Intelligence Led Policing in Kent, WA
The Kent Police Department is a dynamic and innovative organization that partners with its residents to ensure a safe community. In addition to aggressively fighting crime, preventing crime and community engagement, the police department works to improve the quality of life in the community.
Dial 253-852-2121 for less critical situations
By using the non-emergency number, the public is ensuring that 911 will be readily available for actual emergencies. Examples of calls that are appropriate for a non-emergency operator:
- A residential, business or vehicle break-in that occurred on an earlier day
- The return of a runaway child.
- Identification of additional lost or stolen property after an initial report has been made
- Lost property
- A hit and run traffic collision when no longer at the scene of the collision
When to call 911 vs. 253-852-2121
KPD Community Meeting
The Kent Police Department would like to invite you to attend a community meeting on Wednesday June 10 beginning at 7:00p.m at Sunnycrest Elementary School (24629 42nd Ave S, Kent, WA 98032). This is a great opportunity to hear Chief Thomas, command staff and officers talk about current crime trends, Kent Police structure and response, as well as prevention tips. The special presentation is on Fair and Impartial Policing training being implemented by KPD. For more information click here, or call (253)856-5884 or email@example.com
Kent Crime Reports
The Kent Police Department now uses a new website to share current crime statistics. You can also search for registered sex offenders. Click here for more information!
2013 Kent Police Department Annual Report
The Kent Police Department is working to become the most respected and effective police department in the region. We put a strong emphasis on transparency and outreach to connect with our community. The 2013 Annual Report is now complete and is presented to the public to provide insight into the Department's activity throughout the year.
2013 Kent PD Annual Report
Trespass Authorization Program
The City of Kent offers business owners an opportunity to be involved in a Trespass Enforcement Authorization Program. This partnership provides the Kent Police Department authorization to question and handle persons who may be unlawfully occupying the property during non business hours. This program DOES NOT increase the police patrolling of your property. To enroll you must complete a trespass authorization form and purchase "No Trespass" signs specific to the Kent City Code. The signs are sold at $25.00 a piece by the Kent Police Foundation. For more information, or to access the form, click here.
Victim Assistance Information
Kent Police strongly believes that crime victims and witnesses must be afforded rights to protect them from criminal activity. The Information Assistance pamphlet outlines some of the protections afforded by law. The pamphlet is available in several languages.
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