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The Crime In Washington 2009 Annual Report

is prepared by

Criminal Justice Information Support Staff:

Kellie Lapczynski, Statistical Compiler


Linda Schaffel, NIBRS Specialist
Tonya Todd, Document Imager

Joan Smith, CJIS Manager

The Washington State Uniform Crime Reporting Program


is a cooperative effort of:

Washington Association of Washington State Criminal


Sheriffs and Police Chiefs Justice Training Commission

3060 Willamette Drive NE 19010 1st Avenue South


Lacey, WA 98516 Seattle, WA 98148
Phone: (360) 486-2380 Phone: (206) 835-7300
Fax: (360) 486-2381 Fax: (206) 439-3752
Website: www.waspc.org Website: www.cjtc.state.wa.us

Donald G. Pierce, Michael D. Parsons, Ph. D.,


Executive Director Executive Director

Front cover designed by Tonya Todd


CRIME IN WASHINGTON STATE - 2009

SUMMARY

RATE OF INDEX CRIME Index crimes in Washington State totaled 265,469 for 2009, constituting 39.9
offenses per 1,000 persons. This represents a decrease of 2.0% in the index
crime rate over 2008.

POPULATION **The estimated population in Washington for 2009 was 6,668,200 as


compared to 6,587,600 for 2008. This represents a 1.22% increase.

VIOLENT CRIME Violent crime offenses are murder, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated
assault. Reported violent crime offenses totaled 21,825 for 2009. The violent
crime rate per 1,000 persons for 2009 is 3.28, which is an increase of 0.4%
compared to 2008. While simple assault can be violent, it is not generally
serious in nature therefore is excluded from the categorization of violent
crime for this publication.

PROPERTY CRIME Property crime offenses are burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, and arson.
Reported property crime offenses totaled 243,644 for 2009. The property
crime rate per 1,000 persons for 2009 is 36.6, which is a decrease of 2.2%
compared to 2008.

VALUE OF PROPERTY Property valued at $284,150,267 was reported stolen in 2009. Of this
STOLEN AND RECOVERED amount, $84,948,752 or 29.9% was recovered. The value of property stolen
shows a decrease of 13.6% over 2008.

NUMBER OF LAW Six law enforcement officers were killed feloniously and one officer killed
ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS accidently while in the line of duty. A total of 822 law enforcement officers
KILLED OR ASSAULTED were assaulted during the year. Assaults on officers decreased 7.2% when
compared to 2008 with 886 officer assaults reported for that year.

RATE OF CRIME There was an 18.6% clearance rate for all index crimes reported in 2009.
CLEARANCES The clearance rate for 2008 was 17.2%.

ARRESTS A total of 244,446 arrests were reported in 2009 constituting a decrease of


2.5% over the year 2008.

DRUG ABUSE ARRESTS There were 23,379 reported drug abuse arrests. Of this number, 11.8%
were persons under 18 years of age.

DUI ARRESTS A total of 36,831 arrests were made for DUI, which constituted 15.0% of the
total arrests reported in 2009. The total represents the arrests of 36,355
adults and 476 juveniles.
LAW ENFORCEMENT In 2009, there were 14,756 full-time law enforcement employees in the State
EMPLOYEES of Washington. Of these, there were 10,561 commissioned officers, which is
a decrease of 2.1% under 2008.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE There were 48,186 domestic violence offenses including simple assault and
violation of protection/no contact orders. This was an increase of 13.4% over
2008. A total of 244 law enforcement agencies participated in this data
collection.

HATE/BIAS CRIME There were 211 reported hate bias crime incidents by 262 participating law
enforcement agencies. This represents a decrease of 10.6% over 2008. Of
the 211 incidents, there were 292 hate/bias offenses. It is important to
remember that there can be more than one offense within a single incident.
Of 262 reporting agencies, 207 reported that there was no hate crime activity
in their jurisdiction.

** Source: Office of Financial Management, Forecasting Division


Population Trends for Washington State (April 1, 2009)
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

CRIME IN WASHINGTON STATE 2009 was compiled from data


submitted to the Washington Uniform Crime Reporting program of the
Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs by Washington
State Law Enforcement agencies during 2009. Coverage is 99.9% of
the state population.

This report would not be possible without the voluntary cooperation of


Washington State’s law enforcement agencies. Additionally, input and
guidance from the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police
Chiefs WUCR/NIBRS Committee is gratefully acknowledged.
Introduction

This is the thirtieth annual report of criminal offenses, arrests, law enforcement officers killed or assaulted,
and full-time law enforcement employees produced by the Washington Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)
Program. Funding for the UCR Program is provided through contract with the Washington State Criminal
Justice Training Commission (CJTC). Administration of the UCR Program is the responsibility of the
Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC) Criminal Justice Information Support (CJIS)
Department. Washington’s UCR Program is unique in that it is sponsored, administered, and supported by
an organization of contributing agency administrators rather than a bureau or department of state
government.

Background
Although the collection of nationwide crime information dates back to the 1890's, no ongoing program was
initiated until the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) established a committee on uniform
crime records in 1917. The committee's responsibility to provide management information to law
enforcement agencies was eventually turned over to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in 1930 when
the FBI received a congressional mandate to collect and disseminate national crime information. The IACP
has continued to serve the UCR Program in an advisory capacity and has been joined in this responsibility
by the National Sheriffs Association.

Data for Crime in Washington State 2009 are compiled from monthly Summary UCR submissions by
individual law enforcement agencies throughout the State of Washington. The UCR Program was activated
in October 1979 and began the collection of monthly reports from contributing agencies in January 1980.
Today, the UCR program offers on-line data input processing and provides various reports necessary for
statistical purposes in the criminal justice system.

Objectives of Washington UCR


Segments of our population need more complete, accurate, and timely information for a variety of reasons.
Citizens are interested in the probability of crime in their neighborhoods and criminal justice practitioners
need to know what is occurring in order to deploy personnel and equipment more efficiently to support public
safety. Legislators need statewide information about crime in order to pass realistic laws that will increase
the stability of our society. Researchers and planners need to know what is actually happening to predict
trends and recommend changes.

The primary objectives of Crime in Washington State 2009 are to implement and administer a uniform
system of collecting crime and arrest statistical data from contributing law enforcement agencies in the State
of Washington and present the information needed by each of these groups. This information will not, in
itself, prevent crime but it may encourage segments of society to understand the problem and to work
together with law enforcement agencies to reduce crime. Additional objectives of Crime in Washington

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State 2009 when compiled and evaluated are:

1. To identify the number of crimes reported by contributing agencies.


2. To identify the geographical distribution of reported offenses.
3. To determine whether or not reported crimes have increased or decreased.
4. To determine whether or not reported crimes have increased or decreased by population groups.
5. To determine the number of clearances and the clearance rate for reported offenses.
6. To determine the reported number of arrests by offense, age, sex, and race.
7. To determine the number of law enforcement officers assaulted and killed.
8. To determine the number of commissioned (sworn) and civilian law enforcement employees by
gender.
9. To determine the rate per population group of commissioned (sworn) and civilian law enforcement
employees.

Crime Factors
Factors relating to crime reporting practices, law enforcement policies, population characteristics, and
interpretation all contribute to variation in reported data. Some general factors which may affect the amount
of crime reported and type of crime committed are:

1. The density and size of the community population and of its surrounding area.
2. The variations in composition of the population, particularly to age.
3. The economic status, education, and recreation characteristics of the community population.
4. The stability of population with respect to residents' mobility, commuting patterns, and transient
factors.
5. The climate, including seasonal weather conditions, and other geographical variations.
6. The religious characteristics of the population.
7. The effective strength of law enforcement agencies.
8. The policies of other components of the criminal justice system (i.e., prosecutorial, judicial,
correctional and probational).
9. The attitude of the public toward law enforcement problems.
10. The crime reporting practices of the citizenry.
11. The administrative and investigative follow-up of the local law enforcement agency, including the
degree of adherence to crime reporting standards.

UCR Statistical Interpretation


Statistics are a tool used to summarize information so that patterns or trends become clearer. All statistics
must be interpreted with an understanding of what they represent. To draw appropriate conclusions, it is
necessary to know what information is included and how it is reported.

To obtain accurate information from many different agencies, the national UCR program has to define the
precise methods for counting the number of offenses, arrests, clearances, and value of stolen or recovered

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property. The methods of counting and some resulting limitations are explained below.

Classification of Offenses
Summary UCR divides offenses into two major classifications designated as Part I and Part II offenses and
different information is collected for each classification. Part I offenses include (1) violent crimes: murder
and non-negligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault; and (2) property crimes:
burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and, since January 1979, arson. Part I offenses are used to
calculate the crime index and crime rate. All other offenses are classified under Part II offenses.

All offenses are classified on the basis of law enforcement investigation in accordance with UCR offense
definitions which are not necessarily identical to the revised code of Washington definitions. Because UCR
identifies and tallies a police contact, offense classifications are not based on the findings of a court, medical
examiner, jury, or other judicial findings.

Counting the Offenses


The number of offenses is counted only for Part I crimes and simple assault. The method of counting varies
with the type of crime committed - the number of offenders does not determine the number of offenses.

For murder, non-negligent manslaughter, forcible rape and aggravated assault, one offense is counted for
EACH VICTIM, regardless of the number of offenders involved.

For robbery and larceny, one offense is counted for EACH DISTINCT OPERATION that is separate in time
and place. The number of victims in any one operation does not determine the number of offenses. For
example, if 20 people are robbed in a bar at the same time, only one offense has occurred. However, if that
robber leaves the bar and holds up a passerby, a second offense has occurred. For burglary, one offense is
counted for each structure that is illegally entered. However, when the structure is an apartment house,
business, or office building in which units are leased for a period of time, one offense is counted for each unit
burglarized. For motor vehicle theft, one offense is counted for each vehicle stolen.

NOTE: Attempts to commit any of the crime index offenses are counted as actual offenses, except
attempts to kill and assault to kill are counted as aggravated assaults.

For multiple offenses that occur in one crime incident, only the most serious offense is counted. Part I
crimes are ranked according to seriousness and appear in order from most serious to least serious crimes.
Example: a robber takes a man's wallet and then beats him causing serious injury. Both a robbery and an
aggravated assault have occurred, but because robbery is considered by UCR to be more serious, only the
robbery is counted. This is known as the HIERARCHY RULE. From one perspective, this method of
counting seriously understates the crime problem, but from another, it prevents undue inflation of crime
statistics.

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NOTE: 1. Arson is an exception to the above rule and is counted separately from other offenses.
2. The number of offenses is not reported for Part II offenses.

Arrests
Arrest information is collected for all Part I and Part II offenses according to the age, sex, and race of the
offender. It is not possible, however, to correlate race with sex or specific ages because the information is
collected independently, thus limiting analysis. Furthermore, arrest figures cannot be directly related to the
number of crimes cleared because the arrest totals count all offenders arrested for each offense, and
clearance-totals count only the offense for which an arrest or arrests have occurred.

Clearances
An offense is considered cleared (solved) when at least one offender is arrested for a crime, even though
several may have been involved. Offenses may also be cleared by exceptional means when the offender
commits suicide, makes a dying declaration, confesses while in custody or serving time for another crime, is
prosecuted in another jurisdiction for the same offense, is a juvenile who is handled by notifying the parents,
or when the victim refuses to prosecute or another jurisdiction refuses to extradite the offender, etc.

Clearances are counted as "adult" and "juvenile". A "juvenile" clearance is counted only when juveniles are
exclusively involved in the clearance of an offense. If the arrest of both adults and juveniles result in a
clearance, it is counted as an "adult" clearance.

NOTE: Not all crimes are cleared within the calendar year in which the offense occurs.

Information Grouping
The crime statistics reported by an individual agency indicate what is happening in one particular area, but to
make rational comparisons among a number of jurisdictions, communities with similar characteristics need to
be grouped together. It may be important to know how a city compares with cities of similar size, or how
patterns of crime differ in various types of communities. Grouping agencies with similar characteristics
allows these determinations to be made. Such comparative analysis provides the basic information for long-
range criminal justice planning.

UCR groups jurisdictions on the basis of population size in this report, and if any types of comparisons are to
be made, the reader should also consider what types of communities are being compared. Grouping by
population size considers only the population of the reporting area. It does not consider proximity to a major
metropolitan area in spite of the fact that widely different crime patterns could be expected in a city of 30,000
which is a suburb of Seattle or Tacoma and one which is in a rural area.

In this report, grouping by population does not take into account the urban/suburban/rural character of the
area, and includes a wide range of populations in each category. For use in interpreting this report, the UCR

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grouping systems are listed below:

Population Groupings - Cities, Towns, and Sheriffs Departments

Group Population
1 over 250,000
2 100,000 to 250,000
3 50,000 to 100,000
4 25,000 to 50,000
5 10,000 to 25,000
6 5,000 to 10,000
7 2,500 to 5,000
8 under 2,500

Crime Index
The crime index is a basic measure of crime which can be used for comparing the extent of crime among
cities, counties and states of similar size. The index is simply the total number of certain offenses that occur
in a given area in a given calendar period (usually quarterly and annually). The offenses are murder, forcible
rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson.

The offenses were selected as indicators of the total amount of criminal activity because they are serious
offenses that are the focus of widespread concern. They occur with sufficient frequency to reflect
fluctuations in the overall level of criminal activity. They are most likely to be reported and reported
accurately to law enforcement due to their seriousness. They are offenses that can be clearly and
specifically defined. Notwithstanding its usefulness, the index does have limitations.

The relationship between the index offenses and total criminal activity, both reported and unreported, has
never been firmly established. The varying severity of offenses is not taken into account, resulting in equal
weight being given to a shoplifting and a forcible rape. Further, the actual incidence of crime in a city may
not be accurately depicted by the index if the majority of the city's crime involves non-index offenses such as
gambling and narcotics.

Crime Rate
The crime rate is based on the index, but adjusts the index for variances in population by indicating the
number of index offenses for each 1,000 persons (other base population increments may be used such as
the number of index offenses per 100,000). This means that comparisons may be made among several
areas with different populations or within one area with different populations over a period of time, without
the information being biased by population differences. For most general comparisons, the crime rate is
probably the most accurate to use.

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To calculate the crime rate, first divide the population of the area by 1,000, and divide the crime index by that
answer. For example, if a city has a population of 273,000 and a crime index of 21,257 the calculations
would be:
1. 273,000 divided by 1,000 = 273.0
2. 21,257 divided by 273.0 = 77.86

Thus, although the city's crime index is 21,257, its crime rate (the number of crimes for each 1,000 people) is
77.86.

NIBRS: Changes In Crime Reporting


The data included in this report are comprised of Summary UCR data. While of value, it is limited in details
that may be more useful to law enforcement agencies, legislators, researchers, and others. Since additional
factors are generally collected by most law enforcement agencies in today’s computerized world, the national
UCR program was redesigned to include new guidelines and greater depth to the data. The program,
National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS), collects a multitude of data elements on each single
crime occurrence.

In December 2006, after many years of participating in the testing process that is required to officially collect
and submit accurate NIBRS data, Washington State was certified by the FBI. At this time, the state program
is working with local law enforcement agencies to provide a better understanding of NIBRS to ensure
accuracy and data quality. By January 1, 2012, Washington State will provide NIBRS crime statistics rather
than Summary data for all reporting agencies.

The additional information will provide more comprehensive data for reports and analysis. NIBRS collects
data on each single incident and arrest within 22 offense categories (Group A offenses) made up of 46
specific crimes, rather than the 8 offenses collected in Summary UCR reporting. For each of these reported
offenses, various facts about the crime are collected. Additionally, there are 11 separate offenses, or Group
B offenses, for which only arrest data is provided.

The Group A offenses collected in the NIBRS program are: Arson; Assault; Bribery; Burglary;
Counterfeiting/Forgery; Drug Offenses; Embezzlement; Extortions; Fraud; Gambling Offenses; Homicide;
Kidnapping; Larceny; Motor Vehicle Theft; Pornography Offenses; Robbery; Forcible Sex Offenses; Non-
Forcible Sex Offenses; Possession of Stolen Property; Vandalism; and Weapon Law Violations.

Group A offenses include statistical data on the incident, all offenses committed, property involved, weapons
involved, victim and offender demographics, arrest information, and clearance status.

Group B offenses, for which only arrest data are collected include: Bad Checks; Curfew/Vagrancy Violations;

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Disorderly Conduct; Driving Under the Influence; Drunkenness; Non-Violent Family Offenses; Liquor Law
Violations; Peeping Tom; Runaway; Trespass of Real Property; and All Other Offenses (non-traffic).
Mandatory Reporting

• Domestic Violence
Domestic violence offenses are collected as mandated by the Washington State Legislature. These
are not separate offenses from those collected in Summary UCR but because of the nature of the
relationship of those involved, these offenses are further categorized for analysis. The offenses
collected are limited to: homicide, forcible rape, robbery, assault, burglary, larceny, motor vehicle
theft, arson, and violation of protection/no-contact orders.
• Hate Crime (Malicious Harassment)
Like domestic violence offenses, hate crimes are not distinct, separate offenses. They are traditional
offenses that are motivated in whole, or in part, by the offender's bias. The motivations are specific
and include biases against race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or
mental, physical, or sensory handicap. The offenses collected are limited to: murder, forcible rape,
robbery, assault, burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, arson, intimidation, and vandalism. Data
collected in the hate crime program are forwarded to the FBI.

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LAW ENFORCEMENT CODE OF ETHICS

AS A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, my fundamental duty is to serve the community; to safeguard lives
and property; to protect the innocent against deception, the weak against oppression or intimidation and the
peaceful against violence or disorder; and to respect the constitutional rights of all to liberty, equality and
justice.

I WILL keep my private life unsullied as an example to all and will behave in a manner that does not bring
discredit to me or to my agency. I will maintain courageous calm in the face of danger, scorn, or ridicule;
develop self-restraint; and be constantly mindful of the welfare of others. Honest in thought and deed both in
my personal and official life, I will be exemplary in obeying the law and the regulations of my department.
Whatever I see or hear of a confidential nature or that is confided to me in my official capacity will be kept
ever secret unless revelation is necessary in the performance of my duty.

I WILL never act officiously or permit personal feelings, prejudices, political beliefs, aspirations, animosities,
or friendships to influence my decisions. With no compromise for crime and with relentless prosecution of
criminals, I will enforce the law courteously and appropriately without fear or favor, malice or ill will, never
employing unnecessary force or violence and never accepting gratuities.

I RECOGNIZE the badge of my office as a symbol of public faith, and I accept it as a public trust to be held
so long as I am true to the ethics of police service. I will never engage in acts of corruption or bribery, nor will
I condone such acts by other police officers. I will cooperate with all legally authorized agencies and their
representatives in the pursuit of justice.

I KNOW that I alone am responsible for my own standard of professional performance and will take every
reasonable opportunity to enhance and improve my level of knowledge and competence.

I WILL constantly strive to achieve these objectives and ideals, dedicating myself before God to my chosen
profession...law enforcement.

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Violent Crime

The offenses included in this section are murder, forcible rape,


robbery, and aggravated assault. These numbers are derived
from monthly Uniform Crime Reports submitted by Washington
State law enforcement agencies.

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Washington State
Total Violent Crime
2000 - 2009

Number of Violent Offenses


24,000

21,626 21,842 21,825


22,000 21,485 21,410 21,202
21,008 21,074 21,095
20,658

20,000

18,000

16,000

14,000

12,000

10,000
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Offenses
Violent Crime Rate
per 1,000

3.7

3.5
3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.5

3.4
3.3 3.3 3.3

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2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

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Violent Crime

Violent Crime Offenses


Two-Year Comparison

187
Murder
191

2,485
Rape
2,578

6,645
Robbery
6,206

12,508
Agg. Assault
12,228

0 2,000
2 000 4,000
4 000 6,000
6 000 8,000
8 000 10,000
10 000 12,000
12 000 14,000
14 000

2009 2008

Total Violent Crime


2009 Total = 80,362
Including Simple Assault

Murder
0.2%
Robbery Rape
8.3% 3.1%

Agg. Assault
15.6%

*Simple Assault
72.8%
*Not a Part-One Offense

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Table 1
Murder and Non-Negligent Homicide
Relationship of Victim to Offender
Statewide - 2009

WITHIN FAMILY NUMBER *PERCENT OF TOTAL


Daughter 8 3.4%
Wife 7 3.0%
Mother 5 2.1%
Father 3 1.3%
Other Family 3 1.3%
Son 3 1.3%
Brother 2 0.9%
Common-Law Wife 2 0.9%
Husband 1 0.4%
Sister 1 0.4%
Stepdaughter 1 0.4%

Subtotal 36 15.3%

OUTSIDE FAMILY
Acquaintance 67 28.5%
Stranger 35 14.9%
Other-Known to Victim 30 12.8%
Girlfriend 16 6.8%
Boyfriend 4 1.7%
Friend 2 0.9%
Neighbor 2 0.9%
Homosexual Relationship 1 0.4%

Subtotal 157 66.8%

Unknown Relationship 42 17.9%

Grand Total 235 100.0%

* Percentages are rounded

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Table 2
Murder and Non-Negligent Homicide
Circumstance of Offense
Statewide - 2009

CIRCUMSTANCE NUMBER *PERCENT OF TOTAL

Robbery 12 6.4%
Narcotic Drug Laws 6 3.2%
Rape 2 1.1%
Burglary 1 0.5%

Felony Total 21 11.2%

Other (may include Child Abuse and Domestic Violence) 74 39.6%


Other Arguments 32 17.1%
Unable to Determine Circumstances 21 11.2%
Gangland Killings 13 7.0%
Argument Over Money or Property 11 5.9%
Brawl Due to Influence of Alcohol 8 4.3%
Juvenile Gang Killings 5 2.7%
Lovers Triangle 2 1.1%

Other Than Felony Total 166 88.8%

Grand Total 187 100.0%

* Percentages are rounded

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Table 3
Murder and Non-Negligent Homicide
* Victim and Offender Characteristics
Statewide - 2009

VICTIM OFFENDER
PERCENT PERCENT
NUMBER OF TOTAL NUMBER OF TOTAL

SEX

Male 125 66.8% 164 75.9%

Female 62 33.1% 21 9.7%

Unknown 0 -0.1% 31 14.3%

Totals 187 100.0% 216 100.0%

RACE

White 136 72.7% 121 56.0%

Black 28 15.0% 42 19.4%

Native American 11 5.9% 9 4.2%

Asian 11 5.9% 11 5.1%

Unknown 1 0.5% 33 15.2%

Totals 187 100.0% 216 100.0%

* A majority of reporting agencies do not provide ethinicity of victims and offenders, therefore it has been eliminated from Table 3.

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Number of Murder Trend
Murders 2000 - 2009

205

204
200
196
195

190
185 191
185 191 188

180 184 187

175 178

170 178

165

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Murder by Weapon
2009

1
Asphyxiation
6
Blunt Object
2
Drugs/Narcotics
0
Fire 2
Firearm-Type Unknown
86
Handgun
37
Knife 7
Other
22
Personal Weapons
1
Drowning
17
Rifle
4
Shotgun
2
Strangulation

0 20 40 60 80

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Murder by Age of Victims
2009 Total - 187

10
0-4
5-9 2
3
10 - 14
9
15 - 17
38
18 - 24
25 - 29 21

30 - 34 20
Age of Victims

35 - 39 13
17
40 - 44
45 - 49 12

50 - 54 11
55 - 59 9
12
60 - 64
2
65 - 69
70 - 74 3
4
75+
Unknown 1

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40

Number of Victims

Murder by Age - Offenders


2009 Total - 216

1
15
69

30
22
Age of Offender

12
13
11
4
2
5
1
0
0
31

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70

Number of Offenders

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Gang-Related Homicides
Number of 2000 - 2009
Victims

18

16
14
14 18 18
12 12 13
10
10
8
6 7 8 9
4
2 7
0

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Drug-Related
Drug Related Homicides
(felony and non-felony)
2000 - 2009

50

45

40

35
29
30

25

20
16
15
9 10 13 14 15
10
6
5
8
0
6
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

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Forcible Rape
Number of 2000 - 2009
Victims
2,900
2,828
2,800

2,700 2,659
2,674 2,778
2,772
2,672
2,600

2,500 2,586

2,400 2,556 2,578

2,300 2,485

2,200

2,100

2,000

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Forcible Rape (Attempted and Completed)


2008 - 2009

3,000

2,500

2,000

2,434 2,346
1,500

1,000

500
144 139
Completed
0
Attempted
2008 2009

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Number of
Robbery
Offenses 2000 - 2009
6,800

6,600

6,400 6,645

6,354
6,200
6,206
6,000
5,864
5,849
5,800
6,018
5,739
5,600 5,720
5,700 5,774

5,400

5,200

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Robbery by Location
2009

Highway, 39.9%
Misc., 18.3%

Bank, 3.7%

Comm. House,
Residence,
17.4%
12.5% Conv. Store, Gas Station,
6.1% 2.1%

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Aggravated Assault Trend
Number of 2000-2009

13,000
12,891
12,879
12,800

12,628
12,600

12,380 12,412 12,508


12,400 12,658

12,200

12,227
12,000 12,079
12,228

11,800

11,600

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Aggravated Assault by Weapon


2009

Knife
16.7%
Firearm
14.9%

Other Weapon
32.0%

Hands,Fists,Feet
36.4%

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Property Crime

The offenses included in this section are burglary, larceny, motor


vehicle theft and arson. These numbers are derived from monthly
Uniform Crime Reports submitted by Washington State law
enforcement agencies.

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Washington State
Total Property Crime
2000 - 2009

Number of
Offenses

350,000

300,745
300,000 285,250 284,505
308,321
276,945
284,827 290,945

250,000 242,956
259,129
243,644

200,000

150,000

100,000
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Offenses Property Crime Rate


per 1,000

55.0

50.0

49.2 49.4
47.9 47.8 48.2
45.0 47.7

44.7
40.0
40.0 37.4

35.0 36.6

30.0

25.0
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

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Property Crime

Property Crime Offenses


Two-Year Comparison
2,003

1,560
Arson
1,565

2,002
52,149
Burglary
51,385

23,164 2,001
Motor Vehicle Theft
27,730

166,771
Larceny 2,000 162,276

0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000

2009 2008

Property Offenses
2009 Total = 243,644

Burglary, 21.4% Arson, 0.6%

Motor Vehicle Theft,


9.5%
Larceny, 68.4%

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Burglary
2000 - 2009

65,000

57,616
60,000 59,985 57,338
60,099

55,000 52,422
53,885 51,385

52,230 51,863 52,149


50,000

45,000

40,000

35,000

30,000
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Burglary by Type of Entry


2009

Attempted
6.8%

Forcible
53.2%

No Force
40.0%

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Larceny Theft
2000 - 2009
250,000

200,000 187,964 189,510 195,546

192,070 180,121
190,835 197,020
150,000 162,276
168,457
166,771
100,000

50,000

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Larceny by Category
2009

From Coin Machine


0.2%
Purse Snatching
0.7%
Bicycles
From Building
Pocket-Picking 3.1%
8.5%
0.5%
Vehicle Parts/Access.
From Motor Vehicle 5.4%
35.9%

Shoplifting
18.1%

All Other
27.6%

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Motor Vehicle Theft
2000 - 2009
50,000
49,151
45,000 43,070
39,773
40,000 38,444
44,967
40,351
35,000 36,932
34,404
30,000

25,000

20,000 27,730
15,000
23,164
10,000

5,000

0
2000 2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

Motor Vehicle Theft


2009

Other Vehicles
6.9%
Trucks/Buses
9.7%

Autos
83.4%

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Table 4
Arson By Classification
Statewide - 2008

Number of % of Estimated Value of


Classification Year Offenses Change Property Damage

STRUCTURAL

Single Occupancy Residential 2009 196 3.2% $7,194,055


2008 190 $4,926,104
Other Residential 2009 97 31.1% $4,096,220
2008 74 $5,626,569
Storage 2009 40 0.0% $749,228
2008 40 $5,156,829
Industrial/Manufacturing 2009 7 0.0% $7,066
2008 7 $463,050
Other Commercial 2009 50 -19.4% $3,039,082
2008 62 $3,630,709
Community/Public 2009 158 27.4% $260,557
2008 124 $765,634
All Other Structure 2009 82 -18.0% $383,932
2008 100 $1,582,898
TOTAL 2009 630 5.5% $15,730,140
2008 597 $22,151,793

MOBILE

Motor Vehicles 2009 319 -10.1% $2,765,044


2008 355 $2,406,800
Other Mobile Property 2009 18 -33.3% $65,775
2008 27 $268,900
TOTAL 2009 337 -11.8% $2,830,819
2008 382 $2,675,700

TOTAL OTHER

Other 2009 593 1.2% $995,646


2008 586 $1,445,820
GRAND TOTAL 2009 1,560 -0.3% $19,556,605
2008 1,565 $26,273,313

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Arson Trend
2000 - 2009

2,400

2,200 2,144
2,083 2,082 2,079
2,155 2,143
2,000 2,051

1,800 1,877

1,600 1,560

1,565
1,400

1,200

1,000
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Arson by Property Classification


2009

Other
38.0% Structure
38.2%

Mobile
21.6%

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Arrests

Data in this section represent the number of persons arrested, not


the number of charges lodged. The following tables depict counts
for non-traffic offenses in which an individual was taken into
custody, cited, or summoned to appear in court. In some
instances, an arrest may be counted when a juvenile is taken into
custody but released without being charged. These numbers are
derived from monthly Uniform Crime Reports submitted by
Washington State law enforcement agencies.

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2009 Agency Arrest Report Status
The following agencies did not provide any monthly adult or juvenile arrest information:

BOTHELL P.D. QUINAULT TRIBAL P.D.


CHEHALIS TRIBAL P.D. RENTON P.D.
COLTON P.D. SAUK-SUIATTLE TRIBAL P.D.
COLVILLE TRIBAL P.D. SHOALWATER BAY TRIBAL P.D.
COUPEVILLE P.D. SKOKOMISH TRIBAL P.D.
ELMER CITY P.D. SPOKANE TRIBAL P.D.
FIFE P.D. SPRINGDALE P.D.
HOH TRIBAL P.D. SQUAXIN TRIBAL P.D.
KALISPEL TRIBAL P.D. STILLAGUAMISH TRIBAL P.D.
KENT P.D. SULTAN P.D.
LOWER ELWHA TRIBAL P.D. SUQUAMISH TRIBAL P.D.
MAKAH TRIBAL P.D. TUKWILA P.D.
MATTAWA P.D. TULALIP TRIBAL P.D.
MOSSYROCK P.D. UNIONTOWN P.D.
PE ELL P.D. UPPER SKAGIT TRIBAL P.D.
PORT GAMBLE S'KLALLAM TRIBAL P.D. VADER P.D.
PUYALLUP TRIBAL P.D. WARDEN P.D.
QUILEUTE TRIBAL P.D. YAKAMA NATION TRIBAL P.D.

