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You must reside in the city of Bothell and provide photo identification with your current address. Detailed information about hours, forms and fees can be found HERE.
We appreciate opportunities to talk with community members and answer questions. Please let us know about your meeting, by filling out this quick form.
We invite you to learn about our policies and officer training. Follow this link to learn more.
If you're in immediate danger, call 911, NOW! Domestic violence is a pattern of controlling, abusive behavior - emotional, sexual, or physical. It is a pattern that can be prevented and it can be stopped. It is something that can happen to anyone. Call police for help.
Officers will also:
A police report can be used to help prove the abuse occurred which may be helpful in a variety of court hearings including a Protection Order hearing.
If you would like to learn more about Domestic Violence and some of the resources available to assist victims of abuse, visit the resources located on the
If you have been the victim of identity theft, please contact Bothell Police. Call 911 for emergencies. For non-emergencies, call our business line (answered 24/7) 425-486-1254. For additional information about identity theft, please visit the
For information about pet licensing, please visit the animal services page.
You are required to complete a Washington State Accident report if there was no police report taken and the damage from the accident exceeds $700.
Washington State Accident Report forms are available from any Police Department. You can pick one up during business hours at the Bothell Police Department. You can also find the form online on the
The Bothell Police Department provides fingerprinting services on-site (18410 101st Avenue NE) for Concealed Pistol Licenses (CPL) ONLY.
Fingerprinting hours are Tuesdays from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. ONLY.
Please call: 425-487-5120 to schedule your appointment.
Applicants must reside within Bothell city limits.
Share information with the Bothell Police Traffic Unit. Please fill out a police services form, and let us know what's going on. Fill out the contact information, so our officers can reach out to you.
Here's where you can find more information about filing a public records request.
The aircraft is equipped with a camera system capable of recording video and still image files. The aircraft does not have the capability to examine images using any sort of facial recognition software. Additionally, department policy does not allow for images or videos to be subjected to facial recognition processes.
The Chief of Police has the ultimate authority over the ROAS program. The Chief will appoint a division commander to manage the program. The division commander will appoint a Program Coordinator and they will manage the program, pilots, observers, and aircraft. Supervisors and pilots will make decisions regarding the deployment of the ROAS.
The Bothell Police ROAS policy is available for anyone in the public to view. In the policy handbook it is: BPD 220
The department has the ROAS policy and the flight logs for operations posted on our website. Additionally, incidents involving the use of a ROAS are subject to the public disclosure laws.
Flight logs: We are currently working with a flight data company to ensure flight logs can be accessed through our web page. A public portal will be posted as soon as possible. This flight data information will be available to the public, through our website without the need to file a public records request.
As expressly directed in the ROAS policy, members of the department will consider the privacy concerns of our community every time the ROAS is deployed.
Here is an excerpt from the policy.
The department has a robust complaint procedure in place. Any person may call the department and ask to speak with the duty supervisor – 425.486.1254. Or, any person can file a complaint/compliment online.
The department engaged on multiple occasions with the community during the development of the ROAS program. As a result of this engagement, the policy and procedures governing the ROAS program were steered and shaped after review of the questions, comments, concerns, and suggestions from members of the community.
These engagement opportunities included:
We'd like to hear from you, and are happy to answer any questions you may have. Please contact Captain Mike Johnson.