Police

Redmond Police PatchThe Redmond Police Department is dedicated to customer service and problem solving through collaboration and communication. We work to ensure an environment which values trust, excellence and accountability through leadership.

The department has 130 employees who work hard every day to actively reduce crime, address traffic safety issues and maintain the highest level of safety and security for residents, employees, businesses and visitors in Redmond.

COVID-19 Response: Current Changes to Police Services:

  • The Redmond Public Safety Building (8701 160th Ave NE) is closed to the public until April 30, 2020. The outside phone that reaches our dispatch center is available 24/7.
  • Essential police staffing (officers, 911 dispatchers and necessary support staff) is at normal levels. If you have an emergency, call 911. Our 24/7 non-emergency line is 425-556-2500.
  • RPD has suspended fingerprinting services to the public until further notice. This includes fingerprinting as part of the application process for a Concealed Pistol License.
  • All public police events have been canceled through the end of March.
  • We encourage online reporting for non-emergency, minor incidents https://www.redmond.gov/419/Online-Reporting
  • Officers have the personal protective equipment needed for safe contact while they respond to calls.
  • Police and City staff are taking all safety precautions recommended by the Center for Disease Control and King County Public Health.

March 5, 2020: Effective immediately: Out of an abundance of caution due to public health concerns, the Redmond Police Department is suspending fingerprinting services to the public. This includes fingerprinting as part of the application process for an original Concealed Pistol License. The suspension of fingerprinting is not permanent, but due to the fluidity of the public health situation, we are not able to provide an estimated date for return of services at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience and encourage people to stay safe and healthy by following guidelines from the King County Department of Public Health.

For renewal and replacement applications, please contact the Records Unit by phone at 425-556-2600 between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Concealed Pistol License Application