Seattle Arrests and Warrants

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

Seattle Police Department, Precincts and its Services

Seattle Police Department is located in 610 Fifth Ave, PO Box 34986 Seattle, Washington 98124-4986. The department is headed by Chief of Police Harry Bailey. You may reach the department by calling (206) 625-5011. Seattle is one of the famous cities in the United States and it is where you can locate King County. It is the center of Seattle which has the population of 668,342. Land area is around 83.84 Sq. Mile.

Seattle has 5 Police Precincts with Police Headquarters which is located in 610 Fifth Avenue Seattle, WA 98124-4986. Not as functional as the other precincts, Seattle Police Headquarters still caters appointments. West Precinct is one of the city’s local precincts. It located in 810 Virginia Street, Seattle WA 9801. You may contact them thru (206) 684-8996. It is headed by Precinct Captain Chris Fowler which served over 20 years as a Police Officer in Seattle. East Precinct is headed by Paul McDonald and is located at 1519 12th Avenue, Seattle WA 98122 and their precinct contact number is (206) 684-4300. The third police precinct listed is the North Precinct which is located at 10049 College Way N. Seattle WA 98133. If you have an emergency, they would rather be contact thru dialing 9-1-1. North Precinct Captain is no other than Sean O’donnell who was a newly promoted captain in 2011. South Precinct is located at 3001 S. Myrtle Seattle, WA 98108. The community Police Team contact number is (206) 386- 9180 and seated as a head of the Precinct is Captain Mike Washburn. Along 2300 S.W. Webster, Seattle, WA 98106, you can locate the Southwest Precinct which is headed by Captain Pierre Davis who came from the family who have served the Seattle Police Department. They would still advise if you have an emergency, calling 9-1-1 is the best and if you don’t get enough answer, you may try reaching them at (206) 386-9764.

The most number of committed crimes and reported incidents in Seattle, WA are property crimes, theft, burglary, violent crimes and vehicle theft. Having a contract with multiple jail services providers, the city of Seattle are in-housing convicted inmates at King County Regional Justice Center in Kent which is direct supervision jail located in 620 West James Street in Kent, Washington and the King County Jail in Seattle who holds the majority of the Municipal Court of Seattle pretrial inmates which is located at 500 5th Ave. Seattle, WA  98104. You may reach them both by calling (206) 296- 1234. If you have encounter one of their most wanted persons listed on their wanted list, you may easily reach them thru calling 9-1-1 hotline.

Friday, February 22nd, 2019 at 9:17am
Detectives investigating after man shot while driving across Duwamish Waterway
Thursday, February 21st, 2019 at 5:19pm
Proactive officer locates two stolen cars, arrests two suspects in separate cases in South Seattle within span of 6 hours. More at
Thursday, February 21st, 2019 at 2:13pm
#ThankYouReggie for appearing in our #DowntownLipsync (2:31, playing a Labo, of course!) and for all of your support to @SeattlePF. Congrats on a smashing career at @NintendoAmerica. May the power-ups be in abundance wherever your odyssey takes you.
Thursday, February 21st, 2019 at 1:13pm
@KOMOBrianM Some big whale song fans in the harbor unit so probably just enjoying the free concert
Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 at 8:26am
Police investigating after motorists reported pieces of concrete hitting their vehicles on E. Marginal Way S. Property damage, minor injury reported.
Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 at 3:14pm
Detectives investigating serious vehicle/pedestrian collision on 15th Avenue South, driver arrested.
Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 at 2:01pm
Join the Seattle Police Department for the Big Plunge in support of @SO_Washington on February 23rd at Alki Beach. You don't need to be in law enforcement to join the fun. Anyone who supports the Special Olympics is welcome to participate!
Thursday, February 14th, 2019 at 9:11am
Detectives investigating following "Help the Firefighter" response in Eastlake.