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Leadership, Integrity, Service, Teamwork

   King County Sheriff

Emergency: Call 9-1-1

Call (206) 296-3311 24-hours to report a neighborhood problem or a crime that is not an emergency.

King County Courthouse
516 Third Ave
Room W-150
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 296-4155
TTY Relay: 7-1-1












Police department membersThe City of SeaTac has a population of over 25,000 residents. SeaTac International Airport is located entirely within the city boundaries. This creates very special demands for police services in the community.

SeaTac has contracted with the Sheriff's Office since incorporation in 1990. Their Police Chief oversees the activities of a 62-person force that includes patrol officers, detectives, and support staff. The city may also rely on the Sheriff's Office response for specialized services such as major crimes or major accident investigations.

Public Safety Community Outreach & Crime Prevention

SeaTac Police hosts and participates in events and training programs throughout the year with the goal of educating our adults and children about safety, crime prevention and problem solving techniques.


  • Laws & Paws
  • G.R.E.A.T. (Gang Resistance Education Awareness Training)
  • C.S.I. (Crime Scene Program)
  • Safe Rider Citation Program
  • Domestic Violence Education/Teen Dating Awareness


  • Citizens Police Academy
  • C.E.R.T. (Community Emergency Response Team)
  • National Night Out*
  • Burglary Call Back Program*
  • Public Safety Forums


  • Hotel/Motel Quarterly Crime Statistics Updates
  • Employee Safety Fairs
  • Security Surveys*
  • Crime Free Multi-Housing Training*

For information about community outreach programs, please call our business office at 206-973-4900.

*For information about crime prevention programs, please call Community Crime Prevention Office Rich Rowe at 206-973-4904.

Traffic Safety

The SeaTac Police are committed to reducing deaths, injuries and property damage associated with traffic accidents. In collaboration with the City of SeaTac Public Works, they have analyzed collision data and continue to look for ways to improve traffic safety through a variety of education, enforcement and engineering efforts. The City of SeaTac also has an ordinance that requires the impounding of vehicles driven by persons whose license has been suspended.

About the Police Department

Emergency: 911  

Non-Emergency Dispatch: (206) 296-3311

Police Chief: Chief Lisa Mulligan


Web Site:

Office Information:
SeaTac Police Department
4800 S. 188 Street
SeaTac, WA 98188
Business Phone: (206) 973-4900

About the City

Web Site:


Office Information:
City of SeaTac
4800 S. 188 Street
SeaTac, WA 98188
Phone: (206) 973-4800