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Yes! In the interest of transparency and partnership with our community, Bothell Police Policies are always available online, for the public to read. We welcome your interest.
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You must reside in the city of Bothell and provide photo identification with your current address. Detailed information about hours, forms and fees can be found HERE.
The Bothell Police Department provides fingerprinting services on-site (18410 101st Avenue NE) for Concealed Pistol Licenses (CPL) ONLY. Fingerprinting hours are Tuesdays from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. ONLY. Please call: 425-487-5120 to schedule your appointment. Applicants must reside within Bothell city limits.
If you'd like to claim any property (including money) you found, you are required (in accordance with RCW 63.21.010) to do the following:
Within 7 days of the finding:
You may claim the found property if:
If the property is valued at more than $25, cash payment is made to the City of Bothell in the amount of $5 or 10% of the appraised value of the property, whichever is greater. This payment shall be deposited into the City of Bothell's General Fund. For additional information, or questions related to found property, call the Property/Evidence officer of the Bothell Police Department at 425-487-5130.
To compliment or file a complaint with the Police Department, please fill out a Police Services Feedback Form and a Bothell Police Department staff member will follow up with you.
Our webpage offers detailed information about filing a public records request
Bothell Police fully supports the public's right to access public records, in accordance with Washington State laws and its Public Records Act.
The Bothell Police Community Room is available for public use during evening hours, Monday through Friday. Please print and complete this request form for each date and time you would like to reserve the room.
If this is an emergency, Please call 911. Our non-emergency number is 425-486-1254. Specific officers may not be available when you call, as they work varied schedules in order to serve our community 24/7.
We appreciate opportunities to talk with community members and answer questions. Please let us know about your meeting or gathering and invite us, here.
Officer availability may be limited, due to staffing levels and 911 calls for officer response.
We welcome your interest and invite you to learn about our officer training and Bothell Police Policies.
For information about pet licensing, please visit the animal services page.
You may obtain a clearance letter at the Records Section of the Police Department if you are a current or former City of Bothell resident with proof of residency. The fee is $10 and includes notarization. We will ask for picture ID, and conduct a records check for criminal history within the City of Bothell only.
For a statewide records check, please contact:
If you're in immediate danger, call 911, NOW! Domestic violence is a pattern of controlling, abusive behavior - emotional, sexual, or physical. It is a pattern that can be prevented and it can be stopped. It is something that can happen to anyone. Learn more and create your Safety Plan.
If you have been the victim of identity theft, please contact Bothell Police. Call 911 for emergencies. For non-emergencies, call our business line (answered 24/7) 425-486-1254. For additional information about identity theft, please visit the Federal Trade Commission web page dedicated to identity theft and resources.
Information about registered sex offenders is available on our web page.
Contact the non-emergency line at 425-486-1254 or fill out a Police Services Feedback Form and a Bothell Police Department staff member will follow up with you.
You are required to complete a Washington State Accident report if there was no police report taken and the damage from the accident exceeds $700.
Washington State Accident Report forms are available from any Police Department. You can pick one up during business hours at the Bothell Police Department. You can also find the form online on the
Share information with the Bothell Police Traffic Unit. Please fill out a police services form, and let us know what's going on. Fill out the contact information, so our officers can reach out to you.