Learn more about those serving in administrative roles in the Everett Police Department.
The Crime Prevention Unit works proactively with Everett’s citizens to decrease crime and increase community awareness through education.
This department is responsible for enforcing various chapters of the Everett Municipal Code that address public health and safety issues.
Everett Police has numerous internal units, both Investigative and Specialty, that are focused on the protection of the community and bringing criminals to justice.
The mission of the Parking Enforcement Unit is to work cooperatively within the Everett Police Department to educate the community and enforce the City of Everett's parking laws.
The Patrol Division works in partnership with the community to improve quality of life and reduce crime by consistently delivering quality customer service for citizens, neighborhoods and businesses while being the most visible police presence in the community. Patrol officers conduct investigations of crimes, allegations of criminal conduct and are highly trained and adept at responding to all types of calls for service.
The property room is in charge of handling all found property, property for safekeeping, property for disposal and evidence from criminal cases.
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.