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Tacoma Washington Police Station Address: 1524 M.L.K. Jr Way, Tacoma, WA 98405, United States


5 days ago
Deputy Daniel McCartney “Gone but never forgotten”
Our thoughts and prayers go to Deputy McCartney’s family and Pierce County Sheriff’s Department. https://t.co/yPPTRnXfn6

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2 weeks ago
Our thoughts and prayers are with Pierce County Sheriff’s Department.

1 month ago
Tacoma Shop with a Cop!!! Shopping success!! Merry Christmas!! https://t.co/MBYo0Jvqsd

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Tacoma Police Department

The Tacoma Police Department is represented by 338 Commissioned Officers, three limited Commission Officers (Animal Control), and 43 civilian employees. As an accredited Police Department through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), we are committed to providing the citizens of Tacoma with the highest level of police service by meeting nationally set standards of police excellence through model policies, procedures, and practices. Over the years, we have built strong working relationships throughout our community, City departments, and various agencies and business as we are committed to Community Oriented Policing. These relationships have allowed us to build collaborative partnerships to effectively reduce crime and crime-related activity throughout our neighborhoods and business districts so our citizens feel safe and secure where they live, work, and visit in Tacoma.
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Tacoma Police Department2 weeks ago

Keep Pierce County Deputies in your thoughts and prayers. It is with sadness that we share another Deputy’s life has been taken in the line of duty.

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Tacoma Police Department2 months ago

This year the Tacoma Police Department will be collecting toys for TOYS FOR TOTS at each of our locations. Donation boxes are located in each of our lobbies. All donations of new, unwrapped gifts for children between the ages of 1-13 years of age must be dropped off by December 15th at 5:00 pm to be distributed this year. THANK YOU for helping us to support the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program!!!

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Tacoma Police Department3 months ago

Reminder for National Take Back Drug Day. Tacoma Police Sub Stations will be opened Saturday, October 28th from 10-2 PM. 1 Sector Sub-1524 MLK Way.2 Sector Sub-5140 N. 26th St. 3 Sector Sub-1501 S. 72nd St. 4 Sector Sub-400 E. 56th St.
The goals of the Take Back Program are to prevent drug overdoses or poisoning of family members, and prevent drugs from being stolen from your home or car and used illegally .In addition, it also keeps drugs out of the water and our wildlife.

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Tacoma Police Department3 months ago

News Release
From the City of Tacoma, Washington
cityoftacoma.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Oct. 16, 2017
MEDIA CONTACTS
Gwen Schuler, Media and Communications, gschuler@cityoftacoma.org, (253) 591-5152
Stacy Ellifritt, Media and Communications, stacy.ellifritt@cityoftacoma.org, (253) 591-2005
Residents Urged to Prepare for First Heavy Rainfall of the Season
The National Weather Service has issued a heavy rainfall outlook for Western Washington starting the evening of Monday, Oct. 16, and extending through the weekend. During a heavy rain event the City of Tacoma’s stormwater system could get overwhelmed and some city streets and low areas could flood.

Storm drains clogged by fallen leaves are one of the biggest causes of street flooding, and one of the easiest to prevent. Residents can help prevent potential flooding issues by disposing of leaves and yard waste properly and by keeping streets and storm drains free from debris.

What to do about a clogged storm drain causing street flooding:
• Use a rake, broom or stick to try to clear the blockage
• Do not wade into large puddles of water
• If you cannot clear the blockage, or you see a storm drain that is not working properly, please report flooding problems to (253) 591-5585

In addition, the City’s Public Works Department is providing free sandbag supplies to the public for personal use. While supplies last, community members can come to the Tacoma Asphalt Plant at 3210 Center St., Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to shovel and load their own sandbags. This station is now open and is expected to remain open through March 2018.
For more information on sandbag supplies call (253) 591-5495.

The City’s surface water crews work to keep Tacoma’s 22,000-plus storm drains functioning properly. However, residents can make a big difference in preventing street and property flooding due to clogged storm drains by picking up fallen leaves and keeping storm drains clear.

For more information, visit cityoftacoma.org/flood or call (253) 591-5585.