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Message from the Chief

Our mission at the Issaquah Police Department is to uphold public trust by working with all citizens to protect lives and property, while sustaining a high quality of life and encouraging individual responsibility.

Our vision is to be a recognized leader in local law enforcement services through professionalism, dedication, innovative solutions and positive changes.

The Issaquah Police Department serves a resident population of more than 33,000, although the daytime population is approximately 60,000.

We are a community-oriented department with a combined commissioned staff of 63 personnel who provide outstanding services to the city.

It is truly gratifying for the members of the Issaquah Police Department to serve the community and to play a key role in making Issaquah a great place to live, work, visit and play.

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Scott Behrbaum, Chief of Police
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Issaquah Contacts
Scott Behrbaum
Chief of Police
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Emergencies: 911
Non-Emergency Line:
Anonymous Tip Line 

130 E. Sunset Way
Issaquah, WA 98027

911: 24 hours a day
Records: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.