Everett Police Department

  • Agency: Everett Police Department
  • Address: 3002 Wetmore Ave, Everett, 98201 WA
  • Chief: James I Scharf (Chief of Police)
Phone: 425-257-8400
Fax: 425-257-6500
Email:

Everett Police Department is located at 3002 Wetmore Ave, Everett, 98201 WA. The Chief of Police of the department is James I Scharf. The Everett Police Department phone number is 425-257-8400.

Everett Police Department News

Salvation Army shelter (2525 Rucker Ave) opens until 10p (or full) on nights when temps fall below 32 degrees.

Sat Night: 62yo female hit crossing W Muk Blvd/Dogwood in critical condition. Driver coop. Unk if DUI/speed are factors. No medical update.

Reminder: October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The issue cannot be ignored - education is key! As a community, we can end DV.

A “Major” update: Everett Police K-9 Major & his 2-legged partner have been busy over the past couple of weeks. Along with extra Scooby-snacks, Everett Police wants to give K-9 Major a “bark-out” for his captures! -Assisted WSP capture an assault suspect -Captured a DV suspect -Captured a burglary suspect -Captured a felony warrant/ID theft ring suspect Great job to K-9 Major and the entire unit who remain dedicated to capturing criminals. #CriminalsSmellFunny

Coffee with a Cop September 23rd at Starbucks (515 SE Everett Mall Wy) Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and community members together - over coffee - to discuss issues and learn more about each other. Through this program, officers want to build relationships with citizens as community policing has long been the framework for establishing trust between community and police. Coffee with A Cop was launched in Hawthorne, CA in 2011 through the Hawthorne Police Department. In less than five years, events have been hosted in all 50 states and were successful community oriented policing programs.

Police K-9 Major makes capture Sept 9, 2017 @ 5pm A male entered the Fred Meyer (12906 Bothell-Everett Hwy) and attempted to steal merchandise. When confronted by employees, the male showed a gun in his waistband then fled on a bicycle. Responding officers located the male as he ditched the bicycle and ran through a large apartment complex. Multiple witnesses watched the male run into a nearby wooded area where Mill Creek PD & SCSO containing the area. Police K-9 Major used his tracking ability to follow the male through the wooded area and into a thick patch of sticker bushes. Following K-9 Major, officers had to crawl about 80 feet into the sticker bushes to where he had located the male. The male was arrested. No injuries reported. Great job by K-9 Major for capturing an armed suspect without incident! 🚔🐾🐾🏆

Coffee with a Cop September 23rd at Starbucks (515 SE Everett Mall Wy) Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and community members together - over coffee - to discuss issues and learn more about each other. Through this program, officers want to build relationships with citizens as community policing has long been the framework for establishing trust between community and police. Coffee with A Cop was launched in Hawthorne, CA in 2011 through the Hawthorne Police Department. In less than five years, events have been hosted in all 50 states and were successful community oriented policing programs.

We remember & honor all heroes of 9/11: Flight 11-WTC North Twr, Flight 175-WTC South Twr, Flight 77-Pentagon & Flight 93-Stonycreek, PA

We remember!

The Everett Police Department is proud to present TIP-A-COP! Join us for lunch or dinner at Red Robin Gourmet Burgers in Everett as we partner with the community to raise money for Special Olympics Washington. EPD officers and Special Olympics Athletes will be your celebrity hosts and servers, so come down and TIP-A-COP! 100% of all tips given to police are donated to Special Olympics. With your help, area law enforcement raised over $4,000 in 2016 and $90,000 dollars in Western Washington. Our goal for 2017 is $100,000 - help support this phenomenal cause.

DUI Patrols This Weekend in Snohomish County Snohomish County, Wash. - The Snohomish County DUI and Target Zero Task Force will be conducting DUI emphasis patrols Saturday September 9th from 7:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. Representatives from Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, Washington State Patrol, Lynnwood Police Department and Bothell Police Department will be looking for impaired drivers. The patrols coincide with the Lighthouse Festival in Mukilteo. Updates on the emphasis will be provided when available via the Snohomish County DUI & Target Zero Task Force Twitter account: @SnoCoTargetZero. Patrols will be looking for drivers impaired by alcohol, legal marijuana or other illegal drugs. Target Zero is the Washington State Traffic Safety Commission’s plan for zero traffic related deaths and serious injuries by 2030. More information can be found on our regional website www.SnoCoTargetZero.org and www.targetzero.com. 👮‍♀️🚔👮‍♀️🚔

Coffee with a Cop brings police officers and community members together - over coffee - to discuss issues and learn more about each other. Through this program, officers want to build relationships with citizens as community policing has long been the framework for establishing trust between community and police. Coffee with A Cop was launched in Hawthorne, CA in 2011 through the Hawthorne Police Department. In less than five years, events have been hosted in all 50 states and were successful community oriented policing programs.