The Everett Police Department is a premier law enforcement agency in Washington State. We are community-oriented and work in partnership with the community to enhance quality of life and reduce crime through our core values of integrity, professionalism and honor. The department is heavily involved with our residents and provide outstanding services to the city.
Serving a population of over 100,000, our officers and staff represent diverse backgrounds and pride themselves on protecting, serving and working with Everett residents, business owners and organizations.
Everett is a great place to live, work, visit and play.
Contact the Everett Police Department
If there is an immediate emergency threat to life or property, call 9-1-1:
ANY urgent/emergent medical or fire situation
ANY in progress crime, suspicious activity, or if a person fears for their safety or safety of others
For non-emergencies, call 425-407-3999:
Non-violent crimes that occurred earlier and there is no suspect information
Situations where emergency services are needed, but there is no immediate danger to life or property
Found pet or property
Noise & traffic complaints
Request for information
Illegal fireworks complaints
OR, use on-line crime reporting: www.mycrimereport.us
For other inquires, call 425-257-8400:
Request a copy of a police report
Fingerprinting or Concealed Pistol License applications
Questions about pet licensing or parking regulations
If you are not sure if your situation is an emergency, call 9-1-1
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The Everett Police Department is working with the local community on the issues related to trespass, aggressive panhandling, unlawful camping and other matters of public safety concern. Activities that do not meet the legal threshold of a crime may nonetheless become nuisances or negatively affect quality of life for our citizens. Property owners, managers and citizens have the right to keep their property clean and feel safe within the community.
At the direction of Mayor Stephanson, the City convened a task force of community members, business owners and service providers in July 2014 to focus on street-level social issues in Everett's urban cores and develop recommendations that could be implemented by the community. Many of these recommendations were published in the Everett Community Streets Initiative final task force report.
The Everett Police Department remains invested and committed to the Everett Streets Initiative and will continue to work cooperatively with property owners, managers and citizens to strengthen their sense of security within our community. Below are a series of frequently asked questions that our officers receive from community members on a regular basis. It is my sincere hope that you find the information both informative and helpful.