The mission of the Mukilteo Police Department is to provide professional police service for and with the community.
- Professionalism- With pride we enforce the law with compassion, fairness, and respect for all. We strive for excellence in service by being a highly trained, self-disciplined, and motivated team.
- Integrity- We hold ourselves accountable to the highest standards of moral and ethical conduct. We hold ourselves to elevated standards of trust, responsibility, and discipline while promoting justice in a fair and impartial manner.
- Community- We are committed to partnering with the community to ensure public safety and promote a high quality of life. We value open communication and mutual trust.
The Mukilteo Police Department is tasked with enforcing local, State and Federal laws. In addition, the Police Department is responsible for protecting citizens and their property.
With an annual operating budget of $4.3 million, the Police Department currently employs 28 commissioned officers and 4 non-commissioned support staff.
The staff is broken down into five divisions, the Patrol Division, the Special Operations Division, the Administration and Support Services Division, the Training Division, and the Crime Prevention Division.
Our Organization chart is available in Adobe (PDF) format. To display the file click on the Organization Chart link.
The Mukilteo Police Department 2014 Annual Report is now available for review. Click on the link above to access the report.
The 2013 Annual Report, 2012 Annual Report, 2011 Annual Report and 2010 Annual Report are also available for review.
If you are interested in a career with the Mukilteo Police Department you may wish to view the Recruitment Document.
Patrol is the largest Division in the Department. It is comprised of 4 Sergeants, 4 Corporals and 13 Officers. In addition to handling all emergencies, calls for service and ensuring public safety the Patrol Division is tasked with Traffic enforcement. Two officers serve as specialized traffic officers, who also perform normal patrol duties.
The Special Operations Division is also known as the Detective Section. It is comprised of 1 Detective Sergeant and 2 Detectives. More information about the Special Operations Division may be seen via this Investigations Link.
Administration and Support Services
Within the Administrative Division is the Support Services Section. This Section has 1 Records Supervisor and 2 Support Services Technicians. The Community Service Officer (animal control & parking enforcement,) and the Administrative Assistant also fall under the Administrative Division.
The Training Division ensures that all employees of the Police Department receive mandatory and supplemental training.
The Training Division also maintains officers' training records and certifications, participates in the hiring process, and facilitates the Field Training Program for newly hired officers.
Crime Prevention Division
The Crime Prevention Division is staffed by 1 Crime Prevention Officer. Additional information regarding the Mukilteo Police Department Crime Prevention Program is available via this Crime Prevention link.
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Friday, October 31, 2014
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