The following agencies provided less than twelve months of juvenile and adult arrest data

Number of
Months
Reported
BURIEN P.D. 6
COVINGTON P P.D.
D 6
GARFIELD P.D. 7
KENMORE P.D. 6
KING CO. S.O. 6
MAPLE VALLEY P.D. 6
MEDICAL LAKE P.D. 5
NEWCASTLE P.D. 6
NISQUALLY TRIBAL P.D. 3
NORTH BEND P.D. 6
NORTH BONNEVILLE P.D. 8
ROSALIA P.D. 9
SAMMAMISH P.D. 6
SEATAC P.D. 6
SHORELINE P.D. 6
WOODINVILLE P.D. 6

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Table 5
Arrest By Age
Type of Offense
Statewide for the Year - 2009

Under Juvenile
Offense Sex 10 10-12 13-14 15 16 17 Total 18 19 20 21

Murder M 0 0 2 2 4 6 14 3 14 10 10
F 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 0 0 2 2
Manslaughter M 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Rape M 0 7 25 32 22 21 107 42 35 41 33
F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Robbery M 0 12 70 95 134 150 461 158 132 124 103
F 0 2 19 18 14 28 81 29 19 21 22
Aggravated Assault M 8 49 140 114 159 195 665 178 164 182 183
F 0 9 40 31 43 36 159 31 57 41 28
Burglary M 12 75 314 251 328 321 1,301 364 282 222 180
F 0 9 53 32 29 34 157 41 39 37 37
Larceny M 21 192 960 817 973 969 3,932 1,123 991 815 734
F 10 158 697 595 724 732 2,916 722 639 511 438
Motor Vehicle Theft M 0 2 49 82 96 87 316 49 62 34 49
F 0 1 28 36 26 18 109 7 16 10 9
Arson M 3 18 55 23 18 15 132 9 7 7 4
F 1 8 7 3 1 1 21 0 2 0 1
Other Assaults M 37 261 716 510 697 707 2,928 668 659 718 815
F 3 72 453 330 418 419 1,695 313 333 350 353
Forgery and Counterfeiting M 0 0 3 6 7 12 28 37 42 42 55
F
0 1 2 1 4 9 17 30 32 22 30
Fraud M 0 1 6 11 8 13 39 17 11 36 23
F 0 0 4 2 4 7 17 10 17 31 18
Embezzlement M 0 0 1 0 1 2 4 8 9 5 5
F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 3
Stolen Property M 0 6 55 59 74 101 295 128 126 113 116
F 0 2 24 16 13 17 72 24 45 28 32
Vandalism M 22 118 455 357 396 343 1,691 317 271 238 245
F 4 22 86 89 67 61 329 68 54 40 52
Weapon - Carry, Possession M 3 22 108 119 134 167 553 173 157 122 127
F
0 3 13 5 8 13 42 19 17 9 10
Prostitution M 0 0 0 2 3 3 8 3 19 12 8
F 0 0 4 16 17 31 68 56 54 47 35
Sex Offenses M 1 25 61 31 27 24 169 32 36 40 42
F 1 4 6 3 5 4 23 5 2 2 2
Drug Abuse M 4 49 379 370 586 785 2,173 1,300 1,198 1,033 960
F 0 14 122 126 147 176 585 287 312 242 251
Gambling M 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Table 5 - cont'd
Arrest By Age
Type of Offense
Statewide for the Year - 2009
Adult Total
22 23 24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65+ Total Arrests

Murder 6 2 5 20 14 8 8 8 7 1 1 1 118 132


0 1 2 2 3 2 3 4 0 1 0 0 22 26
Manslaughter 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 2 1 0 2 1 14 14
0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
Rape 25 31 16 81 58 71 62 44 28 14 12 9 602 709
0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 4
Robbery 83 72 74 247 134 104 66 69 35 13 6 2 1,422 1,883
13 13 13 57 19 12 15 12 3 2 0 0 250 331
Aggravated Assault 147 216 175 768 480 410 355 333 212 110 53 48 4,014 4,679
26 24 34 129 111 97 88 77 41 27 14 6 831 990
Burglary 158 132 156 545 322 249 239 203 81 50 11 3 3,197 4,498
28 19 31 112 69 54 51 37 17 8 5 2 587 744
Larceny 679 606 517 2,014 1,341 1,114 1,168 1,133 717 357 132 112 13,553 17,485
406 391 341 1,409 988 845 800 718 392 202 102 73 8,977 11,893
Motor Vehicle Theft 43 49 44 191 111 92 79 52 20 10 2 0 887 1,203
12 2 13 51 34 27 22 7 7 1 0 0 218 327
Arson 4 6 7 8 8 14 12 15 5 4 1 5 116 248
1 0 0 5 4 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 18 39
Other Assaults 830 820 725 3,246 2,485 2,045 1,955 1,704 1,110 529 222 250 18,781 21,709
287 312 274 1,169 823 755 694 593 337 164 68 54 6,879 8,574
Forgery and 48 44 53 181 145 100 62 45 36 13 8 3 914 942
Counterfeiting
20 24 22 137 96 87 57 35 15 11 2 0 620 637
Fraud 26 32 35 127 76 67 57 35 30 20 7 4 603 642
15 24 24 81 75 56 44 27 15 8 3 4 452 469
Embezzlement 4 3 5 13 7 6 5 7 6 0 0 0 83 87
3 1 4 9 6 4 5 2 6 1 1 0 52 52
Stolen Property 70 94 77 339 219 189 152 111 52 16 6 3 1,811 2,106
25 27 30 106 54 66 41 21 9 3 3 0 514 586
Vandalism 221 213 169 778 463 311 294 271 120 50 25 32 4,018 5,709
43 42 36 158 91 88 79 87 42 19 6 6 911 1,240
Weapon - Carry, 100 95 107 347 214 170 145 136 84 41 21 19 2,058 2,611
Possession
8 6 5 36 21 17 20 12 9 5 0 2 196 238
Prostitution 8 14 12 63 42 32 27 26 18 7 8 2 301 309
30 36 23 101 54 60 38 43 4 3 0 0 584 652
Sex Offenses 27 24 22 120 102 94 99 84 64 36 16 33 871 1,040
2 3 2 9 10 13 5 4 1 1 0 0 61 84
Drug Abuse 885 808 741 2,901 1,741 1,292 1,097 1,000 666 274 110 50 16,056 18,229
218 236 205 832 561 437 389 342 154 76 17 6 4,565 5,150
Gambling 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 3
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Table 5
Arrest By Age
Type of Offense
Statewide for the Year - 2009

Under Juvenile
Offense Sex 10 10-12 13-14 15 16 17 Total 18 19 20 21

Offenses Against Family M 0 0 5 0 1 6 12 11 13 16 15


F 0 2 2 1 0 0 5 5 3 6 6
Driving Under Influence M 0 0 4 10 93 245 352 598 777 909 1,244
F 0 0 2 5 34 83 124 181 261 294 475
Liquor Laws M 5 8 204 337 651 895 2,100 1,496 1,542 1,275 216
F 0 10 168 237 335 418 1,168 611 587 414 52
Drunkeness M 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 1 0 0 0
F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Disorderly Conduct M 2 30 90 115 118 114 469 143 134 138 224
F 0 7 63 59 34 36 199 26 42 29 57
Vagrancy M 0 0 0 0 4 3 7 2 1 2 1
F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1
All Other Offenses M 13 83 510 545 739 795 2,685 1,606 2,100 2,266 2,497
F 1 26 236 209 222 257 951 426 560 616 664
Curfew-Loitering M 0 0 13 8 8 9 38 0 0 0 0
F 0 0 2 2 3 1 8 0 0 0 0
Runaway M 5 29 167 157 168 131 657 0 0 0 0
F 0 25 173 204 229 170 801 0 0 0 0

Total Arrests M 136 987 4,393 4,054 5,450 6,120 21,140 8,467 8,782 8,400 7,890
F 20 375 2,204 2,020 2,380 2,552 9,551 2,894 3,097 2,753 2,578

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Table 5 - cont'd
Arrest By Age
Type of Offense
Statewide for the Year - 2009
Adult Total
22 23 24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65+ Total Arrests

Offenses Against Family 22 14 28 71 65 78 70 61 36 16 2 5 523 535


8 9 3 40 28 29 22 17 9 3 0 3 191 196
Driving Under Influence 1,219 1,281 1,215 5,186 3,466 2,839 2,534 2,415 1,750 1,121 585 469 27,608 27,960
408 441 413 1,428 987 898 918 876 602 332 151 82 8,747 8,871
Liquor Laws 107 102 78 232 147 128 143 169 135 60 23 15 5,868 7,968
25 24 9 43 38 44 56 54 32 13 1 4 2,007 3,175
Drunkeness 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Disorderly Conduct 208 196 186 646 364 283 268 295 203 88 34 27 3,437 3,906
39 36 44 122 86 63 53 57 43 19 13 9 738 937
Vagrancy 0 2 2 5 1 3 2 8 3 2 0 0 34 41
1 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 11 11
All Other Offenses 2,436 2,243 2,115 9,403 6,767 5,733 5,579 5,078 3,340 1,470 633 466 53,732 56,417
627 624 660 2,976 2,190 1,938 1,717 1,396 746 336 131 87 15,694 16,645
Curfew-Loitering 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8
Runaway 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 657
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 801

Total Arrests 7,356 7,100 6,564 27,534 18,774 15,433 14,479 13,305 8,759 4,302 1,920 1,559 160,624 181,764
2,245 2,296 2,188 9,015 6,351 5,594 5,119 4,425 2,486 1,235 517 338 53,131 62,682

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TABLE 6
Juvenile and Adult Arrests By Race
Type of Offense
Statewide for the Year - 2009

JUVENILE ADULT
Grand
White Black Nat. Amer. Asian Total Race White Black Nat. Amer. Asian Total Race Total

Murder 15 2 0 1 18 105 28 5 2 140 158


Manslaughter 0 0 0 0 0 12 2 2 0 16 16
Rape 96 7 2 2 107 505 78 10 13 606 713
Robbery 271 234 15 22 542 1,105 470 58 39 1,672 2,214
Aggravated Assault 640 133 27 24 824 3,676 840 168 161 4,845 5,669
Burglary 1,132 251 38 37 1,458 3,163 425 116 80 3,784 5,242
Larceny 5,704 737 173 234 6,848 18,061 2,762 899 808 22,530 29,378
Motor Vehicle Theft 327 54 23 21 425 871 161 37 36 1,105 1,530
Arson 138 9 4 2 153 122 9 2 1 134 287
Other Assaults 3,793 615 135 80 4,623 20,763 3,293 816 788 25,660 30,283
Forgery and Counterfeiting 38 7 0 0 45 1,287 181 24 42 1,534 1,579
Fraud 52 3 1 0 56 893 107 21 34 1,055 1,111
Embezzlement 4 0 0 0 4 116 14 0 5 135 139
Stolen Property 280 62 9 16 367 1,951 246 73 55 2,325 2,692
Vandalism 1,753 173 57 37 2,020 4,055 574 143 157 4,929 6,949
Weapon - Carry, Possession 492 81 13 9 595 1,792 341 74 47 2,254 2,849
Prostitution 34 39 1 2 76 605 238 14 28 885 961
Sex Offenses 168 19 4 1 192 835 46 33 18 932 1,124
Drug Abuse 2,432 212 55 59 2,758 17,470 2,227 453 471 20,621 23,379
Gambling 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 3
Offenses Against Family 16 1 0 0 17 566 107 19 22 714 731
Driving Under Influence 407 26 14 29 476 31,911 2,158 873 1,413 36,355 36,831
Liquor Laws 2,876 165 151 76 3,268 6,962 349 329 235 7,875 11,143
Drunkeness 3 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 4
Disorderly Conduct 576 62 21 9 668 3,474 343 285 73 4,175 4,843
Vagrancy 5 1 1 0 7 31 10 2 2 45 52
All Other Offenses 3,006 438 122 70 3,636 53,931 11,106 2,627 1,762 69,426 73,062
Suspicion 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Curfew-Loitering 39 5 0 2 46 0 0 0 0 0 46
Runaway 1,272 113 34 39 1,458 0 0 0 0 0 1,458

Total Arrests 25,570 3,449 900 772 30,691 174,264 26,116 7,083 6,292 213,755 244,446

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Statewide Arrests
Juvenile and Adult
2000 - 2009

250,000

200,000

150,000

100,000

50,000

0
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Juvenile Arrests Adult Arrests

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Offenses by Agency
and Statewide Total

The following section provides individual law enforcement


agencies’ offense counts for violent and property offenses. Also
included are statewide totals and statewide information on stolen
property by type and value. These numbers are derived from
monthly Uniform Crime Reports submitted by Washington State
law enforcement agencies.
Populations are based on the Washington State Office of
Financial Management "Official April 1, 2009 Population
Estimates", except for university police, port police, tribal police,
and non-reporting agencies which show zero populations.
The population data reflect permanent residents only. It does not
include transient and visitor populations or residents of the military
bases and state or federal hospitals.

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NOTE: Those agencies Table 7 Individuals using these tabulations are cautioned against drawing
reporting less than 12 months conclusions by making direct comparisons between cities/counties
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported due to the existence of numerous factors which affect the amount
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense and type of crime from place to place. It is important to remember
that crime is a social problem and, therefore, a concern of the entire
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change community. The efforts of law enforcement are limited to factors
within its control.
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

ADAMS CO. S.O. 2008 12 331 34.6 27 2.8 0 5 1 21 304 31.8 2 93 173 36 87 24
Population: 9,665 2009 12 288 29.8 24 2.5 1 4 7 12 264 27.3 5 97 130 32 57 9
Percent of Change -13.0% -13.9% -11.1% -12.0% -20.0% 600.0% -42.9% -13.2% -14.1% 150.0% 4.3% -24.9% -11.1% -34.5% -62.5%

OTHELLO P.D. 2008 12 560 86.2 30 4.6 0 4 4 22 530 81.6 3 74 410 43 86 25


Population: 6,595 2009 12 502 76.1 33 5.0 0 2 12 19 469 71.1 4 72 353 40 99 25
Percent of Change -10.4% -11.7% 10.0% 8.3% -50.0% 200.0% -13.6% -11.5% -12.9% 33.3% -2.7% -13.9% -7.0% 15.1% 0.0%

RITZVILLE P.D. 2008 12 67 38.5 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 67 38.5 0 16 48 3 3 0


Population: 1,740 2009 12 62 35.6 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 62 35.6 1 16 42 3 11 9
Percent of Change -7.5% -7.5% -7.5% -7.5% 0.0% -12.5% 0.0% 266.7%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 36 958 53.8 57 3.2 0 9 5 43 901 50.6 5 183 631 82 176 49
Population: 18,000 2009 36 852 47.3 57 3.2 1 6 19 31 795 44.2 10 185 525 75 167 43
Percent of Change -11.1% -12.1% 0.0% 1.1% -33.3% 280.0% -27.9% -11.8% -12.7% 100.0% 1.1% -16.8% -8.5% -5.1% -12.2%

ASOTIN CO. S.O. 2008 12 206 15.9 14 1.1 1 2 0 11 192 14.8 0 39 148 5 20 1
Population: 13,010 2009 12 212 16.3 12 0.9 0 1 1 10 200 15.4 0 41 147 12 5 0
Percent of Change 2.9% 2.3% -14.3% -14.8% -100.0% -50.0% -9.1% 4.2% 3.5% 5.1% -0.7% 140.0% -75.0% -100.0%

ASOTIN P.D. 2008 11 30 24.8 4 3.3 0 0 0 4 26 21.5 0 5 21 0 16 7


Population: 1,230 2009 12 32 26.0 17 13.8 0 0 1 16 15 12.2 0 6 8 1 24 2
Percent of Change

CLARKSTON P.D. 2008 12 368 50.7 21 2.9 0 0 4 17 347 47.8 0 38 302 7 79 25


Population: 7,260 2009 12 365 50.3 20 2.8 0 2 5 13 345 47.5 0 55 270 20 78 19
Percent of Change -0.8% -0.8% -4.8% -4.8% 25.0% -23.5% -0.6% -0.6% 44.7% -10.6% 185.7% -1.3% -24.0%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 35 604 28.2 39 1.8 1 2 4 32 565 26.4 0 82 471 12 115 33
Population: 21,500 2009 36 609 28.3 49 2.3 0 3 7 39 560 26.0 0 102 425 33 107 21
Percent of Change

BENTON CO. S.O. 2008 12 623 16.7 68 1.8 0 9 5 54 555 14.9 4 206 310 35 130 37
Population: 37,930 2009 12 605 16.0 74 2.0 0 10 6 58 531 14.0 0 192 303 36 184 33
Percent of Change -2.9% -4.5% 8.8% 7.0% 11.1% 20.0% 7.4% -4.3% -5.9% -100.0% -6.8% -2.3% 2.9% 41.5% -10.8%

KENNEWICK P.D. 2008 12 2,647 40.2 235 3.6 1 38 40 156 2,412 36.6 30 409 1,810 163 973 190
Population: 67,180 2009 12 2,597 38.7 244 3.6 0 37 33 174 2,353 35.0 41 352 1,812 148 1,029 254
Percent of Change -1.9% -3.8% 3.8% 1.8% -100.0% -2.6% -17.5% 11.5% -2.4% -4.4% 36.7% -13.9% 0.1% -9.2% 5.8% 33.7%

PROSSER P.D. 2008 12 216 42.6 6 1.2 0 1 1 4 210 41.4 1 51 139 19 56 24


Population: 5,110 2009 12 151 29.5 6 1.2 0 3 1 2 145 28.4 2 31 102 10 52 23
Percent of Change -30.1% -30.6% 0.0% -0.7% 200.0% 0.0% -50.0% -31.0% -31.4% 100.0% -39.2% -26.6% -47.4% -7.1% -4.2%

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NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

RICHLAND P.D. 2008 12 1,156 25.1 101 2.2 0 25 14 62 1,055 22.9 7 206 788 54 422 102
Population: 47,410 2009 12 1,192 25.1 92 1.9 0 22 12 58 1,100 23.2 5 160 873 62 474 114
Percent of Change 3.1% 0.2% -8.9% -11.5% -12.0% -14.3% -6.5% 4.3% 1.3% -28.6% -22.3% 10.8% 14.8% 12.3% 11.8%

WEST RICHLAND P.D. 2008 12 137 12.3 5 0.4 0 2 0 3 132 11.8 1 30 98 3 20 12


Population: 11,670 2009 12 190 16.3 8 0.7 0 1 0 7 182 15.6 1 26 144 11 21 8
Percent of Change 38.7% 32.9% 60.0% 53.3% -50.0% 133.3% 37.9% 32.1% 0.0% -13.3% 46.9% 266.7% 5.0% -33.3%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 60 4,779 28.9 415 2.5 1 75 60 279 4,364 26.4 43 902 3,145 274 1,601 365
Population: 169,300 2009 60 4,735 28.0 424 2.6 0 73 52 299 4,311 25.5 49 761 3,234 267 1,760 432
Percent of Change -0.9% -3.1% 2.2% 4.5% -100.0% -2.7% -13.3% 7.2% -1.2% -3.4% 14.0% -15.6% 2.8% -2.6% 9.9% 18.4%

CHELAN CO. S.O. 2008 12 915 22.2 35 0.8 2 15 3 15 880 21.3 2 120 698 60 172 27
Population: 41,640 2009 12 971 23.3 50 1.2 1 12 7 30 921 22.1 3 140 740 38 156 26
Percent of Change 6.1% 5.2% 42.9% 41.7% -50.0% -20.0% 133.3% 100.0% 4.7% 3.8% 50.0% 16.7% 6.0% -36.7% -9.3% -3.7%

WENATCHEE P.D. 2008 12 1,307 42.4 99 3.2 1 21 12 65 1,208 39.2 1 212 934 61 311 104
Population: 30,960 2009 12 1,309 42.3 98 3.2 1 14 17 66 1,211 39.1 8 182 954 67 277 84
Percent of Change 0.2% -0.3% -1.0% -1.5% 0.0% -33.3% 41.7% 1.5% 0.2% -0.2% 700.0% -14.2% 2.1% 9.8% -10.9% -19.2%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 24 2,222 30.8 134 1.8 3 36 15 80 2,088 29.0 3 332 1,632 121 483 131
Population: 72,600 2009 24 2,280 31.4 148 2.1 2 26 24 96 2,132 29.4 11 322 1,694 105 433 110
Percent of Change 2.6% 1.9% 10.4% 11.2% -33.3% -27.8% 60.0% 20.0% 2.1% 1.4% 266.7% -3.0% 3.8% -13.2% -10.4% -16.0%

CLALLAM CO. S.O. 2008 12 651 15.8 59 1.4 2 25 2 30 592 14.4 7 166 380 39 152 20
Population: 41,340 2009 12 693 16.8 87 2.1 0 21 7 59 606 14.7 3 183 387 33 185 31
Percent of Change 6.5% 6.1% 47.5% 47.0% -100.0% -16.0% 250.0% 96.7% 2.4% 2.1% -57.1% 10.2% 1.8% -15.4% 21.7% 55.0%

FORKS P.D. 2008 12 185 57.7 39 12.2 0 7 5 27 146 45.6 0 27 118 1 38 6


Population: 3,185 2009 12 118 37.0 26 8.2 2 5 2 17 92 28.9 0 23 68 1 28 8
Percent of Change -36.2% -35.8% -33.3% -32.9% -28.6% -60.0% -37.0% -37.0% -36.6% -14.8% -42.4% 0.0% -26.3% 33.3%

HOH TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

LOWER ELWHA TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

MAKAH TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

39
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

PORT ANGELES P.D. 2008 12 998 52.1 67 3.5 1 16 14 36 931 48.6 17 145 735 34 209 44
Population: 19,260 2009 12 890 46.2 80 4.2 1 25 15 39 810 42.1 8 152 616 34 157 33
Percent of Change -10.8% -11.2% 19.4% 18.8% 0.0% 56.3% 7.1% 8.3% -13.0% -13.4% -52.9% 4.8% -16.2% 0.0% -24.9% -25.0%

QUILEUTE TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

SEQUIM P.D. 2008 12 266 47.4 25 4.5 0 6 2 17 241 43.0 3 36 193 9 80 23


Population: 5,715 2009 12 276 48.3 20 3.5 0 2 4 14 256 44.8 2 45 201 8 93 28
Percent of Change 3.8% 1.9% -20.0% -21.5% -66.7% 100.0% -17.6% 6.2% 4.3% -33.3% 25.0% 4.1% -11.1% 16.3% 21.7%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 48 2,100 30.3 190 2.7 3 54 23 110 1,910 27.6 27 374 1,426 83 479 93
Population: 69,500 2009 48 1,977 28.4 213 3.1 3 53 28 129 1,764 25.4 13 403 1,272 76 463 100
Percent of Change -5.9% -6.3% 12.1% 12.6% 0.0% -1.9% 21.7% 17.3% -7.6% -8.0% -51.9% 7.8% -10.8% -8.4% -3.3% 7.5%

CLARK CO. S.O. 2008 12 4,709 22.6 276 1.3 2 66 47 161 4,433 21.3 37 813 2,919 664 773 116
Population: 211,885 2009 12 4,203 19.8 276 1.3 1 75 62 138 3,927 18.5 33 771 2,640 483 730 98
Percent of Change -10.7% -12.3% 0.0% -1.7% -50.0% 13.6% 31.9% -14.3% -11.4% -12.9% -10.8% -5.2% -9.6% -27.3% -5.6% -15.5%

BATTLE GROUND P.D. 2008 12 407 24.4 38 2.3 0 13 5 20 369 22.1 0 65 276 28 116 33
Population: 17,150 2009 12 549 32.0 62 3.6 1 24 7 30 487 28.4 3 59 392 33 192 53
Percent of Change 34.9% 31.4% 63.2% 59.0% 84.6% 40.0% 50.0% 32.0% 28.6% -9.2% 42.0% 17.9% 65.5% 60.6%

CAMAS P.D. 2008 12 468 28.0 20 1.2 0 11 3 6 448 26.8 5 73 349 21 76 31


Population: 16,950 2009 12 366 21.6 14 0.8 0 7 3 4 352 20.8 4 61 274 13 65 21
Percent of Change -21.8% -22.9% -30.0% -31.0% -36.4% 0.0% -33.3% -21.4% -22.6% -20.0% -16.4% -21.5% -38.1% -14.5% -32.3%

LA CENTER P.D. 2008 12 55 21.9 6 2.4 0 0 0 6 49 19.5 1 4 42 2 14 5


Population: 2,545 2009 12 37 14.5 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 37 14.5 0 5 26 6 6 2
Percent of Change -32.7% -33.7% -100.0% -100.0% -100.0% -24.5% -25.5% -100.0% 25.0% -38.1% 200.0% -57.1% -60.0%

RIDGEFIELD P.D. 2008 12 107 26.7 3 0.7 0 1 2 0 104 25.9 0 11 86 7 13 5


Population: 4,215 2009 12 61 14.5 2 0.5 0 0 1 1 59 14.0 0 10 47 2 9 1
Percent of Change -43.0% -45.7% -33.3% -36.5% -100.0% -50.0% -43.3% -46.0% -9.1% -45.3% -71.4% -30.8% -80.0%

VANCOUVER P.D. 2008 12 6,964 42.9 605 3.7 0 105 176 324 6,359 39.2 61 842 4,248 1,208 1,545 210
Population: 164,500 2009 12 6,649 40.4 656 4.0 6 117 158 375 5,993 36.4 49 886 4,159 899 1,777 176
Percent of Change -4.5% -5.7% 8.4% 7.0% 11.4% -10.2% 15.7% -5.8% -7.0% -19.7% 5.2% -2.1% -25.6% 15.0% -16.2%

WASHOUGAL P.D. 2008 12 311 23.1 35 2.6 0 10 3 22 276 20.5 3 60 200 13 80 17


Population: 13,870 2009 12 264 19.0 23 1.7 0 5 4 14 241 17.4 4 37 177 23 46 11
Percent of Change -15.1% -17.5% -34.3% -36.1% -50.0% 33.3% -36.4% -12.7% -15.1% 33.3% -38.3% -11.5% 76.9% -42.5% -35.3%

40
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

WSU VANCOUVER P.D. 2008 12 18 --- 0 --- 0 0 0 0 18 --- 0 0 16 2 0 0


Population: 0 2009 12 29 --- 0 --- 0 0 0 0 29 --- 1 1 26 1 0 0
Percent of Change

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 96 13,039 30.7 983 2.3 2 206 236 539 12,056 28.4 107 1,868 8,136 1,945 2,617 417
Population: 431,115 2009 96 12,158 28.2 1,033 2.4 8 228 235 562 11,125 25.8 94 1,830 7,741 1,460 2,825 362
Percent of Change -6.8% -8.3% 5.1% 6.8% 300.0% 10.7% -0.4% 4.3% -7.7% -9.2% -12.1% -2.0% -4.9% -24.9% 7.9% -13.2%

COLUMBIA CO. S.O. 2008 12 208 50.7 2 0.5 0 0 0 2 206 50.2 0 29 170 7 18 0
Population: 4,100 2009 12 160 39.0 2 0.5 0 0 0 2 158 38.5 0 26 120 12 16 8
Percent of Change -23.1% -23.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% -23.3% -23.3% -10.3% -29.4% 71.4% -11.1%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 12 208 50.7 2 0.5 0 0 0 2 206 50.2 0 29 170 7 18 0


Population: 4,100 2009 12 160 39.0 2 0.5 0 0 0 2 158 38.5 0 26 120 12 16 8
Percent of Change -23.1% -23.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% -23.3% -23.3% -10.3% -29.4% 71.4% -11.1%

COWLITZ CO. S.O. 2008 12 765 18.4 50 1.2 1 25 2 22 715 17.2 5 240 407 63 106 15
Population: 41,990 2009 12 706 16.8 36 0.9 0 9 4 23 670 16.0 12 236 360 62 121 18
Percent of Change -7.7% -8.7% -28.0% -28.8% -100.0% -64.0% 100.0% 4.5% -6.3% -7.3% 140.0% -1.7% -11.5% -1.6% 14.2% 20.0%

CASTLE ROCK P.D. 2008 12 77 35.9 9 4.2 0 3 3 3 68 31.7 0 10 53 5 13 6


Population: 2,145 2009 12 85 39.6 6 2.8 0 0 0 6 79 36.8 1 13 60 5 21 4
Percent of Change 10.4% 10.4% -33.3% -33.3% -100.0% -100.0% 100.0% 16.2% 16.2% 30.0% 13.2% 0.0% 61.5% -33.3%

KALAMA P.D. 2008 12 69 27.9 2 0.8 0 2 0 0 67 27.1 0 7 58 2 13 1


Population: 2,505 2009 12 53 21.2 1 0.4 0 0 0 1 52 20.8 1 7 40 4 12 5
Percent of Change -23.2% -24.1% -50.0% -50.6% -100.0% -22.4% -23.3% 0.0% -31.0% 100.0% -7.7% 400.0%

KELSO P.D. 2008 12 918 77.1 70 5.9 0 27 12 31 848 71.3 3 129 641 75 237 60
Population: 11,840 2009 12 945 79.8 46 3.9 0 10 5 31 899 75.9 3 147 670 79 241 56
Percent of Change 2.9% 3.5% -34.3% -34.0% -63.0% -58.3% 0.0% 6.0% 6.6% 0.0% 14.0% 4.5% 5.3% 1.7% -6.7%

LONGVIEW P.D. 2008 12 2,102 58.6 150 4.2 1 34 43 72 1,952 54.4 27 310 1,453 162 437 85
Population: 36,010 2009 12 2,171 60.3 114 3.2 1 31 29 53 2,057 57.1 17 385 1,438 217 493 58
Percent of Change 3.3% 2.9% -24.0% -24.3% 0.0% -8.8% -32.6% -26.4% 5.4% 5.0% -37.0% 24.2% -1.0% 34.0% 12.8% -31.8%

WOODLAND P.D. 2008 12 218 42.5 16 3.1 0 3 2 11 202 39.3 7 40 129 26 60 19


Population: 5,195 2009 12 197 37.9 15 2.9 0 6 2 7 182 35.0 7 31 122 22 50 13
Percent of Change -9.6% -10.7% -6.3% -7.3% 100.0% 0.0% -36.4% -9.9% -10.9% 0.0% -22.5% -5.4% -15.4% -16.7% -31.6%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 72 4,149 41.9 297 3.0 2 94 62 139 3,852 38.9 42 736 2,741 333 866 186
Population: 99,685 2009 72 4,157 41.7 218 2.2 1 56 40 121 3,939 39.5 41 819 2,690 389 938 154
Percent of Change 0.2% -0.4% -26.6% -26.2% -50.0% -40.4% -35.5% -12.9% 2.3% 1.6% -2.4% 11.3% -1.9% 16.8% 8.3% -17.2%

41
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

DOUGLAS CO. S.O. 2008 12 472 18.7 48 1.9 0 7 6 35 424 16.8 4 119 272 29 70 11
Population: 25,765 2009 12 588 22.8 44 1.7 0 7 2 35 544 21.1 5 192 321 26 78 14
Percent of Change 24.6% 22.1% -8.3% -10.1% 0.0% -66.7% 0.0% 28.3% 25.8% 25.0% 61.3% 18.0% -10.3% 11.4% 27.3%

EAST WENATCHEE P.D. 2008 12 625 54.0 24 2.1 2 7 1 14 601 51.9 1 66 515 19 231 76
Population: 11,660 2009 12 647 55.5 23 2.0 0 3 5 15 624 53.5 2 82 517 23 194 67
Percent of Change 3.5% 2.7% -4.2% -4.9% -100.0% -57.1% 400.0% 7.1% 3.8% 3.0% 100.0% 24.2% 0.4% 21.1% -16.0% -11.8%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 24 1,097 29.8 72 1.9 2 14 7 49 1,025 27.8 5 185 787 48 301 87
Population: 37,425 2009 24 1,235 33.0 67 1.8 0 10 7 50 1,168 31.2 7 274 838 49 272 81
Percent of Change 12.6% 10.8% -6.9% -5.4% -100.0% -28.6% 0.0% 2.0% 14.0% 12.1% 40.0% 48.1% 6.5% 2.1% -9.6% -6.9%

FERRY CO. S.O. 2008 12 27 4.0 7 1.0 1 0 0 6 20 3.0 0 11 8 1 16 3


Population: 6,795 2009 12 18 2.6 4 0.6 0 0 0 4 14 2.1 0 4 10 0 12 1
Percent of Change -33.3% -34.3% -42.9% -43.7% -100.0% -33.3% -30.0% -31.0% -63.6% 25.0% -100.0% -25.0% -66.7%

REPUBLIC P.D. 2008 12 20 20.0 2 2.0 0 0 0 2 18 18.0 0 5 12 1 15 1


Population: 1,005 2009 12 10 10.0 3 3.0 0 1 0 2 7 7.0 0 3 4 0 7 1
Percent of Change -50.0% -50.2% 50.0% 49.3% 0.0% -61.1% -61.3% -40.0% -66.7% -100.0% -53.3% 0.0%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 24 47 6.1 9 1.2 1 0 0 8 38 4.9 0 16 20 2 31 4


Population: 7,800 2009 24 28 3.6 7 0.9 0 1 0 6 21 2.7 0 7 14 0 19 2
Percent of Change -40.4% -41.2% -22.2% -21.2% -100.0% -25.0% -44.7% -45.4% -56.3% -30.0% -100.0% -38.7% -50.0%

FRANKLIN CO. S.O. 2008 12 177 12.1 13 0.9 0 1 1 11 164 11.2 1 52 95 16 56 18


Population: 14,780 2009 12 182 12.3 16 1.1 0 6 3 7 166 11.2 1 56 94 15 44 9
Percent of Change 2.8% 2.0% 23.1% 22.0% 500.0% 200.0% -36.4% 1.2% 0.4% 0.0% 7.7% -1.1% -6.3% -21.4% -50.0%

CONNELL P.D. 2008 12 38 11.7 1 0.3 0 0 0 1 37 11.4 0 5 30 2 16 3


Population: 3,430 2009 12 25 7.3 1 0.3 0 0 0 1 24 7.0 0 2 22 0 8 4
Percent of Change -34.2% -37.6% 0.0% -5.1% 0.0% -35.1% -38.4% -60.0% -26.7% -100.0% -50.0% 33.3%

PASCO P.D. 2008 12 1,854 35.5 166 3.2 1 19 46 100 1,688 32.3 24 468 1,030 166 387 110
Population: 54,490 2009 12 1,803 33.1 218 4.0 1 29 45 143 1,585 29.1 24 315 1,079 167 405 91
Percent of Change -2.8% -6.7% 31.3% 26.0% 0.0% 52.6% -2.2% 43.0% -6.1% -9.9% 0.0% -32.7% 4.8% 0.6% 4.7% -17.3%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 36 2,069 29.5 180 2.5 1 20 47 112 1,889 26.9 25 525 1,155 184 459 131
Population: 72,700 2009 36 2,010 27.6 235 3.3 1 35 48 151 1,775 24.4 25 373 1,195 182 457 104
Percent of Change -2.9% -6.2% 30.6% 35.2% 0.0% 75.0% 2.1% 34.8% -6.0% -9.3% 0.0% -29.0% 3.5% -1.1% -0.4% -20.6%

GARFIELD CO. S.O. 2008 12 58 25.2 2 0.9 0 0 0 2 56 24.3 0 20 34 2 3 1


Population: 2,250 2009 12 59 26.2 3 1.3 0 0 0 3 56 24.9 0 16 36 4 13 4
Percent of Change 1.7% 4.0% 50.0% 53.3% 50.0% 0.0% 2.2% -20.0% 5.9% 100.0% 333.3% 300.0%

42
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 12 58 25.2 2 0.9 0 0 0 2 56 24.3 0 20 34 2 3 1


