The Bonney Lake Police Department believes in strong relationships of mutual trust between police agencies and the communities they serve are critical to maintaining public safety and effective policing. The Bonney Lake  Police Officers rely on the cooperation of community members to provide information about crime in their neighborhoods, and to work with the police to devise solutions to crime and disorder problems.


As a City and as a Department, the Bonney Lake Police participate and host a number of community events. Please visit the police calendar or see the events below.
Chief For A Day
We hope you will join us for the 2021 Chief For a Day event at the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission on August 19th.

Chief For a Day is about celebrating the lives of children who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening or chronic medical condition. The hope is to provide these children with a day of fun they will never forget and to become a part of their precious lives. It will be our mission to help these children, and their families, to forget about their illness if only for one day.

Children will be transported by police motorcade from a destination to be determined to the WSCJTC. In addition to each child having a hand-tailored uniform from their sponsoring agency, each child will be sworn in as “Chief” or “Sheriff” for the day. After the swearing in ceremony, the new Chiefs and Sheriffs will then experience outside presentations made by law enforcement agencies.

This is a FREE (EVERYTHING IS FREE…even the pony rides and face painting) event that is open to the public, so please pass this information on to your friends, family, and coworkers!

Typical Agenda from previous years:
10:15 AM: Arrival of police motorcade
11:00 AM: Opening ceremony
12:00 PM: Lunch (by donation)
1 - 3 PM: Outside demonstrations/presentations

A  peek at some of the demonstrations/presentations in the past: pony carousel, helicopter, police canine teams, bounce houses, face painting, fire trucks, SWAT teams, Department of Licensing ID station, taser demonstrations, Insitu unmanned security drones, Harley Davidson, Nile Shrine Center—Shurtah Unit, King County Regional AFIS Program, FBI, WA Dept. of Fish & Wildlife poacher trailer and bear dogs, Puget Sound Blood Center Bone Marrow Program, and MUCH MORE!

As said above, this event is FREE as it is run strictly on donations. If you would like to make a monetary donation to this event, please make a check out to CFAD 2021 and mail it to WSCJTC, Attention: CFAD 2021, 19010 1st Avenue South, Burien, WA 98148.

We look forward to seeing you in August 2021. 

Citizen's Academy

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR 2020 ACADEMY - WATCH FOR 2021 ACADEMY ANNOUNCEMENTS TOWARD END OF 2020

2020 Academy begins Monday, February 17.

General Information

If you work or live in the City of Bonney Lake, you are invited to apply for the Bonney Lake Police Department Citizen's Academy!

This is a popular and successful annual event, and citizens who attended attest to a much better understanding of their Police Department and the Criminal Justice System. Plus, it’s a lot of fun!

Police Badge LogoAcademy Mission
 The Bonney Lake Police Department is dedicated to enhancing community partnerships by increasing our citizens understanding of the criminal justice system through education.


What is a Citizen's Academy?
The Citizen’s Academy is a free 7-week, two evenings per week classroom based course that includes hands on learning and mock scenes. Our goal is to facilitate a better understanding of the criminal justice system and local police services through education.

When is the Academy?
Class begins February 17, 2020. Class hours are from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. A time commitment of two evenings (Mondays & Wednesdays) per week for 7 weeks is required. There will also be one Saturday scheduled for the mock scenes and emergency vehicle operations.

Are there any requirements?
Applicants must be 18 years of age or a High School Senior, live and/or work in the City of Bonney Lake, have a valid driver’s license, and no criminal record. All applicants are subject to a criminal history and warrant check.
There is no fee to attend and class notebooks will be provided to participants.

Where is Citizen’s Academy held?
Class is held at the Bonney Lake Public Safety Building, 18421 Veterans Memorial Drive E, in Bonney Lake, Pierce County, Washington.

What will I learn by attending the Citizen’s Academy?
The curriculum is intended to provide a comprehensive overview of the operational dynamics of the Bonney Lake Police Department. Classes include criminal law, police patrol procedures, crime prevention, DUI/traffic enforcement, domestic violence, investigations and more.

Demonstrations by the Metro TRT and K-9, student participation in “mock scenes” and emergency vehicle operations training add to the education and excitement. The course is concluded with a graduation dinner and awards ceremony.

Contact
If you have any questions, contact the Police Officer responsible for the Citizen’s Academy or call the BLPD at 253-863-2218.


Register for the Citizen's Academy

To register please fill out the online form below: - NOW CLOSED

The Bonney Lake Police Department is dedicated to enhancing community partnerships by increasing our citizens understanding of the criminal justice system through education.

Coffee With A Cop
The mission of Coffee with a Cop is to break down the barriers between police officers and the citizens they serve. Coffee with a cop is held in a neutral location that provides the opportunity for real conversations about issues that matter. The atmosphere is casual, where community residents can sit down with officers and ask questions or share what is on their mind.


This is an agenda free, informal conversation about what matters to community residents. No speeches or specific topics.


Next Coffee with a Cop: TBD
National Night Out

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WATCH FOR INFORMATION TO COME OUT FOR OUR 2020 NNO. Thank you to all that joined us this year.


National Night Out Against Crime

Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Time and Place: TBD

Join us for the 37th annual National Night Out celebration!


Information will be updated as finalized. Please see what 2019 NNO consisted of.

Members of the Bonney Lake Police Department and East Pierce Fire and Rescue will arrive by caravan to Allan Yorke Park to kick off the festivities. The Bonney Lake Police will be conducting a bicycle rodeo so kids young and old bring your bikes and helmets for a safety check and take a spin on our course! Airlift Northwest helicopter will be touching down and stopping by for a visit. Super Jump will be here with a bounce house, Home Depot will be providing kid craft projects. Walmart has donated hot dogs and will be on hand with activities for kids as well as various local vendors. Come out and take the opportunity to speak one on one with your police chief and officers, council members and various City leaders and workers. Round out your visit with McGruff the Crime Dog. Bring a chair or blanket and settle in for Lego 2 the movie to be shown at dusk (weather permitting).

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National Night Out is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships. Let's send a message to criminals letting them know that we are organized and fighting back.

For additional information contact:
Community Services Officer Yanez
253-863-2218 ext. 3247 / Email
ADT National Night Out Resources

Shop With A Cop
The Bonney Lake Police Department “Shop with a Cop” program serves children in need and helps them purchase gifts for their families during the holidays.

Donations of money or Target gift cards are accepted at the Bonney Lake Police Department, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or by mail to 18421 Veterans Memorial DR E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391.
Special Olympics

Group Before Run                          Group after run

Still Running                          the torch


May 31, 2019 Bonney Lake Police Department joined Sumner Police in Sumner for the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.  The Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) is the largest public awareness vehicle and grass-roots fundraiser for Special Olympics. Nearly 2,000 law enforcement personnel are involved in Washington State LETR efforts and raise over half a million dollars annual for local programs.
Neighborhood/Business Watch


Contact:

Police Records
Police Administration

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 5:00pm

Fingerprinting Hours:
Tuesday - Thursday
9:00 - 10:00am & 2:00 - 3:00pm

Location:
Public Safety Building
18421 Veterans Memorial DR E
Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Mailing:
Bonney Lake Police Department
18421 Veterans Memorial DR E
Bonney Lake, WA 98391

Phone: 253-863-2218

Fax: 253-863-2661

For emergencies dial 9-1-1

Dispatch/After-hours/Non-emergency: 253-841-5431