Police

Redmond Police Department

To the Redmond Community:
Welcome to the RPD website! Our department consists of approximately 130 employees who are responsible for providing excellent law enforcement services to our community. We respond to approximately 500 calls for service each week while practicing a very community oriented/problem solving style of policing. Redmond Police Department is very proud to hold ourselves accountable to the accreditation standards recommended by the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC).

We recruit, hire, and train high caliber employees and encourage career development to meet the varied challenges faced in law enforcement. We continuously foster relationships and collaboration with private sector security, businesses, apartment complexes, neighborhoods, schools, faith communities, and other city departments.

Our Vision

Redmond Police Department is an organization 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. 


Since 2012 we have seen a significant increase in the number of property crimes reported in our community. Your safety is our top priority and we encourage you to take an active role to ensure Redmond remains an incredible place to live, work, and play. If you would like to be included on our email distribution list, please email crimeprevention@redmond.gov.

We look forward to serving and working with you.

Regards,

Ron Gibson
Chief of Police

New

Career Watch Open House
Redmond Police Department is having an open house Wednesday March 25th from 6 to 7pm. View the flyer with all the details.

Avoid 2015 Tax Scams
Redmond Police Department reminds citizens to be on alert for tax scams by IRS impersonators.

Alarm Activity
Effective Jan. 6, 2015, the Redmond Police Department updated its commercial and residential burglary alarm protocol. Please see our alarm page for information about false alarms, status changes and reinstatement procedures. Additional questions regarding burglary alarm response may be directed to the Crime Prevention Office at 425-556-2541 or tgoepfert@redmond.gov.

Join Our Team
Redmond Police Department is seeking lateral and entry-level applicants. Entry-level applicants: see www.publicsafetytesting.com; lateral applicants: see www.govjobstoday.com. For more information, please contact our Recruiting & Hiring Unit at PoliceHiring@redmond.gov.

See our compensation packages for Police Support Officers, Police Officers and Police Dispatchers.

Take the Plunge!

Join us as we support Special Olympics Washington with the 2015 Polar Plunge on Saturday, March 14 at Idylwood Park. Your support through contributions and in-kind donations is greatly appreciated as we aim to raise $30,000: 2015 Polar Plunge Form.pdf. See the Special Olympics tab on the left for more information.

Help Us Help You!

City of Redmond has teamed up with TrackMole, a free service to help police reunite owners with their lost, stolen or left-behind property.

Register your valuables today at TrackMole.com.

2013 Redmond Police Annual Report

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Redmond Police Department

8701 160th Avenue NE
Redmond, WA 98052

Main Phone: 425-556-2500
Media: 425-556-2545