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Lake Stevens Police
2211 Grade Rd.
Lake Stevens, WA 98258

Welcome Letter from the Chief

Welcome to the Lake Stevens Police Department webpage. I am John Dyer, and am Lake Steven’s Chief of Police. It is my honor and pleasure to lead such a dedicated and professional group of men and women. It is our goal to serve the City of Lake Stevens with our values of Service, Honor, and Integrity always forefront in our minds.

Lake Stevens is the fifth largest city in Snohomish County, and as such, presents many challenges for the Lake Stevens Police Department. It is our goal to work with the citizens of Lake Stevens to create a team approach to the challenges which we face. When we work together, we make Lake Stevens the best place to live in both Snohomish County, as well as Western Washington. As your Chief, it will be one of my main goals to establish and maintain those important partnerships. As an agency, it is our main goal to serve all of the citizens of Lake Stevens, through enforcement, education, and interaction with the community.

We hope that you will find this website to be a useful tool. We also encourage you to like our Facebook page, at https://www.facebook.com/lakestevenspolice/, which provides law enforcement related news and information on a regular basis. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me, or any of the Lake Stevens Police Department staff.

Mission Statement
The department believes that preserving life, ensuring justice and guarding democracy are vital to a safe, healthy, and prosperous community.

The Lake Stevens Police Department is dedicated to those we serve, sensitive to their needs, and accountable to the community's expectations.

Integrity-We earn the trust of our community by maintaining the highest ethical standards both professionally, and in our private lives.

Honor-We are steadfast in the presence of adversity; we promote mutual respect with our community by our actions and speech.

Service-We contribute to the welfare of others out of a genuine desire to help. We serve through the ethical and competent execution of our duties.

**NEW Non-Emergency line**
In Lake Stevens and the surrounding area there is a new method for reporting Non-Emergencies!

Dial 425-407-3999 to utilize the non-emergency line.

Examples of Non-Emergencies Include:

* Illegal fireworks complaint
* Found pet or property
* A crime that occurred earlier and there is no suspect information
* A situation where emergency services personnel are needed, but there is no immediate danger to life or property.

Contact Us
John Dyer

Police Chief
John Dyer
Police Department
2211 Grade Rd.
Lake Stevens, WA 98258
P: (425) 334-9537
F: (425) 334-9842
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