Police Department

Mission Statement:
To protect life and property through professional service and a
proactive partnership with our community.

June 11, 2020:  We have answered a lot of questions recently in our community about our use of force policies and how we are engaging with our community.  See our answers to some of the main questions we are hearing and review our policies and procedures manual


COVID Service Changes: 

 - All fingerprinting services are suspended until further notice.

 - We are not accepting medications at our drop box at this time; residents can drop off unwanted medications or expired prescriptions at the downtown QFC pharmacy.

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, and in an effort to help with keeping our department personnel and citizens safe and healthy, all ride-a-longs are cancelled through the end of 2020, and until further notice. Thank you for your understanding during this time.

  1. Community Engagement Coordinator Cam Johnson with Chief Seuberlich

    Bothell Police Welcomes New Community Engagement Coordinator

    We are happy to announce the hiring of our new Community Engagement Coordinator, Cam Johnson. Read on...
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    Police Arrest Woman for Criminal Trespass

    We are aware of a video circulating showing a Bothell Officer taking a female into custody at a local grocery store. The person was not arrested for not wearing a mask, but was taken into custody for Criminal Trespassing at the request of the business. Read on...
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    Statement from Chief Seuberlich - Serving with Professionalism, Compassion, and Equity

    Over the last few weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to talk with many community members to discuss a wide range of topics. As a result, I feel that it is important for me, as the Chief of Police, to reaffirm our department’s commitment to you. Read on...
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