Shoreline's Police Department
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Shoreline Police are committed to preventing crime and maintaining an environment where people feel safe in their homes and in public spaces. Shoreline continues to be a safe community with a stable crime rate and our police employees know how important it is to be responsive to community needs and concerns. 

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A message from Police Chief Shawn Ledford

I encourage you to start a Shoreline Watch group in your neighborhood to meet a Shoreline officer that patrols your neighborhood and receive crime prevention tips. To start a block watch or get more information, email Officer Steve Perry at steven.perry@kingcounty.gov or call the Shoreline Police Community Outreach office at (206) 801-2764.

Read the Chief's full message
2015 National Night OutNational Night Out

Every year, Shoreline residents come together to celebrate National Night Out (NNO). This unique crime/drug prevention event connects cities, police, fire, businesses, neighborhood associations, and neighbors across the country. Earmark this year's date as an opportunity to gather with family, friends, and neighbors to explore ideas pertaining to personal safety and community connectivity. Help us break our record of 67 NNO parties hosted in Shoreline last year!

Register your National Night Out party

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