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Due to COVID-19 health concerns, fingerprinting services are CLOSED to the public until further notice.
THE RECORDS UNIT IS CURRENTLY OPEN - see listed times and use requirements.
Although no fingerprinting services are available, the Records Unit continues processing CPL applications.
To apply for a CPL, you must be fingerprinted at a business other than Everett Police. (An internet search should locate open/available services.) Bring a completed Concealed Pistol Application and fingerprint card to the North Precinct during business hours.
INITIAL APPLICATION:You must be a resident of the City of Everett or live outside the state of WA to obtain a Concealed Pistol License (CPL) from the Everett Police Department. Applications may be picked up during normal business hours but are only processed when fingerprinting is available.
Permits are valid for 5 years.
The cost of an initial CPL is $45.25.
RENEWAL:The fee for renewal of a CPL by the expiration date is $32.00. A CPL may be renewed up to 90 days after the expiration date by paying a late fee. The late renewal fee is $10.00, making the total fee $42.00.**If not renewed within these time limits, the process starts over with the initial CPL application to include new fingerprints.**
REPLACEMENT:The cost to replace a lost CPL is $10.00 but it must have been originally obtained through the Everett Police Department.
ARMED FORCES RENEWAL - OUT OF STATE DEPLOYMENT:Currently deployed members of the Armed Forces, including the National Guard and Armed Forces Reserves, who are deployed out of state, can renew their CPL by mail. This must be done within 90 days of the expiration of the existing CPL. The fee for this type of renewal is $32.00 plus a late fee of $10.00, making the total fee $42. The license in this circumstance is only valid for a period of one year.To renew the CPL in this circumstance, contact the Everett Police Department Records Unit at 425-257-8400 or via email. We will send the application electronically or by standard mail. Completed applications must be submitted with a copy of your original order, designating the period of deployment, a copy of a valid government issued ID. Payment must be made via phone with a debit/credit card for the renewal fee.The law also allows for members of the Armed Forces to renew their license within 90 days of the expiration if they were deployed but have since returned to the state. A copy of the original deployment order is still required. In this case, the late fee is waived and the standard renewal fee of $32.00 applies.
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 the non-emergency Snohomish County 911 number at 425-407-3999 to request an officer contact 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.
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.
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