Find King County Washington state and local police departments, precincts, stations, auxillary police, police officers, chiefs, and detectives. Police departments provide information on public safety, police reports, police dispatch, police impounds, and police services.
Algona Police Department 402 Warde Street Algona WA 98001 253-833-2743
Auburn Police Department 101 North Division Street Auburn WA 98001 253-931-3080
Bellevue Police Department 11511 Main Street Bellevue WA 98004 425-452-6917
Black Diamond Police Department 25510 Lawson Street Black Diamond WA 98010 253-631-1012
Bothell City Police Department 18410 101st Avenue Northeast Bothell WA 98011 425-486-1254
City of Covington 16720 Southeast 271st Street Covington WA 98042 253-480-2400
Clyde Hill Police Department 9605 Northeast 24th Street Clyde Hill WA 98004 425-454-7187
Des Moines Police Department 21900 11th Avenue South Des Moines WA 98198 206-878-3301
Duvall Police Department 15535 Main Street Northeast Duvall WA 98019 425-788-1519
Enumclaw Police Department 1705 Wells Street Enumclaw WA 98022 360-825-3505
Federal Way Police Department 34008 9th Avenue South Federal Way WA 98003 253-661-4600
Issaquah Police Department 130 East Sunset Way Issaquah WA 98027 425-837-3200
Kenmore Police Department 18130 73rd Avenue Northeast Kenmore WA 98028 425-398-8900
Kent Police Department 220 4th Avenue South Kent WA 98032 253-856-5800
Kirkland Police Department 11750 Northeast 118th Street Kirkland WA 98034 425-587-3400
Lake Forest Park Police Department 17425 Ballinger Way Northeast Lake Forest Park WA 98155 206-364-8216
Maple Valley Police Department 22035 Southeast Wax Road Maple Valley WA 98038 425-413-5158
Medina Police Department 501 Evergreen Point Road Medina WA 98039 425-454-1332
Mercer Island Police Department 9611 Southeast 36th Street Mercer Island WA 98040 206-236-3500
Newcastle Police Department 13024 Newcastle Way Renton WA 98059 425-649-4444
Accredited Police Departments have gone through the accrediting process of the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). CALEA is a non-profit professional organization that assesses the policies and procedures of law enforcement agencies. Accredited Police Departments are considered to have implemented best practices in law enforcement.
Community Policing is an approach to public safety that involves building relationships between the Police and individuals and groups in a community to help solve problems and prevent crime. Community Policing is intended to be proactive in nature by addressing social disorder and other causes of crime.
In addition to state, county, and local Police forces, states often confer police powers to other government agencies and entities. Special purpose Police Departments are commonly found at universities and colleges, transit authorities, port authorities, airports, and conservation agencies.