There are 14 Police Departments in Lewis County, Washington, serving a population of 76,012 people in an area of 2,403 square miles. There is 1 Police Department per 5,429 people, and 1 Police Department per 171 square miles.
In Washington, Lewis County is ranked 5th of 39 counties in Police Departments per capita, and 9th of 39 counties in Police Departments per square mile.
Find Lewis County, Washington police departments, precincts, and stations.
California Highway Patrol - Dunsmuir Grade Inspection Facility 147 1001 Interstate 5 Chehalis, WA
Centralia Police Department 118 West Maple Street Centralia, WA
Chehalis Police Department 350 North Market Boulevard Chehalis, WA
Kelso Police Department 201 North Main Street Pe Ell, WA
Morton Police Department 260 Main Avenue Morton, WA
Mossyrock Police Department 231 East State Street Mossyrock, WA
Napavine City Police Department 407 Southwest Birch Avenue Napavine, WA
Napavine Police Department 214 2nd Avenue Northeast Napavine, WA
Pe Ell Police Department 111 Main Street Pe Ell, WA
Toledo Police Department 130 North 2nd Street Pe Ell, WA
Vader Police Department 317 8th Street Vader, WA
Washington State Patrol - Chehalis 850 Northwest Louisiana Avenue Chehalis, WA
Washington State Patrol - Morton 342 Washington 7 Morton, WA
Winlock Police Department 323 Northeast 1st Street Winlock, WA
Police Departments in Lewis County, WA are law enforcement agencies that are responsible for policing the Lewis County community. Lewis County police promote public safety by preventing crime, stopping crimes in process, criminal investigations, and by providing first response to emergencies.You may contact the Police Department for questions about: