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Shoreline Washington Police Station Address: 1026 N 185th St, Shoreline, WA 98133, United States


3 weeks ago
Everyone welcome K9 Recruit Deputy to Shoreline Police and the King County Sheriff’s Office!

Deputy Holmes, K9 Recruit Enzo’s handler, was raised in the Shoreline area and a graduate of the… https://t.co/rWNfNdSDFF

3 weeks ago
At a national level we are seeing more and more active shooter incidents that concern every citizen. While we do not have control of what motivates people to do such horrific acts, we do… https://t.co/2nlT4CxmlI

4 weeks ago
Shoreline Police is expecting a new arrival soon! Stay tuned early next week for more!

3 months ago
Today, at approximately 2:45 p.m., a bank was robbed near
N 175th / Aurora Ave N. Patrol Officers were in the… https://t.co/VON0RuRQFt

4 months ago
The Shoreline Police Department wishes everyone a happy and safe New Year! https://t.co/xtyKCdtx8Q

Shoreline Police Department

The Shoreline Police Department is comprised of an administration department headed by Police Chief Shawn Ledford. The department has dedicated Patrol Operations, a skilled Burglary/Larceny Unit, a Special Emphasis Team (street crime detectives), special support services, and traffic patrol. The SPD also operates several community outreach programs with a dedicated Community Outreach and Problem Solving Officer, Steve Perry, who works out of City Hall. We also have a full-time Community Officer, Dahlia Corona, who speaks fluent Spanish.

Although services are contracted through the King County Sheriff’s Office, the officers are dedicated to Shoreline, wearing Shoreline uniforms and driving Shoreline patrol cars.

A reminder that crime data and information can be found at www.CrimeReports.com by going to their site and searching using an address or a zip code. Maps with crime stats and locations along with registered sex offenders can be found there.

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Shoreline Police Department1 week ago

Shoreline PD wants to thank Bryce Hansen for his life saving actions today. A kayaker was in distress, just off-shore of the Richmond Beach Saltwater Park. WIthout hesitation, Hansen took his paddle board out to help this person. Shoreline PD and Shoreline FD want to thank him for what he did.

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Shoreline Police Department2 weeks ago

Registration now open for the Personal Safety Awareness and Response training (PSAR). The 4-class program is designed to raise awareness and get you in the mindset of personal safety/intuition, active shooter incidents and response, and provide you with basic self-defense techniques.

Registration is limited. First-come, first-serve basis. Must pass a background check to participate.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Please contact Community Officer Corona to register
(206) 801-2719 or dahlia.corona@kingcounty.gov.

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Shoreline Police Department added 2 new photos.3 weeks ago

Everyone welcome K9 Recruit Deputy to Shoreline Police and the King County Sheriff’s Office!

Deputy Holmes, K9 Recruit Enzo’s handler, was raised in the Shoreline area and a graduate of the Shoreline Public School District (Ridgecrest Elementary, Kellogg Middle School and Shorecrest High School). Deputy Holmes also attended Shoreline Community College. He is an 11 year law enforcement veteran.

A little about K9 Recruit Deputy Enzo: he is a 2 ½ year old German Shepherd who was imported from Germany by Alderhorst International (a canine vendor in Riverside, CA). Enzo was selected by the Sheriff’s Office after rigors testing (temperament, courage, medical evaluation, etc). It was clear from the get-go Enzo has the qualities the Sheriff’s Office requires from our police service dogs.

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Shoreline Police Department added 6 new photos.3 weeks ago

At a national level we are seeing more and more active shooter incidents that concern every citizen. While we do not have control of what motivates people to do such horrific acts, we do need to be aware of our safety and surroundings.

We are reaching out to the community through the Personal Safety Awareness and Response (PSAR) – a Shoreline Police program designed to create awareness and give you some tools to get you in the mindset of personal safety, active shooter events and basic personal defense tactics.

Thanks to Sgt. Park, Deputy Bates and Community Officer Corona for the implementation of this program in the city. Stay tuned for the next session open to Shoreline residents this Spring!

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Shoreline Police Department added 2 new photos.4 weeks ago

Shoreline Police is expecting a new arrival soon! Stay tuned early next week for more!

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Shoreline Police Department1 month ago

UPDATE: ROAD IS NOW OPEN. 15th Ave NE at Forest Park Drive NE is closed due to a non-injury collision that left oil on the roadway. We hope to have the roadway open as soon as possible.