Population: 2,250 2009 12 59 26.2 3 1.3 0 0 0 3 56 24.9 0 16 36 4 13 4
Percent of Change 1.7% 4.0% 50.0% 46.7% 50.0% 0.0% 2.2% -20.0% 5.9% 100.0% 333.3% 300.0%

GRANT CO. S.O. 2008 12 1,575 38.0 80 1.9 3 8 17 52 1,495 36.1 15 529 817 134 178 24
Population: 41,850 2009 12 1,521 36.3 103 2.5 8 12 29 54 1,418 33.9 14 486 753 165 185 29
Percent of Change -3.4% -4.5% 28.8% 27.4% 166.7% 50.0% 70.6% 3.8% -5.2% -6.2% -6.7% -8.1% -7.8% 23.1% 3.9% 20.8%

COULEE CITY P.D. 2008 12 17 28.3 4 6.7 1 1 0 2 13 21.7 0 4 7 2 4 2


Population: 600 2009 12 6 10.0 1 1.7 0 0 1 0 5 8.3 0 0 5 0 0 0
Percent of Change -64.7% -64.7% -75.0% -75.0% -100.0% -100.0% -100.0% -61.5% -61.5% -100.0% -28.6% -100.0% -100.0% -100.0%

EPHRATA P.D. 2008 12 606 85.8 24 3.4 0 2 11 11 582 82.4 6 164 390 22 48 19
Population: 7,110 2009 12 552 77.6 20 2.8 1 0 8 11 532 74.8 2 124 382 24 50 20
Percent of Change -8.9% -9.5% -16.7% -17.2% -100.0% -27.3% 0.0% -8.6% -9.2% -66.7% -24.4% -2.1% 9.1% 4.2% 5.3%

GRAND COULEE P.D. 2008 12 61 31.9 9 4.7 0 3 0 6 52 27.2 0 20 31 1 2 0


Population: 1,925 2009 12 68 35.3 10 5.2 0 1 0 9 58 30.1 0 19 39 0 1 0
Percent of Change 11.5% 10.9% 11.1% 10.5% -66.7% 50.0% 11.5% 11.0% -5.0% 25.8% -100.0% -50.0%

MATTAWA P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

MOSES LAKE P.D. 2008 12 1,846 100.8 103 5.6 2 10 23 68 1,743 95.2 4 338 1,316 85 484 104
Population: 18,930 2009 12 1,594 84.2 98 5.2 0 23 21 54 1,496 79.0 6 275 1,116 99 475 71
Percent of Change -13.7% -16.5% -4.9% -8.0% -100.0% 130.0% -8.7% -20.6% -14.2% -17.0% 50.0% -18.6% -15.2% 16.5% -1.9% -31.7%

QUINCY P.D. 2008 12 262 46.0 13 2.3 0 5 1 7 249 43.7 0 56 179 14 47 15


Population: 6,030 2009 12 320 53.1 24 4.0 1 4 5 14 296 49.1 0 84 190 22 38 10
Percent of Change 22.1% 15.5% 84.6% 74.5% -20.0% 400.0% 100.0% 18.9% 12.4% 50.0% 6.1% 57.1% -19.1% -33.3%

ROYAL CITY P.D. 2008 12 66 34.7 10 5.3 0 0 1 9 56 29.5 1 21 28 6 34 13


Population: 1,865 2009 12 83 44.5 9 4.8 0 1 0 8 74 39.7 0 27 40 7 23 12
Percent of Change 25.8% 28.1% -10.0% -8.3% -100.0% -11.1% 32.1% 34.6% -100.0% 28.6% 42.9% 16.7% -32.4% -7.7%

SOAP LAKE P.D. 2008 12 72 40.8 17 9.6 0 0 1 16 55 31.2 0 20 34 1 35 2


Population: 1,790 2009 12 59 33.0 2 1.1 0 0 1 1 57 31.8 0 29 25 3 7 0
Percent of Change -18.1% -19.2% -88.2% -88.4% 0.0% -93.8% 3.6% 2.2% 45.0% -26.5% 200.0% -80.0% -100.0%

WARDEN P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

43
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 96 4,505 57.3 260 3.2 6 29 54 171 4,245 54.0 26 1,152 2,802 265 832 179
Population: 80,100 2009 96 4,203 52.5 267 3.4 10 41 65 151 3,936 49.1 22 1,044 2,550 320 779 142
Percent of Change -6.7% -8.4% 2.7% 4.6% 66.7% 41.4% 20.4% -11.7% -7.3% -9.0% -15.4% -9.4% -9.0% 20.8% -6.4% -20.7%

GRAYS HARBOR CO. S.O. 2008 12 403 14.5 32 1.1 2 4 4 22 371 13.3 1 138 192 40 164 17
Population: 28,205 2009 12 362 12.8 33 1.2 0 2 7 24 329 11.7 2 104 195 28 127 9
Percent of Change -10.2% -11.2% 3.1% 1.9% -100.0% -50.0% 75.0% 9.1% -11.3% -12.4% 100.0% -24.6% 1.6% -30.0% -22.6% -47.1%

ABERDEEN P.D. 2008 12 1,034 62.8 39 2.4 0 4 12 23 995 60.4 5 174 744 72 260 27
Population: 16,440 2009 12 1,083 65.9 68 4.1 0 6 28 34 1,015 61.7 5 198 734 78 353 32
Percent of Change 4.7% 4.9% 74.4% 74.6% 50.0% 133.3% 47.8% 2.0% 2.1% 0.0% 13.8% -1.3% 8.3% 35.8% 18.5%

CHEHALIS TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

COSMOPOLIS P.D. 2008 12 23 13.9 1 0.6 0 1 0 0 22 13.3 1 5 15 1 11 2


Population: 1,640 2009 12 32 19.5 1 0.6 0 1 0 0 31 18.9 0 10 16 5 7 2
Percent of Change 39.1% 40.0% 0.0% 0.6% 0.0% 40.9% 41.8% -100.0% 100.0% 6.7% 400.0% -36.4% 0.0%

ELMA P.D. 2008 12 226 72.3 12 3.8 0 0 2 10 214 68.5 1 50 154 9 40 10


Population: 3,110 2009 12 180 57.9 11 3.5 0 2 3 6 169 54.3 0 38 113 18 33 9
Percent of Change -20.4% -20.0% -8.3% -7.9% 50.0% -40.0% -21.0% -20.6% -100.0% -24.0% -26.6% 100.0% -17.5% -10.0%

HOQUIAM P.D. 2008 12 416 47.3 20 2.3 0 1 3 16 396 45.0 2 71 305 18 56 16


Population: 9,765 2009 12 500 51.2 24 2.5 0 5 11 8 476 48.7 7 111 332 26 45 11
Percent of Change 20.2% 8.3% 20.0% 8.1% 400.0% 266.7% -50.0% 20.2% 8.3% 250.0% 56.3% 8.9% 44.4% -19.6% -31.3%

MC CLEARY P.D. 2008 12 28 18.0 3 1.9 0 0 0 3 25 16.1 0 9 16 0 3 1


Population: 1,555 2009 12 43 27.7 5 3.2 0 0 0 5 38 24.4 0 12 20 6 5 1
Percent of Change 53.6% 53.6% 66.7% 66.7% 66.7% 52.0% 52.0% 33.3% 25.0% 66.7% 0.0%

MONTESANO P.D. 2008 12 128 35.9 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 128 35.9 0 21 105 2 38 13


Population: 3,565 2009 12 89 25.0 3 0.8 0 0 0 3 86 24.1 6 19 58 3 26 8
Percent of Change -30.5% -30.5% -32.8% -32.8% -9.5% -44.8% 50.0% -31.6% -38.5%

OAKVILLE P.D. 2008 12 15 20.8 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 15 20.8 0 7 5 3 4 3


Population: 715 2009 12 10 14.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 10 14.0 0 3 6 1 4 2
Percent of Change -33.3% -32.9% -33.3% -32.9% -57.1% 20.0% -66.7% 0.0% -33.3%

OCEAN SHORES P.D. 2008 12 125 26.0 5 1.0 0 2 1 2 120 25.0 0 40 77 3 21 5


Population: 4,860 2009 12 166 34.2 10 2.1 0 3 2 5 156 32.1 0 50 102 4 38 7
Percent of Change 32.8% 31.3% 100.0% 97.7% 50.0% 100.0% 150.0% 30.0% 28.5% 25.0% 32.5% 33.3% 81.0% 40.0%

44
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

QUINAULT TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

WESTPORT P.D. 2008 12 107 45.4 8 3.4 0 0 4 4 99 42.0 0 36 60 3 15 3


Population: 2,345 2009 12 115 49.0 6 2.6 0 3 1 2 109 46.5 1 21 85 2 4 0
Percent of Change 7.5% 7.9% -25.0% -24.7% -75.0% -50.0% 10.1% 10.6% -41.7% 41.7% -33.3% -73.3% -100.0%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 120 2,505 35.3 120 1.7 2 12 26 80 2,385 33.6 10 551 1,673 151 612 97
Population: 72,200 2009 120 2,580 35.7 161 2.3 0 22 52 87 2,419 33.5 21 566 1,661 171 642 81
Percent of Change 3.0% 1.1% 34.2% 36.6% -100.0% 83.3% 100.0% 8.8% 1.4% -0.4% 110.0% 2.7% -0.7% 13.2% 4.9% -16.5%

ISLAND CO. S.O. * 2008 12 1,171 22.0 39 0.7 0 13 4 22 1,132 21.2 1 456 644 31 77 17
Population: 53,930 2009 12 811 15.0 33 0.6 0 8 3 22 778 14.4 3 291 455 29 71 13
Percent of Change -30.7% -31.5% -15.4% -16.3% -38.5% -25.0% 0.0% -31.3% -32.0% 200.0% -36.2% -29.3% -6.5% -7.8% -23.5%

COUPEVILLE P.D. 2008 12 72 37.6 5 2.6 0 1 2 2 67 35.0 0 23 40 4 16 5


Population: 1,910 2009 12 87 45.5 7 3.7 0 1 0 6 80 41.9 0 36 41 3 30 5
Percent of Change 20.8% 21.1% 40.0% 40.4% 0.0% -100.0% 200.0% 19.4% 19.7% 56.5% 2.5% -25.0% 87.5% 0.0%

LANGLEY P.D. 2008 12 71 65.7 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 71 65.7 0 32 34 5 0 0


Population: 1,100 2009 12 44 40.0 2 1.8 0 0 2 0 42 38.2 1 11 30 0 0 0
Percent of Change -38.0% -39.2% -40.8% -41.9% -65.6% -11.8% -100.0%

OAK HARBOR P.D. 2008 12 614 26.7 52 2.3 0 23 3 26 562 24.5 6 123 396 37 233 52
Population: 23,360 2009 12 646 27.7 55 2.4 0 8 6 41 591 25.3 8 118 447 18 164 50
Percent of Change 5.2% 3.5% 5.8% 4.0% -65.2% 100.0% 57.7% 5.2% 3.4% 33.3% -4.1% 12.9% -51.4% -29.6% -3.8%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 48 1,928 24.3 96 1.2 0 37 9 50 1,832 23.1 7 634 1,114 77 326 74
Population: 80,300 2009 48 1,588 19.8 97 1.2 0 17 11 69 1,491 18.6 12 456 973 50 265 68
Percent of Change -17.6% -18.7% 1.0% 2.3% -54.1% 22.2% 38.0% -18.6% -19.6% 71.4% -28.1% -12.7% -35.1% -18.7% -8.1%

JEFFERSON CO. S.O. 2008 12 466 23.4 34 1.7 0 7 0 27 432 21.7 1 164 255 12 65 5
Population: 20,105 2009 12 368 18.3 39 1.9 2 3 1 33 329 16.4 5 83 235 6 67 7
Percent of Change -21.0% -21.9% 14.7% 13.4% -57.1% 22.2% -23.8% -24.7% 400.0% -49.4% -7.8% -50.0% 3.1% 40.0%

PORT TOWNSEND P.D. 2008 12 400 44.8 18 2.0 0 1 0 17 382 42.8 4 70 301 7 84 28
Population: 8,895 2009 12 342 38.4 16 1.8 0 0 4 12 326 36.6 0 73 243 10 61 16
Percent of Change -14.5% -14.2% -11.1% -10.8% -100.0% -29.4% -14.7% -14.4% -100.0% 4.3% -19.3% 42.9% -27.4% -42.9%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 24 866 30.1 52 1.8 0 8 0 44 814 28.3 5 234 556 19 149 33
Population: 29,000 2009 24 710 24.5 55 1.9 2 3 5 45 655 22.6 5 156 478 16 128 23
Percent of Change -18.0% -18.6% 5.8% 6.5% -62.5% 2.3% -19.5% -20.1% 0.0% -33.3% -14.0% -15.8% -14.1% -30.3%

*The accuracy of Island County Sheriff’s Office data for 2009 is in question due to problems associated with data system conversion.
45
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

KING CO. S.O. 2008 12 7,693 22.5 549 1.6 8 107 181 253 7,144 20.9 104 2,407 3,729 904 606 8
Population: 343,705 2009 12 7,143 20.8 572 1.7 6 100 167 299 6,571 19.1 128 2,305 3,386 752 549 16
Percent of Change -7.1% -7.7% 4.2% 3.6% -25.0% -6.5% -7.7% 18.2% -8.0% -8.6% 23.1% -4.2% -9.2% -16.8% -9.4% 100.0%

ALGONA P.D. 2008 12 56 20.4 12 4.4 0 1 1 10 44 16.1 0 15 24 5 49 3


Population: 2,760 2009 12 36 13.0 12 4.3 0 3 0 9 24 8.7 0 3 16 5 33 0
Percent of Change -35.7% -36.2% 0.0% -0.7% 200.0% -100.0% -10.0% -45.5% -45.8% -80.0% -33.3% 0.0% -32.7% -100.0%

AUBURN P.D. 2008 12 3,911 58.4 275 4.1 0 14 102 159 3,636 54.3 23 630 2,343 640 792 222
Population: 67,485 2009 12 3,613 53.5 274 4.1 4 13 92 165 3,339 49.5 18 590 2,362 369 831 148
Percent of Change -7.6% -8.3% -0.4% -1.1% -7.1% -9.8% 3.8% -8.2% -8.8% -21.7% -6.3% 0.8% -42.3% 4.9% -33.3%

BELLEVUE P.D. 2008 12 4,478 37.6 167 1.4 0 33 71 63 4,311 36.2 23 687 3,327 274 922 152
Population: 120,600 2009 12 4,128 34.2 162 1.3 2 25 61 74 3,966 32.9 16 621 3,150 179 923 145
Percent of Change -7.8% -8.9% -3.0% -4.1% -24.2% -14.1% 17.5% -8.0% -9.1% -30.4% -9.6% -5.3% -34.7% 0.1% -4.6%

BLACK DIAMOND P.D. 2008 12 71 17.1 14 3.4 0 1 0 13 57 13.7 0 20 32 5 24 7


Population: 4,180 2009 12 66 15.8 10 2.4 0 1 0 9 56 13.4 0 15 35 6 23 2
Percent of Change -7.0% -7.6% -28.6% -29.0% 0.0% -30.8% -1.8% -2.3% -25.0% 9.4% 20.0% -4.2% -71.4%

BOTHELL P.D. 2008 12 885 26.9 37 1.1 0 1 19 17 848 25.8 5 156 591 96 164 52
Population: 33,240 2009 12 924 27.8 33 1.0 0 3 17 13 891 26.8 7 169 649 66 110 20
Percent of Change 4.4% 3.2% -10.8% -11.8% 200.0% -10.5% -23.5% 5.1% 3.9% 40.0% 8.3% 9.8% -31.3% -32.9% -61.5%

BURIEN P.D. 2008 12 1,678 53.2 189 6.0 4 28 71 86 1,489 47.2 12 380 844 253 244 4
Population: 31,890 2009 12 1,715 53.8 167 5.2 2 13 62 90 1,548 48.5 12 352 957 227 186 2
Percent of Change 2.2% 1.1% -11.6% -12.6% -50.0% -53.6% -12.7% 4.7% 4.0% 2.8% 0.0% -7.4% 13.4% -10.3% -23.8% -50.0%

CARNATION P.D. 2008 12 27 14.2 2 1.0 0 1 1 0 25 13.1 0 10 15 0 4 1


Population: 1,910 2009 12 30 15.7 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 30 15.7 1 2 25 2 0 0
Percent of Change 11.1% 10.8% -100.0% -100.0% -100.0% -100.0% 20.0% 19.7% -80.0% 66.7% -100.0% -100.0%

CLYDE HILL P.D. 2008 12 40 14.3 4 1.4 0 0 0 4 36 12.8 1 15 18 2 4 3


Population: 2,815 2009 12 35 12.4 4 1.4 0 0 0 4 31 11.0 0 3 23 5 7 2
Percent of Change -12.5% -12.8% 0.0% -0.4% 0.0% -13.9% -14.2% -100.0% -80.0% 27.8% 150.0% 75.0% -33.3%

COVINGTON P.D. 2008 12 610 35.1 39 2.2 0 6 23 10 571 32.9 17 128 356 70 66 7
Population: 17,530 2009 12 679 38.7 37 2.1 0 4 15 18 642 36.6 1 134 467 40 49 0
Percent of Change 11.3% 10.2% -5.1% -6.0% -33.3% -34.8% 80.0% 12.4% 11.3% -94.1% 4.7% 31.2% -42.9% -25.8% -100.0%

DES MOINES P.D. 2008 12 1,200 41.1 116 4.0 1 14 59 42 1,084 37.1 4 255 616 209 209 29
Population: 29,270 2009 12 1,036 35.4 113 3.9 0 18 48 47 923 31.5 8 229 525 161 182 29
Percent of Change -13.7% -13.9% -2.6% -2.9% -100.0% 28.6% -18.6% 11.9% -14.9% -15.1% 100.0% -10.2% -14.8% -23.0% -12.9% 0.0%

46
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

DUVALL P.D. 2008 12 34 5.7 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 34 5.7 1 6 27 0 0 0


Population: 5,980 2009 12 53 8.9 3 0.5 0 3 0 0 50 8.4 0 15 35 0 0 0
Percent of Change 55.9% 54.4% 47.1% 45.7% -100.0% 150.0% 29.6%

ENUMCLAW P.D. 2008 12 278 24.2 2 0.2 0 0 1 1 276 24.1 2 39 210 25 34 4


Population: 11,460 2009 12 278 24.3 9 0.8 0 2 1 6 269 23.5 2 42 213 12 47 16
Percent of Change 0.0% 0.1% 350.0% 350.4% 0.0% 500.0% -2.5% -2.5% 0.0% 7.7% 1.4% -52.0% 38.2% 300.0%

FEDERAL WAY P.D. 2008 12 4,885 55.5 323 3.7 8 30 170 115 4,562 51.8 13 800 2,933 816 816 197
Population: 88,580 2009 12 4,915 55.5 369 4.2 5 51 198 115 4,546 51.3 13 741 3,231 561 933 153
Percent of Change 0.6% 0.0% 14.2% 13.5% -37.5% 70.0% 16.5% 0.0% -0.4% -1.0% 0.0% -7.4% 10.2% -31.3% 14.3% -22.3%

ISSAQUAH P.D. 2008 12 834 31.7 17 0.6 1 1 6 9 817 31.0 3 103 638 73 94 16
Population: 26,890 2009 12 653 24.3 19 0.7 0 4 9 6 634 23.6 1 51 531 51 82 16
Percent of Change -21.7% -23.4% 11.8% 9.4% -100.0% 300.0% 50.0% -33.3% -22.4% -24.0% -66.7% -50.5% -16.8% -30.1% -12.8% 0.0%

KENT P.D. 2008 12 5,210 59.9 538 6.2 2 79 171 286 4,672 53.7 23 1,112 2,702 835 918 150
Population: 88,380 2009 12 4,342 49.1 507 5.7 1 82 180 244 3,835 43.4 15 828 2,381 611 966 159
Percent of Change -16.7% -18.0% -5.8% -7.3% -50.0% 3.8% 5.3% -14.7% -17.9% -19.2% -34.8% -25.5% -11.9% -26.8% 5.2% 6.0%

KENMORE P.D. 2008 12 360 17.8 38 1.9 1 7 8 22 322 15.9 3 89 203 27 29 0


Population: 20,450 2009 12 431 21.1 22 1.1 0 1 3 18 409 20.0 5 131 229 44 21 0
Percent of Change 19.7% 18.4% -42.1% -42.8% -100.0% -85.7% -62.5% -18.2% 27.0% 25.6% 66.7% 47.2% 12.8% 63.0% -27.6%

KIRKLAND P.D. 2008 12 2,041 42.2 97 2.0 0 11 35 51 1,944 40.2 16 255 1,499 174 226 28
Population: 49,010 2009 12 1,708 34.9 59 1.2 0 8 22 29 1,649 33.6 9 256 1,286 98 234 34
Percent of Change -16.3% -17.3% -39.2% -39.9% -27.3% -37.1% -43.1% -15.2% -16.2% -43.8% 0.4% -14.2% -43.7% 3.5% 21.4%

LAKE FOREST PARK P.D. 2008 12 286 22.3 11 0.9 0 0 4 7 275 21.5 0 60 194 21 26 5
Population: 12,820 2009 12 247 19.3 9 0.7 0 2 2 5 238 18.6 0 78 143 17 28 2
Percent of Change -13.6% -13.7% -18.2% -18.2% -50.0% -28.6% -13.5% -13.5% 30.0% -26.3% -19.0% 7.7% -60.0%

MAPLE VALLEY P.D. 2008 12 386 18.8 20 1.0 0 4 4 12 366 17.9 11 99 223 33 37 4
Population: 20,840 2009 12 466 22.4 24 1.2 0 2 6 16 442 21.2 6 129 278 29 29 2
Percent of Change 20.7% 18.6% 20.0% 17.9% -50.0% 50.0% 33.3% 20.8% 18.7% -45.5% 30.3% 24.7% -12.1% -21.6% -50.0%

MEDINA P.D. 2008 12 83 24.2 1 0.3 0 0 0 1 82 23.9 0 11 61 10 9 0


Population: 3,435 2009 12 69 20.1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 69 20.1 0 11 53 5 4 0
Percent of Change -16.9% -17.0% -100.0% -100.0% -100.0% -15.9% -16.0% 0.0% -13.1% -50.0% -55.6%

MERCER ISLAND P.D. 2008 12 436 19.2 13 0.6 0 0 3 10 423 18.7 4 79 310 30 33 7
Population: 22,720 2009 12 429 18.9 11 0.5 0 2 2 7 418 18.4 7 74 323 14 34 7
Percent of Change -1.6% -1.9% -15.4% -15.6% -33.3% -30.0% -1.2% -1.5% 75.0% -6.3% 4.2% -53.3% 3.0% 0.0%

47
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

NEWCASTLE P.D. 2008 12 213 21.9 6 0.6 0 1 2 3 207 21.3 5 50 126 26 15 0


Population: 9,925 2009 12 227 22.9 3 0.3 0 0 0 3 224 22.6 0 54 147 23 9 0
Percent of Change 6.6% 4.4% -50.0% -51.0% -100.0% -100.0% 0.0% 8.2% 6.0% -100.0% 8.0% 16.7% -11.5% -40.0%

NORTH BEND P.D. 2008 12 168 35.7 15 3.2 0 5 4 6 153 32.5 1 26 118 8 24 0
Population: 4,760 2009 12 247 51.9 10 2.1 0 0 4 6 237 49.8 5 47 170 15 15 0
Percent of Change 47.0% 45.5% -33.3% -34.0% -100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 54.9% 53.3% 400.0% 80.8% 44.1% 87.5% -37.5%

NORMANDY PARK P.D. 2008 12 169 26.3 3 0.5 0 0 2 1 166 25.8 1 58 102 5 19 7
Population: 6,485 2009 12 141 21.7 2 0.3 0 0 1 1 139 21.4 0 47 88 4 20 3
Percent of Change -16.6% -17.3% -33.3% -34.0% -50.0% 0.0% -16.3% -17.0% -100.0% -19.0% -13.7% -20.0% 5.3% -57.1%

PACIFIC P.D. 2008 12 159 25.5 13 2.1 1 1 4 7 146 23.5 2 37 74 33 41 6


Population: 6,290 2009 12 160 25.4 13 2.1 0 3 0 10 147 23.4 1 51 72 23 38 9
Percent of Change 0.6% -0.4% 0.0% -1.0% -100.0% 200.0% -100.0% 42.9% 0.7% -0.4% -50.0% 37.8% -2.7% -30.3% -7.3% 50.0%

PORT OF SEATTLE P.D. 2008 12 1,054 --- 11 --- 0 1 2 8 1,043 --- 9 50 843 141 51 2
Population: 0 2009 12 734 --- 30 --- 0 1 1 28 704 --- 2 21 627 54 41 3
Percent of Change

REDMOND P.D. 2008 12 1,751 34.1 65 1.3 2 17 20 26 1,686 32.9 5 175 1,420 86 273 53
Population: 51,890 2009 12 1,714 33.0 58 1.1 0 9 23 26 1,656 31.9 3 206 1,382 65 349 32
Percent of Change -2.1% -3.2% -10.8% -11.7% -100.0% -47.1% 15.0% 0.0% -1.8% -2.9% -40.0% 17.7% -2.7% -24.4% 27.8% -39.6%

RENTON P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 83,650 2009 12 4,643 55.5 314 3.8 2 32 152 128 4,329 51.8 7 800 3,041 481 867 180
Percent of Change

SAMMAMISH P.D. 2008 12 444 10.9 18 0.4 0 6 3 9 426 10.5 4 103 307 12 23 1
Population: 40,670 2009 12 366 9.0 11 0.3 0 5 2 4 355 8.7 6 69 263 17 24 1
Percent of Change -17.6% -17.6% -38.9% -38.9% -16.7% -33.3% -55.6% -16.7% -16.7% 50.0% -33.0% -14.3% 41.7% 4.3% 0.0%

SEATAC P.D. 2008 12 1,675 65.1 159 6.2 1 16 79 63 1,516 58.9 3 406 805 302 169 0
Population: 25,730 2009 12 1,602 62.3 134 5.2 2 20 49 63 1,468 57.1 13 338 847 270 108 1
Percent of Change -4.4% -4.4% -15.7% -15.8% 100.0% 25.0% -38.0% 0.0% -3.2% -3.2% 333.3% -16.7% 5.2% -10.6% -36.1%

SEATTLE P.D. 2008 12 36,346 61.3 3,447 5.8 29 126 1,612 1,680 32,899 55.5 79 6,503 22,642 3,675 1,328 322
Population: 602,000 2009 12 39,107 65.0 3,861 6.4 22 102 1,792 1,945 35,246 58.5 156 6,709 25,095 3,286 5,005 536
Percent of Change 7.6% 6.0% 12.0% 10.3% -24.1% -19.0% 11.2% 15.8% 7.1% 5.5% 97.5% 3.2% 10.8% -10.6% 276.9% 66.5%

SHORELINE P.D. 2008 12 1,787 33.4 97 1.8 0 13 45 39 1,690 31.6 17 362 1,131 180 282 1
Population: 54,320 2009 12 1,716 31.6 92 1.7 0 13 34 45 1,624 29.9 18 395 1,104 107 199 1
Percent of Change -4.0% -5.5% -5.2% -6.7% 0.0% -24.4% 15.4% -3.9% -5.5% 5.9% 9.1% -2.4% -40.6% -29.4% 0.0%

48
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

SNOQUALMIE P.D. 2008 12 119 12.7 3 0.3 0 1 0 2 116 12.4 0 19 89 8 6 0


Population: 9,730 2009 12 168 17.3 9 0.9 0 2 0 7 159 16.3 7 11 131 10 25 5
Percent of Change 41.2% 35.8% 200.0% 188.6% 100.0% 250.0% 37.1% 31.9% -42.1% 47.2% 25.0% 316.7%

TUKWILA P.D. 2008 12 3,014 166.7 180 10.0 6 15 91 68 2,834 156.7 13 374 2,038 409 735 242
Population: 18,170 2009 12 3,443 189.5 165 9.1 1 19 88 57 3,278 180.4 11 327 2,584 356 911 235
Percent of Change 14.2% 13.7% -8.3% -8.8% -83.3% 26.7% -3.3% -16.2% 15.7% 15.1% -15.4% -12.6% 26.8% -13.0% 23.9% -2.9%

UNIV. OF WASH. P.D. 2008 12 565 --- 15 --- 0 1 9 5 550 --- 1 84 446 19 16 1
Population: 0 2009 12 582 --- 17 --- 0 0 10 7 565 --- 2 82 471 10 19 2
Percent of Change

WOODINVILLE P.D. 2008 12 478 45.3 17 1.6 0 3 5 9 461 43.7 7 94 332 28 40 1


Population: 10,670 2009 12 458 42.9 8 0.7 0 2 1 5 450 42.2 2 105 312 31 49 1
Percent of Change -4.2% -5.2% -52.9% -53.4% -33.3% -80.0% -44.4% -2.4% -3.4% -71.4% 11.7% -6.0% 10.7% 22.5% 0.0%

YARROW POINT P.D. 2008 12 9 9.3 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 9 9.3 0 0 8 1 4 0


Population: 965 2009 12 11 11.4 1 1.0 0 0 0 1 10 10.4 0 2 6 2 1 0
Percent of Change 22.2% 22.9% 11.1% 11.7% -25.0% 100.0% -75.0%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 444 83,433 45.7 6,513 3.4 64 544 2,808 3,097 76,920 42.1 412 15,697 51,376 9,435 8,332 1,535
Population: 1,931,205 2009 456 88,315 45.7 7,144 3.9 47 545 3,042 3,510 81,171 42.0 482 16,043 56,638 8,008 12,951 1,762
Percent of Change 5.9% 0.1% 9.7% 15.9% -26.6% 0.2% 8.3% 13.3% 5.5% -0.2% 17.0% 2.2% 10.2% -15.1% 55.4% 14.8%

KITSAP CO. S.O. 2008 12 4,463 26.2 674 4.0 2 123 44 505 3,789 22.2 29 1,045 2,538 177 1,402 352
Population: 170,395 2009 12 3,949 23.2 682 4.0 4 103 48 527 3,267 19.2 38 881 2,145 203 1,338 314
Percent of Change -11.5% -11.5% 1.2% 1.2% 100.0% -16.3% 9.1% 4.4% -13.8% -13.7% 31.0% -15.7% -15.5% 14.7% -4.6% -10.8%

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND P.D. 2008 12 353 15.2 29 1.3 0 4 6 19 324 14.0 7 77 233 7 98 31
Population: 23,290 2009 12 335 14.4 31 1.3 0 4 4 23 304 13.1 2 80 210 12 74 19
Percent of Change -5.1% -5.5% 6.9% 6.4% 0.0% -33.3% 21.1% -6.2% -6.6% -71.4% 3.9% -9.9% 71.4% -24.5% -38.7%

BREMERTON P.D. 2008 12 1,892 51.3 308 8.4 1 52 53 202 1,584 43.0 20 383 1,076 105 539 75
Population: 36,620 2009 12 1,968 53.7 250 6.8 0 46 46 158 1,718 46.9 22 362 1,222 112 461 75
Percent of Change 4.0% 4.7% -18.8% -18.3% -100.0% -11.5% -13.2% -21.8% 8.5% 9.2% 10.0% -5.5% 13.6% 6.7% -14.5% 0.0%

PORT GAMBLE S'KLALLAM TRIBAL 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

PORT ORCHARD P.D. 2008 12 515 61.2 50 5.9 2 9 6 33 465 55.2 4 127 312 22 129 39
Population: 8,440 2009 12 616 73.0 52 6.2 0 5 3 44 564 66.8 4 113 429 18 186 57
Percent of Change 19.6% 19.3% 4.0% 3.8% -100.0% -44.4% -50.0% 33.3% 21.3% 21.0% 0.0% -11.0% 37.5% -18.2% 44.2% 46.2%

49
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

POULSBO P.D. 2008 12 345 44.0 42 5.4 0 7 3 32 303 38.6 0 44 257 2 141 32
Population: 8,855 2009 12 362 40.9 45 5.1 0 8 6 31 317 35.8 2 54 260 1 199 45
Percent of Change 4.9% -7.1% 7.1% -5.1% 14.3% 100.0% -3.1% 4.6% -7.4% 22.7% 1.2% -50.0% 41.1% 40.6%

SUQUAMISH TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 60 7,568 30.7 1,103 4.5 5 195 112 791 6,465 26.2 60 1,676 4,416 313 2,309 529
Population: 247,600 2009 60 7,230 29.2 1,060 4.3 4 166 107 783 6,170 24.9 68 1,490 4,266 346 2,258 510
Percent of Change -4.5% -4.8% -3.9% -3.6% -20.0% -14.9% -4.5% -1.0% -4.6% -4.9% 13.3% -11.1% -3.4% 10.5% -2.2% -3.6%

KITTITAS CO. S.O. 2008 12 506 29.0 19 1.1 0 2 1 16 487 27.9 0 134 311 42 36 11
Population: 18,060 2009 12 555 30.7 15 0.8 0 3 1 11 540 29.9 3 157 346 34 27 3
Percent of Change 9.7% 6.1% -21.1% -23.7% 50.0% 0.0% -31.3% 10.9% 7.2% 17.2% 11.3% -19.0% -25.0% -72.7%

CENTRAL WASH UNIV P.D. 2008 12 158 --- 2 --- 0 2 0 0 156 --- 0 42 112 2 3 0
Population: 0 2009 12 132 --- 6 --- 0 2 0 4 126 --- 0 16 106 4 9 0
Percent of Change

