We are an accredited law enforcement agency, which means we follow the highest standards for law enforcement. Our greatest asset as a department is our officers and support staff. They understand the importance of what they do and have a strong sense of duty and pride when it comes to protecting and serving you. Click here for a full message from Chief Moericke.

Latest News from Sumner Police

Child Passenger Safety Awareness

Car crashes are a leading cause of death for children, according to the latest NHTSA data. On average, a child is involved in a crash while riding in a passenger vehicle every 25 seconds; and two children under 13 were killed and an estimated 374 were injured every day in […]

Family Prep Night

Family Prep Night

Back to School Safety

As Sumner schools head back into session, it’s time for students, parents and all drivers to brush up on the basics to keep students safe, whether they’re walking to school, riding a bicycle or riding the bus. Walking: wear bright colors; look both ways before crossing the road; don’t get […]

$10k Bonus for Lateral Police Hires

Come join our team! Check out all the great lateral incentives we are offering: Lateral Incentives: $10,000 dollar hiring bonus paid in two increments (50% at hire and 50% upon successful completion of 12 month probationary period) 40 hour starting sick leave bank 40 hour starting management leave bank Starting […]
Deputy Chief Andy McCurdy sitting at a conference table

Welcome, Deputy Chief McCurdy!

The City of Sumner is pleased to welcome our new Deputy Police Chief Andrew “Andy” McCurdy. McCurdy started in 1991 as a Community Service Officer in California, moving to join law enforcement at the Port of Seattle in 1996. In 1998, he lateraled to the King County Sheriff’s Office, where […]

Chief Moericke Explains Changes to Policing

In the 2021 Legislative Session, the State of Washington passed many bills that change policing in cities like Sumner. At the June 28 Council Study Session, Chief Moericke provided an overview of these changes and how they affect Sumner Police. You can watch his briefing on YouTube.
Body Worn Camera

Body-Worn Cameras

Why would Sumner Police invest in a BWC program?

Preventing Catalytic Converter Theft

Catalytic Converter thefts are on the rise. Not just here in Sumner, it is happening all over the country. Here are a few steps you can take to protect yourself. Park in a secured garage if possible. When possible, park in well-lit areas and close to building entrances. Etch your […]

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Emergencies: 911
Non-Emergency / Dispatch: (253) 287-4455 or (800) 562-9800
Administrative Offices: 253-863-6384
Tips: 253-299-5678
FAX:  253-299-5669
Animal Control: 253-299-PETS (7387)

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We are currently recruiting a Records Management Specialist who will be responsible for specialized, highly technical public records request management duties involving city records, files, documents and reviewing and redacting Police Body Worn Camera footage in response to public records or discovery requests. Check out the link to learn more and apply! More questions? You can contact HR at 253-299-5593 or by email at hr@sumnerwa.gov

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sumnerwa/jobs/3266227/records-management-specialist?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
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According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence 1 in 4 women and 1 in 9 men experience severe intimate partner physical violence, intimate partner contact sexual violence, and/or intimate partner stalking with impacts such as injury, fearfulness, post-traumatic stress disorder, use of victim services, contraction of sexually transmitted diseases, etc.

-1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experienced some form of physical violence by an intimate partner. This includes a range of behaviors (e.g. slapping, shoving, pushing) and in some cases might not be considered "domestic violence."
-1 in 7 women and 1 in 25 men have been injured by an intimate partner.
-1 in 10 women have been raped by an intimate partner. Data is unavailable on male victims.

We have DV resources available. Please click the link to learn more.

https://sumnerwa.gov/dv-resources/

#DVPreventionMonth
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Sumner Police Department
Mark your calendars for Fall Clean Up when you can get rid of extra garbage, yard waste (leaves!) and an appliance. Coming in #Sumner starting Nov 17. Details: https://sumnerwa.gov/fall-clean-up/
Sumner Police Department
Sumner Police Department
By now, many of you have heard that on Monday, October 11, Sumner lost Leroy Goff. Leroy was one of a kind and I’m honored and blessed to have known and worked with him. There are almost too many stories to share about Leroy. What I want to talk about is his legacy of getting the most out of life and public service.

Everyone knows that Leroy did just about everything in town from driving the Kenworth through parades to hanging lights at the holidays to being a leader in Sumner’s Relay for Life. The thing is, he didn’t do it because he felt he had to or should. He did it because he loved it. He loved people, and he loved this city. He did not fear change and embraced progress. This is a man who went from working a paper route in 1939 to save money for a bicycle to riding Harleys to riding his tricycle only a few weeks ago around town…complete with helmet. He didn’t let anything stop him from trying something new or adapting his ways to keep doing the things he loved. And you can see how that transferred over to his service in City government. He was one of the first to be interested in new ideas and new ways of doing city work. He had his definite opinions about things, that’s for sure, but he always wanted to know more before he made up his mind, and that made all the difference.

We’ll all miss “Mr. Sumner” for so many reasons. When I think about his legacy, I don’t think about a building or a project. I always think about the man walking or riding his bike through Sumner, waving to everyone!

Mayor Bill Pugh
Sumner Police Department
Sumner Police Department
Great work by our friends at Bonney Lake PD! And can we just say how much we appreciate our local businesses? Way to go A Good Book General Bookstore! Proud to have such amazing community partners. 📚
Sumner Police Department
Sumner Police Department
Heads up - to finish our water line replacement, we have to close Sumner Avenue Wednesday, 10/13, 7 am-3 pm and 10/14 between Main & Maple streets. We know there are businesses & residents on that block and apologize for the inconvenience. #TrafficAlert

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