspect driver ran but was caught down the road https://t.co/FWTHXHN9Ht kentpd photo

Kent Police Department

The Kent Police Department is a state accredited agency. Accreditation provides a strong basis for effective law enforcement and safety education policies and procedures. Police Department employees are proud to be part of a team of professionals in their fields. Employees throughout the department realize that community involvement and relations are critical to carrying out their responsibilities and serving the community.
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Kent Police Department added 33 new photos — at Dilettante Mocha Café - Kent Station.19 hours ago
Thank you to Dilettante Coffee for hosting Coffee With The Chief this morning!
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Kent Police Department added 3 new photos.19 hours ago
Happy National Volunteer Week! Last night at the Council Meeting we honored our VIPS (Volunteers in Police Services) for their exceptional service to the Kent Police Department, The City of Kent and its citizens. In 2017 Kent Volunteers in Police Service dedicated approximately 2050 hours of volunteer time, enhancing the capabilities of police officers and support staff. The professionalism displayed by this devoted group has clearly translated to an enhanced quality of life for the citizens of Kent.
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Kent Police Department added 8 new photos.19 hours ago
Welcome to Officer Bonjukian - newly sworn in last night at the Council Meeting.
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Kent Police Department7 days ago
The Kent Police Department will be conducting training at Showare Center tomorrow Friday April 13. We wanted to let you know that it is training and not an actual police incident!
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Community Police Academy students: see you for tonight's Gangs & Narcotics class.
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Kent Police Department added 5 new photos.2 weeks ago
SWAT cops in Schools at Sunrise Elementary!

SWAT Commander Thompson and SWAT Officer Lewis received a request from a young man in a 6th grad class at Sunrise Elementary who wanted to know more about our regional SWAT team. He wrote a letter to a SWAT officer asking for some information and parlayed that into a visit for all of his fellow students. Commander Thompson and Officer Lewis were able to answer questions about their training and equipment for over 100 6th grade students, and show them the gear that helps to keep the officers and community safe.