If there is an immediate emergency threat to life or property, call 9-1-1:
- ANY urgent/emergent medical or fire situation
- ANY in progress crime, suspicious activity, or if a person fears for their safety or safety of others
For non-emergencies, call 425-407-3999:
- Non-violent crimes that occurred earlier and there is no suspect information
- Situations where emergency services are needed, but there is no immediate danger to life or property
- Found pet or property
- Noise & traffic complaints
- Request for information
- Animal-related complaints
- Illegal firework complaints
- OR, use on-line crime reporting: www.mycrimereport.us
If you are not sure if your situation is an emergency, call 9-1-1
When you call 9-1-1, be prepared to answer questions which may include:
- The nature of the emergency
- The location of the emergency, including the street address and/or landmarks
- Your name & phone number
- Details about the emergency: Physical descriptions of suspects, description of injuries /symptoms being experienced, situation of a burning fire, and other information to describe the situation
- Stay on the line until the operator releases the call - situations constantly change and updated information may be needed
To report a power outage, call Snohomish County PUD: 425-783-1001
In the course of their duties, Everett Police employees and officers often go above and beyond the call of duty to provide exceptional service to the public. In these cases, citizens are encouraged to let the department know what actions were taken.
Citizen Complaint forms
Contact staff within the Everett Police Department.
Completed Forms must be signed, dated and returned to the Everett Police Department. This can be done in-person during normal working hours or mailed to the Everett Police Department, Office of Professional Standards, 3002 Wetmore Avenue, Everett, WA 98201. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Professional Standards at 425-257-8555.