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Free Oct. 12 event to feature experts highlighting threat assessment and violence prevention strategies
Emergency response offers enforcement and counseling as needed After a successful trial run in 2021, the city on Friday, Sept. 1 will begin deploying a Community Crisis Assistance Team to provide specialized support to people in crisis.
In partnership with neighboring police departments and community organizations, Bellevue police will participate in a community safety forum focused on education, prevention and reporting of hate crimes and bias incidents.
Welcome to the Bellevue Police Department's new quarterly newsletter! Our goal is to keep you informed about crime trends, prevention tips and what's happening in the department.
A 16-year-old male has been arrested in connection with multiple armed robberies, assault, motor vehicle theft, and possession of a stolen firearm. He was 15 years old when the crime was committed. Charges have also been referred for his 15-year-old female accomplice.
An extensive multiple-agency investigation has led to the arrest of three suspects in an organized burglary ring. The group is suspected of dozens of regional burglaries from Bellingham to Kent, including three in the Lakemont neighborhood in Bellevue.
Bellevue and Kent police officers arrested four armed robbery suspects around 1:00 a.m. Tuesday in Kent. The four are accused of robbing a marijuana dispensary at gunpoint in the 3000 block of 156th Ave SE in Bellevue.
Bellevue detectives are seeking witnesses to a kidnapping and assault over the weekend. Shortly after 10 p.m. on Saturday, May 27th, multiple people called 9-11, reporting that a black SUV pulled up in the 10600 block NE 2nd St, and two men got out and fought with another male victim.