COLVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT

147 E. Astor Avenue/PO Box 533

Colville, WA  99114

(509) 684-2525

Statewide TDD Relay Service 1-800-833-6388

E-mail:  policesec@colville.wa.us


Business Hours are Monday - Friday

8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

If you need to reach an officer right away, you can call (509) 684-2555 (Stevens County Dispatch) or if you have an emergency, please call 911.


Police Services

Our service consists of three divisions: operation, investigations, and administration. We have a staff of 12 full-time employees and 9 volunteer staff.  We strive to provide pro-active and prudent law enforcement and public safety services to the citizens of Colville. Our organization provides the citizens of Colville with 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year Police services.


 

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Police Information Requests

Voluntary Statement

Commissioned Officer\Reserve Police Officer Programs

Concealed Pistol Licenses

Fingerprinting

Child I.D.

Bicycle Registration

Taxicab Permits

Crime Prevention

Home Security Patrol

Traffic Safety Program

Animal Control

Parking Control

Video Surveillance Policy

FAQ

 


Colville Police Department

Goals & Objectives

  • Enhance and emphasize departmental resources in providing for public safety twenty-four hours a day, 365 days a year.

  • Create, review, evaluate, and modify all formal plans for consistency with the agency mission. Coordinate services with other City departments and law enforcement agencies. Promote and maintain good cooperative relationships with other law enforcement agencies and emergency service providers.

  • Organize departmental resources and coordinate across departments.

  • Provide pro-active leadership in managing and directing departmental resources.

  • Develop and implement regulatory programs that achieve statutory goals in the most effective manner possible.

  • Quality service at the lowest cost possible.

  • Understanding public values provides the department with a philosophic basis for the appropriate delivery of police services.

  • Provide for administrative services necessary to meet the statutory, regulatory, and operational needs of the department and expectations of the public.

  • Provide for public safety through enforcement of laws and delivery of police services in a pro-active manner.


Mission Statement

The primary mission of the Colville Police Department is to coordinate and lead efforts within the community to preserve the public peace, protect persons and property, prevent crime, and provide assistance to people in urgent situations.

Vision Statement

The Colville Police Department shall continuously improve public safety services, while fostering an environment of trust and partnership within the community.


 

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