NPPD 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 8 commissioned police officers, 4 reserve police officers, and 1 non-commissioned staff .

NPPD 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 9:00am to 3:00pm, at the Business office.

The Non Emergency number is monitored Monday through Friday from 9am to 3pm 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 911 for our dispatch center.

Contact Us:
Normandy Park Police Department
801 S.W. 174th Street
Normandy Park WA  98166
206 248-7600 Business Hours
206 246-9732 fax
911 after Business Hours

Police News and Updates

With the implementation of I-1639, there are new rules about gun storage.  Lok It Up is a program that talks about the importance of safe storage. They have asked to partner with us to help inform gun owners on how safely securing firearms could prevent guns from getting stolen, reduces the incidences of accidental shootings and may lower the risk of suicide.  They are also providing a 10 – 15% discount when purchasing a firearm storage device from participating retailers. Check them out by visiting their website at: 


Normandy Park Police Blotter

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March 1 – 20, 2019                              July 2019                    November 2019

April 2019                                             Aug 2019

May 2019                                              Sept 2019


New Dispatch Center!!

We are happy to announce our new dispatch center. We have joined the NORCOM community for dispatch services.  This will bring about a change in how some of our non emergency services are handled. After January 1st 2018, after 3pm and before 9am, our business office number will go to voice mail. They will not be heard or answered until the next time the Office is open.

When you need an officer to come to your home, please call 911 so an officer can be dispatched to you. In the past the 206-248-7600 phone number was answered by our dispatch after business hours, this will stop after January 1st.  You will need to call 911 (these will go to NORCOM, our new dispatch agency) and they will send an officer to you.

This move will create a large revenue savings, and provide a broader service to our citizens. Some of our usual forms, will be available on this web page, (house check requests, emergency contact numbers, etc) so watch for new additions as they become available.

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Dan Yourkoski

Chief of Police


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