Shoreline Arrests and Warrants

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

Shoreline Police Department

The city of Shoreline has their police department led by Police Chief Shawn Ledford and their address is 1206 N 185th Street, Shoreline, WA 98133 with their phone number being (206) 801-2710.  Shoreline has a population of over 55,000 and has a capable police department for the city.  The department is divided into an Investigations team and Special Operations Team.

The main jail in the area near Shoreline is Yakima County Department of Corrections which is located at 111 N Front Street, Yakima, WA 98901 and their phone number is 509-574-1700.  Visitations can be made in person or via video; both of which require an appointment since scheduling a video visitation requires the necessary means for video and some planning.  There are a number of municipal courts that an inmate might be going to; more information can be found by contacting the jail.  However, people can only receive information on whether they have a warrant through their local officials, meaning that only the Shoreline Police Department can release the details to those interested.  

On their website, the Shoreline Police Department instructs to call 911 for emergencies, but they have added a link to the King County Sheriff’s Office if people want to report mail theft, bicycle theft, suspicious surroundings, or other complaints that are not immediate.  

The crime statistics in Shoreline show that there is a steady increase in burglaries, but a decrease in traffic citations that is down by thousands.  Similar to many city environments, there is a higher number of larceny thefts and fraud, yet a very low number of homicides in the city.  The department offers free gun locks and there are multiple initiatives to promote crime prevention in Shoreline.  A neighborhood watch program helps and the department is attempting to get more communities to begin a united effort through starting a Shoreline Watch program in their neighborhood.  There are numerous registration setups from the Shoreline Police Department because they try to monitor every front, including solicitors.  Door-to-door solicitors must carry a license issued by the department; otherwise, residents have every right to ask them to leave and contact the department regarding violations.  

Although there are many online forms for accident reports and other useful documents, there is still a priority basis and anyone in danger or involved in a traffic accident should call 911 for an emergency situation and they will receive a swift response.