City of Bonney Lake

In accordance with the Governor's phased reopening plan and orders from the State Supreme Court, the Bonney Lake Police Department lobby will be closed to the public. We encourage members of the public to check BLPD's website or social media before visiting the police department in the event the closure period is extended. 

- Concealed Pistol Licenses: Visit "Other Police Services" for information
- Boat launch parking permits: Visit "Other Police Services" for information
-Citizen's Academy will be suspended.
-Ride-alongs, departmental visits and fingerprinting services will be suspended.
-Records requests will be available online.

Emergency services including 911 and text-to-911 remain available 24/7, as is the non-emergency line (253-287-4455) to report a crime or request contact from an officer. Our Records staff will be available by phone (253-863-2218) Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm should you need assistance.

Police services are provided by the Bonney Lake Police Department. The Police Department consists of 31 commissioned officers and 7.6 civilian support positions. The Bonney Lake Police Department provides the citizens of Bonney Lake with a broad range of law enforcement services. There are two core areas that provide traditional law enforcement services plus several small specialty units staffed by officers throughout the department on an additional duty basis.

The mission of the Bonney Lake Police department is to provide quality law enforcement and preserve the peace within the framework of the Constitution and enforcement of federal, state and municipal law. We embrace the highest principles of public service adhering to legislative standards of fairness, impartiality and equality.

In fulfillment of that mission, the department provides the following services:


  • Patrol services, including initial response to calls and coordination of law enforcement services with external agencies;
  • Criminal investigations, including investigation of criminal offenses;
  • Dissemination of crime information to the public and other agencies;
  • Community services, including management of and response to, domestic violence and youth related complaints, provision of education related services to include crime prevention;
  • Administrative services including planning and fiscal management, crime and federal criminal justice systems; and
  • Personnel management services, including internal affairs, training, and personnel services.

The Police Department consists of:

  • The Office of the Chief includes annual reports and information regarding our Police Chief.
  • Operations includes information about The Marine Service Unit, Metro Tactical Response Team, Patrol Units & Traffic Units.
  • Administration includes information on Investigations, Records/Records Requests, Community Service Officers, Volunteers & Sex Offenders information. 
  • Recruitment - Information about working for the Bonney Lake Police Department.
  • Other Police Services including fingerprinting, CPL information, animal control, boat launch passes and victim services.

Submit a Tip

Do you have a tip concerning any of our investigations or our 'Can You ID Me' posts? Please email our detectives by clicking here.
*All information provided is subject to public disclosure per RCW 42.56 unless you ask to remain anonymous. 

Our Tip Line phone number is 253-447-3231. Please leave a message with as many details as possible. The tip line will be checked periodically. Thank you for your help!

*The tip line and email are NOT for reporting crimes. You must still call 911 or non-emergency dispatch at 253-287-4455 to report a crime.*

If you are wanting to FILE a police report, please call 253-287-4455. We Do Not accept online reports.



Department Organizational Chart

Bryan JeterBryan JeterChief of Police
Department Information
ADDRESS:18421 Veterans Memorial DR EBonney Lake, WA 98391

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