The Bellevue Police Department is here to serve you! Feel free to reach out to us and let us know how we can be of assistance.
Catalytic Converter Etching Event
As part of its Project CATCON ID program, the police department is partnering with local businesses and agencies to host community etching events.
Appointments for the current event are now filled. Please check back regularly for updated information on new events.
A Message from Chief Wendell Shirley
Welcome to the Bellevue Police Department, a nationally accredited law enforcement agency committed to providing the highest quality law enforcement, community education and support services possible. Our residents enjoy a low crime rate and an outstanding quality of life.
To maintain this quality of life, our highly trained officers and professional staff use a combination of proactive and reactive methods to effectively and quickly respond to calls for service. To help reach our goal of a safe community, we partner with our caring community to identify problems early on and look for the best solution.
With 186 commissioned employees and a total staff of 234, the Bellevue Police Department provides professional police services to all residents, businesses and visitors of Bellevue, the fifth largest city in Washington. We strive to serve the community with respect, integrity, accountability and service.
You can learn more about what we do here and obtain police services, including:
If you have an issue or concern affecting your neighborhood, you may contact the police captain for your area.
Do you have an issue affecting your neighborhood? Contact the sector captain for your area! A captain is assigned to each of three geographical sectors -- North, South and West -- and is ultimately responsible for issues taking place in their sector. To identify the sector captain for your neighborhood, please refer to the sector captain map.
Do not contact the sector captains to report crimes or incidents in progress. To report a crime, please call 911 for emergencies or NORCOM non-emergency at 425-577-5656. You may also report many crimes online.