For emergencies call 9-1-1.
For non-emergencies, call (425) 407 3999.
To contact Edmonds Police Department, call (425) 771-0200.
Please Note: As of January 1, 2019, Woodway has a contract with the City of Edmonds for police services. If you are searching for a police department record (copy of incident/accident report, etc.) please request that record through the City of Edmonds website. Click here to go to the Edmonds public records portal.
The Town of Woodway Police Department is responsible for maintaining law and order and providing police services to the community under the direction of Police Chief Alan Correa.
Chief Correa has worked for the Town of Woodway since 2005 and has also worked for the Lynnwood Police Department for since 1991. During that time, he has been a Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, Detective, SWAT team member, and DARE Officer. Of all his accomplishments with the City of Lynnwood, teaching the kids in DARE was the most rewarding. He is currently a Sergeant of Patrol with Lynnwood in addition to being the Police Chief for the Town of Woodway. Prior to working as a police officer, he served in the United States Air Force for ten years. He shares, "My parents were also in the United States Air Force, which gave me the opportunity to grow up in many different communities. I have been happily married for 35 years and have three children and three grandchildren. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I love most sports, especially soccer, tennis, and pool."
The Town of Woodway has five officers with an average experience level of over 12 years in law enforcement. The officers bring to the Town a great deal of training, experience, and expertise that greatly benefits the citizens of the community. Each of our officers functions as a patrol officer, providing basic and advanced law enforcement services to the community.
The Town of Woodway Police Department responds to over 360 calls for service each year, the majority of which are false alarms. Based on the community's commitment to traffic safety, traffic enforcement is a priority service emphasized by the police department, along with routine patrol and follow-up investigations of crimes that occur.
Home safety tips from the Police Department.
For emergencies call 9-1-1.
Woodway has a contract with Shoreline Fire Department for fire and emergency medical services.
Woodway has a contract with Snohomish County Department of Emergency Management (DEM) for emergency management services. DEM provides training to Woodway staff and residents and will coordinate response efforts in the case of a large-scale emergency. For disaster prepredness information visit their website at http://snohomishcountywa.gov/180/Emergency-Management.
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