Kirkland Police Department
Our mission is to provide quality law enforcement, with fair and respectful treatment of our Community, through partnerships, personal dedication and courage.
The Kirkland Police Department employs commissioned and civilian personnel who provide patrol, traffic, investigation, and specially trained units in K-9, special response, and crisis negotiations.
The Patrol Division is responsible for most patrol related law enforcement operations and is the largest team within the Department providing emergency services to citizens in Kirkland's corporate boundaries, 24-hours a day, every day of the year.
The Investigations Division is responsible for follow-up, long-term investigations, maintaining criminal intelligence, and undercover narcotics enforcement.
The Family Violence Unit supports domestic violence victims and the Community Resources Unit provides crime prevention education and school resource support.
The Corrections Unit is responsible for booking, housing, and transporting prisoners; and maintaining the security of the correctional facility.
The Records Unit is responsible for records maintenance, processing documents, and providing phone and counter customer service.
In June, 2014, the Kirkland Police Department relocated to the Kirkland Justice Center, 11750 NE 118th Street, Kirkland, WA 98034.
From I-405 heading North: Take the NE 116th exit (#20A). Turn left on NE 116th St. (Go under I-405). Take first right on 120th Avenue NE. Take first left on to NE 118th Street. Go 0.1 mile; building will be on right.
From I-405 South: Take the NE 124th Street exit (#20). Turn right on NE 124th; take first left onto 120th Avenue NE. Turn right on NE 118th Street. Go 0.1 mile; building will be on right.