Kirkland Arrests and Warrants

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

Kirkland Police Department

Kirkland is a city in Washington and has a fitting police department that is led by Police Chief Eric Olsen.  The police station was recently relocated to its new place at the Kirkland Justice Center and its address is  11750 NE 118th Street, Kirkland, WA 98034, their phone number being 425-577-5656 for non-emergency calls; it is important to dial 911 for immediate help, especially when someone is in danger.  Other services such as pistol licenses and getting fingerprints taken are encouraged to be directed toward the King County Sheriff’s offices.  Certain Kirkland addresses fall under the jurisdiction of King County, rather than the Kirkland Police Department.

The department has multiple divisions, particularly the patrol division (24/7 ready emergency service team), investigations division (follow-ups and long term cases), the family violence unit (helping victims of domestic violence and abuse), the community resources unit (resources for schools/teaching to prevent crimes), the corrections unit (keeps track of prisoners; booking & housing), and the records unit (processing documents/giving assistance through phone calls).

Within each unit, there are many subdivision units for different skill sets/issues.  The patrol division has a K-9 unit, patrol groups, special response teams, crisis negotiation unit, and traffic unit.  Moreover, this is the largest department unit and serves numerous needs of civilians who require immediate assistance.  The executive division is the key unit to dealing with media and press releases, as well as offering public information or updates.  The investigation division handles cases in depth and long term issues, especially keeping up with criminal intelligence and narcotic chains while also preparing search warrants and preliminary orders.  

There is a limited 55-bed jail (Kirkland Jail) within the Kirkland Justice Center which is located at 11750 NE 118th Street, Kirkland, WA 98034-7114 and has a phone number; 425-587-3400.  The main jail in the area is the King County Correctional Facility in Seattle and their address is 500 5th Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98104 with a phone number; 206-296-1234.  

With a population of approximately 84,400 people, the crime type that seems prominent is vehicle break-ins and thefts.  Assaults are scattered across the city and other urban crimes are still existing in different parts.  A Block Watch has been set up to raise awareness and maintain constant surveillance on nefarious activities in the neighborhood.  This initiative also unites Kirkland through the extensive communication with police, businesses, motivated citizens, and others.  Kirkland is promoting good relations throughout the community and create long-lasting foundations of peace for all.