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Federal Way Washington Police Station Address: 33325 8th Ave S, Federal Way, WA 98003, United States


2 days ago
@PierceSheriff It was our honor to allow so many of you to stand down and mourn. We remember when that graciousness was extended to our department. #Neverforget
Proud to serve beside you. 💙🚔🏍

5 days ago
If you can find your way to show your love and support tomorrow Deputy McCartney’s family will be forever grateful. All the men & women in blue will also feel the same. Your presence is part of the healing process. 💙🚔 https://t.co/BXMO91pJJr

5 days ago
Welcome to the Team Dan! May you have many many captures. https://t.co/aOSzAwGRt2

1 week ago
@PierceSheriff Agreed! Please line the route. The family and LE will never forget your support. Thank you.

Federal Way Police Department

Federal Way Police Department added 2 new photos.2 weeks ago

Calling all FW Citizen’s, Businesses and Organizations!!

The Federal Way Police Lieutenant and Officer Associations would like to invite all of our wonderful partners and citizen’s to join us for a benefit and auction dinner to raise money for FWPD Officer Frank Martin and his family. Officer Martin was recently diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer and has been in the hospital bravely fighting this terrible disease since November. As you can imagine, this has caused significant financial stress for his young family.

This is where YOU can help! The Lt’s Association will be hosting a Benefit Dinner and Auction with 100% of the proceeds going to Officer Martins Family. This event will be open to the public and we would love to have the community Frank so honorably protected and served come out in the masses!

The event will take place on Saturday, February 10th from 6-9pm at the beautiful new Federal Way Performing Arts and Events Center!

There are so many ways to get involved:
• Donate items such as baskets, gift cards, etc. for the Silent and Live Auctions.
• Purchase tickets to attend the event. $25 per person.
• Purchase a table for your Business or Organization and your logo will be prominently displayed. $250 to purchase a Table.
• Can’t make the event? Make monetary donations that will go directly to Officer Martin’s family.

You can purchase tickets and/or drop off items at the Federal Way Police Department Lobby-33325 8th Avenue South, during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm). Lobby will be closed this Monday, January 15th in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Please Note: ONLY cash or check can be accepted for ticket purchases or monetary donations at the Police Department counter. Checks can be made out to: FW Police Lieutenant Association.

If you have any questions about tickets, donations or the event itself, please feel free to contact FWPD Lieutenant Association President Raymond Bunk at 253-906-4265.

Officer Martin, his family and the Department would like to thank you in advance for your support! #ThrottleCancer

Federal Way Police Department

Federal Way Police Department2 weeks ago

Please consider joining the FWPD as a Police Volunteer!
There are many opportunities available.

Federal Way Police Department

Federal Way Police Department added 2 new photos.2 weeks ago

Thank you South King Fire & Rescue for your $500 donation to Officer Frank Martin as he continues to aggressively attack the fight of his life! Frank remains hospitalized, has undergone 3 rounds of chemotherapy and finished a significant radiation series. We are hoping to see Frank return to his home very soon to continue his regimen.
#ThrottleCancer

Federal Way Police Department

Federal Way Police Department2 weeks ago

Yesterday Shire came by all the way from Port Hadlock, WA to bring these snacks to the PD for Law Enforcement Apprectiation Day!
#LEAD2018 #COPs

Federal Way Police Department

Federal Way Police Department added 2 new photos.2 weeks ago

Today we celebrated National Law Enforcement Appreciation Week #LEAP2018 by welcoming so many of our valued community partners. Here we have three members of our City Council that stopped by with cookies to thank all those on duty for the work they do each day. Thank You Susan Honda, Martin Moore, Mark Koppang and all the Council.

We are definitely feeling appreciated today! Oh, and the #Copfuel is keeping us going…see you all at the FWCC to run some is these calories off!