CLE ELUM P.D. 2008 12 191 55.2 6 1.7 0 2 0 4 185 53.5 0 37 139 9 24 8
Population: 3,460 2009 12 153 44.2 3 0.9 0 1 0 2 150 43.4 0 32 106 12 15 2
Percent of Change -19.9% -19.9% -50.0% -50.0% -50.0% -50.0% -18.9% -18.9% -13.5% -23.7% 33.3% -37.5% -75.0%

ELLENSBURG P.D. 2008 12 1,024 59.1 47 2.7 0 21 1 25 977 56.4 7 184 740 46 230 68
Population: 17,230 2009 12 914 53.0 46 2.7 0 10 10 26 868 50.4 3 175 660 30 227 67
Percent of Change -10.7% -10.2% -2.1% -1.6% -52.4% 900.0% 4.0% -11.2% -10.6% -57.1% -4.9% -10.8% -34.8% -1.3% -1.5%

KITTITAS P.D. 2008 12 65 56.8 2 1.7 0 1 1 0 63 55.0 0 15 46 2 6 2


Population: 1,150 2009 12 30 26.1 1 0.9 0 0 0 1 29 25.2 0 9 20 0 1 0
Percent of Change -53.8% -54.0% -50.0% -50.2% -100.0% -100.0% -54.0% -54.2% -40.0% -56.5% -100.0% -83.3% -100.0%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 60 1,944 49.3 76 1.9 0 28 3 45 1,868 47.4 7 412 1,348 101 299 89
Population: 39,900 2009 60 1,784 44.7 71 1.8 0 16 11 44 1,713 42.9 6 389 1,238 80 279 72
Percent of Change -8.2% -9.4% -6.6% -5.4% -42.9% 266.7% -2.2% -8.3% -9.4% -14.3% -5.6% -8.2% -20.8% -6.7% -19.1%

KLICKITAT CO. S.O. 2008 12 161 11.9 10 0.7 0 0 1 9 151 11.2 0 103 16 32 23 1
Population: 13,550 2009 12 156 11.5 7 0.5 1 0 0 6 149 11.0 3 104 8 34 14 1
Percent of Change -3.1% -3.5% -30.0% -30.3% -100.0% -33.3% -1.3% -1.8% 1.0% -50.0% 6.3% -39.1% 0.0%

BINGEN P.D. 2008 12 20 29.4 1 1.5 0 0 0 1 19 27.9 0 5 12 2 5 2


Population: 685 2009 12 43 62.8 2 2.9 0 0 0 2 41 59.9 0 22 13 6 1 0
Percent of Change 115.0% 113.4% 100.0% 98.5% 100.0% 115.8% 114.2% 340.0% 8.3% 200.0% -80.0% -100.0%

50
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

GOLDENDALE P.D. 2008 12 177 47.5 9 2.4 0 1 1 7 168 45.1 1 40 118 9 55 16


Population: 3,745 2009 12 176 47.0 6 1.6 0 0 0 6 170 45.4 2 34 126 8 49 16
Percent of Change -0.6% -1.1% -33.3% -33.7% -100.0% -100.0% -14.3% 1.2% 0.7% 100.0% -15.0% 6.8% -11.1% -10.9% 0.0%

WHITE SALMON P.D. 2008 12 61 27.7 3 1.4 0 0 1 2 58 26.3 0 12 39 7 13 2


Population: 2,220 2009 12 84 37.8 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 84 37.8 0 44 32 8 5 1
Percent of Change 37.7% 36.8% -100.0% -100.0% -100.0% -100.0% 44.8% 43.8% 266.7% -17.9% 14.3% -61.5% -50.0%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 48 419 20.8 23 1.1 0 1 3 19 396 19.7 1 160 185 50 96 21
Population: 20,200 2009 48 459 22.7 15 0.7 1 0 0 14 444 22.0 5 204 179 56 69 18
Percent of Change 9.5% 9.0% -34.8% -34.5% -100.0% -100.0% -26.3% 12.1% 11.6% 400.0% 27.5% -3.2% 12.0% -28.1% -14.3%

LEWIS CO. S.O. 2008 12 929 20.5 70 1.5 0 14 3 53 859 18.9 8 264 528 59 249 22
Population: 45,555 2009 12 782 17.2 59 1.3 1 9 3 46 723 15.9 7 261 413 42 180 27
Percent of Change -15.8% -16.2% -15.7% -16.1% -35.7% 0.0% -13.2% -15.8% -16.2% -12.5% -1.1% -21.8% -28.8% -27.7% 22.7%

CENTRALIA P.D. 2008 12 1,144 73.6 107 6.9 1 13 23 70 1,037 66.7 8 162 789 78 208 35
Population: 15,570 2009 12 864 55.5 82 5.3 0 17 14 51 782 50.2 15 151 550 66 143 28
Percent of Change -24.5% -24.6% -23.4% -23.5% -100.0% 30.8% -39.1% -27.1% -24.6% -24.7% 87.5% -6.8% -30.3% -15.4% -31.3% -20.0%

CHEHALIS P.D. 2008 12 664 92.0 17 2.4 0 4 5 8 647 89.7 5 78 537 27 191 34
Population: 7,185 2009 12 583 81.1 11 1.5 0 3 2 6 572 79.6 2 65 474 31 235 29
Percent of Change -12.2% -11.8% -35.3% -35.0% -25.0% -60.0% -25.0% -11.6% -11.2% -60.0% -16.7% -11.7% 14.8% 23.0% -14.7%

MORTON P.D. 2008 12 80 70.2 7 6.1 0 1 0 6 73 64.0 0 12 54 7 28 7


Population: 1,140 2009 12 69 60.5 3 2.6 0 2 0 1 66 57.9 0 11 55 0 20 5
Percent of Change -13.8% -13.8% -57.1% -57.1% 100.0% -83.3% -9.6% -9.6% -8.3% 1.9% -100.0% -28.6% -28.6%

MOSSYROCK P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 695 2009 12 18 25.9 4 5.8 1 1 0 2 14 20.1 0 3 9 2 9 3
Percent of Change

NAPAVINE P.D. 2008 7 28 17.4 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 28 17.4 1 3 22 2 4 1


Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

PE ELL P.D. 2008 12 8 11.9 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 8 11.9 0 2 6 0 0 0


Population: 670 2009 12 24 35.8 6 9.0 0 0 0 6 18 26.9 0 6 10 2 14 0
Percent of Change 200.0% 200.0% 125.0% 125.0% 200.0% 66.7%

TOLEDO P.D. 2008 12 17 24.6 3 4.3 0 2 1 0 14 20.3 0 11 0 3 1 0


Population: 695 2009 12 10 14.4 1 1.4 0 0 0 1 9 12.9 0 4 3 2 0 0
Percent of Change -41.2% -41.6% -66.7% -66.9% -100.0% -100.0% -35.7% -36.2% -63.6% -33.3% -100.0%

51
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

VADER P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

WINLOCK P.D. 2008 12 41 30.1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 41 30.1 0 8 28 5 10 3


Population: 1,370 2009 12 36 26.3 3 2.2 0 2 1 0 33 24.1 0 11 19 3 7 0
Percent of Change -12.2% -12.8% -19.5% -20.1% 37.5% -32.1% -40.0% -30.0% -100.0%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 91 2,911 39.6 204 2.8 1 34 32 137 2,707 36.8 22 540 1,964 181 691 102
Population: 72,880 2009 96 2,386 32.7 169 2.3 2 34 20 113 2,217 30.4 24 512 1,533 148 608 92
Percent of Change

LINCOLN CO. S.O. 2008 12 170 21.5 8 1.0 0 5 1 2 162 20.5 2 43 114 3 43 11
Population: 7,965 2009 12 128 16.1 13 1.6 0 1 0 12 115 14.4 1 39 68 7 45 6
Percent of Change -24.7% -25.2% 62.5% 61.4% -80.0% -100.0% 500.0% -29.0% -29.5% -50.0% -9.3% -40.4% 133.3% 4.7% -45.5%

ODESSA P.D. 2008 12 18 18.8 5 5.2 0 0 0 5 13 13.5 0 6 7 0 3 0


Population: 960 2009 12 29 30.2 3 3.1 0 0 0 3 26 27.1 0 14 11 1 2 0
Percent of Change 61.1% 61.1% -40.0% -40.0% -40.0% 100.0% 100.0% 133.3% 57.1% -33.3%

REARDAN P.D. 2008 12 10 15.9 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 10 15.9 0 5 5 0 0 0


Population: 630 2009 12 3 4.8 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 3 4.8 0 1 2 0 2 1
Percent of Change -70.0% -70.0% -70.0% -70.0% -80.0% -60.0%

WILBUR P.D. 2008 12 13 14.4 1 1.1 0 0 0 1 12 13.3 0 2 10 0 3 0


Population: 895 2009 9 7 7.8 1 1.1 0 0 0 1 6 6.7 0 2 4 0 3 0
Percent of Change

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 48 211 20.3 14 1.3 0 5 1 8 197 18.9 2 56 136 3 49 11


Population: 10,450 2009 45 167 16.0 17 1.6 0 1 0 16 150 14.4 1 56 85 8 52 7
Percent of Change

MASON CO. S.O. 2008 12 1,788 37.8 140 3.0 0 31 11 98 1,648 34.8 9 641 844 154 157 20
Population: 47,835 2009 12 1,711 35.8 133 2.8 0 26 10 97 1,578 33.0 2 597 793 186 135 10
Percent of Change -4.3% -5.3% -5.0% -6.0% -16.1% -9.1% -1.0% -4.2% -5.3% -77.8% -6.9% -6.0% 20.8% -14.0% -50.0%

SHELTON P.D. 2008 12 941 104.8 56 6.2 0 14 5 37 885 98.6 2 164 643 76 826 68
Population: 8,965 2009 12 906 101.1 63 7.0 0 17 7 39 843 94.0 0 135 633 75 878 53
Percent of Change -3.7% -3.6% 12.5% 12.7% 21.4% 40.0% 5.4% -4.7% -4.6% -100.0% -17.7% -1.6% -1.3% 6.3% -22.1%

SKOKOMISH TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

52
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

SQUAXIN TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 24 2,729 48.5 196 3.5 0 45 16 135 2,533 45.0 11 805 1,487 230 983 88
Population: 56,800 2009 24 2,617 46.1 196 3.5 0 43 17 136 2,421 42.6 2 732 1,426 261 1,013 63
Percent of Change -4.1% -4.9% 0.0% 0.9% -4.4% 6.3% 0.7% -4.4% -5.3% -81.8% -9.1% -4.1% 13.5% 3.1% -28.4%

OKANOGAN CO. S.O. 2008 12 483 17.4 13 0.5 0 3 2 8 470 16.9 0 171 269 30 61 8
Population: 28,050 2009 12 362 12.9 21 0.7 1 4 1 15 341 12.2 1 123 189 28 37 8
Percent of Change -25.1% -25.8% 61.5% 59.9% 33.3% -50.0% 87.5% -27.4% -28.2% -28.1% -29.7% -6.7% -39.3% 0.0%

BREWSTER P.D. 2008 12 131 59.7 7 3.2 0 1 0 6 124 56.5 2 35 78 9 14 4


Population: 2,205 2009 12 124 56.2 8 3.6 0 2 1 5 116 52.6 1 36 69 10 34 3
Percent of Change -5.3% -5.8% 14.3% 13.8% 100.0% -16.7% -6.5% -6.9% -50.0% 2.9% -11.5% 11.1% 142.9% -25.0%

COLVILLE TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

COULEE DAM P.D. 2008 12 16 15.6 3 2.9 0 1 0 2 13 12.7 0 3 7 3 7 3


Population: 1,025 2009 12 36 35.1 3 2.9 0 1 1 1 33 32.2 0 15 16 2 21 15
Percent of Change 125.0% 125.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% -50.0% 153.8% 153.8% 400.0% 128.6% -33.3% 200.0% 400.0%

OMAK P.D. 2008 12 262 55.2 22 4.6 0 5 7 10 240 50.5 0 87 140 13 79 13


Population: 4,780 2009 12 207 43.3 13 2.7 0 3 3 7 194 40.6 0 36 150 8 85 11
Percent of Change -21.0% -21.5% -40.9% -41.3% -40.0% -57.1% -30.0% -19.2% -19.7% -58.6% 7.1% -38.5% 7.6% -15.4%

OROVILLE P.D. 2008 12 92 53.6 8 4.7 0 2 0 6 84 49.0 0 17 64 3 20 4


Population: 1,750 2009 12 76 43.4 7 4.0 0 3 1 3 69 39.4 0 21 42 6 20 5
Percent of Change -17.4% -19.0% -12.5% -14.3% 50.0% -50.0% -17.9% -19.5% 23.5% -34.4% 100.0% 0.0% 25.0%

TONASKET P.D. 2008 12 69 69.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 69 69.0 0 10 56 3 7 0


Population: 1,010 2009 12 52 51.5 1 1.0 0 0 0 1 51 50.5 0 9 40 2 6 3
Percent of Change -24.6% -25.4% -26.1% -26.8% -10.0% -28.6% -33.3% -14.3%

TWISP P.D. 2008 12 45 45.7 2 2.0 0 0 0 2 43 43.7 0 10 33 0 10 0


Population: 985 2009 12 35 35.5 5 5.1 1 1 0 3 30 30.5 0 16 14 0 10 2
Percent of Change -22.2% -22.2% 150.0% 150.0% 50.0% -30.2% -30.2% 60.0% -57.6% 0.0%

WINTHROP P.D. 2008 12 14 35.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 14 35.0 0 3 11 0 7 0


Population: 425 2009 12 16 37.6 1 2.4 0 0 0 1 15 35.3 0 4 10 1 10 0
Percent of Change 14.3% 7.6% 7.1% 0.8% 33.3% -9.1% 42.9%

53
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 96 1,112 27.9 55 1.4 0 12 9 34 1,057 26.5 2 336 658 61 205 32
Population: 40,230 2009 96 908 22.6 59 1.5 2 14 7 36 849 21.1 2 260 530 57 223 47
Percent of Change -18.3% -19.2% 7.3% 8.4% 16.7% -22.2% 5.9% -19.7% -20.5% 0.0% -22.6% -19.5% -6.6% 8.8% 46.9%

PACIFIC CO. S.O. 2008 12 405 28.0 22 1.5 0 4 1 17 383 26.5 3 158 204 18 32 4
Population: 14,415 2009 12 346 24.0 42 2.9 0 9 1 32 304 21.1 1 142 151 10 40 2
Percent of Change -14.6% -14.4% 90.9% 91.3% 125.0% 0.0% 88.2% -20.6% -20.5% -66.7% -10.1% -26.0% -44.4% 25.0% -50.0%

ILWACO P.D. 2008 12 45 42.1 11 10.3 0 0 1 10 34 31.8 0 4 29 1 15 2


Population: 1,070 2009 12 33 30.8 3 2.8 1 0 0 2 30 28.0 1 11 15 3 3 0
Percent of Change -26.7% -26.7% -72.7% -72.7% -100.0% -80.0% -11.8% -11.8% 175.0% -48.3% 200.0% -80.0% -100.0%

LONG BEACH P.D. 2008 12 96 63.6 4 2.6 0 2 0 2 92 60.9 0 49 41 2 20 0


Population: 1,535 2009 12 79 51.5 2 1.3 1 0 0 1 77 50.2 0 18 57 2 9 2
Percent of Change -17.7% -19.0% -50.0% -50.8% -100.0% -50.0% -16.3% -17.7% -63.3% 39.0% 0.0% -55.0%

RAYMOND P.D. 2008 12 113 37.6 12 4.0 0 0 0 12 101 33.6 1 21 72 7 9 1


Population: 3,010 2009 12 89 29.6 9 3.0 0 1 0 8 80 26.6 0 35 42 3 8 0
Percent of Change -21.2% -21.4% -25.0% -25.1% -33.3% -20.8% -20.9% -100.0% 66.7% -41.7% -57.1% -11.1% -100.0%

SHOALWATER BAY TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

SOUTH BEND P.D. 2008 12 52 29.4 1 0.6 0 0 0 1 51 28.8 1 9 37 4 27 11


Population: 1,770 2009 12 42 23.7 1 0.6 0 0 0 1 41 23.2 0 6 35 0 8 3
Percent of Change -19.2% -19.2% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% -19.6% -19.6% -100.0% -33.3% -5.4% -100.0% -70.4% -72.7%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 60 711 32.6 50 2.3 0 6 2 42 661 30.3 5 241 383 32 103 18
Population: 21,800 2009 60 589 27.0 57 2.6 2 10 1 44 532 24.4 2 212 300 18 68 7
Percent of Change -17.2% -17.2% 14.0% 14.0% 66.7% -50.0% 4.8% -19.5% -19.5% -60.0% -12.0% -21.7% -43.8% -34.0% -61.1%

PEND OREILLE CO. S.O. 2008 12 401 31.3 7 0.5 0 1 2 4 394 30.8 0 107 257 30 31 6
Population: 12,735 2009 12 343 26.9 5 0.4 0 1 0 4 338 26.5 1 82 234 21 40 7
Percent of Change -14.5% -14.0% -28.6% -28.2% 0.0% -100.0% 0.0% -14.2% -13.8% -23.4% -8.9% -30.0% 29.0% 16.7%

KALISPEL TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 12 401 31.3 7 0.5 0 1 2 4 394 30.8 0 107 257 30 31 6
Population: 12,735 2009 12 343 26.9 5 0.4 0 1 0 4 338 26.5 1 82 234 21 40 7
Percent of Change -14.5% -14.0% -28.6% -28.9% 0.0% -100.0% 0.0% -14.2% -13.8% -23.4% -8.9% -30.0% 29.0% 16.7%

54
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

PIERCE CO. S.O. 2008 12 11,255 29.8 1,153 3.0 10 114 199 830 10,102 26.7 63 2,536 6,075 1,428 1,280 240
Population: 382,555 2009 12 10,784 28.2 1,083 2.8 18 82 242 741 9,701 25.4 43 2,728 5,807 1,123 1,133 248
Percent of Change -4.2% -5.3% -6.1% -7.2% 80.0% -28.1% 21.6% -10.7% -4.0% -5.1% -31.7% 7.6% -4.4% -21.4% -11.5% 3.3%

BONNEY LAKE P.D. 2008 12 471 29.0 33 2.0 1 4 4 24 438 27.0 5 87 317 29 151 55
Population: 16,500 2009 12 419 25.4 26 1.6 0 4 8 14 393 23.8 0 71 296 26 105 39
Percent of Change -11.0% -12.5% -21.2% -22.5% -100.0% 0.0% 100.0% -41.7% -10.3% -11.8% -100.0% -18.4% -6.6% -10.3% -30.5% -29.1%

BUCKLEY P.D. 2008 12 115 20.2 13 2.3 0 1 1 11 102 18.0 5 19 71 7 25 5


Population: 5,745 2009 12 136 23.7 7 1.2 0 0 1 6 129 22.5 3 33 89 4 17 4
Percent of Change 18.3% 16.9% -46.2% -46.8% -100.0% 0.0% -45.5% 26.5% 25.0% -40.0% 73.7% 25.4% -42.9% -32.0% -20.0%

DUPONT P.D. 2008 12 66 8.9 12 1.6 0 2 1 9 54 7.3 0 15 36 3 12 1


Population: 7,650 2009 12 76 9.9 7 0.9 0 1 2 4 69 9.0 0 15 50 4 11 5
Percent of Change 15.2% 11.2% -41.7% -43.6% -50.0% 100.0% -55.6% 27.8% 23.4% 0.0% 38.9% 33.3% -8.3% 400.0%

EATONVILLE P.D. 2008 12 80 33.7 4 1.7 0 1 0 3 76 32.0 6 20 48 2 19 8


Population: 2,405 2009 12 57 23.7 3 1.2 0 1 0 2 54 22.5 2 14 37 1 13 5
Percent of Change -28.8% -29.6% -25.0% -25.9% 0.0% -33.3% -28.9% -29.8% -66.7% -30.0% -22.9% -50.0% -31.6% -37.5%

EDGEWOOD P.D. 2008 12 260 27.1 20 2.1 0 0 2 18 240 25.0 2 88 139 11 15 0


Population: 9,615 2009 12 263 27.4 17 1.8 0 1 5 11 246 25.6 1 90 142 13 15 2
Percent of Change 1.2% 0.9% -15.0% -15.2% 150.0% -38.9% 2.5% 2.3% -50.0% 2.3% 2.2% 18.2% 0.0%

FIFE P.D. 2008 12 618 82.1 47 6.2 0 2 10 35 571 75.9 6 85 361 119 53 7
Population: 7,610 2009 12 660 86.7 47 6.2 0 7 12 28 613 80.6 0 120 416 77 57 3
Percent of Change 6.8% 5.6% 0.0% -1.1% 250.0% 20.0% -20.0% 7.4% 6.2% -100.0% 41.2% 15.2% -35.3% 7.5% -57.1%

FIRCREST P.D. 2008 12 170 26.9 9 1.4 0 1 1 7 161 25.5 0 38 108 15 23 7


Population: 6,325 2009 12 127 20.1 18 2.8 0 2 2 14 109 17.2 0 33 69 7 17 2
Percent of Change -25.3% -25.4% 100.0% 99.7% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% -32.3% -32.4% -13.2% -36.1% -53.3% -26.1% -71.4%

GIG HARBOR P.D. 2008 12 365 52.8 13 1.9 0 2 5 6 352 50.9 3 39 284 26 120 29
Population: 7,165 2009 12 417 58.2 17 2.4 0 3 7 7 400 55.8 1 52 331 16 104 27
Percent of Change 14.2% 10.2% 30.8% 26.1% 50.0% 40.0% 16.7% 13.6% 9.6% -66.7% 33.3% 16.5% -38.5% -13.3% -6.9%

LAKEWOOD P.D. 2008 12 4,034 68.6 541 9.2 5 59 147 330 3,493 59.4 26 700 2,367 400 640 138
Population: 58,840 2009 12 3,612 61.4 561 9.5 2 47 171 341 3,051 51.9 16 585 2,195 255 528 62
Percent of Change -10.5% -10.6% 3.7% 3.6% -60.0% -20.3% 16.3% 3.3% -12.7% -12.7% -38.5% -16.4% -7.3% -36.3% -17.5% -55.1%

MILTON P.D. 2008 12 286 43.8 30 4.6 0 1 12 17 256 39.2 0 58 166 32 46 5


Population: 6,535 2009 12 315 48.2 25 3.8 0 0 11 14 290 44.4 3 68 198 21 37 6
Percent of Change 10.1% 10.1% -16.7% -16.7% -100.0% -8.3% -17.6% 13.3% 13.3% 17.2% 19.3% -34.4% -19.6% 20.0%

55
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

ORTING P.D. 2008 12 176 29.0 4 0.7 0 0 3 1 172 28.3 2 37 121 12 29 16


Population: 6,135 2009 12 189 30.8 13 2.1 0 3 3 7 176 28.7 2 47 118 9 29 12
Percent of Change 7.4% 6.3% 225.0% 221.8% 0.0% 600.0% 2.3% 1.3% 0.0% 27.0% -2.5% -25.0% 0.0% -25.0%

PUYALLUP TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

PUYALLUP P.D. 2008 12 2,805 76.0 153 4.1 0 18 50 85 2,652 71.8 19 296 1,938 399 791 210
Population: 38,690 2009 12 3,163 81.8 151 3.9 0 20 50 81 3,012 77.8 15 422 2,259 316 726 173
Percent of Change 12.8% 7.6% -1.3% -5.8% 11.1% 0.0% -4.7% 13.6% 8.4% -21.1% 42.6% 16.6% -20.8% -8.2% -17.6%

ROY P.D. 2008 12 32 36.6 9 10.3 0 1 0 8 23 26.3 1 3 17 2 8 2


Population: 870 2009 12 27 31.0 3 3.4 0 0 0 3 24 27.6 0 6 15 3 3 0
Percent of Change -15.6% -15.1% -66.7% -66.5% -100.0% -62.5% 4.3% 4.9% -100.0% 100.0% -11.8% 50.0% -62.5% -100.0%

RUSTON P.D. 2008 12 34 45.0 2 2.6 0 0 1 1 32 42.4 1 10 15 6 4 0


Population: 765 2009 12 41 53.6 8 10.5 0 1 2 5 33 43.1 0 5 23 5 8 1
Percent of Change 20.6% 19.0% 300.0% 294.8% 100.0% 400.0% 3.1% 1.8% -100.0% -50.0% 53.3% -16.7% 100.0%

STEILACOOM P.D. 2008 12 96 15.3 8 1.3 0 2 1 5 88 14.1 1 17 64 6 9 2


Population: 6,285 2009 12 89 14.2 15 2.4 0 2 1 12 74 11.8 1 22 44 7 18 3
Percent of Change -7.3% -7.7% 87.5% 86.6% 0.0% 0.0% 140.0% -15.9% -16.3% 0.0% 29.4% -31.3% 16.7% 100.0% 50.0%

SUMNER P.D. 2008 12 544 60.0 52 5.7 0 8 8 36 492 54.3 6 103 318 65 73 22
Population: 9,085 2009 12 513 56.5 46 5.1 1 2 10 33 467 51.4 3 97 313 54 64 10
Percent of Change -5.7% -6.0% -11.5% -11.8% -75.0% 25.0% -8.3% -5.1% -5.3% -50.0% -5.8% -1.6% -16.9% -12.3% -54.5%

TACOMA P.D. 2008 12 17,174 84.7 2,005 9.9 13 150 622 1,220 15,169 74.8 75 2,899 9,499 2,696 2,301 452
Population: 203,400 2009 12 16,013 78.7 1,942 9.5 9 141 648 1,144 14,071 69.2 75 2,899 9,425 1,672 2,038 407
Percent of Change -6.8% -7.1% -3.1% -3.5% -30.8% -6.0% 4.2% -6.2% -7.2% -7.6% 0.0% 0.0% -0.8% -38.0% -11.4% -10.0%

UNIVERSITY PLACE P.D. 2008 12 935 29.7 94 3.0 1 5 34 54 841 26.7 7 216 517 101 134 35
Population: 31,500 2009 12 1,039 33.0 104 3.3 3 12 35 54 935 29.7 5 309 559 62 150 39
Percent of Change 11.1% 10.9% 10.6% 10.4% 200.0% 140.0% 2.9% 0.0% 11.2% 11.0% -28.6% 43.1% 8.1% -38.6% 11.9% 11.4%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 228 39,516 49.4 4,202 5.2 30 371 1,101 2,700 35,314 44.2 228 7,266 22,461 5,359 5,733 1,234
Population: 807,675 2009 228 37,940 47.0 4,093 5.1 33 329 1,210 2,521 33,847 41.9 170 7,616 22,386 3,675 5,073 1,048
Percent of Change -4.0% -5.0% -2.6% -1.6% 10.0% -11.3% 9.9% -6.6% -4.2% -5.1% -25.4% 4.8% -0.3% -31.4% -11.5% -15.1%

SAN JUAN CO. S.O. 2008 12 264 16.4 7 0.4 1 0 0 6 257 16.0 1 86 152 18 28 7
Population: 16,300 2009 12 280 17.2 9 0.6 0 2 0 7 271 16.6 1 90 166 14 33 14
Percent of Change 6.1% 4.8% 28.6% 27.0% -100.0% 16.7% 5.4% 4.2% 0.0% 4.7% 9.2% -22.2% 17.9% 100.0%

56
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 12 264 16.4 7 0.4 1 0 0 6 257 16.0 1 86 152 18 28 7


Population: 16,300 2009 12 280 17.2 9 0.6 0 2 0 7 271 16.6 1 90 166 14 33 14
Percent of Change 6.1% 4.8% 28.6% 30.2% -100.0% 16.7% 5.4% 4.2% 0.0% 4.7% 9.2% -22.2% 17.9% 100.0%

SKAGIT CO. S.O. 2008 12 1,581 30.3 80 1.5 7 18 11 44 1,501 28.7 10 461 906 124 228 23
Population: 52,370 2009 12 1,257 24.0 96 1.8 1 22 5 68 1,161 22.2 18 386 683 74 247 45
Percent of Change -20.5% -20.7% 20.0% 19.7% -85.7% 22.2% -54.5% 54.5% -22.7% -22.9% 80.0% -16.3% -24.6% -40.3% 8.3% 95.7%

ANACORTES P.D. 2008 12 532 32.0 27 1.6 0 3 5 19 505 30.3 1 109 364 31 97 30
Population: 16,790 2009 12 483 28.8 22 1.3 0 1 7 14 461 27.5 2 109 328 22 92 19
Percent of Change -9.2% -10.0% -18.5% -19.2% -66.7% 40.0% -26.3% -8.7% -9.5% 100.0% 0.0% -9.9% -29.0% -5.2% -36.7%

BURLINGTON P.D. 2008 12 1,050 124.1 27 3.2 1 3 9 14 1,023 120.9 2 104 856 61 445 109
Population: 8,870 2009 12 1,178 132.8 12 1.4 0 4 4 4 1,166 131.5 9 118 988 51 487 75
Percent of Change 12.2% 7.0% -55.6% -57.6% -100.0% 33.3% -55.6% -71.4% 14.0% 8.7% 350.0% 13.5% 15.4% -16.4% 9.4% -31.2%

MOUNT VERNON P.D. 2008 12 1,851 61.4 91 3.0 0 19 26 46 1,760 58.4 28 275 1,374 83 394 67
Population: 30,800 2009 12 2,223 72.2 88 2.9 2 20 33 33 2,135 69.3 11 275 1,769 80 416 66
Percent of Change 20.1% 17.6% -3.3% -5.3% 5.3% 26.9% -28.3% 21.3% 18.7% -60.7% 0.0% 28.7% -3.6% 5.6% -1.5%

SEDRO WOOLLEY P.D. 2008 12 553 55.1 14 1.4 1 5 3 5 539 53.7 3 107 389 40 89 30
Population: 10,070 2009 12 508 50.4 10 1.0 0 2 5 3 498 49.5 2 109 354 33 91 24
Percent of Change -8.1% -8.5% -28.6% -28.9% -100.0% -60.0% 66.7% -40.0% -7.6% -8.0% -33.3% 1.9% -9.0% -17.5% 2.2% -20.0%

SWINOMISH TRIBAL P.D. 2008 12 70 --- 4 --- 0 2 1 1 66 --- 0 13 50 3 11 1


Population: 0 2009 12 93 --- 3 --- 0 2 0 1 90 --- 0 15 69 6 9 0
Percent of Change

UPPER SKAGIT TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 72 5,637 48.0 243 2.0 9 50 55 129 5,394 45.9 44 1,069 3,939 342 1,264 260
Population: 118,900 2009 72 5,742 48.3 231 2.0 3 51 54 123 5,511 46.3 42 1,012 4,191 266 1,342 229
Percent of Change 1.9% 0.7% -4.9% -3.8% -66.7% 2.0% -1.8% -4.7% 2.2% 1.0% -4.5% -5.3% 6.4% -22.2% 6.2% -11.9%

SKAMANIA CO. S.O. 2008 12 207 21.1 11 1.1 0 3 1 7 196 20.0 0 55 124 17 42 3
Population: 9,920 2009 12 229 23.1 23 2.3 1 10 1 11 206 20.8 3 48 132 23 74 11
Percent of Change 10.6% 9.5% 109.1% 107.0% 233.3% 0.0% 57.1% 5.1% 4.1% -12.7% 6.5% 35.3% 76.2% 266.7%

NORTH BONNEVILLE P.D. 2008 12 17 19.4 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 17 19.4 0 2 13 2 0 0


Population: 880 2009 8 14 15.9 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 14 15.9 0 2 12 0 5 3
Percent of Change

57
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 24 224 20.9 11 1.0 0 3 1 7 213 19.9 0 57 137 19 42 3


Population: 10,800 2009 20 243 22.5 23 2.1 1 10 1 11 220 20.4 3 50 144 23 79 14
Percent of Change

SNOHOMISH CO. S.O. * 2008 9 5,301 16.2 463 1.4 4 104 92 263 4,838 14.7 49 1,528 2,455 806 702 89
Population: 332,095 2009 12 6,642 20.0 546 1.6 10 80 126 330 6,096 18.4 53 2,228 3,063 752 1,022 140
Percent of Change

ARLINGTON P.D. 2008 12 789 46.3 34 2.0 0 1 11 22 755 44.3 3 108 556 88 158 37
Population: 17,150 2009 12 639 37.3 31 1.8 1 3 15 12 608 35.5 0 94 429 85 161 38
Percent of Change -19.0% -19.5% -8.8% -9.4% 200.0% 36.4% -45.5% -19.5% -19.9% -100.0% -13.0% -22.8% -3.4% 1.9% 2.7%

BRIER P.D. 2008 12 99 15.3 4 0.6 0 0 2 2 95 14.6 3 22 64 6 15 4


Population: 6,490 2009 12 94 14.5 3 0.5 0 1 0 2 91 14.0 4 22 63 2 12 4
Percent of Change -5.1% -5.1% -25.0% -25.1% -100.0% 0.0% -4.2% -4.3% 33.3% 0.0% -1.6% -66.7% -20.0% 0.0%

EDMONDS P.D. 2008 12 1,034 25.4 63 1.5 0 4 21 38 971 23.8 7 231 671 62 262 40
Population: 40,900 2009 12 1,015 24.8 73 1.8 1 4 27 41 942 23.0 11 213 666 52 279 33
Percent of Change -1.8% -2.2% 15.9% 15.5% 0.0% 28.6% 7.9% -3.0% -3.3% 57.1% -7.8% -0.7% -16.1% 6.5% -17.5%

