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

While in Washington DC, our Community Engagement & Outreach Team (COET) ran into US Senator Bernie Sanders after their PAARI conference in Boston. We are excited that he supports our work in the community! https://bit.ly/2HEoYTr

UPDATED info on continued north Everett "Motorcycle Man" apartment burglaries... Can you ID his female accomplice? If so, call 425-257-8450 with information: Over the past month, a man wearing a motorcycle helmet and riding jacket (pictured below) is suspected of burgling at least six North Everett apartment complex offices and storage units. He appears to be white, average height and weight, and wears motorcycle clothing with brown boots. Locations are burgled overnight. On April 15th, it is believed the same man entered the Monte Cristo Apartments (2929 Hoyt Ave) wearing motorcycle gear and burgled the maintenance room just before 1 am. In this case, a female accompanied him and removed her helmet which video surveillance captured. If you can identify the male or female, detectives would like to hear from you.

DEA National Drug Take Back Day Saturday, April 28th from 10a - 2p Everett Police North Precinct (3002 Wetmore Ave) The majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends - often from the home medicine cabinet. National Prescription Drug Take Back Day addresses a crucial public safety and health issue by providing an opportunity for Americans to prevent drug addiction and overdose deaths. “Having extra or leftover drugs in the home is a potential problem and people don’t always know what to do with them,” says Captain John DeRousse. “Because unused prescription drugs often find their way into the wrong hands, Everett Police want to be part of the solution and get them disposed of properly.” Bring controlled, non-controlled, and over the counter drugs to the North Precinct for disposal. The program is anonymous - no questions asked! Help make our community safer. https://youtu.be/rFuccZrSXrc

Thanks 7-11 for the great visit this morning! Don't worry: While other officers field tested the donuts, our Bicycle guys stayed on patrol - because we didn't tell them... 🚔🍩🚴‍♂️

Chief Templeman and Everett Police offer our deepest sympathies & show support for @HumboldtBroncos, their families, and the hockey community. #JerseysForHumboldt #HumboldtStrong #LoveFromTheUS

COET MOMENT - Meet Michelle and Kale with their new baby Alice! The Community Outreach & Enforcement Team (COET) has worked with Michelle since the summer of 2016 when she asked for help and went to treatment for heroin addiction. Soon after her discharge, Michelle relapsed on methamphetamines and used for about a year before becoming pregnant. Everett officers came across Michelle and referred her back to COET. This time, Michelle went to treatment specifically for pregnant women with substance use disorders where she stayed until giving birth to Alice on March 10th. Both Alice and Michelle are happy and healthy! “You can’t force someone into treatment, sometimes it’s the support that helps. No one gave up on us and that saved our lives,” said a grateful Michelle. On March 14th, the two were discharged to their very own room at the Everett Gospel Mission, women’s and children’s shelter. Kale is also working on his recovery, found a job, is excited about being a father. Embedded social worker Kaitlyn Dowd said, “This family’s success is 100% hard work from Michelle and Kale. Our goal is to meet people where they are at and guide them in the right direction.” COET’s partnerships with Abundant Life and Pregnancy Aid, Swedish Ballard, Everett Gospel Mission, and Child Protective Services ensured Michelle had what’s needed to start a healthy family.

Can you ID the burglar who's hitting North Everett apartment complexes?? Our detectives would like to introduce themselves to him...

Excited that Everett's COET is part of the National Rx Drug Abuse Summit! Super program with great officers & social workers assisting those in our community who need help.

Regional pickpockets continue... Yesterday, a victim and her husband were eating at a restaurant in Auburn where a female kept bumping into the victim’s chair. A short time later, the female got up and left with a male but neither of them ate any food. Within 30 minutes, the victim received an alert that $2,200 in charges had been made on her credit cards and she discovered three cards missing from her wallet. When the victim saw the news story on pickpocketing, she identified the female (pictured) as the one who kept bumping her chair. Stay alert and call 911 if you see this suspect - Everett detectives want to talk with her!

Snohomish County Interagency Child Abduction Response Team (ICART) After a week of specialized training on child abductions, a team of Snohomish County law enforcement, Corrections, Emergency Response, medical workers, interview specialists and dispatchers are ready to assist patrol with resources to investigate and recover abducted children. The training included numerous Washington and other West Coast agencies who learned about abductions from the family perspective, team coordination, search operations, investigations, and case studies. Since timely and effective responses are critical in locating children unharmed, the newly formed ICART will be called on to investigate cases where children have been abducted or are missing under suspicious circumstances. The multijurisdictional group of specially trained members from departments within Snohomish County will quickly deploy with pre-identified resources and manpower to help the effected agency. There are 17 Snohomish law enforcement agencies involved on the team, supported by the Washington State Department of Corrections, Snohomish County DEM, City of Everett Office of Emergency Management, Snohomish County 911, Dawson Place Child Advocacy, and Providence Health and Services. When activated, ICART will release information on Twitter: @MissingInSnoCo

SWAT Training: During the day on March 29th, @EverettPolice & @SnoCoSheriff will be training along the Snohomish River near the Hwy-2 overpass. Police boats & vehicles will be in the area. Please don’t disturb them or call 911 - we know they are there! 🚔

We continue looking for Matthew J. Verdugo who has been missing for almost a year... Can you help - Do you have information?? If so, call 1-800-222-TIPS.

Hey - We didn’t miss National Puppy Day last week... Everett Police K-9 Duke was out catching bad guys! #TooBusyWorking 🚔

CRIME TREND ALERT: Recent reports indicate victims are being "bumped" into or distracted at area businesses. Victims later realize their wallet is missing and their credit/debit accounts have been used. Detectives are investigating to develop suspect information. Criminals are not necessarily sleazy people lurking around - Be aware of your surroundings & avoid pickpockets: -Store valuables in your front pocket -Carry purses & bags diagonally across the front of your body -Take only what you need - remove extra credit/debit cards, ID, checks, cash, etc. -Don’t leave your purse unattended -Keep zippers zipped -Shorten the strap on any purse or bag you are carrying -Cover up electronics

Even though they are firefighters... WE are always up to help these guys out for a great cause!! 🚔🚒🚑🚓