Chief Mulligan 
Lisa K. Mulligan, Chief of Police
SeaTac Police Department
4800 S. 188 Street
SeaTac, WA  98188 

To view Police Services' current Vision, Mission, and Goals click on the Road Map button below.

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To learn more about SeaTac Police Services, please click here to view a copy of the 2016 SeaTac Annual Police Services Report.  The report contains information on the service efforts and accomplishments of the SeaTac Police Department to support its mission, goals and objectives.

 

Emergency               

 

9-1-1

 

Non-Emergency

 

 

206.296.3311  (to report a non-emergency 24 hours, 7 days a week)
PLEASE NOTE: You may also file non-emergency reports online.

 

Abandoned Vehicle Hotline            

 

206.205.0969 - Please provide the vehicle location; the make, model, color, license plate number; and how long the vehicle has been parked without moving.

 

Traffic Safety Complaint

 

If you wish to file a non-emergency traffic safety complaint or request that a mobile radar trailer be placed in your neighborhood, you may do so by email at:  TrafficUnit@ci.seatac.wa.us.  The message should include your contact information or email address so that we may gather additional information if necessary.  You may also phone-in your complaint at 206.973.4900.   Requests for the mobile radar trailer will be placed on a waiting list.

If the traffic complaint requires immediate attention, please call 9-1-1 or the non-emergency number at 206.296.3311.

Business Office

 

206.973.4900 - Hours 8:30 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday, excluding holidays