EVERETT P.D. 2008 12 8,144 79.6 584 5.7 1 76 223 284 7,560 73.9 18 1,251 5,108 1,183 1,548 253
Population: 103,500 2009 12 7,573 73.2 610 5.9 2 51 263 294 6,963 67.3 15 1,099 5,070 779 1,573 254
Percent of Change -7.0% -8.1% 4.5% 3.2% 100.0% -32.9% 17.9% 3.5% -7.9% -9.0% -16.7% -12.2% -0.7% -34.2% 1.6% 0.4%

GRANITE FALLS P.D. 2008 12 161 48.9 14 4.3 0 1 0 13 147 44.7 2 28 100 17 74 15
Population: 3,375 2009 12 133 39.4 8 2.4 0 0 2 6 125 37.0 1 27 92 5 59 10
Percent of Change -17.4% -19.5% -42.9% -44.3% -100.0% -53.8% -15.0% -17.1% -50.0% -3.6% -8.0% -70.6% -20.3% -33.3%

LAKE STEVENS P.D. 2008 12 578 39.7 28 1.9 0 3 5 20 550 37.8 6 111 372 61 133 51
Population: 14,800 2009 12 488 33.0 25 1.7 0 3 10 12 463 31.3 8 76 344 35 104 30
Percent of Change -15.6% -16.9% -10.7% -12.2% 0.0% 100.0% -40.0% -15.8% -17.2% 33.3% -31.5% -7.5% -42.6% -21.8% -41.2%

LYNNWOOD P.D. 2008 12 2,445 68.5 146 4.1 1 6 62 77 2,299 64.4 6 258 1,849 186 1,017 300
Population: 35,740 2009 12 2,382 66.6 108 3.0 0 9 53 46 2,274 63.6 8 230 1,887 149 1,011 291
Percent of Change -2.6% -2.7% -26.0% -26.2% -100.0% 50.0% -14.5% -40.3% -1.1% -1.3% 33.3% -10.9% 2.1% -19.9% -0.6% -3.0%

MARYSVILLE P.D. 2008 12 1,301 35.1 75 2.0 0 12 19 44 1,226 33.1 12 247 782 185 381 95
Population: 37,560 2009 12 1,581 42.1 89 2.4 1 9 34 45 1,492 39.7 7 245 1,093 147 493 85
Percent of Change 21.5% 19.9% 18.7% 17.1% -25.0% 78.9% 2.3% 21.7% 20.1% -41.7% -0.8% 39.8% -20.5% 29.4% -10.5%

MILL CREEK P.D. 2008 12 489 27.5 25 1.4 0 2 10 13 464 26.1 1 92 308 63 57 18
Population: 18,480 2009 12 537 29.1 29 1.6 0 3 11 15 508 27.5 3 108 372 25 77 14
Percent of Change 9.8% 5.6% 16.0% 11.5% 50.0% 10.0% 15.4% 9.5% 5.3% 200.0% 17.4% 20.8% -60.3% 35.1% -22.2%

*Snohomish County Sheriffs Office had 1 murder in 2008 that occurred during a month in which they weren't able to report other types of crime data.
58
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

MONROE P.D. 2008 12 495 29.9 51 3.1 1 5 10 35 444 26.8 3 55 337 49 116 32
Population: 16,710 2009 12 592 35.4 61 3.7 1 11 10 39 531 31.8 5 80 384 62 129 32
Percent of Change 19.6% 18.5% 19.6% 18.5% 0.0% 120.0% 0.0% 11.4% 19.6% 18.4% 66.7% 45.5% 13.9% 26.5% 11.2% 0.0%

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE P.D. * 2008 12 603 28.8 41 2.0 1 6 17 17 562 26.9 7 106 393 56 120 27
Population: 20,960 2009 12 564 26.9 43 2.1 0 10 14 19 521 24.9 12 98 368 43 127 36
Percent of Change -6.5% -6.6% 4.9% 4.7% -100.0% 66.7% -17.6% 11.8% -7.3% -7.4% 71.4% -7.5% -6.4% -23.2% 5.8% 33.3%

MUKILTEO P.D. 2008 12 518 25.8 18 0.9 0 3 5 10 500 24.9 2 137 299 62 48 11
Population: 20,110 2009 12 580 28.8 21 1.0 0 6 6 9 559 27.8 7 134 386 32 56 15
Percent of Change 12.0% 11.6% 16.7% 16.3% 100.0% 20.0% -10.0% 11.8% 11.5% 250.0% -2.2% 29.1% -48.4% 16.7% 36.4%

SAUK-SUIATTLE TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

SNOHOMISH P.D. 2008 12 393 43.6 26 2.9 0 2 10 14 367 40.7 17 60 258 32 116 29
Population: 9,145 2009 12 478 52.3 39 4.3 0 5 13 21 439 48.0 7 79 324 29 235 42
Percent of Change 21.6% 20.0% 50.0% 47.9% 150.0% 30.0% 50.0% 19.6% 18.0% -58.8% 31.7% 25.6% -9.4% 102.6% 44.8%

STANWOOD P.D. 2008 12 262 48.1 11 2.0 0 5 1 5 251 46.1 0 41 193 17 61 27


Population: 5,590 2009 12 320 57.2 13 2.3 0 1 1 11 307 54.9 1 47 242 17 73 47
Percent of Change 22.1% 19.0% 18.2% 15.1% -80.0% 0.0% 120.0% 22.3% 19.1% 14.6% 25.4% 0.0% 19.7% 74.1%

STILLAGUAMISH TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

SULTAN P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 4,555 2009 12 199 43.7 23 5.0 1 2 3 17 176 38.6 2 46 104 24 39 6
Percent of Change

TULALIP TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

WOODWAY P.D. 2008 12 24 20.3 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 24 20.3 0 14 9 1 2 0


Population: 1,190 2009 12 15 12.6 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 15 12.6 0 8 7 0 0 0
Percent of Change -37.5% -38.0% -37.5% -38.0% -42.9% -22.2% -100.0% -100.0%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 189 22,636 33.5 1,583 2.3 8 230 488 857 21,053 31.1 136 4,289 13,754 2,874 4,810 1,028
Population: 688,350 2009 204 23,832 34.6 1,722 2.5 17 198 588 919 22,110 32.1 144 4,834 14,894 2,238 5,450 1,077
Percent of Change

*2008 Mountlake Terrace P.D. data includes one murder that occurred in 2008 but was not reported until 2009.
59
NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

SPOKANE CO. S.O. * 2008 12 2,733 19.7 247 1.8 4 9 25 209 2,486 18.0 13 646 1,599 228 387 94
Population: 141,880 2009 12 3,203 22.6 191 1.3 2 14 25 150 3,012 21.2 9 765 1,996 242 361 59
Percent of Change 17.2% 14.4% -22.7% -24.5% -50.0% 55.6% 0.0% -28.2% 21.2% 18.2% -30.8% 18.4% 24.8% 6.1% -6.7% -37.2%

AIRWAY HEIGHTS P.D. 2008 12 177 33.8 26 5.0 1 5 4 16 151 28.8 0 26 108 17 88 12
Population: 5,515 2009 12 145 26.3 12 2.2 0 0 2 10 133 24.1 0 35 84 14 51 12
Percent of Change -18.1% -22.2% -53.8% -56.1% -100.0% -100.0% -50.0% -37.5% -11.9% -16.3% 34.6% -22.2% -17.6% -42.0% 0.0%

CHENEY P.D. 2008 12 313 30.7 15 1.5 0 1 3 11 298 29.3 0 45 241 12 56 16


Population: 10,550 2009 12 336 31.8 24 2.3 0 6 4 14 312 29.6 1 57 242 12 61 9
Percent of Change 7.3% 3.6% 60.0% 54.4% 500.0% 33.3% 27.3% 4.7% 1.0% 26.7% 0.4% 0.0% 8.9% -43.8%

E. WASH. UNIV. P.D. 2008 12 107 --- 1 --- 0 0 0 1 106 --- 0 7 99 0 6 0


Population: 0 2009 12 105 --- 3 --- 0 1 1 1 102 --- 0 8 94 0 10 0
Percent of Change

LIBERTY LAKE P.D. 2008 12 81 11.6 2 0.3 0 0 1 1 79 11.3 0 13 56 10 9 0


Population: 7,270 2009 12 68 9.4 3 0.4 0 1 0 2 65 8.9 0 13 50 2 13 3
Percent of Change -16.0% -19.4% 50.0% 44.0% -100.0% 100.0% -17.7% -21.0% 0.0% -10.7% -80.0% 44.4%

MEDICAL LAKE P.D. * 2008 12 41 8.5 4 0.8 0 2 0 2 37 7.7 1 13 22 1 19 10


Population: 4,845 2009 5 15 3.1 3 0.6 0 0 0 3 12 2.5 0 5 7 0 10 6
Percent of Change

SPOKANE P.D. 2008 12 12,435 60.8 1,352 6.6 13 94 460 785 11,083 54.2 58 2,269 7,218 1,538 2,753 597
Population: 205,500 2009 12 14,510 70.6 1,270 6.2 7 75 443 745 13,240 64.4 74 2,565 8,864 1,737 2,724 476
Percent of Change 16.7% 16.1% -6.1% -6.6% -46.2% -20.2% -3.7% -5.1% 19.5% 18.8% 27.6% 13.0% 22.8% 12.9% -1.1% -20.3%

SPOKANE VALLEY P.D. 2008 12 3,723 41.9 270 3.0 1 25 66 178 3,453 38.8 29 635 2,364 425 750 125
Population: 89,440 2009 12 3,544 39.6 265 3.0 1 19 63 182 3,279 36.7 17 616 2,393 253 667 118
Percent of Change -4.8% -5.4% -1.9% -2.4% 0.0% -24.0% -4.5% 2.2% -5.0% -5.6% -41.4% -3.0% 1.2% -40.5% -11.1% -5.6%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 96 19,610 42.7 1,917 4.1 19 136 559 1,203 17,693 38.5 101 3,654 11,707 2,231 4,068 854
Population: 465,000 2009 89 21,926 47.2 1,771 3.9 10 116 538 1,107 20,155 43.3 101 4,064 13,730 2,260 3,897 683
Percent of Change

STEVENS CO. S.O. 2008 12 673 19.6 37 1.1 1 15 3 18 636 18.5 3 243 331 59 118 21
Population: 34,605 2009 12 718 20.7 47 1.4 1 19 4 23 671 19.4 2 229 369 71 90 17
Percent of Change 6.7% 5.8% 27.0% 26.0% 0.0% 26.7% 33.3% 27.8% 5.5% 4.6% -33.3% -5.8% 11.5% 20.3% -23.7% -19.0%

CHEWELAH P.D. 2008 12 120 49.6 4 1.7 0 2 2 0 116 47.9 0 31 81 4 21 8


Population: 2,420 2009 12 88 36.4 7 2.9 0 1 1 5 81 33.5 0 30 48 3 23 6
Percent of Change -26.7% -26.7% 75.0% 75.0% -50.0% -50.0% -30.2% -30.2% -3.2% -40.7% -25.0% 9.5% -25.0%

*Medical Lake Police Department closed, effective Nov. 1, 2009. The city's crime was covered by Spokane Co. S.O. in Nov. Dec. 2009
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Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

COLVILLE P.D. 2008 12 196 38.9 5 1.0 0 1 2 2 191 37.9 0 8 182 1 48 16


Population: 5,040 2009 12 160 31.7 3 0.6 0 0 1 2 157 31.2 0 18 136 3 47 7
Percent of Change -18.4% -18.4% -40.0% -40.0% -100.0% -50.0% 0.0% -17.8% -17.8% 125.0% -25.3% 200.0% -2.1% -56.3%

KETTLE FALLS P.D. 2008 12 82 50.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 82 50.0 0 22 57 3 18 8


Population: 1,655 2009 12 65 39.3 3 1.8 0 0 0 3 62 37.5 0 10 51 1 12 6
Percent of Change -20.7% -21.5% -24.4% -25.1% -54.5% -10.5% -66.7% -33.3% -25.0%

SPOKANE TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

SPRINGDALE P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 48 1,071 24.7 46 1.1 1 18 7 20 1,025 23.6 3 304 651 67 205 53
Population: 43,720 2009 48 1,031 23.6 60 1.4 1 20 6 33 971 22.2 2 287 604 78 172 36
Percent of Change -3.7% -4.4% 30.4% 31.3% 0.0% 11.1% -14.3% 65.0% -5.3% -5.9% -33.3% -5.6% -7.2% 16.4% -16.1% -32.1%

THURSTON CO. S.O. 2008 12 3,625 26.0 320 2.3 0 32 30 258 3,305 23.7 23 865 2,239 178 693 58
Population: 139,010 2009 12 3,200 23.0 308 2.2 3 34 43 228 2,892 20.8 30 827 1,851 184 642 0
Percent of Change -11.7% -11.3% -3.8% -3.3% 6.3% 43.3% -11.6% -12.5% -12.1% 30.4% -4.4% -17.3% 3.4% -7.4% -100.0%

EVERGREEN ST. COLLEGE P.D. 2008 12 139 --- 1 --- 0 1 0 0 138 --- 1 27 106 4 26 0
Population: 0 2009 12 117 --- 0 --- 0 0 0 0 117 --- 1 11 105 0 21 0
Percent of Change

LACEY P.D. 2008 12 1,833 48.2 98 2.6 1 16 24 57 1,735 45.6 3 237 1,403 92 523 83
Population: 39,250 2009 12 1,604 40.9 95 2.4 0 13 22 60 1,509 38.4 3 217 1,183 106 485 89
Percent of Change -12.5% -15.2% -3.1% -6.0% -100.0% -18.8% -8.3% 5.3% -13.0% -15.7% 0.0% -8.4% -15.7% 15.2% -7.3% 7.2%

NISQUALLY TRIBAL P.D. 2008 9 15 --- 3 --- 0 0 0 3 12 --- 0 1 11 0 5 0


Population: 0 2009 3 5 --- 0 --- 0 0 0 0 5 --- 0 0 5 0 0 0
Percent of Change

OLYMPIA P.D. 2008 12 2,396 53.5 150 3.3 3 22 42 83 2,246 50.1 8 376 1,712 150 408 38
Population: 45,250 2009 12 2,247 49.7 122 2.7 1 30 24 67 2,125 47.0 10 382 1,556 177 381 52
Percent of Change -6.2% -7.2% -18.7% -19.5% -66.7% 36.4% -42.9% -19.3% -5.4% -6.3% 25.0% 1.6% -9.1% 18.0% -6.6% 36.8%

RAINIER P.D. 2008 12 25 14.4 2 1.1 0 1 1 0 23 13.2 0 11 12 0 11 5


Population: 1,755 2009 12 38 21.7 6 3.4 0 0 0 6 32 18.2 0 12 19 1 8 4
Percent of Change 52.0% 50.7% 200.0% 197.4% -100.0% -100.0% 39.1% 37.9% 9.1% 58.3% -27.3% -20.0%

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reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

TENINO P.D. 2008 12 70 32.0 4 1.8 0 0 1 3 66 30.2 0 18 46 2 31 9


Population: 2,200 2009 12 76 34.5 7 3.2 0 1 0 6 69 31.4 2 22 43 2 22 4
Percent of Change 8.6% 7.8% 75.0% 73.8% -100.0% 100.0% 4.5% 3.8% 22.2% -6.5% 0.0% -29.0% -55.6%

TUMWATER P.D. 2008 12 630 45.7 38 2.8 0 8 11 19 592 43.0 0 127 428 37 105 13
Population: 16,710 2009 12 567 33.9 58 3.5 0 18 11 29 509 30.5 1 131 341 36 112 9
Percent of Change -10.0% -25.8% 52.6% 25.9% 125.0% 0.0% 52.6% -14.0% -29.1% 3.1% -20.3% -2.7% 6.7% -30.8%

YELM P.D. 2008 12 245 47.6 14 2.7 0 6 3 5 231 44.9 1 60 162 8 113 36
Population: 5,625 2009 12 246 43.7 20 3.6 1 3 10 6 226 40.2 0 32 173 21 123 42
Percent of Change 0.4% -8.1% 42.9% 30.8% -50.0% 233.3% 20.0% -2.2% -10.4% -100.0% -46.7% 6.8% 162.5% 8.8% 16.7%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 105 8,978 36.6 630 2.5 4 86 112 428 8,348 34.0 36 1,722 6,119 471 1,915 242
Population: 249,800 2009 99 8,100 32.4 616 2.5 5 99 110 402 7,484 30.0 47 1,634 5,276 527 1,794 200
Percent of Change

WAHKIAKUM CO. S.O. 2008 12 56 13.7 6 1.5 0 0 1 5 50 12.2 0 19 28 3 7 0


Population: 4,100 2009 12 25 6.1 8 2.0 0 1 0 7 17 4.1 2 7 7 1 10 2
Percent of Change -55.4% -55.4% 33.3% 33.3% -100.0% 40.0% -66.0% -66.0% -63.2% -75.0% -66.7% 42.9%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 12 56 13.7 6 1.5 0 0 1 5 50 12.2 0 19 28 3 7 0


Population: 4,100 2009 12 25 6.1 8 2.0 0 1 0 7 17 4.1 2 7 7 1 10 2
Percent of Change -55.4% -55.4% 33.3% 33.3% -100.0% 40.0% -66.0% -66.0% -63.2% -75.0% -66.7% 42.9%

WALLA WALLA CO. S.O. 2008 12 355 19.4 19 1.0 0 8 1 10 336 18.3 0 83 238 15 58 22
Population: 18,555 2009 12 438 23.6 24 1.3 0 10 1 13 414 22.3 0 158 240 16 38 8
Percent of Change 23.4% 21.8% 26.3% 24.7% 25.0% 0.0% 30.0% 23.2% 21.6% 90.4% 0.8% 6.7% -34.5% -63.6%

COLLEGE PLACE P.D. 2008 12 216 24.2 3 0.3 0 2 0 1 213 23.8 0 28 175 10 36 9
Population: 9,035 2009 12 249 27.6 2 0.2 0 1 0 1 247 27.3 0 48 195 4 52 6
Percent of Change 15.3% 14.0% -33.3% -34.1% -50.0% 0.0% 16.0% 14.7% 71.4% 11.4% -60.0% 44.4% -33.3%

WALLA WALLA P.D. 2008 12 1,525 48.6 126 4.0 1 26 12 87 1,399 44.6 11 264 1,052 72 273 76
Population: 31,610 2009 12 1,542 48.8 110 3.5 0 34 16 60 1,432 45.3 11 302 1,065 54 275 68
Percent of Change 1.1% 0.3% -12.7% -13.4% -100.0% 30.8% 33.3% -31.0% 2.4% 1.5% 0.0% 14.4% 1.2% -25.0% 0.7% -10.5%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 36 2,096 35.8 148 2.5 1 36 13 98 1,948 33.2 11 375 1,465 97 367 107
Population: 59,200 2009 36 2,229 37.7 136 2.3 0 45 17 74 2,093 35.4 11 508 1,500 74 365 82
Percent of Change 6.3% 5.3% -8.1% -7.2% -100.0% 25.0% 30.8% -24.5% 7.4% 6.4% 0.0% 35.5% 2.4% -23.7% -0.5% -23.4%

WHATCOM CO. S.O. 2008 12 1,512 18.0 131 1.6 0 35 5 91 1,381 16.5 5 493 761 122 228 31
Population: 84,686 2009 12 1,386 16.4 120 1.4 3 28 16 73 1,266 14.9 12 430 737 87 189 24
Percent of Change -8.3% -9.2% -8.4% -9.2% -20.0% 220.0% -19.8% -8.3% -9.2% 140.0% -12.8% -3.2% -28.7% -17.1% -22.6%

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reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

BELLINGHAM P.D. 2008 12 4,562 60.2 181 2.4 2 23 59 97 4,381 57.8 23 641 3,515 202 1,123 180
Population: 76,130 2009 12 4,529 59.5 171 2.2 2 37 48 84 4,358 57.2 17 651 3,547 143 1,213 178
Percent of Change -0.7% -1.2% -5.5% -6.0% 0.0% 60.9% -18.6% -13.4% -0.5% -1.0% -26.1% 1.6% 0.9% -29.2% 8.0% -1.1%

BLAINE P.D. 2008 12 261 55.9 9 1.9 0 2 2 5 252 54.0 1 51 197 3 53 35


Population: 4,740 2009 12 185 39.0 6 1.3 0 2 2 2 179 37.8 2 29 144 4 34 13
Percent of Change -29.1% -30.2% -33.3% -34.4% 0.0% 0.0% -60.0% -29.0% -30.1% 100.0% -43.1% -26.9% 33.3% -35.8% -62.9%

EVERSON P.D. 2008 12 109 33.4 5 1.5 0 1 0 4 104 31.9 0 15 85 4 49 7


Population: 3,448 2009 12 75 21.8 5 1.5 0 0 1 4 70 20.3 0 16 51 3 31 4
Percent of Change -31.2% -34.9% 0.0% -5.5% -100.0% 0.0% -32.7% -36.4% 6.7% -40.0% -25.0% -36.7% -42.9%

FERNDALE P.D. 2008 12 353 32.7 21 1.9 0 4 6 11 332 30.7 6 79 229 18 61 9


Population: 11,080 2009 12 343 31.0 19 1.7 2 1 6 10 324 29.2 1 60 251 12 73 8
Percent of Change -2.8% -5.3% -9.5% -11.8% -75.0% 0.0% -9.1% -2.4% -4.9% -83.3% -24.1% 9.6% -33.3% 19.7% -11.1%

LUMMI TRIBAL P.D. 2008 12 370 --- 77 --- 0 1 9 67 293 --- 6 73 202 12 65 9
Population: 0 2009 12 438 --- 92 --- 1 5 7 79 346 --- 1 115 217 13 66 4
Percent of Change

LYNDEN P.D. 2008 12 208 18.3 9 0.8 0 2 3 4 199 17.5 3 35 159 2 35 12


Population: 11,690 2009 12 195 16.7 12 1.0 0 1 2 9 183 15.7 0 37 146 0 73 10
Percent of Change -6.3% -9.0% 33.3% 29.5% -50.0% -33.3% 125.0% -8.0% -10.7% -100.0% 5.7% -8.2% -100.0% 108.6% -16.7%

NOOKSAK TRIBAL P.D. 2008 12 80 --- 11 --- 0 3 2 6 69 --- 0 24 41 4 57 3


Population: 0 2009 12 87 --- 11 --- 0 0 6 5 76 --- 0 32 43 1 48 1
Percent of Change

SUMAS P.D. 2008 12 51 40.3 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 51 40.3 0 11 37 3 21 7


Population: 1,326 2009 12 52 39.2 5 3.8 0 2 1 2 47 35.4 0 11 35 1 28 2
Percent of Change 2.0% -2.8% -7.8% -12.2% 0.0% -5.4% -66.7% 33.3% -71.4%

W. WASH. UNIV. P.D. 2008 12 176 --- 1 --- 0 0 1 0 175 --- 0 36 135 4 0 0
Population: 0 2009 12 185 --- 3 --- 0 0 1 2 182 --- 1 20 159 2 2 0
Percent of Change

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 120 7,682 40.2 445 2.3 2 71 87 285 7,237 37.9 44 1,458 5,361 374 1,692 293
Population: 193,100 2009 120 7,475 38.7 444 2.3 8 76 90 270 7,031 36.4 34 1,401 5,330 266 1,757 244
Percent of Change -2.7% -3.8% -0.2% 0.9% 300.0% 7.0% 3.4% -5.3% -2.8% -3.9% -22.7% -3.9% -0.6% -28.9% 3.8% -16.7%

WHITMAN CO. S.O. 2008 12 85 9.2 5 0.5 0 2 0 3 80 8.7 1 29 42 8 45 4


Population: 9,335 2009 12 58 6.2 3 0.3 0 0 1 2 55 5.9 0 16 32 7 16 0
Percent of Change -31.8% -32.5% -40.0% -40.6% -100.0% -33.3% -31.3% -31.9% -100.0% -44.8% -23.8% -12.5% -64.4% -100.0%

63
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reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

COLFAX P.D. 2008 3 3 1.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 3 1.0 1 2 0 0 0 0


Population: 2,910 2009 12 15 5.2 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 15 5.2 4 1 9 1 2 0
Percent of Change

COLTON P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 420 2009 12 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of Change

GARFIELD P.D. * 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 630 2009 7 4 6.3 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 4 6.3 0 0 4 0 1 0
Percent of Change

OAKESDALE P.D. 2008 12 6 14.3 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 6 14.3 0 3 3 0 6 0


Population: 420 2009 12 4 9.5 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 4 9.5 0 1 3 0 2 0
Percent of Change -33.3% -33.3% -33.3% -33.3% -66.7% 0.0% -66.7%

PALOUSE P.D. * 2008 12 9 5.4 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 9 5.4 0 3 5 1 2 0


Population: 1,010 2009 12 9 8.9 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 9 8.9 0 4 5 0 1 1
Percent of Change 0.0% 63.9% 0.0% 63.9% 33.3% 0.0% -100.0% -50.0%

PULLMAN P.D. 2008 12 423 15.6 23 0.8 0 5 2 16 400 14.7 1 114 275 10 71 9
Population: 27,600 2009 12 461 16.7 39 1.4 0 7 2 30 422 15.3 2 91 315 14 101 8
Percent of Change 9.0% 7.2% 69.6% 66.8% 40.0% 0.0% 87.5% 5.5% 3.8% 100.0% -20.2% 14.5% 40.0% 42.3% -11.1%

ROSALIA P.D. 2008 12 7 10.8 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 7 10.8 0 1 6 0 0 0


Population: 640 2009 9 2 3.1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 2 3.1 0 0 2 0 0 0
Percent of Change

UNIONTOWN P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

WASH. ST. UNIV. P.D. 2008 12 161 --- 5 --- 0 3 0 2 156 --- 7 24 124 1 43 2
Population: 0 2009 12 173 --- 11 --- 0 7 0 4 162 --- 1 20 138 3 29 0
Percent of Change

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 75 694 16.5 33 0.8 0 10 2 21 661 15.7 10 176 455 20 167 15
Population: 42,965 2009 100 726 16.9 53 1.3 0 14 3 36 673 15.7 7 133 508 25 152 9
Percent of Change

YAKIMA CO. S.O. 2008 12 2,707 30.4 131 1.5 5 17 42 67 2,576 28.9 67 943 1,157 409 428 67
Population: 90,490 2009 12 2,546 28.1 124 1.4 7 24 26 67 2,422 26.8 45 1,043 987 347 335 52
Percent of Change -5.9% -7.4% -5.3% -6.8% 40.0% 41.2% -38.1% 0.0% -6.0% -7.5% -32.8% 10.6% -14.7% -15.2% -21.7% -22.4%

*Garfield PD was on contract with Palouse PD. from May 2008 through May 2009. The department is no longer on contract.
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Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

GRANDVIEW P.D. 2008 12 379 40.6 14 1.5 1 0 1 12 365 39.1 2 88 219 56 54 16


Population: 9,405 2009 12 435 46.3 13 1.4 1 1 1 10 422 44.9 0 154 211 57 71 26
Percent of Change 14.8% 13.9% -7.1% -7.8% 0.0% 0.0% -16.7% 15.6% 14.8% -100.0% 75.0% -3.7% 1.8% 31.5% 62.5%

GRANGER P.D. 2008 12 146 47.9 10 3.3 0 4 2 4 136 44.6 2 55 55 24 56 7


Population: 3,065 2009 12 171 55.8 12 3.9 1 3 1 7 159 51.9 1 48 84 26 38 8
Percent of Change 17.1% 16.6% 20.0% 19.4% -25.0% -50.0% 75.0% 16.9% 16.3% -50.0% -12.7% 52.7% 8.3% -32.1% 14.3%

MABTON P.D. 2008 12 84 40.3 6 2.9 0 1 2 3 78 37.4 0 23 41 14 44 2


Population: 2,100 2009 12 79 37.6 2 1.0 0 0 0 2 77 36.7 0 21 34 22 39 2
Percent of Change -6.0% -6.6% -66.7% -66.9% -100.0% -100.0% -33.3% -1.3% -2.0% -8.7% -17.1% 57.1% -11.4% 0.0%

MOXEE CITY P.D. 2008 12 13 5.4 3 1.2 0 1 1 1 10 4.1 0 6 3 1 7 2


Population: 2,525 2009 12 24 9.5 3 1.2 0 0 2 1 21 8.3 0 8 11 2 4 3
Percent of Change 84.6% 76.6% 0.0% -4.4% -100.0% 100.0% 0.0% 110.0% 100.9% 33.3% 266.7% 100.0% -42.9% 50.0%

SELAH P.D. 2008 12 218 30.7 5 0.7 0 5 0 0 213 30.0 0 54 145 14 77 20


Population: 7,185 2009 12 181 25.2 2 0.3 0 0 1 1 179 24.9 0 31 129 19 65 16
Percent of Change -17.0% -18.0% -60.0% -60.5% -100.0% -16.0% -17.0% -42.6% -11.0% 35.7% -15.6% -20.0%

SUNNYSIDE P.D. 2008 12 1,179 77.5 41 2.7 2 2 14 23 1,138 74.8 9 260 603 266 257 72
Population: 15,340 2009 12 896 58.4 33 2.2 1 2 12 18 863 56.3 8 255 461 139 164 35
Percent of Change -24.0% -24.6% -19.5% -20.2% -50.0% 0.0% -14.3% -21.7% -24.2% -24.8% -11.1% -1.9% -23.5% -47.7% -36.2% -51.4%

TIETON P.D. 2008 12 8 6.7 2 1.7 0 1 0 1 6 5.0 1 0 4 1 3 0


Population: 1,195 2009 12 4 3.3 1 0.8 0 1 0 0 3 2.5 0 2 0 1 2 0
Percent of Change -50.0% -50.0% -50.0% -50.0% 0.0% -100.0% -50.0% -50.0% -100.0% -100.0% 0.0% -33.3%

TOPPENISH P.D. 2008 12 689 75.4 64 7.0 1 7 26 30 625 68.4 12 147 344 122 185 32
Population: 9,090 2009 12 635 69.9 57 6.3 3 6 28 20 578 63.6 6 122 366 84 191 32
Percent of Change -7.8% -7.3% -10.9% -10.4% 200.0% -14.3% 7.7% -33.3% -7.5% -7.0% -50.0% -17.0% 6.4% -31.1% 3.2% 0.0%

UNION GAP P.D. 2008 12 701 122.0 23 4.0 1 5 8 9 678 118.0 1 115 516 46 333 107
Population: 5,830 2009 12 671 115.1 16 2.7 0 3 8 5 655 112.3 2 79 524 50 399 114
Percent of Change -4.3% -5.7% -30.4% -31.4% -100.0% -40.0% 0.0% -44.4% -3.4% -4.8% 100.0% -31.3% 1.6% 8.7% 19.8% 6.5%

WAPATO P.D. 2008 12 411 90.2 47 10.3 1 5 14 27 364 79.9 1 81 229 53 204 29
Population: 4,555 2009 12 377 82.8 36 7.9 0 4 12 20 341 74.9 4 95 193 49 78 11
Percent of Change -8.3% -8.3% -23.4% -23.4% -100.0% -20.0% -14.3% -25.9% -6.3% -6.3% 300.0% 17.3% -15.7% -7.5% -61.8% -62.1%

YAKAMA NATION TRIBAL P.D. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period...........................................................................................................................
Percent of Change

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NOTE: Those agencies Table 7
reporting less than 12 months
of data for either year will not Part 1 Crimes and Clearance Reported
show the "Percent of Change" By Agency, County, Offense
Rate per 1,000 Population and Percent of Change
2008 - 2009
CAUTION: The
populations of non- Crime Index Offenses Violent Crime Property Crime Motor
reporting agencies are Months Rate per Rate per Agg. Rate per Vehicle Total Juvenile
shown as zero. Year Reported Total 1,000 Total 1,000 Murder Rape Robbery Assault Total 1,000 Arson Burglary Larceny Theft Cleared Cleared

YAKIMA P.D. 2008 12 6,396 75.9 429 5.1 8 49 133 239 5,967 70.8 27 1,233 3,907 800 1,190 209
Population: 84,850 2009 12 5,618 66.2 525 6.2 9 74 137 305 5,093 60.0 26 1,306 3,072 689 1,119 176
Percent of Change -12.2% -12.7% 22.4% 21.6% 12.5% 51.0% 3.0% 27.6% -14.6% -15.2% -3.7% 5.9% -21.4% -13.9% -6.0% -15.8%

ZILLAH P.D. 2008 12 188 69.1 5 1.8 0 3 1 1 183 67.3 2 52 121 8 61 10


Population: 2,770 2009 12 143 51.6 5 1.8 0 2 2 1 138 49.8 1 29 88 20 35 4
Percent of Change -23.9% -25.3% 0.0% -1.8% -33.3% 100.0% 0.0% -24.6% -26.0% -50.0% -44.2% -27.3% 150.0% -42.6% -60.0%

COUNTY TOTAL 2008 156 13,119 55.6 780 3.3 19 100 244 417 12,339 52.3 124 3,057 7,344 1,814 2,899 573
Population: 238,400 2009 156 11,780 49.4 829 3.5 22 120 230 457 10,951 45.9 93 3,193 6,160 1,505 2,540 479
Percent of Change -10.2% -11.1% 6.3% 7.4% 15.8% 20.0% -5.7% 9.6% -11.2% -12.2% -25.0% 4.4% -16.1% -17.0% -12.4% -16.4%

OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMM. 2008 0 ...........................................................................................No Report From This Agency For This Period.............................................................................................................................
Population: 0 2009 12 0 --- 0 --- 0 0 0 0 0 --- 0 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of Change

Washington State Totals (Adjusted to include murders from non-reporting agencies)


WASHINGTON STATE TOTAL 2008 2,883 264,159 40.7 21,203 3.26 * 191 2,578 6,206 12,228 242,956 37.4 1,565 51,385 162,276 27,730 45,363 8,980
Reporting Population: 6,659,685 2009 2,933 265,469 39.9 21,825 3.28 ** 187 2,485 6,645 12,508 243,644 36.6 1,560 52,149 166,771 23,164 49,509 8,437
Percent of Change 0.5% -2.0% 2.9% 0.4% -2.1% -3.6% 7.1% 2.3% 0.3% -2.2% -0.3% 1.5% 2.8% -16.5% 9.1% -6.0%

*Renton P.D., a non-reporting agency, had three murders in 2008.


