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 Sgt. Bruce Bartlett at bruce.bartlett@kingcounty.gov or call him at (206) 801-2713.

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