"The Beat" is a series of quarterly interviews with Chief Templeman and crime prevention tips on The Everett Channel. Chief Templeman provides valuable insight into the Everett Police Department and answers questions from the public while crime prevention tips help residents reduce the potential of victimization.
Access the online resource library of crime prevention material which are designed to help citizens reduce crime through awareness and education. Publications may be downloaded and/or printed for personal and group use.
The official Everett Police Facebook page includes upcoming events, information on how the public can help solve crimes and identify crooks, and posts of photos/videos of wanted subjects or missing/endangered persons who need your help. Like and follow us to stay informed about the department.
Link to Snohomish County Public Works Solid Waste brochure for safe sharps disposal.
Police reports and information are available to the public in accordance with the Public Records Act. We have provided the process to get information.
The Records Unit performs a variety of duties to include providing timely, reliable and accurate information in response to inquiries from officers, detectives and the public.
The long-range Strategic Plan clearly defines and directs the department’s future.
Citizen volunteers provide a valuable service by checking homes when residents are out of town on vacation. They check to make sure your home is secure and call patrol officers if something unusual or suspicious is found. Contact us for this free service.