Airway Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Airway Heights Police Department
  • Address: 1307 S Ziegler Street, Airway Heights, 99001 WA
  • Chief: Lee Bennett (Chief of Police)
Phone: (509) 244-3707
Fax: (509) 244-5285

Airway Heights Police Department is located at 1307 S Ziegler Street, Airway Heights, 99001 WA. The Chief of Police of the department is Lee Bennett. The Airway Heights Police Department phone number is (509) 244-3707.

Airway Heights Police Department News

The ground-breaking ceremony for the new Airway Heights Recreation Center took place today. Watch for it to be open later on in 2018 on the north end of the City off of Deno Rd.

Happy Halloween from the AHPD!

Thank you to the three little boys who worked so hard to make us delicious cupcakes. They even made them purple for Domestic Violence Awareness month!

#stopthecycle #stopthesilence

Excellent article on a form of abuse that isn't necessarily physical or even illegal, yet still extremely damaging to all those affected by living in this type of environment. #endthesilence

There's still time to come to Sunset Elementary and have dinner "Cooked By The Cops." Come enjoy a spaghetti dinner with your fellow community members while supporting Airway Heights Parks and Recreation.

If you suspect someone you care about is in an abusive relationship, don't remain silent. #stopthesilence #domesticviolenceawareness

For anyone interested in helping the local family, including three children, who lost everything in the house fire yesterday, their relative has set up a GoFundMe account. Please click the following link if you would like to help them.

Fire crews are currently on scene at Vietzke Village, 2011 S. Craig Rd., for a fully-engulfed house fire. Fortunately nobody was injured, and the quick response from first-responders stopped it from spreading to other residences. Thank you to firefighters from the Airway Heights Fire Department, Spokane County Fire District 10, and Fairchild Air Force Base.

No need to adjust the color on your computers....those really are purple-haired police officers! With the arrival of October comes nationally-recognized Domestic Violence (DV) Awareness Month. The color symbolizing this cause is purple. Airway Heights Police Officers Rose and Johnson have dyed their hair purple for the month to show their support and raise awareness in an attempt to get the community talking and "End The Silence" around domestic violence. DV calls are one of the most-responded to calls for service by officers across the nation and here in Airway Heights. They can often be the most dangerous types of calls for officers to respond to. Domestic violence relationships are detrimental for all involved including the children who live in the midst of violence daily. Police officers are here to help, but we can only help if we are made aware of the situation, either by someone directly involved or a neighbor or other witness who calls to report it. It is our hope that no one, whether directly or indirectly involved, hesitates to call 911 so we may respond and get the victim(s) the help they need to remove themselves from the situation before it is too late.