Lookup Arrest Reports, Warrants and Jail Inmates in the City of Lakewood, Washington. Results Include: Arrests, Charges, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Inmate, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Public Records.
Lakewood Police Department
The city of Lakewood has a police station located at 9401 Lakewood Drive SW, Lakewood WA 98499 and their phone number is 253-830-5000. To serve all of Lakewood’s 81,000 people, the Lakewood Police Department has divisions for investigations, patrol, traffic, and specialty units.
The Investigations division has a number of units beneath it; Homicides/Major Crimes, Domestic Violence, Special Operations, Gangs, Proactive Property Crimes, and Forensic Services units. The Homicides unit tracks assaults and person crimes that require diligent work to study and investigate; they even find monitor the Western State Hospital for clues and leads in missing person cases. Rape, abuse, and other crimes against the innocent are dealt with by the Domestic Violence Unit and this includes keeping track of sex offenders and repeated crimes in the city. Other units include investigators maintaining a heavy presence in communities with more auto theft and specific crimes; forensic services are useful for processing evidence and preparing it to be admissible in court.
Reports can be filed online regarding animal concerns, nuisance complaints, and tips. Tips from the public can be submitted anonymously through an online form; calling in will require a person to find the correct phone number within the police department. Criminal investigation tips are to be directed to 253-830-5064, but there are alternate numbers for those reporting prostitution, gangs, domestic violence, drugs, and vehicular complaints.
Major crimes in the city of Lakewood include minor assaults and intimidation as the main person crimes, yet the total of larceny cases is high in terms of property crimes in the urban area. Jails in Lakewood include the Pierce County Jail which is situated at 910 Tacoma Ave. S, Tacoma, WA and their number is 253-798-4590. Other correctional facilities include the Fife Jail, Puyallup Jail, and Nisqually Jail. The Fife Jail is open 24 hours a day and located at 3737 Pacific Hwy E, Fife WA 98424 and their phone number is 253-922-6633 Ext. 2. The Puyallup City Jail has more rigid visitation guidelines and is located within the Puyallup Public Safety Building which also includes the city police department. The Nisqually Jail has a physical address at 11702 Yelm Highway SE, Olympia, WA 98513 and their phone number is 360-459-9603.
The Lakewood Police Department tells people to address a warrant by contacting the court; by phone or in person with identification to discuss options for the person and avoid an arrest.
Please see the attached Crimestoppers bulletin on a wanted subject out of Lakewood. If you have information on his whereabouts, we'd like to hear from you. If you see him or know where he is right now, DO NOT APPROACH him and call 911 from a safe location. More info on Facebook. https://t.co/CguG8wRZ5h
We have reports of wires down at 9000 block of Newgrove. Also word that this car that slid off the road at Gravelly Lake Drive and Steilacoom Boulevard. Non-injury luckily, but please stay safe and off the roads if you can. https://t.co/ZnndjLFnO9
Please stay off the roads. https://t.co/8taM1ITbnx
Watch the video to hear what our priority road response will be during the predicted storm. The City is prepared, but we encourage people to stay off the roads and if you have to drive, drive for conditions: Slow and increase following distance. https://t.co/oS18uZHm0y
Note this could also affect traffic on I-5 https://t.co/lWMKRGNxjo
@AKeulerWFG @ByronTeach87 @Q13FOX @TacomaPD This morning Lakewood SRT served a high risk search warrant on an armed drug dealer with a DOC warrant. The suspect is in custody, drugs and stolen guns were recovered, and nobody was injured. Thank you and your neighbors for your patience.
Just a reminder to stay away from all downed power lines and be cautious around fallen trees. Unless it is life threatening, do not call 911. You can use the MyLakewood311 app to report damage for our Public Works staff for cleanup on city streets.