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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.
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.
There are several ways: Contact the Office of Neighborhoods, use the Online Reporting System, email the Crime Prevention Unit, or call the non-emergency 911 number at 425-407-3999 so an officer can respond.
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.
Citizen volunteers provide a valuable service by checking the homes of residents who are out of town. Volunteers inspect enrolled residences several times a week to make sure all entrances are secure. If something unusual or suspicious is found, patrol officers are called to investigate. Get more information on the Vacation Crime Watch program