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Serving approximately 6,500 citizens over 2.5 square miles

The Normandy Park Police Department serves approximately 6,500 citizens over about 2.5 square miles in southwest King County, WA. The Department is divided into two divisions; Patrol, and Administration. There are 10 commissioned police officers, 3 reserve police officers, and 2 non-commissioned staff.

The Normandy Park Police Department provides 24 hours a day, 7 days a week patrol and emergency response service.  Copies of accident reports, concealed weapons permits, and police records are available Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm, at the Business office (Currently closed due to COVID-19 but available by appointment only). 

The Non Emergency number is monitored Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm with Holidays off. After these hours, your call will go to the department message bank. Your call will be returned on the first available regular office day.

If you want an officer response, outside of business hours please call 9-1-1 for our dispatch center.


The Normandy Park Police Department is committed to providing quality customer service to the citizens of Normandy Park.

Concealed Pistol Licenses

For the Citizens of Normandy Park we can process Concealed Pistol Licenses.  The Office is open for CPL’s new and renewals Monday thru Thursday from 8:30am to 4:30pm.  PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT.  We only have one person who processes the CPL’s so we want to make sure she is available.  Fees for CPL’s are $49.25 for new licenses, and $32.00 for renewals. $42.00 for late renewals.


Call for an appointment.  Must have your own cards. Appointments available Monday – Thursday 8:30 to 4:30.  We are closed for the noon hour for lunch. The fee will be $20 per card. 

Police News & Updates

Normandy Park Paws on Patrol

Normandy Park’s Paws on Patrol is a crime prevention program designed to encourage dog walkers to be on the lookout for criminal activity. Our many four-legged…

Normandy Park February Blood Drive

They say that kindness is love in action. And we believe that donating blood is the very best example there is of kindness of a stranger. Blood donations go…

February Blood Drive

Join us as the City of Normandy Park Police Department and Bloodworks Northwest
work together again to support our local hospitals…

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving! Speaking of thankful, if you really want the community to be thankful please donate your blood next week at Normandy Park…

Public Safety Positions

All full-time Police Department positions, except the Chief of Police, are covered by Civil Service. All hiring is done by a Civil Service Commission testing process that establishes Eligibility Rosters for each position. Questions should be directed to the Civil Service Chief Examiner, (206) 248-8248, or e-mail Brooks Wall at

Public Safety Testing conducts the City of Normandy Park’s written and physical agility examinations. Please visit their web site at to complete an application online and to select the testing date, time, and location most convenient for you. For further information, call toll free 1-866-HIRE-911.

Reserve Officers Unit

Citizens become Reserve Police Officers for two primary reasons. Many individuals are interested in a law enforcement career, and this position serves as an opportunity to explore and advance towards that career. Second, citizens are otherwise employed and wish to volunteer with the community in an exciting and meaningful way.

Reserve Police Officer is a volunteer, non-paid position. Applications are available at the Normandy Park Police Department, 801 SW 174th Street, Normandy Park WA 98166.

For additional information on the Reserve Officer unit email: Sergeant Shawn Hayes

Police Blotter & Reports

Unclaimed & Recovered Property

All permitted items, not claimed or returned to owners, are Donated to Charity or Auctioned at


Police Department
business hours (206) 248-7600
fax (206) 246-9732
after hours 9-1-1

Dan Yourkoski
Police Chief
(206) 248-8254

Jean Lindsey
Police Records Manager

Common Questions

Interested in a law enforcement career

If you are interested in a law enforcement career, start by understanding what modern-day policing is about, requirements, and expectations.