Lookup Arrest Reports, Warrants and Jail Inmates in the City of Yakima, Washington. Results Include: Arrests, Charges, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Inmate, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Public Records.
Yakima Police Department working as a team to lessen the city’s crime and make it livable for all
Travelling about 60 miles southeast of Mount Rainier in Washington, you will reach the Yakima City, USA. It has a total land total area of 27.63 Sq. Miles with a population of 93,357 which has become the Yakima the state’s ninth largest city when it comes to population when the metropolitan population added to the census. Yakima is one of the extremely productive cities in terms of agricultural development. They have been one of the top producers of wine, hop and apples.
In terms of crime statistics rated in the state of Washington, it has been describe that there could have 55 per 1000 population have committed crimes in Yakima. Majority of the crimes committed are related to property and violent crimes. There is a higher chance that there is 1 out of 198 residents could be a victim of violent crimes which is classified as armed robbery, aggravated assault, rape and murder.
Yakima’s Police Department is headed by Chief of Police, Dominic Rizzi, Jr. who also leads the city law enforcers to maintain the peace in the city of Yakima. If you have concerns regarding police and crime matters, you may look for their headquarters at 200 South Third Street Yakima, WA 98901. You may contact them directly by calling 509-575-6200 or for life-threatening and emergency cases; you may direct your concerns to 9-1-1. Yakima City Police Department has five main divisions. They are Administrative, Patrol, Community Services, Investigations and City Jail.
Yakima has built correctional facility to in-house incarcerated offenders of crimes. Yakima County Corrections Department is located in 111 N Front St., Yakima, WA 98901. If you have someone to check on, you may reach them thru their landline number, (509) 574-1700. Another jail in Yakima, which is a 70-bed, full serviced jail facility and started operating in 1996 which is built after the completion of the City’s new Police Station. The new Yakima City Jail is located at the corner of 3rd Street and Walnut Ave., at 200 S. 3rd St. Yakima, WA 98901. As of the present it caters around 120 prisoners. In line with this, the City of Yakima also contracts with the Yakima County Department of Correction and jails in the towns of Sunnyside, Toppenish and Wapato for housing some of their prisoners. You may contact the Yakima City Jail by calling their mainline, 509-574-1700. You may check warrant thru the Yakima Police Department Website: Yakimapolice.org, City Jail, Current Inmate Roster or you can call directly the line (509) 575-3571.
Over the weekend, a mother asked if officers could stop by her son's 12th birthday party. Luckily, call volume allowed for a visit. Officer Quinones and Officer DeLeon stopped by to say hello and participated in some games before heading back to patrol. Thanks for the invite! https://t.co/fooMXj7Abx
YPD is still looking for 50 year old Alecia Penado. Alecia is 5'4'' tall and approximately 160 pounds; she has been reported missing by family as they have not heard from her for months. Please contact police if you have any information on Alecia's whereabouts. https://t.co/VggUxaNmd1
Yesterday, YPD K-9 Officer Mark McKinney, & his partner Trex, were at Selah Middle School to give a presentation to the 6th graders. Students will be using the info they learned as a resource for their essays on how animals improve human lives. Thanks to everyone who attended! https://t.co/snenEH9FKP
With more snow in the forecast, please remember to keep sidewalks shoveled for the safety of our pedestrians. See attached Yakima Municipal Code for clarification (Title 8, Chapter 88, Sections 010 and 020); or click this link https://t.co/tvkPulmRKF https://t.co/26j4zqB1tC
It is important for citizens to understand that while sidewalks and driveways need to be cleared of hazardous snow and ice, shoveling winter debris into the roadway is it an illegal act and a citable offense. Keep our roadways safe by not shoveling snow and ice into the roadway. https://t.co/PaF5fFNuZa
This morning, Lieutenant Boyle was at the West Valley Library for pre-school story time. YPD Officers will be returning for another story time at the same location (223 S 72nd Ave) on Friday, April 5th at 10:00am. https://t.co/ahiZea2L0F
On Monday, YPD welcomed two new Probationary Officers, Thomas “Tom” Priestman and Noel “Noe” Garcia. Tom is originally from Bellingham and relocated to Yakima where his wife is originally from. Noe is originally from the Yakima Valley. Congrats & welcome to the team, Tom and Noe! https://t.co/ui31WXNsJ6