**Yakama Nation Tribal P.D., a non-reporting agency, had one murder in 2009.

Populations are based on the Washington State Office of Financial Management "Official April 1, 2009 Population Estimates", except for university police, port police,
tribal police, and non-reporting agencies which show zero populations.

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Washington State
Total Part One Offenses
2000 - 2009

400,000

350,000 329,950
305,835 312,025
280,539
300,000
321,840 265,469
305,908 306,347
298,430
250,000 264,159

200,000

150,000

100,000

50,000

0
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Overall Crime Rate


Offenses
per 1,000

60.0

50.0 52.7 52.9


51.6 51.3 51.7
51.2
48.2
40.0 43.3
40.7 39.9

30.0

20.0

10.0

0.0
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

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Crime in Washington State
2008 - 2009

242,956

Property 243,644

21,203

Violent 21,825

0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 350,000

2008 2009

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Table 8
Return A - Monthly Return of Offenses Known To The Police

Statewide Totals for the Year - 2009

Total Juvenile
Reported Unfounded Actual Offenses Offenses
Classification of Offenses or Known or Baseless Offenses Cleared Cleared

1. CRIMINAL HOMICIDE
a. Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 206 17 187 180 7
b. Manslaughter by Negligence 11 0 11 4 0

2. FORCIBLE RAPE TOTAL 2,636 151 2,485 1,160 141


a. Rape by Force 2,491 145 2,346 1,099 135
b. Attempted Forcible Rape 145 6 139 61 6

3. ROBBERY TOTAL 6,682 37 6,645 1,989 323


a. Firearm 1,825 10 1,815 476 41
b. Knife 536 5 531 180 28
c. Other Dangerous Weapon 627 3 624 188 28
d. Strong Arm 3,694 19 3,675 1,145 226

4. ASSAULT TOTAL 71,880 835 71,045 43,614 5,833


a. Firearm 1,873 6 1,867 868 95
b. Knife or Cutting Instrument 2,111 18 2,093 1,336 247
c. Other Dangerous Weapon 4,031 27 4,004 2,171 288
d. Hands, Fist, Feet - aggravated injury 4,583 39 4,544 2,820 259
e. Other Assault - simple not aggravated 59,282 745 58,537 36,419 4,944

5. BURGLARY TOTAL 52,653 504 52,149 5,474 909


a. Forcible 27,945 180 27,765 2,733 410
b. Unlawful - no force 21,059 299 20,760 2,421 419
c. Attempted - forcible entry 3,649 25 3,624 320 80

6. LARCENY THEFT TOTAL 168,020 1,249 166,771 31,332 5,736

7. MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT TOTAL 23,827 663 23,164 1,883 292


a. Auto 19,894 590 19,304 1,557 264
b. Trucks/Buses 2,304 48 2,256 199 16
c. Other Vehicle 1,629 25 1,604 127 12

GRAND TOTAL 325,915 3,456 322,457 85,636 13,241

Three murders have been included for non-reporting agency - Renton Police Department.

Manslaughter and Simple Assault statistics are collected but not included in the Crime Index total.

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Table 9
Supplement To Return A - Count of Offenses Known To Police
Statewide Summary
For The Period of January - December 2009

PROPERTY BY TYPE AND VALUE

Type of Property Stolen Recovered

A. Currency, Notes, Etc $19,154,856 $456,311


B. Jewelry , Precious Metals $25,967,917 $993,624
C. Clothing and Furs $6,738,412 $706,104
D. Locally Stolen Motor Vehicles $106,539,385 $74,448,673
E. Office Equipment $16,241,035 $663,289
F. Televisions, Radios, Stereos, Etc. $24,333,174 $1,002,679
G. Firearms $2,665,985 $334,460
H. Household Goods $11,286,794 $492,061
I. Consumable Goods $3,089,652 $274,280
J. Livestock $63,399 $7,655
K. Miscellaneous $68,069,618 $5,569,616

TOTAL $284,150,227 $84,948,752

The following reporting agencies did not provide any monetary values:
BURIEN P.D. CAMAS P.D.
CLARK CO. S.O. COUPEVILLE P.D.
COVINGTON P.D. KENMORE P.D.
MAPLE VALLEY P.D. NEWCASTLE P.D.
NORTH BEND P.D. RENTON P.D.
SAMMAMISH P.D. SEATAC P.D.
SHORELINE P.D. TUKWILA P.D.
VANCOUVER P.D. WASHOUGAL P.D.
WOODINVILLE P.D.

The following reporting agencies provided monetary values only for the number of months given below:

MEDICAL LAKE P.D. 5 NISQUALLY TRIBAL P.D. 3


NORTH BONNEVILLE P.D. 8 WAPATO P.D. 3

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Table 9 (cont'd)
PROPERTY STOLEN BY CLASSIFICATION

Value of
Property Stolen
1. Murder 10,781

2. Forcible Rape 30,240

3. Robbery
a. Highway 1,323,960
b. Commercial House 781,891
c. Gas or Service Station 51,081
d. Convenience Store 357,885
e. Residence 878,609
f. Bank 430,441
g. Miscellaneous 541,297
TOTAL ROBBERY 4,365,164

5. Burglary
a. Residence
1. Night 12,238,659
2. Day 34,877,917
3. Unknown 20,119,675
b. Non-Residence
1. Night 6,923,310
2. Day 5,922,004
3. Unknown 9,008,290
TOTAL BURGLARY 89,089,855

6. Larceny - Theft
a. $200 Over 84,821,328
b. $50 to $200 4,095,859
c. Under $50 910,356
TOTAL LARCENY 89,827,543

7. Motor Vehicle Theft 100,826,644

GRAND TOTAL - ALL ITEMS 284,150,227

6X. Nature of Larcenies

a. Pocket Picking 161,651


b. Purse Snatching 291,995
c. Shoplifting 3,722,395
d. From Motor Vehicles 29,507,600
e. Motor Vehicle Parts Access. 3,930,824
f. Bicycles 2,065,505
g. From Buildings 11,970,762
h. From Coin Operated Machines 78,107
i. All Other 38,098,704

TOTAL LARCENIES - 6X 89,827,543

7X. Motor Vehicles Recovered


a. Stolen Locally and Recov. Locally 9,706
b. Stolen Locally and Recov. Elsewhere 4,388
c. Total Locally Stolen M.V.-Recov. 14,094
d. Stolen in Other Juris. - Recov. Locally 2,743

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Table 10
Crime in Washington State
Summary - Index Crime Trends

NUMBER OF PERCENT OF
OFFENSE YEAR OFFENSES CHANGE

Murder: 2009 187 -2.1%


2008 191

Forcible Rape: 2009 2,485 -3.6%


2008 2,578

Robbery: 2009 6,645 7.1%


2008 6,206

Aggravated Assault: 2009 12,508 2.3%


2008 12,228

Burglary:
2009 52,149 1.5%
2008 51,385

Larceny: 2009 166,771 2.8%


2008 162,276

Motor Vehicle Theft: 2009 23,164 -16.5%


2008 27,730

Arson: 2009 1,560 -0.3%


2008 1,565

Violent Crime Total: 2009 21,825 2.9%


2008 21,203

2009 243,644 0.3%


Property Crime Total:
2008 242,956

TOTAL INDEX CRIME: 2009 265,469 0.5%


2008 264,159

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Officers Killed or Assaulted

The information in the following pages is derived from monthly


Uniform Crime Reports submitted by Washington State law
enforcement agencies, with the exception of the memoriam.

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Law Enforcement Officers Killed or Assaulted

Law enforcement officers may become victims of assault as a consequence of their occupations.
The Uniform Crime Report addresses all assaults on officers which involve more than verbal abuse
or minor resistance to an arrest.

In 2009, six law enforcement officers were feloniously killed and one law enforcement officer was
accidentally killed in the line of duty in the State of Washington.

In 2009, contributing agencies reported 822 officer assaults with 21.8% of the total assaults
resulting in personal injury to the officer.

The type of activity in which an officer was most likely to be assaulted was responding to
disturbance calls, which accounted for 35.2% of the total officers assaulted. Other activities of
significance were: attempting other arrests, 15.8% of the total; traffic pursuits and stops, 10.0% of
the total; investigating suspicious persons or circumstances, 9.9% of the total; and handling or
transporting prisoners, 8.8% of the total. During 2009, police assaults were cleared (by arrest or
exceptional means) 86.3% of the time.

Hands, fists, and feet were the primary weapons used in 79.6% of the total assaults, followed by
other dangerous weapons (not a knife or firearm), 14.6%; firearm, 3.5%; and knife or cutting
instrument, 2.3%. The type of assignment in which most assaults occurred was a one-officer
vehicle assisted, resulting in 392 assaults or 47.7%, followed by one-officer vehicle alone, with 246
assaults or 29.9%. During a 24-hour period using 8-hour shifts, 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. reflected the most
assaults, 440 assaults, or 53.5% of the total. The fewest assaults occurred between 4 a.m. and 12
p.m., 117 or 14.2%.

These statistics indicate that officers face the highest risk of assault when responding to
disturbance calls between the hours of 8 p.m. and 4 a.m., in a one-officer vehicle assisted. The
offender is most likely to use hands, fists, and feet as a weapon.

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Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs

In Memoriam
Officer Timothy Q. Brenton

Seattle Police Department

Officer Timothy Brenton was sitting in the passenger seat of a patrol


car with a trainee discussing a just completed traffic stop when a vehicle
pulled alongside the patrol car and the occupant opened fire. Officer Brenton
was fatally wounded at the scene. His trainee officer was grazed but was
able to return fire at the shooter’s fleeing vehicle.

The suspect was on the run for several days, but was wounded and
captured. The suspect is also believed to be involved in the arson of four
police vehicles in the city maintenance yard days before. He is being held
and tried for the death of Officer Brenton.

Officer Brenton served with the Seattle Police Department for nine
years and previously with the Hoquiam and La Conner Police Departments.
He is also a U.S. Army veteran and served in the Gulf War. His father and
uncle are both retired Seattle police officers.

He is survived by his wife, Lisa, daughter, Kayleigh, and son, Quinn.

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Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs

In Memoriam
Deputy Sheriff Stephen “Mike” Gallagher

Lewis County Sheriff’s Office

Deputy Mike Gallagher succumbed to injuries sustained when his


patrol car collided with an elk on Highway 12. He was responding to back-up
another deputy at the scene of a domestic disturbance when the accident
occurred near Packwood.

After striking the elk, his patrol car ran into a storage shed and utility
pole. He was transported to Harborview Medical Center, where he died from
his injuries the following evening.

Deputy Gallagher served with the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office for six
years. He was also an eight-year U.S. Army veteran with deployments in
Haiti and Kosovo.

Deputy Gallagher is survived by his wife, Andria, and two children,


daughter, Alex, and son, Andrew.

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Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs

In Memoriam
Officer Tina G. Griswold

Lakewood Police Department

Officer Tina Griswold was with three fellow officers in a local coffee
shop when they were ambushed and fatally wounded. The suspect in this
tragedy was on the run for two days when a Seattle Police Officer fatally
wounded the suspect after he refused to comply as ordered.

Officer Griswold started her fourteen-year law enforcement career


with Shelton Police Department. She was then an officer and SWAT team
member for Lacey Police Department. Officer Griswold was one of the first
members of Lacey’s Tactical team and the first woman to hold the job. She
served Lakewood Police Department, since the department’s beginning, for
five years.

Officer Griswold is survived by her husband, Paul, daughter, Nicole,


and son, Marcus. Also surviving are her parents, Stan and Genie, brother,
Thomas, and three sisters, Tammy, Teresa, and Tiffany.

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Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs

In Memoriam
Deputy Sheriff Walter “Kent” Mundell Jr.

Pierce County Sheriff’s Office

Deputy Mundell and his sergeant had responded to a domestic violence


call at a home in Eatonville. After convincing the suspect to leave the home,
the suspect produced a firearm, shooting the sergeant and deputy. Despite
being wounded, Deputy Mundell was able to fatally shoot the suspect.
Deputy Mundell was airlifted to Harborview where he succumbed to his
injuries seven days later.

Deputy Mundell served with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office for ten
years. He served the community in the Mountain Detachment of Pierce
County. He enjoyed his work and was loved by his community.

Deputy Mundell is survived by his wife, Kim, daughter, Kirsten and


son, Austin. He is also survived by his father, Kent Sr., mother, Patricia
(Patrick) Stafford, and sisters, Dixie and Erin.

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Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs

In Memoriam
Officer Ronald Owens II

Lakewood Police Department

Officer Ronald Owens was with three fellow officers in a local coffee
shop when they were ambushed and fatally wounded. The suspect in this
tragedy was on the run for two days when a Seattle Police Officer fatally
wounded the suspect after he refused to comply as ordered.

Officer Owens started his twelve-year law enforcement career with


Washington State Patrol. He was a member of the WSP’s Civil Disobedience
Action Team. He accepted a lateral police officer position at Lakewood Police
Department in 2004. Officer Owens was awarded several police
commendations recognizing his work ethic, determination, and dependability.

Officer Owens is survived by his daughter, Madison. He is also


survived by his mother, Ramona, and sisters, Ronda and Shannon.

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Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs

In Memoriam
Sergeant Mark J. Renninger

Lakewood Police Department

Sergeant Mark Renninger was with three fellow officers in a local


coffee shop when they were ambushed and fatally wounded. The suspect in
this tragedy was on the run for two days when a Seattle Police Officer fatally
wounded the suspect after he refused to comply as ordered.

Sergeant Renninger had thirteen years of law enforcement


experience, five with Lakewood Police Department and eight with Tukwila
Police Department. He served in the U.S. Army as a Ranger prior to his law
enforcement career. He was a Metro SWAT team leader, a board member of
the Washington State Tactical Officer Association, and was well-known across
the nation for being a SWAT trainer.

Sergeant Renninger leaves behind his wife, Kim, daughters, Letra and
Allison, and son, Nicholas. He is also survived by his mother, Nancy,
brothers, Matthew, Marty, Michael, and John, and a sister, Melissa.

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Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs

In Memoriam
Officer Gregory J. Richards

Lakewood Police Department

Officer Greg Richards was with three fellow officers in a local coffee
shop when they were ambushed and fatally wounded. Officer Richards was
able to wound the fleeing suspect before he succumbed to his injuries. The
suspect in this tragedy was on the run for two days when a Seattle Police
Officer fatally wounded the suspect after he refused to comply as ordered.

Officer Richards began his law enforcement career at Kent Police


Department before leaving to become one of the original founding officers at
Lakewood Police Department. Prior to his law enforcement career, he served
in the U.S. Army Infantry Battalion. While in the Army, he received a Good
Conduct Medal, the Humanitarian Service Award, and a Marksman’s Badge.

Officer Richards is survived by his wife, Kelly, sons, Austin and Gavin,
and daughter, Jamie-Mae. Also surviving him are his father, a brother, and
two sisters.

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Table 11

Assaults on Law Enforcement Officers


Occurrence Of Injury By Weapon
Statewide - 2009

Weapon With Injury Without Injury Total


Firearm 5 24 29
Knife 1 18 19
Other dangerous weapon 34 86 120
Hands, fists, feet, etc. 139 515 654
TOTAL 179 643 822

Table 12

Assaults on Law Enforcement Officers


Twenty-Four Hour Trend
Statewide - 2009

Time A.M. P.M.


12:01 - 2:00 130 43

2:01 - 4:00 64 69

4:01 - 6:00 16 81

6:01 - 8:00 15 72

8:01 - 10:00 42 123

10:01 - 12:00 44 123

TOTAL 311 511

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Table 13

Assaults on Law Enforcement Officers


Weapon Used By Circumstance
Statewide - 2009

HANDS,
OTHER FISTS,
CIRCUMSTANCE FIREARM KNIFE WEAPON TOTAL
FEET, ETC.

Responding to disturbance 10 10 28 241 289

Burglary 0 0 1 14 15

Robbery 1 0 2 6 9

Attempting other arrests 4 2 18 106 130

Civil disorder 0 0 0 7 7

Prisoner related 1 1 2 68 72

Suspicious circumstances 3 2 10 66 81

Ambush 2 0 0 0 2

Mentally deranged 0 3 5 26 34

Traffic 1 1 37 43 82

All other 7 0 17 77 101

TOTAL 29 19 120 654 822

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Table 14

Assaults on Law Enforcement Officers


Assignment By Circumstance
Statewide - 2009

Type of Weapon Type of Assignment


Total Knife or Other Hands, Two One-Person
Police
Weapon Cutting Dangerous Fists, Person Vehicle Detective Other
Assaults
Type of Activity Assaults Firearm Instrument Weapon Feet, etc. Vehicle Alone Assisted Alone Assisted Alone Assisted Cleared

Responding to "Disturbance" calls 289 10 10 28 241 24 91 148 1 3 2 20 251

Burglaries in progress or pursuing 15 0 0 1 14 5 4 5 0 0 0 1 10

Robberies in progress or pursuing 9 1 0 2 6 0 3 4 0 0 0 2 9

Attempting other arrests 130 4 2 18 106 10 35 59 0 2 2 22 112

Civil disorder 7 0 0 0 7 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 6

Handling, transporting prisoners 72 1 1 2 68 3 20 32 2 1 3 11 69

Suspicious persons/circumstances 81 3 2 10 66 8 22 43 1 1 1 5 66

Ambush - no warning 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2

Mentally deranged 34 0 3 5 26 4 9 16 0 0 0 5 26

Traffic pursuits and stops 82 1 1 37 43 3 25 42 1 0 1 10 74

All Other 101 7 0 17 77 6 34 38 0 2 7 14 84

TOTAL 822 29 19 120 654 63 246 392 5 9 16 91 709

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Law Enforcement
Officers Assaulted
2000 - 2009

Number of
Officers
Assaulted

1,400

1,220
1,173
1,200 1,140
1,100
1,144
1,000
1,101

1,021 924
800
822
886
600

400

200

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009

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Law Enforcement Employees

The following tables represent counts of full-time law enforcement


employees. This data is derived from an annual survey of all law
enforcement agencies in Washington State.

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Table 15
Number of Full-Time Law Enforcement Employees
Washington State Agencies as of
October 31, 2009
TOTAL
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES
FULL-TIME
AGENCY POPULATION MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL EMPLOYEES
ADAMS CO. S.O. 9,665 17 0 17 1 10 11 28
OTHELLO P.D. 6,595 14 1 15 2 4 6 21
RITZVILLE P.D. 1,740 4 0 4 0 0 0 4
ADAMS COUNTY TOTAL 18,000 35 1 36 3 14 17 53

ASOTIN CO. S.O. 13,010 12 1 13 0 2 2 15


ASOTIN P.D. 1,230 2 0 2 0 0 0 2
CLARKSTON P.D. 7,260 14 0 14 0 1 1 15
ASOTIN COUNTY TOTAL 21,500 28 1 29 0 3 3 32

BENTON CO. S.O. 37,930 54 2 56 0 11 11 67


KENNEWICK P.D. 67,180 82 5 87 4 14 18 105
PROSSER P.D. 5,110 12 0 12 3 4 7 19
RICHLAND P.D. 47,410 52 5 57 0 8 8 65
WEST RICHLAND P.D. 11,670 15 0 15 0 3 3 18
BENTON COUNTY TOTAL 169,300 215 12 227 7 40 47 274

CHELAN CO. S.O. 41,640 49 3 52 3 8 11 63


WENATCHEE P.D. 30,960 37 5 42 1 10 11 53
CHELAN COUNTY TOTAL 72,600 86 8 94 4 18 22 116

CLALLAM CO. S.O. 41,340 34 1 35 0 10 10 45


FORKS P.D. 3,185 7 0 7 3 4 7 14
HOH TRIBAL P.D. 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1
LOWER ELWHA TRIBAL P.D. 0 6 0 6 0 1 1 7
MAKAH TRIBAL P.D. 0 9 0 9 1 6 7 16
PORT ANGELES P.D. 19,260 31 2 33 8 14 22 55
QUILEUTE TRIBAL P.D. 0 5 0 5 0 0 0 5
SEQUIM P.D. 5,715 17 1 18 0 3 3 21
CLALLAM COUNTY TOTAL 69,500 110 4 114 12 38 50 164

BATTLE GROUND P.D. 17,150 24 3 27 2 4 6 33


CAMAS P.D. 16,950 22 3 25 1 4 5 30
CLARK CO. S.O. 211,885 135 9 144 20 77 97 241
LA CENTER P.D. 2,545 9 0 9 0 2 2 11
RIDGEFIELD P.D. 4,215 5 2 7 0 1 1 8
VANCOUVER P.D. 164,500 175 24 199 6 23 29 228
WASHOUGAL P.D. 13,870 17 2 19 0 2 2 21
WSU VANCOUVER P.D. 0 2 1 3 0 1 1 4
CLARK COUNTY TOTAL 431,115 389 44 433 29 114 143 576

COLUMBIA CO. S.O. 4,100 9 0 9 2 3 5 14

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Table 15 (Cont.)
Number of Full-Time Law Enforcement Employees
Washington State Agencies as of
October 31, 2009
TOTAL
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES
FULL-TIME
AGENCY POPULATION MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL EMPLOYEES
COLUMBIA COUNTY TOTAL 4,100 9 0 9 2 3 5 14

CASTLE ROCK P.D. 2,145 5 0 5 0 1 1 6


COWLITZ CO. S.O. 41,990 37 3 40 0 9 9 49
KALAMA P.D. 2,505 5 0 5 0 0 0 5
KELSO P.D. 11,840 26 1 27 1 3 4 31
LONGVIEW P.D. 36,010 49 5 54 3 12 15 69
WOODLAND P.D. 5,195 10 0 10 0 2 2 12
COWLITZ COUNTY TOTAL 99,685 132 9 141 4 27 31 172

DOUGLAS CO. S.O. 25,765 25 1 26 1 6 7 33


EAST WENATCHEE P.D. 11,660 19 2 21 1 2 3 24
DOUGLAS COUNTY TOTAL 37,425 44 3 47 2 8 10 57

FERRY CO. S.O. 6,795 7 0 7 7 8 15 22


REPUBLIC P.D. 1,005 3 0 3 0 0 0 3
FERRY COUNTY TOTAL 7,800 10 0 10 7 8 15 25

CONNELL P.D. 3,430 6 0 6 0 0 0 6


FRANKLIN CO. S.O. 14,780 26 1 27 0 2 2 29
PASCO P.D. 54,490 65 2 67 2 9 11 78
FRANKLIN COUNTY TOTAL 72,700 97 3 100 2 11 13 113

GARFIELD CO. S.O. 2,250 8 0 8 0 8 8 16


GARFIELD COUNTY TOTAL 2,250 8 0 8 0 8 8 16

COULEE CITY P.D. 600 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


EPHRATA P.D. 7,110 15 0 15 0 3 3 18
GRAND COULEE P.D. 1,925 7 0 7 0 0 0 7
GRANT CO. S.O. 41,850 48 0 48 1 14 15 63
MATTAWA P.D. 3,395 4 0 4 0 0 0 4
MOSES LAKE P.D. 18,930 31 1 32 3 5 8 40
QUINCY P.D. 6,030 13 0 13 0 2 2 15
ROYAL CITY P.D. 1,865 3 0 3 0 0 0 3
SOAP LAKE P.D. 1,790 4 0 4 0 0 0 4
WARDEN P.D. 2,605 4 0 4 0 1 1 5
GRANT COUNTY TOTAL 86,100 129 1 130 4 25 29 159

ABERDEEN P.D. 16,440 36 0 36 6 6 12 48


CHEHALIS TRIBAL P.D. 0 9 0 9 0 1 1 10
COSMOPOLIS P.D. 1,640 2 1 3 0 1 1 4
ELMA P.D. 3,110 7 0 7 0 1 1 8
GRAYS HARBOR CO. S.O. 28,205 39 2 41 19 19 38 79

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Table 15 (Cont.)
Number of Full-Time Law Enforcement Employees
Washington State Agencies as of
October 31, 2009
TOTAL
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES
FULL-TIME
AGENCY POPULATION MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL EMPLOYEES
HOQUIAM P.D. 8,765 18 0 18 0 1 1 19
MC CLEARY P.D. 1,555 4 0 4 0 0 0 4
MONTESANO P.D. 3,565 8 0 8 0 2 2 10
OAKVILLE P.D. 715 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
OCEAN SHORES P.D. 4,860 12 0 12 0 1 1 13
QUINAULT TRIBAL P.D. 0 6 1 7 1 1 2 9
WESTPORT P.D. 2,345 7 0 7 0 2 2 9
GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY TOTAL 71,200 148 4 152 26 35 61 213

COUPEVILLE P.D. 1,910 4 0 4 0 0 0 4


ISLAND CO. S.O. 53,930 39 1 40 17 10 27 67
LANGLEY P.D. 1,100 4 0 4 0 0 0 4
OAK HARBOR P.D. 23,360 23 4 27 7 6 13 40
ISLAND COUNTY TOTAL 80,300 70 5 75 24 16 40 115

JEFFERSON CO. S.O. 20,105 21 1 22 14 8 22 44


PORT TOWNSEND P.D. 8,895 14 1 15 0 4 4 19
JEFFERSON COUNTY TOTAL 29,000 35 2 37 14 12 26 63

ALGONA P.D. 2,760 8 0 8 0 1 1 9


AUBURN P.D. 67,485 88 10 98 12 19 31 129
BELLEVUE P.D. 120,600 153 22 175 8 35 43 218
BLACK DIAMOND P.D. 4,180 10 1 11 0 1 1 12
BOTHELL P.D. 33,240 51 7 58 3 23 26 84
BURIEN P.D. 31,890 32 6 38 13 2 15 53
CARNATION P.D. 1,910 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
CLYDE HILL P.D. 2,815 7 1 8 0 1 1 9
COVINGTON P.D. 17,530 13 2 15 4 1 5 20
DES MOINES P.D. 29,270 41 4 45 1 14 15 60
DUVALL P.D. 5,980 14 1 15 0 2 2 17
ENUMCLAW P.D. 11,460 16 1 17 5 8 13 30
FEDERAL WAY P.D. 88,580 117 15 132 1 30 31 163
ISSAQUAH P.D. 26,890 28 3 31 13 14 27 58
KENMORE P.D. 20,450 13 2 15 4 1 5 20
KENT P.D. 88,380 115 12 127 18 34 52 179
KING CO. S.O. * 343,705 212 38 250 82 15 97 347
KIRKLAND P.D. 49,010 59 7 66 11 15 26 92
LAKE FOREST PARK P.D. 12,820 17 2 19 1 3 4 23
MAPLE VALLEY P.D. 20,840 10 2 12 3 1 4 16
MEDINA P.D. 3,435 7 1 8 0 1 1 9

*A note from King County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO): These employee counts represent KCSO’s service to the unincorporated population of King County only. Please
contact KCSO directly with questions about employee counts and rates, contract services, unincorporated services, or regional functions.

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Table 15 (Cont.)
Number of Full-Time Law Enforcement Employees
Washington State Agencies as of
October 31, 2009
TOTAL
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES
FULL-TIME
AGENCY POPULATION MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL EMPLOYEES
MERCER ISLAND P.D. 22,720 29 2 31 0 3 3 34
MUCKLESHOOT TRIBAL P.D. 0 7 1 8 0 0 0 8
NEWCASTLE P.D. 9,925 6 1 7 2 0 2 9
NORMANDY PARK P.D. 6,485 13 0 13 2 0 2 15
NORTH BEND P.D. 4,760 6 1 7 2 0 2 9
PACIFIC P.D. 6,290 12 0 12 0 2 2 14
PORT OF SEATTLE P.D. 0 81 13 94 4 23 27 121
REDMOND P.D. 51,890 67 15 82 14 26 40 122
RENTON P.D. 83,650 108 15 123 19 25 44 167
SAMMAMISH P.D. 40,670 20 3 23 5 1 6 29
SEATAC P.D. 25,730 37 6 43 14 2 16 59
SEATTLE P.D. 602,000 1,161 190 1,351 175 331 506 1,857
SHORELINE P.D. 54,320 42 7 49 15 3 18 67
SNOQUALMIE P.D. 9,730 12 1 13 1 2 3 16
TUKWILA P.D. 18,170 64 2 66 2 13 15 81
UNIV. OF WASH. P.D. 0 36 11 47 14 14 28 75
WOODINVILLE P.D. 10,670 11 2 13 3 1 4 17
YARROW POINT P.D. 965 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
KING COUNTY TOTAL 1,931,205 2,723 407 3,130 451 667 1,118 4,248

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND P.D. 23,290 16 5 21 2 3 5 26


BREMERTON P.D. 36,620 61 2 63 5 10 15 78
KITSAP CO. S.O. 170,395 107 13 120 1 30 31 151
PORT GAMBLE S'KLALLAM TRIBA 0 6 1 7 1 0 1 8
PORT ORCHARD P.D. 8,440 19 2 21 0 2 2 23
POULSBO P.D. 8,855 15 2 17 0 4 4 21
SUQUAMISH TRIBAL P.D. 0 12 3 15 0 1 1 16
KITSAP COUNTY TOTAL 247,600 236 28 264 9 50 59 323

CENTRAL WASH UNIV P.D. 0 13 0 13 0 1 1 14


CLE ELUM P.D. 3,460 8 1 9 0 2 2 11
ELLENSBURG P.D. 17,230 26 1 27 1 9 10 37
KITTITAS CO. S.O. 18,060 35 1 36 19 13 32 68
KITTITAS P.D. 1,150 2 0 2 0 0 0 2
KITTITAS COUNTY TOTAL 39,900 84 3 87 20 25 45 132

BINGEN P.D. 685 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


GOLDENDALE P.D. 3,745 9 0 9 0 1 1 10
KLICKITAT CO. S.O. 13,550 17 2 19 11 19 30 49
WHITE SALMON P.D. 2,220 6 0 6 0 0 0 6

90
Table 15 (Cont.)
Number of Full-Time Law Enforcement Employees
Washington State Agencies as of
October 31, 2009
TOTAL
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES
FULL-TIME
AGENCY POPULATION MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL EMPLOYEES
KLICKITAT COUNTY TOTAL 20,200 32 2 34 11 20 31 65

CENTRALIA P.D. 15,570 29 3 32 1 6 7 39


CHEHALIS P.D. 7,185 16 1 17 0 5 5 22
LEWIS CO. S.O. 45,555 40 2 42 1 17 18 60
MORTON P.D. 1,140 3 0 3 1 0 1 4
MOSSYROCK P.D. 695 1 1 2 0 0 0 2
NAPAVINE P.D. 1,690 2 0 2 0 1 1 3
PE ELL P.D. 670 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOLEDO P.D. 695 2 0 2 0 0 0 2
VADER P.D. 630 1 0 1 0 0 0 1
WINLOCK P.D. 1,370 2 0 2 0 0 0 2
LEWIS COUNTY TOTAL 75,200 96 7 103 3 29 32 135

LINCOLN CO. S.O. 7,965 16 0 16 7 4 11 27


ODESSA P.D. 960 2 0 2 0 0 0 2
REARDAN P.D. 630 1 0 1 0 0 0 1
WILBUR P.D. 895 2 0 2 0 0 0 2
LINCOLN COUNTY TOTAL 10,450 21 0 21 7 4 11 32

MASON CO. S.O. 47,835 46 2 48 4 12 16 64


SHELTON P.D. 8,965 19 0 19 1 3 4 23
SKOKOMISH TRIBAL P.D. 0 3 1 4 0 1 1 5
SQUAXIN TRIBAL P.D. 0 10 2 12 0 3 3 15
MASON COUNTY TOTAL 56,800 78 5 83 5 19 24 107

BREWSTER P.D. 2,205 5 1 6 0 2 2 8


COLVILLE TRIBAL P.D. 0 24 2 26 4 12 16 42
COULEE DAM P.D. 1,025 7 0 7 0 0 0 7
OKANOGAN CO. S.O. 28,050 27 2 29 0 5 5 34
OMAK P.D. 4,780 12 0 12 1 2 3 15
OROVILLE P.D. 1,750 5 0 5 0 1 1 6
TONASKET P.D. 1,010 3 1 4 0 1 1 5
TWISP P.D. 985 2 0 2 0 0 0 2
WINTHROP P.D. 425 3 0 3 0 0 0 3
OKANOGAN COUNTY TOTAL 40,230 88 6 94 5 23 28 122

