Lacey Arrests and Warrants

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Lacey Police Department

The city of Lacey has a fair police department to serve its population of nearly 45,000 citizens and their Police Chief is Dusty Pierpoint.  The Lacey Police Department is located at Lacey City Hall and its address is 420 College Street SE, Lacey, WA 98503. The department’s phone number is 360-459-4333.

The Lacey Police Department is split into three divisions; the Operations Division, Investigations Division, and Administrative Division.  Operations includes the Patrol Unit, Marine Operations, Police Bicycles, and Traffic Unit.  The Patrol Unit is a group of uniformed officers who write reports, make sure of traffic enforcement, and are the first responders to any scene or situation (emergencies).  The Marine Operations patrols the waters for anybody in need of rescuing in the summer months and for boating violations.  Police Bicycles are around for specialty events (ex. parades) and emphasis patrols.  The Traffic Unit has two officers for enforcing rules in the community.  

The Investigations Division includes the Detective Unit, Anti-Crime Unit, Internal Affairs, Background Investigations, and Volunteer Services.  Detectives are assigned to financial crimes and cases that need experienced approaches to resolve the mystery.  The Anti-Crime Unit arrests criminals who threaten the welfare of Lacey citizens while finding people involved in narcotics and gang violence.  Internal Affairs includes complaints against employees that are dealt with promptly to protect department integrity.  Background Investigations involves checking backgrounds of commissioned and noncommissioned police recruits.  Volunteer programs are appreciated and police require all types of support to keep their community safe.

The Administrative Division includes the School Resource Officers, Training Unit, Records Unit, Evidence Unit, and Accreditation.  School Resource Officers (SROs) help out with school events that demand security and help instruct students in terms of keeping safe.  The Training Unit involves managing grants and contracts, as well as external training with firearms.  Records include warrants and keeping track of court orders that are to be executed.  The Evidence Unit processes evidence at crime scenes that are to be preserved by the department.  Accreditation is maintained by a state agency regularly.

Robberies, larcenies, and collision numbers have decreased over the years.  When citizens need to report non-emergency situations, then they can call 360-704-2740 for assistance.  However, citizens are urged to call 911 in emergencies when they are in hostile or dangerous situations.  More information is available on the Lacey Police Department website for victims to find resources and help, such as identity theft and cleaning graffiti.

Saturday, July 13th, 2019 at 12:13pm
Officer Broeker waiting patiently for his ride at the Military Appreciation Day. Come join us! https://t.co/I8RLnHL0vO
Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019 at 9:01pm
🎶Party rock’n in the park tonight🎶 Just about an hour to go!! 🚓🇺🇸 https://t.co/VUSe4rKzOB
Tuesday, July 2nd, 2019 at 11:22am
***Important 3rd of July Traffic Alert***
Immediately following the fireworks, 45th Ave SE will be closed from Parkside Dr SE to Ruddell Rd SE. Pedestrian pickup is on Parkside Dr. https://t.co/n7045kXqhM
Thursday, June 27th, 2019 at 7:19am
Today our partners at Lacey Fire will be conducting training at Timberline High School...this is only a drill. There is no emergency and no need to be alarmed. Thank you. https://t.co/Zo349Dn4rE
Lacey Fire @LaceyFireDist3
Lacey Fire District 3 and several area partners will be conducting a large scale training event tomorrow between 8-5 at Timberline High School and Rainer Vista Park. @CityofLacey @LaceyPolice @NTPSnews https://t.co/T9eCUg84z0
Sunday, June 23rd, 2019 at 10:54am
College St. blocked off North and South bound at 26th.... power lines down in the roadway. https://t.co/lZM6x4cdSo
Friday, June 14th, 2019 at 8:29am
Road is open, no serious injuries........air bags did their job!
Tuesday, June 4th, 2019 at 8:18pm
We are so fortunate to have amazing SROs for our schools. https://t.co/3lIePJlb4Q
Chief Ken Semko @LaceyPDChief
SROs LPD Ofc. Westphal, Howard, Newcomb & TCSO Deputy Rose received well deserved recognition this evening from the NTPS School Board. Thank you for guiding and protecting our kids. https://t.co/EwGkFbYTSL
Monday, June 3rd, 2019 at 1:04pm
Chief Semko and Mayor Ryder present Officer Stephanie Newcomb her Olympia Kiwanis 2019 Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award! Congratulations Officer Newcomb! https://t.co/uGdIpmWO8X
Saturday, May 25th, 2019 at 9:34am
The Lacey Police Department would like to thank those who have served our country and recognize their sacrifice. Please have a safe Memorial Day weekend. https://t.co/9Nv3Z86WGr
Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019 at 8:25pm
🚨Traffic Alert 🚨 Tomorrow 5/23/19 from 6am - 2pm there will be heavy traffic on 6th Ave NE & Sleater-Kinney Rd NE for the Day of Champions at South Sound Stadium. Plan alt. route. 🚌🏅