TO REPORT EMERGENCIES:
TO REPORT NON-EMERGENCIES:
CALL POLICE SERVICES @
To report a crime that occurred in the past, call the King County Sheriff's 24-hour, non-emergency phone line. Your call will be prioritized and you may be placed on hold as the dispatcher handles multiple calls.
(for non-emergency matters)
OFFICER AVAILABILITY FROM THE WOODINVILLE POLICE SUBSTATION
The Woodinville Police Department Substation is located within Woodinville City Hall. Service for walk-in customers is limited because officers and deputies are typically on patrol during City Hall business hours (Monday-Thursday, 7:30 - 5:00, Friday 7:30 - 4:00).
KING COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
WOODINVILLE POLICE REPORTS
King County Regional Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS)
Police protection for City of Woodinville residents and businesses
is provided through a contract with King
County Sheriff's Office. By contracting, the City provides
the widest possible range of police services, from routine patrol
to highly specialized police teams such as detectives, the K-9
unit, bomb disposal, and fraud and forgery unit. Emergency police
response is coordinated through the 9-1-1 dispatch system.
- Patrol, radar and traffic control
- Vacation House Checks
- Crime Prevention
- Proactive policing
Non-Emergency Police Services Available at Woodinville City Hall
Most walk-in customers can be serviced during
City Hall business hours (Monday-Thursday,
7:30 - 5:00, Friday 7:30 - 4:00).
Some services, including Concealed Pistol
Permits, Fingerprinting, and Passports require
significant time to complete.
An appointment is required. Appointments may be scheduled between 8:00 – 4:00.
The following services are available. Click
the links below to learn more.
**Requires police officer assistance. An officer will be
dispatched and will assist you when possible. It is not possible
to make appointments with an officer due to patrol responsibilities.
View online Crime Reports.
Reports, Current Online Crime Statistics and Searchable statistics
for the City of Woodinville as well as all unincorporated
King County areas and contract cities can be found on this King
County Crime Stats page.
City Contact: Woodinville Police Chief Sydney Jackson,
Non-emergency Services Available at the King County Sheriff's Office
The City contracts with the King County Sheriff's Office for police services. The County provides the following police services at their administrative offices located at King County Courthouse, 516 Third Ave, Room W-116, Seattle , WA 98104 (206.296.4155).
- Accident Reports
- Civil Process
- Clearance Letters
- Firearms Dealer Licenses
- Public Disclosure (Public Records)
- Sex Offender Registration
- Sex Offender Search
Public Safety Video System
Three video cameras are now operating on public streets in Woodinville to aid law enforcement with the investigation of crimes. The cameras will not be actively monitored and will not be used for traffic enforcement. The cameras will only be used to aid Police in the investigation of a crime or vehicular accident after it has occured. Cameras are located on the following intersections:
- NE 175th Street & 131st Avenue NE
- NE 175th Street & 140th Avenue NE
- NE 195th Street & 136th Avenue NE
The use of video technology for law enforcement purposes was approved by the Woodinville City Council on May 21, 2013; after it adopted a set of detailed policies and procedures restricting the use and providing amble oversight of the system. The policies are consistent with state and federal laws, and they identify that the Woodinville Police Department's use of video system is limited to public streets or city owned parkland property where there is no reasonable expectation of privacy.
All data collected that is not part of an active crime investigation will be available through the City's public records request system here. Video records will only be kept for 30 days, after this time the recordings will be erased.
Page last modified:
October 6, 2014