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Fingerprinting is offered at the North Precinct, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm at the cost of $15 per card. Bring current, official photo identification. No appointment is necessary.
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Complete the Public Records Request process to get a copy of an Everett Police report. The Washington State Patrol can provide collision reports.
Always call 911 for emergencies! Officers may not be available as they work varied schedules but residents can call SNOPAC911 at 425-407-3999 to request an officer call them. This phone line routes directly into the 911 call center.
The Parking Enforcement Unit enforces city parking ordinances. The unit is staffed Monday - Friday and supported after-hours by patrol officers.
Parking tickets are paid at the Everett Municipal Court
The Online Reporting System is designed for citizens to provide crime tips and saves time for victims of non-emergent crimes. Crime tips are routed to the appropriate unit for processing while Online Reports are reviewed by an officer who generates and returns a case number (typically within 72 hours).
Washington State Accident Reports are only required if no police report was taken at the scene AND the damage exceeds $1,000. Traffic accident reports can be completed & requested from the Washington State Patrol.
-Excellent physical condition -U.S. Citizenship -Attainment of the age twenty-one (21) years on or before the application deadline -Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a valid Washington State driver license within 30 days of hire and the ability to maintain it for the duration of employment -Not on the current eligible register for Police Officer Entry-Level (per Civil Service Rule 2.12) -Possession of a high school diploma or equivalent
The Department uses Community Crime Map by LexisNexis which is updated daily. Not all calls for service are entered into the database, only calls where a report is written.
No. All alley parking is prohibited as they provide access for emergency vehicles and service vehicles. However, they may be used while actively loading or unloading.