ILWACO P.D. 1,070 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


LONG BEACH P.D. 1,535 6 0 6 0 1 1 7
PACIFIC CO. S.O. 14,415 19 1 20 1 3 4 24
RAYMOND P.D. 3,010 6 0 6 0 1 1 7

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Table 15 (Cont.)
Number of Full-Time Law Enforcement Employees
Washington State Agencies as of
October 31, 2009
TOTAL
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES
FULL-TIME
AGENCY POPULATION MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL EMPLOYEES
SHOALWATER BAY TRIBAL P.D. 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 4
SOUTH BEND P.D. 1,770 3 0 3 0 1 1 4
PACIFIC COUNTY TOTAL 21,800 38 1 39 1 6 7 46

KALISPEL TRIBAL P.D. 0 11 1 12 0 2 2 14


PEND OREILLE CO. S.O. 12,735 18 0 18 1 3 4 22
PEND OREILLE COUNTY TOTAL 12,735 29 1 30 1 5 6 36

BONNEY LAKE P.D. 16,500 28 2 30 1 4 5 35


BUCKLEY P.D. 5,745 9 0 9 4 6 10 19
DUPONT P.D. 7,650 10 0 10 0 1 1 11
EATONVILLE P.D. 2,405 4 1 5 0 1 1 6
EDGEWOOD P.D. 9,615 9 0 9 0 1 1 10
FIFE P.D. 7,610 27 1 28 10 14 24 52
FIRCREST P.D. 6,325 9 0 9 0 0 0 9
GIG HARBOR P.D. 7,165 15 2 17 0 2 2 19
LAKEWOOD P.D. 58,840 92 8 100 10 10 20 120
MILTON P.D. 6,535 11 1 12 0 1 1 13
ORTING P.D. 6,135 9 0 9 1 0 1 10
PIERCE CO. S.O. 382,555 297 21 318 15 47 62 380
PUYALLUP P.D. 38,690 54 4 58 9 12 21 79
PUYALLUP TRIBAL P.D. 0 25 2 27 4 6 10 37
ROY P.D. 870 3 0 3 0 0 0 3
RUSTON P.D. 765 3 0 3 0 0 0 3
STEILACOOM P.D. 6,285 11 1 12 0 1 1 13
SUMNER P.D. 9,085 19 0 19 1 12 13 32
TACOMA P.D. 203,400 336 53 389 11 32 43 432
UNIVERSITY PLACE P.D. 31,500 21 1 22 0 1 1 23
PIERCE COUNTY TOTAL 807,675 992 97 1,089 66 151 217 1,306

SAN JUAN CO. S.O. 16,300 19 1 20 5 6 11 31


SAN JUAN COUNTY TOTAL 16,300 19 1 20 5 6 11 31

ANACORTES P.D. 16,790 22 3 25 1 7 8 33


BURLINGTON P.D. 8,870 23 2 25 0 6 6 31
MOUNT VERNON P.D. 30,800 41 1 42 1 11 12 54
SEDRO WOOLLEY P.D. 10,070 11 2 13 1 3 4 17
SKAGIT CO. S.O. 52,370 50 6 56 25 28 53 109
SWINOMISH TRIBAL P.D. 0 11 0 11 0 2 2 13
UPPER SKAGIT TRIBAL P.D. 0 4 0 4 0 1 1 5

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Table 15 (Cont.)
Number of Full-Time Law Enforcement Employees
Washington State Agencies as of
October 31, 2009
TOTAL
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES
FULL-TIME
AGENCY POPULATION MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL EMPLOYEES
SKAGIT COUNTY TOTAL 118,900 162 14 176 28 58 86 262

NORTH BONNEVILLE P.D. 880 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


SKAMANIA CO. S.O. 9,920 21 2 23 0 4 4 27
SKAMANIA COUNTY TOTAL 10,800 21 2 23 0 4 4 27

ARLINGTON P.D. 17,150 26 3 29 0 6 6 35


BRIER P.D. 6,490 6 0 6 2 0 2 8
EDMONDS P.D. 40,900 49 5 54 1 8 9 63
EVERETT P.D. 103,500 175 24 199 8 38 46 245
GRANITE FALLS P.D. 3,375 7 0 7 0 1 1 8
LAKE STEVENS P.D. 14,800 20 1 21 0 5 5 26
LYNNWOOD P.D. 35,740 75 5 80 19 15 34 114
MARYSVILLE P.D. 37,530 44 6 50 13 15 28 78
MILL CREEK P.D. 18,480 21 3 24 1 6 7 31
MONROE P.D. 16,710 32 2 34 2 9 11 45
MOUNTLAKE TERRACE P.D. 20,960 26 2 28 1 9 10 38
MUKILTEO P.D. 20,110 22 6 28 0 4 4 32
SAUK-SUIATTLE TRIBAL P.D. 0 3 0 3 1 0 1 4
SNOHOMISH P.D. 9,145 16 4 20 0 4 4 24
SNOHOMISH CO. S.O. 332,095 263 18 281 12 64 76 357
STANWOOD P.D. 5,590 11 0 11 0 2 2 13
STILLAGUAMISH TRIBAL P.D. 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 4
SULTAN P.D. 4,555 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TULALIP TRIBAL P.D. 0 29 1 30 10 8 18 48
WOODWAY P.D. 1,190 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
SNOHOMISH COUNTY TOTAL 688,320 829 80 909 70 194 264 1,173

AIRWAY HEIGHTS P.D. 5,515 13 0 13 0 1 1 14


CHENEY P.D. 10,550 14 0 14 3 3 6 20
E. WASH. UNIV. P.D. 0 11 1 12 0 1 1 13
LIBERTY LAKE P.D. 7,270 8 1 9 0 1 1 10
MEDICAL LAKE P.D. 4,845 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
SPOKANE CO. S.O. 141,880 139 2 141 12 44 56 197
SPOKANE VALLEY P.D. 89,440 100 1 101 0 1 1 102
SPOKANE P.D. 205,500 255 36 291 28 74 102 393
SPOKANE COUNTY TOTAL 465,000 540 41 581 43 125 168 749

CHEWELAH P.D. 2,420 6 0 6 0 1 1 7


COLVILLE P.D. 5,040 12 0 12 0 2 2 14

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Table 15 (Cont.)
Number of Full-Time Law Enforcement Employees
Washington State Agencies as of
October 31, 2009
TOTAL
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES
FULL-TIME
AGENCY POPULATION MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL EMPLOYEES
KETTLE FALLS P.D. 1,655 4 0 4 0 1 1 5
SPOKANE TRIBAL P.D. 0 15 1 16 4 3 7 23
SPRINGDALE P.D. 280 1 0 1 0 0 0 1
STEVENS CO. S.O. 34,605 25 2 27 1 4 5 32
STEVENS COUNTY TOTAL 44,000 63 3 66 5 11 16 82

EVERGREEN ST. COLLEGE P.D. 0 6 4 10 3 3 6 16


LACEY P.D. 39,250 47 8 55 3 11 14 69
NISQUALLY TRIBAL P.D. 0 12 1 13 3 1 4 17
OLYMPIA P.D. 45,250 58 7 65 12 14 26 91
RAINIER P.D. 1,755 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TENINO P.D. 2,200 6 0 6 0 1 1 7
THURSTON CO. S.O. 139,010 82 5 87 1 20 21 108
TUMWATER P.D. 16,710 22 2 24 2 3 5 29
YELM P.D. 5,625 11 2 13 0 2 2 15
THURSTON COUNTY TOTAL 249,800 244 29 273 24 55 79 352

WAHKIAKUM CO. S.O. 4,100 6 1 7 7 2 9 16


WAHKIAKUM COUNTY TOTAL 4,100 6 1 7 7 2 9 16

COLLEGE PLACE P.D. 9,035 10 0 10 1 2 3 13


WALLA WALLA CO. S.O. 18,555 26 1 27 0 6 6 33
WALLA WALLA P.D. 31,610 43 2 45 10 20 30 75
WALLA WALLA COUNTY TOTAL 59,200 79 3 82 11 28 39 121

BELLINGHAM P.D. 76,130 96 14 110 9 38 47 157


BLAINE P.D. 4,740 11 1 12 0 3 3 15
EVERSON P.D. 3,448 6 0 6 0 0 0 6
FERNDALE P.D. 11,080 18 1 19 0 2 2 21
LUMMI TRIBAL P.D. 0 13 1 14 0 2 2 16
LYNDEN P.D. 11,690 14 0 14 1 3 4 18
NOOKSAK TRIBAL P.D. 0 4 1 5 0 1 1 6
SUMAS P.D. 1,326 6 0 6 0 0 0 6
W. WASH. UNIV. P.D. 0 13 2 15 1 5 6 21
WHATCOM CO. S.O. 84,686 81 3 84 2 15 17 101
WHATCOM COUNTY TOTAL 193,100 262 23 285 13 69 82 367

COLFAX P.D. 2,910 6 0 6 1 0 1 7


COLTON P.D. 420 1 0 1 0 0 0 1
GARFIELD P.D. 630 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
OAKESDALE P.D. 420 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Table 15 (Cont.)
Number of Full-Time Law Enforcement Employees
Washington State Agencies as of
October 31, 2009
TOTAL
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES
FULL-TIME
AGENCY POPULATION MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL EMPLOYEES
PALOUSE P.D. 1,010 3 0 3 0 0 0 3
PULLMAN P.D. 27,600 27 1 28 2 10 12 40
ROSALIA P.D. 640 1 0 1 0 0 0 1
UNIONTOWN P.D. 335 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
WASH. ST. UNIV. P.D. 0 15 2 17 3 4 7 24
WHITMAN CO. S.O. 9,335 18 1 19 0 2 2 21
WHITMAN COUNTY TOTAL 43,300 71 4 75 6 16 22 97

GRANDVIEW P.D. 9,405 18 0 18 1 5 6 24


GRANGER P.D. 3,065 5 0 5 0 0 0 5
MABTON P.D. 2,100 1 0 1 0 0 0 1
MOXEE CITY P.D. 2,525 4 0 4 0 0 0 4
SELAH P.D. 7,185 13 1 14 1 0 1 15
SUNNYSIDE P.D. 15,340 21 2 23 12 7 19 42
TIETON P.D. 1,195 2 0 2 0 0 0 2
TOPPENISH P.D. 9,090 14 1 15 0 6 6 21
UNION GAP P.D. 5,830 15 2 17 0 3 3 20
WAPATO P.D. 4,555 10 1 11 5 2 7 18
YAKAMA NATION TRIBAL P.D. 0 32 0 32 13 15 28 60
YAKIMA CO. S.O. 90,490 61 3 64 9 27 36 100
YAKIMA P.D. 84,850 123 14 137 18 30 48 185
ZILLAH P.D. 2,770 7 0 7 0 1 1 8
YAKIMA COUNTY TOTAL 238,400 326 24 350 59 96 155 505

OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMM. 0 4 0 4 0 2 2 6


WASH. STATE PATROL 0 1,011 83 1,094 556 604 1,160 2,254

WASHINGTON STATE TOTAL 6,667,590 9,599 962 10,561 1,546 2,649 4,195 14,756

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Table 16
Full-Time Law Enforcement Employees
By Commissioned, Civilian, Male and Female
Number and Percent
As Of October 31, 2009

Number of Number of
Males Percent Females Percent Total

SHERIFF'S OFFICES

COMMISSIONED 2,185 93% 152 7% 2,337


CIVILIAN 301 34% 595 66% 896
TOTAL 2,486 77% 747 23% 3,233
POLICE DEPARTMENTS

COMMISSIONED 6,038 90% 687 10% 6,725


CIVILIAN 626 32% 1,352 68% 1,978
TOTAL 6,664 77% 2,039 23% 8,703
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

COMMISSIONED 96 82% 21 18% 117


CIVILIAN 21 42% 29 58% 50
TOTAL 117 70% 50 30% 167
WASHINGTON STATE

COMMISSIONED 1,015 92% 83 8% 1,098


CIVILIAN 556 48% 606 52% 1,162
TOTAL 1,571 70% 689 30% 2,260
TRIBAL POLICE

COMMISSIONED 265 93% 19 7% 284


CIVILIAN 42 39% 67 61% 109
TOTAL 307 78% 86 22% 393
TOTAL ALL AGENCIES

COMMISSIONED 9,599 91% 962 9% 10,561


CIVILIAN 1,546 37% 2,649 63% 4,195
TOTAL 11,145 76% 3,611 24% 14,756

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Table 17
City Law Enforcement Employee Rates
Per 1000 Inhabitants
As Of October 31, 2009
Commissioned
City Population Commissioned Rate Total Total Rate

Cities Over 250,000

SEATTLE P.D. 602,000 1,351 2.24 1,857 3.08

Average 602,000 1,351 2.24 1,857 3.08

Cities 100,000 to 250,000

BELLEVUE P.D. 120,600 175 1.45 218 1.81

EVERETT P.D. 103,500 199 1.92 245 2.37

SPOKANE P.D. 205,500 291 1.42 393 1.91

TACOMA P.D. 203,400 389 1.91 432 2.12

VANCOUVER P.D. 164,500 199 1.21 228 1.39

Average 159,500 251 1.57 303 1.90

Cities 50,000 to 100,000

AUBURN P.D. 67,485 98 1.45 129 1.91

BELLINGHAM P.D. 76,130 110 1.44 157 2.06

FEDERAL WAY P.D. 88,580 132 1.49 163 1.84

KENNEWICK P.D. 67,180 87 1.30 105 1.56

KENT P.D. 88,380 127 1.44 179 2.03

LAKEWOOD P.D. 58,840 100 1.70 120 2.04

PASCO P.D. 54,490 67 1.23 78 1.43

REDMOND P.D. 51,890 82 1.58 122 2.35

RENTON P.D. 83,650 123 1.47 167 2.00

SHORELINE P.D. ** 54,320 49 .90 67 1.23

SPOKANE VALLEY P.D. 89,440 101 1.13 102 1.14

YAKIMA P.D. 84,850 137 1.61 185 2.18

Average 72,103 101 1.40 131 1.82

Cities 25,000 to 50,000

BOTHELL P.D. 33,240 58 1.74 84 2.53

BREMERTON P.D. 36,620 63 1.72 78 2.13

BURIEN P.D. ** 31,890 38 1.19 53 1.66

DES MOINES P.D. 29,270 45 1.54 60 2.05

EDMONDS P.D. 40,900 54 1.32 63 1.54

ISSAQUAH P.D. 26,890 31 1.15 58 2.16

KIRKLAND P.D. 49,010 66 1.35 92 1.88

LACEY P.D. 39,250 55 1.40 69 1.76

** Denotes an agency that contracts police services through another agency but reports separately.
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Table 17 (Cont.)
City Law Enforcement Employee Rates
Per 1000 Inhabitants
As Of October 31, 2009
Commissioned
City Population Commissioned Rate Total Total Rate

LONGVIEW P.D. 36,010 54 1.50 69 1.92

LYNNWOOD P.D. 35,740 80 2.24 114 3.19

MARYSVILLE P.D. 37,530 50 1.33 78 2.08

MOUNT VERNON P.D. 30,800 42 1.36 54 1.75

OLYMPIA P.D. 45,250 65 1.44 91 2.01

PULLMAN P.D. 27,600 28 1.01 40 1.45

PUYALLUP P.D. 38,690 58 1.50 79 2.04

RICHLAND P.D. 47,410 57 1.20 65 1.37

SAMMAMISH P.D. ** 40,670 23 .57 29 .71

SEATAC P.D. ** 25,730 43 1.67 59 2.29

UNIVERSITY PLACE P.D. 31,500 22 .70 23 .73

WALLA WALLA P.D. 31,610 45 1.42 75 2.37

WENATCHEE P.D. 30,960 42 1.36 53 1.71

Average 35,551 49 1.38 66 1.86

Cities 10,000 to 25,000

ABERDEEN P.D. 16,440 36 2.19 48 2.92

ANACORTES P.D. 16,790 25 1.49 33 1.97

ARLINGTON P.D. 17,150 29 1.69 35 2.04

BAINBRIDGE ISLAND P.D. 23,290 21 .90 26 1.12

BATTLE GROUND P.D. 17,150 27 1.57 33 1.92

BONNEY LAKE P.D. 16,500 30 1.82 35 2.12

CAMAS P.D. 16,950 25 1.47 30 1.77

CENTRALIA P.D. 15,570 32 2.06 39 2.50

CHENEY P.D. 10,550 14 1.33 20 1.90

COVINGTON P.D. ** 17,530 15 .86 20 1.14

EAST WENATCHEE P.D. 11,660 21 1.80 24 2.06

ELLENSBURG P.D. 17,230 27 1.57 37 2.15

ENUMCLAW P.D. 11,460 17 1.48 30 2.62

FERNDALE P.D. 11,080 19 1.71 21 1.90

KELSO P.D. 11,840 27 2.28 31 2.62

KENMORE P.D. ** 20,450 15 .73 20 .98

LAKE FOREST PARK P.D. 12,820 19 1.48 23 1.79

LAKE STEVENS P.D. 14,800 21 1.42 26 1.76

** Denotes an agency that contracts police services through another agency but reports separately.
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Table 17 (Cont.)
City Law Enforcement Employee Rates
Per 1000 Inhabitants
As Of October 31, 2009
Commissioned
City Population Commissioned Rate Total Total Rate

LYNDEN P.D. 11,690 14 1.20 18 1.54

MAPLE VALLEY P.D. ** 20,840 12 .58 16 .77

MERCER ISLAND P.D. 22,720 31 1.36 34 1.50

MILL CREEK P.D. 18,480 24 1.30 31 1.68

MONROE P.D. 16,710 34 2.03 45 2.69

MOSES LAKE P.D. 18,930 32 1.69 40 2.11

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE P.D. 20,960 28 1.34 38 1.81

MUKILTEO P.D. 20,110 28 1.39 32 1.59

OAK HARBOR P.D. 23,360 27 1.16 40 1.71

PORT ANGELES P.D. 19,260 33 1.71 55 2.86

SEDRO WOOLLEY P.D. 10,070 13 1.29 17 1.69

SUNNYSIDE P.D. 15,340 23 1.50 42 2.74

TUKWILA P.D. 18,170 66 3.63 81 4.46

TUMWATER P.D. 16,710 24 1.44 29 1.74

WASHOUGAL P.D. 13,870 19 1.37 21 1.51

WEST RICHLAND P.D. 11,670 15 1.29 18 1.54

WOODINVILLE P.D. ** 10,670 13 1.22 17 1.59

Average 16,252 24 1.48 32 1.97

Cities 5,000 to 10,000

AIRWAY HEIGHTS P.D. 5,515 13 2.36 14 2.54

BRIER P.D. 6,490 6 .92 8 1.23

BUCKLEY P.D. 5,745 9 1.57 19 3.31

BURLINGTON P.D. 8,870 25 2.82 31 3.49

CHEHALIS P.D. 7,185 17 2.37 22 3.06

CLARKSTON P.D. 7,260 14 1.93 15 2.07

COLLEGE PLACE P.D. 9,035 10 1.11 13 1.44

COLVILLE P.D. 5,040 12 2.38 14 2.78

DUPONT P.D. 7,650 10 1.31 11 1.44

DUVALL P.D. 5,980 15 2.51 17 2.84

EDGEWOOD P.D. 9,615 9 .94 10 1.04

EPHRATA P.D. 7,110 15 2.11 18 2.53

FIFE P.D. 7,610 28 3.68 52 6.83

FIRCREST P.D. 6,325 9 1.42 9 1.42

** Denotes an agency that contracts police services through another agency but reports separately.
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Table 17 (Cont.)
City Law Enforcement Employee Rates
Per 1000 Inhabitants
As Of October 31, 2009
Commissioned
City Population Commissioned Rate Total Total Rate

GIG HARBOR P.D. 7,165 17 2.37 19 2.65

GRANDVIEW P.D. 9,405 18 1.91 24 2.55

HOQUIAM P.D. 8,765 18 2.05 19 2.17

LIBERTY LAKE P.D. 7,270 9 1.24 10 1.38

MILTON P.D. 6,535 12 1.84 13 1.99

NEWCASTLE P.D. ** 9,925 7 .71 9 .91

NORMANDY PARK P.D. 6,485 13 2.00 15 2.31

ORTING P.D. 6,135 9 1.47 10 1.63

OTHELLO P.D. 6,595 15 2.27 21 3.18

PACIFIC P.D. 6,290 12 1.91 14 2.23

PORT ORCHARD P.D. 8,440 21 2.49 23 2.73

PORT TOWNSEND P.D. 8,895 15 1.69 19 2.14

POULSBO P.D. 8,855 17 1.92 21 2.37

PROSSER P.D. 5,110 12 2.35 19 3.72

QUINCY P.D. 6,030 13 2.16 15 2.49

SELAH P.D. 7,185 14 1.95 15 2.09

SEQUIM P.D. 5,715 18 3.15 21 3.67

SHELTON P.D. 8,965 19 2.12 23 2.57

SNOHOMISH P.D. 9,145 20 2.19 24 2.62

SNOQUALMIE P.D. 9,730 13 1.34 16 1.64

STANWOOD P.D. 5,590 11 1.97 13 2.33

STEILACOOM P.D. 6,285 12 1.91 13 2.07

SUMNER P.D. 9,085 19 2.09 32 3.52

TOPPENISH P.D. 9,090 15 1.65 21 2.31

UNION GAP P.D. 5,830 17 2.92 20 3.43

WOODLAND P.D. 5,195 10 1.92 12 2.31

YELM P.D. 5,625 13 2.31 15 2.67

Average 7,287 14 1.92 18 2.47

Cities 2,500 to 5,000

ALGONA P.D. 2,760 8 2.90 9 3.26

BLACK DIAMOND P.D. 4,180 11 2.63 12 2.87

BLAINE P.D. 4,740 12 2.53 15 3.16

CLE ELUM P.D. 3,460 9 2.60 11 3.18

** Denotes an agency that contracts police services through another agency but reports separately.
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Table 17 (Cont.)
City Law Enforcement Employee Rates
Per 1000 Inhabitants
As Of October 31, 2009
Commissioned
City Population Commissioned Rate Total Total Rate

CLYDE HILL P.D. 2,815 8 2.84 9 3.20

COLFAX P.D. 2,910 6 2.06 7 2.41

CONNELL P.D. 3,430 6 1.75 6 1.75

ELMA P.D. 3,110 7 2.25 8 2.57

EVERSON P.D. 3,448 6 1.74 6 1.74

FORKS P.D. 3,185 7 2.20 14 4.40

GOLDENDALE P.D. 3,745 9 2.40 10 2.67

GRANGER P.D. 3,065 5 1.63 5 1.63

GRANITE FALLS P.D. 3,375 7 2.07 8 2.37

KALAMA P.D. 2,505 5 2.00 5 2.00

LA CENTER P.D. 2,545 9 3.54 11 4.32

MATTAWA P.D. 3,395 4 1.18 4 1.18

MEDICAL LAKE P.D. 4,845 0 .00 0 .00

MEDINA P.D. 3,435 8 2.33 9 2.62

MONTESANO P.D. 3,565 8 2.24 10 2.81

NORTH BEND P.D. ** 4,760 7 1.47 9 1.89

OCEAN SHORES P.D. 4,860 12 2.47 13 2.67

OMAK P.D. 4,780 12 2.51 15 3.14

RAYMOND P.D. 3,010 6 1.99 7 2.33

RIDGEFIELD P.D. 4,215 7 1.66 8 1.90

SULTAN P.D. 4,555 0 .00 0 .00

WAPATO P.D. 4,555 11 2.41 18 3.95

WARDEN P.D. 2,605 4 1.54 5 1.92

ZILLAH P.D. 2,770 7 2.53 8 2.89

Average 3,594 7 1.95 9 2.50

Cities 1,000 to 2,500

ASOTIN P.D. 1,230 2 1.63 2 1.63

BREWSTER P.D. 2,205 6 2.72 8 3.63

CARNATION P.D. 1,910 0 .00 0 .00

CASTLE ROCK P.D. 2,145 5 2.33 6 2.80

CHEWELAH P.D. 2,420 6 2.48 7 2.89

COSMOPOLIS P.D. 1,640 3 1.83 4 2.44

COULEE DAM P.D. 1,025 7 6.83 7 6.83

** Denotes an agency that contracts police services through another agency but reports separately.
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Table 17 (Cont.)
City Law Enforcement Employee Rates
Per 1000 Inhabitants
As Of October 31, 2009
Commissioned
City Population Commissioned Rate Total Total Rate

COUPEVILLE P.D. 1,910 4 2.09 4 2.09

EATONVILLE P.D. 2,405 5 2.08 6 2.49

GRAND COULEE P.D. 1,925 7 3.64 7 3.64

ILWACO P.D. 1,070 0 .00 0 .00

KETTLE FALLS P.D. 1,655 4 2.42 5 3.02

KITTITAS P.D. 1,150 2 1.74 2 1.74

LANGLEY P.D. 1,100 4 3.64 4 3.64

LONG BEACH P.D. 1,535 6 3.91 7 4.56

MABTON P.D. 2,100 1 .48 1 .48

MC CLEARY P.D. 1,555 4 2.57 4 2.57

MORTON P.D. 1,140 3 2.63 4 3.51

MOXEE CITY P.D. 2,525 4 1.58 4 1.58

NAPAVINE P.D. 1,690 2 1.18 3 1.78

OROVILLE P.D. 1,750 5 2.86 6 3.43

PALOUSE P.D. 1,010 3 2.97 3 2.97

RAINIER P.D. 1,755 0 .00 0 .00

REPUBLIC P.D. 1,005 3 2.99 3 2.99

RITZVILLE P.D. 1,740 4 2.30 4 2.30

ROYAL CITY P.D. 1,865 3 1.61 3 1.61

SOAP LAKE P.D. 1,790 4 2.23 4 2.23

SOUTH BEND P.D. 1,770 3 1.69 4 2.26

SUMAS P.D. 1,326 6 4.52 6 4.52

TENINO P.D. 2,200 6 2.73 7 3.18

TIETON P.D. 1,195 2 1.67 2 1.67

TONASKET P.D. 1,010 4 3.96 5 4.95

WESTPORT P.D. 2,345 7 2.99 9 3.84

WHITE SALMON P.D. 2,220 6 2.70 6 2.70

WINLOCK P.D. 1,370 2 1.46 2 1.46

WOODWAY P.D. 1,190 0 .00 0 .00

Average 1,663 4 2.41 4 2.41

Cities 500 to 1,000

BINGEN P.D. 685 0 .00 0 .00

COULEE CITY P.D. 600 0 .00 0 .00

** Denotes an agency that contracts police services through another agency but reports separately.
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Table 17 (Cont.)
City Law Enforcement Employee Rates
Per 1000 Inhabitants
As Of October 31, 2009
Commissioned
City Population Commissioned Rate Total Total Rate

GARFIELD P.D. 630 0 .00 0 .00

MOSSYROCK P.D. 695 2 2.88 2 2.88

NORTH BONNEVILLE P.D. 880 0 .00 0 .00

OAKVILLE P.D. 715 0 .00 0 .00

ODESSA P.D. 960 2 2.08 2 2.08

PE ELL P.D. 670 0 .00 0 .00

REARDAN P.D. 630 1 1.59 1 1.59

ROSALIA P.D. 640 1 1.56 1 1.56

ROY P.D. 870 3 3.45 3 3.45

RUSTON P.D. 765 3 3.92 3 3.92

TOLEDO P.D. 695 2 2.88 2 2.88

TWISP P.D. 985 2 2.03 2 2.03

VADER P.D. 630 1 1.59 1 1.59

WILBUR P.D. 895 2 2.23 2 2.23

YARROW POINT P.D. ** 965 0 .00 0 .00

Average 759 1 1.32 1 1.32

Cities Under 500

COLTON P.D. 420 1 2.38 1 2.38

ELMER CITY P.D. 240 0 .00 0 .00

OAKESDALE P.D. 420 0 .00 0 .00

SPRINGDALE P.D. 280 1 3.57 1 3.57

UNIONTOWN P.D. 335 0 .00 0 .00

WINTHROP P.D. 425 3 7.06 3 7.06

Average 353 1 2.83 1 2.83

Statewide

Statewide Totals 4,054,424 6,631 1.64 8,582 2.12

Statewide Average 20,071 33 1.64 42 2.09

** Denotes an agency that contracts police services through another agency but reports separately.
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Table 18
County Law Enforcement Employee Rates
Per 1000 Inhabitants
As Of October 31, 2009
Commissioned
County Population Commissioned Rate Total Total Rate
Counties Over 250,000

KING CO. S.O. 343,705 250 .73 347 1.01

PIERCE CO. S.O. 382,555 318 .83 380 .99

SNOHOMISH CO. S.O. 332,095 281 .85 357 1.07

Average 352,785 283 .80 361 1.02

Counties 100,000 to 250,000

CLARK CO. S.O. 211,885 144 .68 241 1.14

KITSAP CO. S.O. 170,395 120 .70 151 .89

SPOKANE CO. S.O. 141,880 141 .99 197 1.39

THURSTON CO. S.O. 139,010 87 .63 108 .78

Average 165,792 123 .74 174 1.05

Counties 50,000 to 100,000

ISLAND CO. S.O. 53,930 40 .74 67 1.24

SKAGIT CO. S.O. 52,370 56 1.07 109 2.08

WHATCOM CO. S.O. 84,686 84 .99 101 1.19

YAKIMA CO. S.O. 90,490 64 .71 100 1.11

Average 70,369 61 .87 94 1.34

Counties 25,000 to 50,000

BENTON CO. S.O. 37,930 56 1.48 67 1.77

CHELAN CO. S.O. 41,640 52 1.25 63 1.51

CLALLAM CO. S.O. 41,340 35 .85 45 1.09

COWLITZ CO. S.O. 41,990 40 .95 49 1.17

DOUGLAS CO. S.O. 25,765 26 1.01 33 1.28

GRANT CO. S.O. 41,850 48 1.15 63 1.51

GRAYS HARBOR CO. S.O. 28,205 41 1.45 79 2.80

LEWIS CO. S.O. 45,555 42 .92 60 1.32

MASON CO. S.O. 47,835 48 1.00 64 1.34

OKANOGAN CO. S.O. 28,050 29 1.03 34 1.21

STEVENS CO. S.O. 34,605 27 .78 32 .92

Average 37,706 40 1.06 54 1.43

Counties 10,000 to 25,000

ASOTIN CO. S.O. 13,010 13 1.00 15 1.15

FRANKLIN CO. S.O. 14,780 27 1.83 29 1.96

JEFFERSON CO. S.O. 20,105 22 1.09 44 2.19

KITTITAS CO. S.O. 18,060 36 1.99 68 3.77

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Table 18 (Cont.)
County Law Enforcement Employee Rates
Per 1000 Inhabitants
As Of October 31, 2009
Commissioned
County Population Commissioned Rate Total Total Rate
KLICKITAT CO. S.O. 13,550 19 1.40 49 3.62

PACIFIC CO. S.O. 14,415 20 1.39 24 1.66

PEND OREILLE CO. S.O. 12,735 18 1.41 22 1.73

SAN JUAN CO. S.O. 16,300 20 1.23 31 1.90

WALLA WALLA CO. S.O. 18,555 27 1.46 33 1.78

Average 15,723 22 1.40 35 2.23

Counties 5,000 to 10,000

ADAMS CO. S.O. 9,665 17 1.76 28 2.90

FERRY CO. S.O. 6,795 7 1.03 22 3.24

LINCOLN CO. S.O. 7,965 16 2.01 27 3.39

SKAMANIA CO. S.O. 9,920 23 2.32 27 2.72

WHITMAN CO. S.O. 9,335 19 2.04 21 2.25

Average 8,736 16 1.83 25 2.86

Counties 2,500 to 5,000

COLUMBIA CO. S.O. 4,100 9 2.20 14 3.41

WAHKIAKUM CO. S.O. 4,100 7 1.71 16 3.90

Average 4,100 8 1.95 15 3.66

Counties 1,000 to 2,500

GARFIELD CO. S.O. 2,250 8 3.56 16 7.11

Average 2,250 8 3.56 16 7.11

Statewide

Statewide Totals 2,613,406 2,337 .89 3,233 1.24

Statewide Average 67,010 60 .90 83 1.24

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Table 19
Number of Full-Time Law Enforcement Employees
Washington State Zero Population Agencies
As Of October 31, 2009
Commissioned Officers Full-Time
Civilian Employees Employees
Male Female Total Male Female Total Total

CENTRAL WASH UNIV P.D. 13 0 13 0 1 1 14

E. WASH. UNIV. P.D. 11 1 12 0 1 1 13

EVERGREEN ST. COLLEGE P.D. 6 4 10 3 3 6 16

UNIV. OF WASH. P.D. 36 11 47 14 14 28 75

W. WASH. UNIV. P.D. 13 2 15 1 5 6 21

WASH. ST. UNIV. P.D. 15 2 17 3 4 7 24

WSU VANCOUVER P.D. 2 1 3 0 1 1 4

PORT OF SEATTLE P.D. 81 13 94 4 23 27 121

CHEHALIS TRIBAL P.D. 9 0 9 0 1 1 10

COLVILLE TRIBAL P.D. 24 2 26 4 12 16 42

HOH TRIBAL P.D. 1 0 1 0 0 0 1

KALISPEL TRIBAL P.D. 11 1 12 0 2 2 14

LOWER ELWHA TRIBAL P.D. 6 0 6 0 1 1 7

LUMMI TRIBAL P.D. 13 1 14 0 2 2 16

MAKAH TRIBAL P.D. 9 0 9 1 6 7 16

NISQUALLY TRIBAL P.D. 12 1 13 3 1 4 17

NOOKSAK TRIBAL P.D. 4 1 5 0 1 1 6

PORT GAMBLE S'KLALLAM TRIBAL P.D. 6 1 7 1 0 1 8

PUYALLUP TRIBAL P.D. 25 2 27 4 6 10 37

QUILEUTE TRIBAL P.D. 5 0 5 0 0 0 5

QUINAULT TRIBAL P.D. 6 1 7 1 1 2 9

SAUK-SUIATTLE TRIBAL P.D. 3 0 3 1 0 1 4

SHOALWATER BAY TRIBAL P.D. 4 0 4 0 0 0 4

SKOKOMISH TRIBAL P.D. 3 1 4 0 1 1 5

SPOKANE TRIBAL P.D. 15 1 16 4 3 7 23

SQUAXIN TRIBAL P.D. 10 2 12 0 3 3 15

STILLAGUAMISH TRIBAL P.D. 4 0 4 0 0 0 4

SUQUAMISH TRIBAL P.D. 12 3 15 0 1 1 16

SWINOMISH TRIBAL P.D. 11 0 11 0 2 2 13

TULALIP TRIBAL P.D. 29 1 30 10 8 18 48

UPPER SKAGIT TRIBAL P.D. 4 0 4 0 1 1 5

YAKAMA NATION TRIBAL P.D. 32 0 32 13 15 28 60

OFFICE OF INSURANCE COMM. 4 0 4 0 2 2 6

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Law Enforcement Employees 1980-2009

Rate per 1,000

1.80
1.64 1.62 1.67
1.61
1.60 1.58
1.65
1.54
1.40

1.20

1.00
0.78
0.80 0.72
0.65 0.66 0.63
0.57
0.60 0.61

0.40

0.20

0.00
1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2009

Year

Commissioned Civilian

107
Domestic Violence

Collection of violent and property offenses that are domestic


violence in nature, is mandated by the State of Washington  RCW
10.99.020. Domestic violence is defined by relationship of victim
to offender or by shared living space. These numbers are derived
from monthly domestic violence forms submitted by Washington
State law enforcement agencies.

