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The Lake Stevens Police Department
The Lake Stevens Police Department is responsible for preserving lives and property of the city residents, ensuring justice and guarding democracy with all its resources. In addition to maintain law and order, the police department also offers other servicer from Monday to Friday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. these services include Animal Control , Bicycle Licensing , Code Enforcement , Concealed Pistol Licenses , Fingerprints , Passports , Public Disclosure , Reclaim Evidence and Vacation House Checks . The police department is divided into three main divisions: Administration, Operations Division (ALERT Team, Marine Patrol, Patrol) and Special Services Division.
The Lake Stevens Police Department is headed by Chief of Police Dan Lorentzen; he is helped in his duties by Commander Dennis Taylor and Administrative Supervisor Julie Ubert. The Police Department has 27 full-time employees (24 Commissioned Officers, 5 Limited Commission Employees and 1 Volunteer). The police department is responsible for issuing enforcing warrants issued by the court. To check if you have an outstanding warrant, it is advisable that you visit the police department in person.
In Lake Stevens, the overall crime rate is 14% lower than the national average with 7.27 crimes occurring daily in every 100,000 residents. In the city one has a 1 in 38 chance of being a victim of any form of crime. Though the average year over year crimes in Lake Stevens has increased by 7%, the city is safer than 52% of the cities in the United States. Some of the safest Lake Stevens neighborhoods include S Machias Rd / Machias Cutoff, Lake Bosworth / Lochsloy, Cavalero Corner, Machias, Callow Rd / Route 92, Snohomish Marysville Rd / 1st Pl SE, Sunnyside Blvd / Vernon Rd, the City Center and West Lake Stevens.
Below is the physical address of Lake Stevens police department:
2211 Grade Rd,
Lake Stevens, WA 98258, United States
Phone number: +1 425-334-9537
Our Marine Unit found this runaway inflatable paddleboard that took a solo ride out on the lake on May 17th. If you recognize please contact our evidence technician at 425-622-9401. #lakestevenspd #boatersafety https://t.co/0mLrCsoBFs
As bike riding increases, we want to remind folks while riding a bike to wear a helmet. Helmet Hair? Who Cares? Save your Brain
Properly-fitted helmets can reduce the risk of head injuries by at least 45% – yet less than half of children 14 and under usually wear a bike helmet. https://t.co/4kp12s7WH6
Saturday morning, officers contacted a vehicle called in as a possible slumper. When they arrived they observed several items in plain view while talking to occupants. Officers obtained a search warrant for vehicle and located these items. #goodpolicework #lakestevenspd https://t.co/lLnGu2imuP
Water safety starts before you are out on the water. Prep. Check. Know. —prep your boat, check your gear, and know the rules. Learn more at https://t.co/fhR0HN7d87 #safeboatingweek
#SafeBoating #BoatPrepared #WearItWA #SafePaddling #Lifejackets #lakestevenspd https://t.co/TjaTYFsuW4
Do you wear a life jacket every time you go boating? The U.S. Coast Guard estimates that human error accounts for 70% of all boating accidents, and wearing a life jacket could prevent more than 80% of boating fatalities. #safeboatingweek #WearItWA #lakestevenspd https://t.co/vJSYc10qlj
Our LSPD, Lake Stevens Fire and Snohomish County Sheriff Marine Units are currently out on the lake training together to provide the best water safety response and complete the annual recertification. @SnoCoSheriff @lkstevensfire #lakestevenspd https://t.co/YQpNtcrsqW
Our LSPD, Lake Stevens Fire and Snohomish County Sheriff Marine Units are currently out on the lake training together to provide the best water safety response and complete the annual recertification. @SnoCoSheriff @lkstevensfire #lakestevenspd https://t.co/MPtqk5twrc
May 15 is National Law Enforcement Memorial. Police officers and their families across the country will travel to Wash DC to attend National Police Week. 371 fallen officers will be formally dedicated on the walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. #lakestevenspd https://t.co/O2XGiHqP68
Our Marine Unit wants to remind you even with warmer temperatures the lake water is still very cold. We know this week will bring higher temperatures then normal so be prepared, have fun, and wear a life jacket, it does save lives! Water Safety Fact sheet. #lakestevenspd https://t.co/iNEAr8ZpTz