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Table 20
2009 Statewide Domestic Violence
Comparision Report
All Actual
Classification Of Offenses Offenses Domestic Violence D.V. % Of Actual

1. Criminal Homicide 198 62 31.3%


a. Murder and nonnegligent homicide * 187 57 30.5%
b. Manslaughter by negligence 11 5 45.5%

2. Forcible Rape Total 2,485 340 13.7%


a. Rape by force 2,346 321 13.7%
b. Attempted forcible rape 139 19 13.7%

3. Robbery Total 6,645 129 1.9%


a. Firearm 1,815 6 0.3%
b. Knife or cutting instrument 531 10 1.9%
c. Other dangerous weapon 624 9 1.4%
d. Strong-arm (hands, feet, etc.) 3,675 104 2.8%

4. Assault Total 71,045 34,506 48.6%


a. Firearm 1,867 284 15.2%
b. Knife or cutting instrument 2,093 785 37.5%
c. Other dangerous weapon 4,004 1,115 27.8%
d. Hands, feet, etc. - aggravated 4,544 2,018 44.4%
e. Other assaults - not aggravated 58,537 30,304 51.8%

5. Burglary Total 52,149 844 1.6%


a. Forcible entry 27,765 474 1.7%
b. Unlawful entry - no force 20,760 323 1.6%
c. Attempted forcible entry 3,624 47 1.3%

6. Larceny Theft Total 166,771 1,009 0.6%


a. Larceny theft (except motor vehicle theft) 166,771 1,009 0.6%

7. Motor Vehicle Theft total 23,164 125 0.5%


a. Autos 19,304 108 0.6%
b. Trucks and buses 2,256 8 0.4%
c. Other vehicles 1,604 9 0.6%

8. Arson Total 1,560 26 1.7%


a. Arson 1,560 26 1.7%

9. Violation Of Protection/No contact Order N/A 11,150 N/A


a. Violation of Protection/No Contact Order N/A 11,150 N/A

Grand Total 324,017 ** 37,041 11.4%

*Includes non-reporting agencies


**Does not include violation of protection/no contact order.

109
Domestic Violence
2000-2009

60000

53770
55000
51589 52056
51550 50992
50117 49980
50000 48108 48186

42496
45000

40000

35000

30000

25000

20000
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

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2009 Part One
Domestic Violence Offenses
(Does not include Manslaughter, Simple Assault, or Violation of Protection/No Contact Order)

Robbery
1.9%
Motor Vehicle Theft
1.9% Murder
Forcible Rape 0.8% Arson
5.1%
0.4%

Larceny Theft
15.0%

Aggravated Assault
Burglary 62.5%
12.5%

2009 Domestic Violence


Murders By Relationship
(victim to offender)

Homosexual Relationship 1

Friend 1
3
Other Family

Boyfriend 4

15
Girlfriend
2
Common Law Wife
2
Brother
1
Stepdaughter

Sister 1

Father 3

Mother 5

Son 3

8
Daughter

Husband 1

7
Wife

111
TABLE 21
Domestic Violence Offenses
For the year of 2009

Months Agg. Simple Viol. of Total


AGENCY Reported Murder Rape Robbery Assault Assault Burglary Larceny MVT Arson Protection Offenses

Adams County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 3 39 0 4 1 0 57 104


Othello Police Department 12 0 0 0 8 53 0 0 0 0 19 80
Ritzville Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 19 27
Adams County Total 36 0 0 0 11 100 0 4 1 0 95 211

Asotin County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 6 63 4 1 0 0 0 74


Asotin Police Department 12 0 0 0 15 10 1 0 0 0 3 29
Clarkston Police Department 12 0 0 1 7 76 2 0 0 0 0 86
Asotin County Total 36 0 0 1 28 149 7 1 0 0 3 189

Benton County Sheriff's Office 12 0 2 0 12 130 0 2 0 0 30 176


Kennewick Police Department 12 0 2 0 17 323 0 5 0 0 77 424
Prosser Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 23 1 0 0 0 6 30
Richland Police Department 12 0 1 1 39 112 1 1 0 0 25 180
West Richland Police Department 12 0 0 0 3 30 0 1 0 0 13 47
Benton County Total 60 0 5 1 71 618 2 9 0 0 151 857

Chelan County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 9 182 0 0 0 0 166 357


Wenatchee Police Department 12 0 1 1 22 176 1 1 0 0 78 280
Chelan County Total 24 0 1 1 31 358 1 1 0 0 244 637

Clallam County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 20 142 4 5 2 0 38 211


Forks Police Department 12 0 1 0 5 22 0 0 0 0 3 31
Port Angeles Police Department 12 1 5 1 12 136 4 4 0 0 59 222
Sequim Police Department 12 0 0 0 4 37 0 0 0 0 3 44
Clallam County Total 48 1 6 1 41 337 8 9 2 0 103 508

Battle Ground Police Department 12 0 1 0 10 78 0 0 0 0 21 110


Camas Police Department 12 0 0 0 2 79 0 0 0 0 26 107
Clark County Sheriff's Office 12 0 11 2 73 812 10 27 8 0 154 1,097
La Center Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 14 1 0 0 0 2 17
Ridgefield Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 16 1 1 0 0 1 19
Vancouver Police Department 12 2 31 1 209 1,114 9 37 2 1 309 1,715
Wa. State Univ.-Vancouver PD 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Washougal Police Department 12 0 0 0 8 82 0 4 0 0 12 106
Clark County Total 96 2 43 3 302 2,195 21 69 10 1 525 3,171

Columbia County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 1 15 0 0 0 0 0 16


Columbia County Total 12 0 0 0 1 15 0 0 0 0 0 16

Castle Rock Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 13


Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 23 160 0 0 0 0 51 234
Kalama Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 6
Kelso Police Department 12 0 0 0 10 167 3 0 0 0 25 205
Longview Police Department 12 0 0 0 24 312 0 0 0 0 108 444
Woodland Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 37 0 0 0 0 11 48
Cowlitz County Total 72 0 0 0 57 695 3 0 0 0 195 950

Douglas County Sheriff's Office 12 0 1 0 16 86 4 3 1 1 17 129


East Wenatchee Police Department 12 0 0 0 3 67 1 0 0 0 13 84
Douglas County Total 24 0 1 0 19 153 5 3 1 1 30 213

Ferry County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 0 0 6 25


Republic Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 11 0 1 0 0 4 16
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TABLE 21 (Cont'd)
Domestic Violence Offenses
For the year of 2009

Months Agg. Simple Viol. of Total


AGENCY Reported Murder Rape Robbery Assault Assault Burglary Larceny MVT Arson Protection Offenses

Ferry County Total 24 0 0 0 0 30 0 1 0 0 10 41

Connell Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 12 0 0 0 0 1 14


Franklin County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 1 5 37 0 1 0 0 9 53
Pasco Police Department 12 0 1 2 28 382 4 2 0 0 141 560
Franklin County Total 36 0 1 3 34 431 4 3 0 0 151 627

Garfield County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 6


Garfield County Total 12 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 6

Coulee City Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Ephrata Police Department 12 0 0 0 3 48 0 0 0 0 18 69
Grand Coulee Police Department 12 0 1 0 4 22 2 0 0 0 5 34
Grant County Sheriff's Office 12 1 3 1 27 225 5 1 1 0 77 341
Moses Lake Police Department 12 0 4 0 20 219 8 9 3 0 77 340
Quincy Police Department 12 0 1 0 1 18 1 0 0 0 3 24
Royal City Police Department 12 0 0 0 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 8
Soap Lake Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 7
Grant County Total 96 1 9 1 59 543 16 10 4 0 180 823

Aberdeen Police Department 12 0 1 1 7 155 0 1 0 0 55 220


Cosmopolis Police Department 12 0 1 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 4 14
Elma Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 29 0 0 0 0 16 45
Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 1 7 82 0 0 0 0 48 138
Hoquiam Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 72 0 0 0 0 33 105
Mc Cleary Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 3
Montesano Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 0 0 7 18
Oakville Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Ocean Shores Police Department 12 0 1 0 2 27 0 0 0 0 17 47
Westport Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 26 1 1 0 0 6 35
Grays Harbor County Total 120 0 3 2 18 412 1 2 0 0 188 626

Coupeville Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Island County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 2 43 0 2 0 0 9 56
Langley Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Oak Harbor Police Department 12 0 2 0 13 145 5 3 1 1 37 207
Island County Total 48 0 2 0 15 188 5 5 1 1 46 263

Jefferson County Sheriff's Office 12 0 1 0 16 63 10 0 0 0 40 130


Port Townsend Police Department 12 0 0 0 4 79 1 1 0 0 5 90
Jefferson County Total 24 0 1 0 20 142 11 1 0 0 45 220

Algona Police Department 12 0 3 0 6 11 0 0 0 0 9 29


Auburn Police Department 12 3 0 2 41 383 50 0 0 0 279 758
Bellevue Police Department 12 1 2 2 17 265 6 11 0 0 81 385
Black Diamond Police Department 12 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 6 10
Bothell Police Department 12 0 0 0 5 88 0 0 0 0 36 129
Burien Police Department 12 0 4 2 29 170 5 2 1 2 51 266
Carnation Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 2 13
Clyde Hill Police Department 12 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 4
Covington Police Department 12 0 2 0 8 42 3 3 0 1 25 84
Des Moines Police Department 12 0 1 0 25 127 2 2 0 1 51 209
Duvall Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 16 1 0 0 0 2 19
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TABLE 21 (Cont'd)
Domestic Violence Offenses
For the year of 2009

Months Agg. Simple Viol. of Total


AGENCY Reported Murder Rape Robbery Assault Assault Burglary Larceny MVT Arson Protection Offenses

Enumclaw Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 51 0 0 0 0 0 51


Federal Way Police Department 12 3 8 3 27 320 9 9 0 1 140 520
Issaquah Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 52 2 0 0 0 23 78
Kenmore Police Department 12 0 0 0 6 65 1 1 1 0 28 102
Kent Police Department 12 0 16 3 62 661 0 31 4 1 435 1,213
King County Sheriff's Office 12 4 18 4 126 611 28 19 6 0 327 1,143
Kirkland Police Department 12 0 3 0 7 90 1 7 0 0 43 151
Lake Forest Park Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 27 1 0 0 0 12 41
Maple Valley Police Department 12 0 1 0 6 35 0 0 0 0 13 55
Medina Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 4
Mercer Island Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 26 0 0 0 0 1 28
Newcastle Police Department 12 0 0 0 2 8 1 0 0 0 11 22
Normandy Park Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 13 0 0 0 0 0 14
North Bend Police Department 12 0 0 0 4 21 0 0 0 0 7 32
Pacific Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 11 0 0 0 0 8 20
Port of Seattle Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 13 0 0 0 0 17 31
Redmond Police Department 12 0 2 1 13 150 2 3 0 0 57 228
Renton Police Department 12 0 7 2 56 349 18 33 8 0 0 473
Sammamish Police Department 12 0 0 0 2 45 1 0 0 0 25 73
Sea Tac Police Department 12 0 4 1 21 112 3 1 0 0 55 197
Seattle Police Department 12 5 16 31 460 1,755 69 134 6 2 320 2,798
Shoreline Police Department 12 0 0 1 18 97 6 2 0 0 61 185
Snoqualmie Police Department 12 0 0 0 3 24 0 0 0 0 10 37
Tukwila Police Department 12 0 1 0 18 159 6 0 0 0 48 232
University of Washington Police Dept 12 0 0 1 1 11 0 0 0 0 6 19
Woodinville Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 14 0 0 0 0 6 21
Yarrow Point Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
King County Total 456 16 89 53 975 5,838 215 258 26 8 2,197 9,675

Bainbridge Island Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1


Bremerton Police Department 12 0 1 1 24 232 0 6 1 0 187 452
Kitsap County Sheriff's Office 12 0 26 0 222 650 18 23 4 1 330 1,274
Port Orchard Police Department 12 0 0 0 10 96 0 0 0 0 46 152
Poulsbo Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Kitsap County Total 60 0 27 1 256 979 18 29 5 1 563 1,879

Central Washington University 12 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2


Cle Elum Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 13 0 0 0 0 4 18
Ellensburg Police Department 12 0 0 2 6 135 5 3 0 0 77 228
Kittitas County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 0 50 0 0 0 0 17 67
Kittitas Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Kittitas County Total 60 0 0 2 7 200 5 3 0 0 98 315

Bingen Police Department 12 0 0 0 2 17 0 0 0 0 0 19


Goldendale Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 35 0 1 0 0 18 55
Klickitat County Sheriff's Office 12 1 0 0 5 51 0 0 0 0 0 57
White Salmon Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 17 1 0 0 0 0 18
Klickitat County Total 48 1 0 0 8 120 1 1 0 0 18 149

Centralia Police Department 12 0 4 1 19 177 2 4 0 0 79 286


Chehalis Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 30 0 1 0 0 1 32
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TABLE 21 (Cont'd)
Domestic Violence Offenses
For the year of 2009

Months Agg. Simple Viol. of Total


AGENCY Reported Murder Rape Robbery Assault Assault Burglary Larceny MVT Arson Protection Offenses

Lewis County Sheriff's Office 12 1 0 0 18 202 2 1 0 0 58 282


Morton Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 7 16
Mossyrock Police Department 12 0 1 0 2 3 0 1 0 0 1 8
Pe Ell Police Department 12 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 4
Toledo Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Winlock Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4
Lewis County Total 96 1 5 1 41 426 4 7 0 0 147 632

Lincoln County Sheriff's Office 12 0 1 0 1 31 2 1 0 0 14 50


Odessa Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 7 0 0 0 0 3 11
Reardan Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Wilbur Police Department 9 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4
Lincoln County Total 45 0 1 0 2 42 2 1 0 0 18 66

Mason County Sheriff's Office 12 0 5 1 39 119 5 6 1 0 105 281


Shelton Police Department 12 0 1 1 9 82 2 0 1 0 65 161
Mason County Total 24 0 6 2 48 201 7 6 2 0 170 442

Brewster Police Department 12 0 0 0 2 19 0 0 0 0 0 21


Coulee Dam Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4
Okanogan County Sheriff's Office 12 0 2 1 6 97 0 1 1 1 0 109
Omak Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 44 0 0 0 0 12 57
Oroville Police Department 12 0 1 0 2 24 1 0 0 0 11 39
Tonasket Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 7
Twisp Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 5 2 0 0 0 0 7
Winthrop Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
Okanogan County Total 96 0 3 1 12 201 3 1 1 1 23 246

Ilwaco Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 10


Long Beach Police Department 12 1 0 0 0 24 0 0 0 0 0 25
Pacific County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 17 61 1 0 0 0 3 82
Raymond Police Department 12 0 0 0 5 18 0 0 0 0 20 43
South Bend Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 8 28
Pacific County Total 60 1 0 0 23 132 1 0 0 0 31 188

Pend Oreille County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 3 61 0 0 0 0 0 64


Pend Oreille County Total 12 0 0 0 3 61 0 0 0 0 0 64

Bonney Lake Police Department 12 0 1 0 4 127 1 1 0 0 19 153


Buckley Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 0 0 30
Du Pont Police Department 12 0 0 0 2 14 1 0 0 0 9 26
Eatonville Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 21 0 0 0 0 7 29
Edgewood Police Department 12 0 0 0 4 34 4 2 0 0 21 65
Fife Police Department 12 0 0 0 19 95 1 1 0 0 21 137
Fircrest Police Department 12 0 2 0 6 24 2 1 2 0 8 45
Gig Harbor Police Department 12 0 1 0 1 27 1 0 0 0 4 34
Lakewood Police Department 12 0 9 6 196 554 24 26 5 0 216 1,036
Milton Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 66 0 0 0 0 14 80
Pierce County Sheriff's Office 12 10 21 3 325 1,745 100 97 12 2 772 3,087
Puyallup Police Department 12 0 4 0 31 307 7 29 3 0 153 534
Roy Police Department 12 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 7
Ruston Police Department 12 0 1 0 4 4 1 0 2 0 3 15
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TABLE 21 (Cont'd)
Domestic Violence Offenses
For the year of 2009

Months Agg. Simple Viol. of Total


AGENCY Reported Murder Rape Robbery Assault Assault Burglary Larceny MVT Arson Protection Offenses

Steilacoom Police Department 12 0 0 1 9 30 1 1 0 0 8 50


Sumner Police Department 12 1 0 0 12 64 0 3 0 0 36 116
Tacoma Police Department 12 1 26 13 430 2,275 146 166 20 4 822 3,903
University Place Police Department 12 1 2 0 29 135 10 11 1 0 69 258
Pierce County Total 216 13 67 23 1,075 5,555 299 338 45 6 2,184 9,605

San Juan County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 3 57 0 1 0 0 18 79


San Juan County Total 12 0 0 0 3 57 0 1 0 0 18 79

Anacortes Police Department 12 0 1 0 8 91 2 2 0 0 22 126


Burlington Police Department 12 0 0 0 2 83 2 0 0 0 15 102
Mount Vernon Police Department 12 1 2 0 14 212 1 1 0 0 77 308
Sedro Wooley Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 79 0 0 0 0 13 92
Skagit County Sheriff's Office 12 0 2 1 28 174 11 1 0 0 95 312
Swinomish Tribal Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 21 0 5 0 0 5 32
Skagit County Total 72 1 5 1 53 660 16 9 0 0 227 972

North Bonneville Police Department 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Skamania County Sheriff's Office 12 1 2 0 5 41 0 0 0 0 2 51
Skamania County Total 20 1 2 0 5 41 0 0 0 0 2 51

Arlington Police Department 12 0 1 0 6 104 2 0 0 0 0 113


Brier Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 17 1 4 1 0 2 26
Edmonds Police Department 12 0 0 0 21 124 1 1 1 0 61 209
Everett Police Department 12 0 10 9 101 897 24 37 1 1 426 1,506
Granite Falls Police Department 12 0 0 0 3 28 1 0 0 0 3 35
Lake Stevens Police Department 12 0 0 0 8 99 1 0 0 0 0 108
Lynnwood Police Department 12 0 0 0 22 258 2 1 0 0 98 381
Marysville Police Department 12 0 2 0 15 218 1 0 0 0 56 292
Mill Creek Police Department 12 0 0 2 7 50 6 8 1 0 0 74
Monroe Police Department 12 0 1 0 12 58 1 4 0 0 0 76
Mountlake Terrace Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 98 0 0 0 0 36 134
Mukilteo Police Department 12 0 0 0 2 65 2 0 0 1 13 83
Snohomish County Sheriff's Office 11 6 9 1 125 1,114 15 3 0 0 256 1,529
Snohomish Police Department 12 0 1 0 11 57 4 15 0 0 0 88
Stanwood Police Department 12 0 0 0 3 29 1 0 0 0 3 36
Sultan Police Department 12 0 0 1 6 30 0 0 0 0 7 44
Woodway Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Snohomish County Total 203 6 24 13 343 3,246 62 73 4 2 961 4,734

Airway Heights Police Department 12 0 0 0 3 49 0 0 0 0 16 68


Cheney Police Department 12 0 0 0 9 59 0 2 0 0 20 90
Eastern Washington University Police 12 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Liberty Lake Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 20 0 0 0 0 0 21
Medical Lake Police Department 5 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 10
Spokane County Sheriff's Office 12 1 0 0 67 290 4 0 0 1 88 451
Spokane Police Department 12 0 0 7 195 1,806 24 4 0 0 952 2,988
Spokane Valley Police Department 12 1 0 2 68 283 9 40 2 0 125 530
Spokane County Total 89 2 0 9 343 2,518 37 46 2 1 1,201 4,159

Chewelah Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 2 11


Colville Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 38 0 0 0 0 8 46
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TABLE 21 (Cont'd)
Domestic Violence Offenses
For the year of 2009

Months Agg. Simple Viol. of Total


AGENCY Reported Murder Rape Robbery Assault Assault Burglary Larceny MVT Arson Protection Offenses

Kettle Falls Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 5


Stevens County Sheriff's Office 12 1 0 1 0 80 0 1 0 0 47 130
Stevens County Total 48 1 0 1 0 131 0 1 0 0 58 192

Evergreen St. College P.D. 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Lacey Police Department 12 0 1 0 18 205 2 0 0 0 0 226
Nisqually Tribal Police Department 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 4
Olympia Police Department 12 0 0 1 11 192 3 2 0 0 76 285
Rainier Police Department 12 0 0 0 3 14 0 0 0 0 0 17
Tenino Police Department 12 0 0 0 4 33 0 0 0 0 2 39
Thurston County Sheriff's Office 12 1 0 0 71 529 0 0 0 0 0 601
Tumwater Police Department 12 0 0 0 8 85 0 0 0 0 13 106
Yelm Police Department 12 0 0 0 2 44 0 0 0 0 0 46
Thurston County Total 99 1 1 1 117 1,105 5 2 0 0 92 1,324

Wahkiakum County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 2 13 1 0 0 0 4 20


Wahkiakum County Total 12 0 0 0 2 13 1 0 0 0 4 20

College Place Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 51 1 0 0 0 4 56


Walla Walla County Sheriff's Office 12 0 1 0 2 55 0 0 0 0 0 58
Walla Walla Police Department 12 0 8 1 15 151 6 10 1 0 74 266
Walla Walla County Total 36 0 9 1 17 257 7 10 1 0 78 380

Bellingham Police Department 12 0 11 0 23 221 14 16 4 1 181 471


Blaine Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 0 37 60
Everson Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 13 0 0 0 0 0 14
Ferndale Police Department 12 1 0 2 0 55 2 0 1 0 29 90
Lummi Tribal Police Department 12 1 3 1 23 108 0 2 0 0 0 138
Lynden Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 26 2 14 0 0 9 52
Nooksack Tribal Police Department 12 0 0 0 5 4 0 0 0 0 0 9
Sumas Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 12
Western Washington University Polic 12 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 4
Whatcom County Sheriff's Office 12 1 4 0 23 211 0 0 1 1 168 409
Whatcom County Total 120 3 18 3 77 674 18 32 6 2 426 1,259

Colfax Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 7


Garfield Police Department 7 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2
Oakesdale Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3
Palouse Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2
Pullman Police Department 12 0 1 0 6 44 5 2 0 0 0 58
Rosalia Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Washington State University 12 0 0 0 0 7 1 0 0 0 0 8
Whitman County Sheriff's Office 12 0 0 0 1 32 1 0 0 0 0 34
Whitman County Total 91 0 1 0 7 96 7 2 0 0 1 114

Grandview Police Department 12 1 0 0 0 54 3 0 1 0 22 81


Granger Police Department 12 1 0 0 1 19 1 0 0 0 8 30
Mabton Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 12 1 0 0 0 1 14
Moxee City Police Department 12 0 0 0 1 11 1 0 0 0 2 15
Selah Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 26 0 0 0 0 0 26
Sunnyside Police Department 12 0 0 0 7 25 0 0 0 0 23 55
Tieton Police Department 12 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 8
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TABLE 21 (Cont'd)
Domestic Violence Offenses
For the year of 2009

Months Agg. Simple Viol. of Total


AGENCY Reported Murder Rape Robbery Assault Assault Burglary Larceny MVT Arson Protection Offenses

Toppenish Police Department 12 0 0 1 1 98 3 1 0 0 21 125


Union Gap Police Department 12 0 1 0 0 77 0 0 0 1 31 110
Wapato Police Department 12 0 0 0 2 74 1 1 0 0 20 98
Yakima County Sheriff's Office 12 3 0 0 14 335 10 15 1 0 128 506
Yakima Police Department 9 1 8 3 52 628 30 53 12 1 402 1,190
Zillah Police Department 12 0 0 0 0 14 2 1 0 0 8 25
Yakima County Total 153 6 10 4 78 1,379 52 71 14 2 667 2,283

Statewide Total 2,896 57 340 129 4,202 30,304 844 1,009 125 26 11,150 48,186

Domestic violence data collected from 244 participating agencies.


* Simple Assault and Violation of Protection Orders are not considered Part 1 Crimes.

NON-REPORTING AGENCIES

Chehalis Tribal Shoalwater Bay Tribal


Colton PD Skok omish Tribal
Colville Tribal Spokane Tribal
Elmer City PD Springdale PD
Hoh Tribal Squaxin Tribal
Lower Elwha Tribal Suquamish Tribal
Makah Tribal Tulalip Tribal
Mattawa PD Uniontown PD
Orting PD Upper Skagit Tribal
Pt-No-Pt Tribal Vader PD
Puyallup Tribal Warden PD
Quileute Tribal Yakima Nation Tribal
Quinault Tribal

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Table 22
2009 Murders With Domestic Violence Relationships

Relationship of
Victim to
Agency Month Victim Offender Offender Weapon Circumstance

Clallam County
PORT ANGELES P.D. Jan NB-MU 16-FW Son Drowning Other

Clark County
VANCOUVER P.D. Feb 53-FW 47-MW Sister Knife/Cutting Instr. Other

Dec 34-FW 47-MW Wife Handgun Other

Grant County
GRANT CO. S.O. Jan 51-MB 44-FB Boyfriend Knife/Cutting Instr. Other Arguments

King County
AUBURN P.D. Feb 20-FI 19-MI Girlfriend Personal Weapons Other

Jul 50-FA 51-MA Wife Personal Weapons Other

Aug 15-FI 35-MI Daughter Personal Weapons Other

BELLEVUE P.D. Aug 39-FA 39-MW Girlfriend Personal Weapons Other Arguments

FEDERAL WAY P.D. Apr NB-FW 14-FW Daughter Asphyxiation Other

Jun 24-MW 21-MW Friend Knife/Cutting Instr. Other Arguments

63-FW 63-MW Wife Personal Weapons Brawl-Influence/Alcohol

KING CO. S.O. Feb 67-FW 43-MW Mother Knife/Cutting Instr. Other

66-MW 43-MW Father Knife/Cutting Instr. Other

Jun 88-FW 41-MW Mother Other/Type Unknown Other

Aug 19-FB 19-MB Girlfriend Handgun Other

SEATTLE P.D. Feb 72-FW 20-MB Other Family Personal Weapons Other Arguments

Aug 55-MA 29-MA Father Handgun Other

Dec 49-FB 53-MB Girlfriend Knife/Cutting Instr. Other Arguments

BB-FW 29-MW Daughter Handgun Other Arguments

28-FW 29-MW Girlfriend Handgun Other Arguments

Key: Age=1-99; NB=up to 1 week old; BB=1 week to 12 mo.; M=Male; F=Female; W=White; B=Black; I=Amer. Indian; A=Asian/Pac.
Islander

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Table 22
2009 Murders With Domestic Violence Relationships

Relationship of
Victim to
Agency Month Victim Offender Offender Weapon Circumstance

Klickitat County
KLICKITAT CO. S.O. Jun 41-MW 46-FW Boyfriend Handgun Other

Lewis County
LEWIS CO. S.O. Apr 52-FW 61-MW Girlfriend Rifle Other

Pacific County
LONG BEACH P.D. Sep 45-FW 47-MW Girlfriend Shotgun Other

Pierce County
PIERCE CO. S.O. Mar 52-FW 52-MW Wife Knife/Cutting Instr. Other

33-FW 52-MW Stepdaughter Knife/Cutting Instr. Other

Apr 07-MI 34-MI Son Rifle Other

16-FI 34-MI Daughter Rifle Other

14-FI 34-MI Daughter Rifle Other

12-FI 34-MI Daughter Rifle Other

09-FI 34-MI Daughter Rifle Other

May BB-FA 37-MA Daughter Personal Weapons Other

61-MW 41-FB Boyfriend Handgun Other Arguments

Dec 29-FW 26-MW Girlfriend Handgun Lover's Triangle

SUMNER P.D. Feb 60-FW 20-FW Mother Knife/Cutting Instr. Other Arguments

TACOMA P.D. Mar 33-FB 16-FB Mother Knife/Cutting Instr. Other

UNIVERSITY PLACE P.D. Jul 62-FB 23-MB Other Family Other/Type Unknown Other

Skagit County
MOUNT VERNON P.D. Jul 02-FB 25-MB Other Family Personal Weapons Other

Skamania County
SKAMANIA CO. S.O. May 32-FW 34-MW Wife Shotgun Other

Key: Age=1-99; NB=up to 1 week old; BB=1 week to 12 mo.; M=Male; F=Female; W=White; B=Black; I=Amer. Indian; A=Asian/Pac.
Islander

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Table 22
2009 Murders With Domestic Violence Relationships

Relationship of
Victim to
Agency Month Victim Offender Offender Weapon Circumstance

Snohomish County
SNOHOMISH CO. S.O. Apr 60-FW 28-MW Mother Knife/Cutting Instr. Other

Aug 28-MB 25-FB Boyfriend Knife/Cutting Instr. Other Arguments

Sep 27-FA 31-MA Girlfriend Handgun Other

Oct 60-MW 61-MW Brother Blunt Object Other Arguments

Dec 88-MW 56-MW Father Personal Weapons Other Arguments

52-MW 47-MW Brother Rifle Other Arguments

Spokane County
SPOKANE CO. S.O. Dec 43-FW 46-MW Wife Knife/Cutting Instr. Other

SPOKANE VALLEY P.D. Aug 33-FW 19-MW Girlfriend Knife/Cutting Instr. Other

Stevens County
STEVENS CO. S.O. Oct 53-FW 68-MW Wife Handgun Other

Thurston County
THURSTON CO. S.O. Sep 43-FW 54-MU Girlfriend Shotgun Other

Whatcom County
FERNDALE P.D. Mar 24-FW 27-MW Girlfriend Blunt Object Other

LUMMI TRIBAL P.D. Jun 62-FI 46-MW Common-Law Wife Personal Weapons Other

WHATCOM CO. S.O. Aug BB-MW 42-MW Son Personal Weapons Other

Yakima County
GRANDVIEW P.D. Dec 16-FW 17-MW Girlfriend Knife/Cutting Instr. Other

GRANGER P.D. Feb 49-FW 64-MW Girlfriend Handgun Other

YAKIMA CO. S.O. Feb 38-MW 22-MW Homosexual Relationship Handgun Other

49-FW 64-MW Girlfriend Handgun Other

Jul 40-FW 34-MW Common-Law Wife Handgun Other

Key: Age=1-99; NB=up to 1 week old; BB=1 week to 12 mo.; M=Male; F=Female; W=White; B=Black; I=Amer. Indian; A=Asian/Pac.
Islander

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Table 22
2009 Murders With Domestic Violence Relationships

Relationship of
Victim to
Agency Month Victim Offender Offender Weapon Circumstance

YAKIMA P.D. Sep 34-MW 34-FW Husband Knife/Cutting Instr. Other

Key: Age=1-99; NB=up to 1 week old; BB=1 week to 12 mo.; M=Male; F=Female; W=White; B=Black; I=Amer. Indian; A=Asian/Pac.
Islander

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Hate Crime

Hate crimes are not separate, distinct offenses, but rather


traditional crimes motivated by the offender's bias. This data is
derived from quarterly hate crime reports submitted by
Washington State law enforcement agencies.

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Hate Bias

Introduction

In response to the passage of the Hate Crime Statistics Act of 1990, the Washington State
Legislature directed every law enforcement agency within Washington to report hate bias offenses to the
Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs.
FBI reporting guidelines and forms are used and the data is forwarded to the FBI for inclusion in
the national statistics. In keeping with the Washington State Malicious Harassment Act, two additional
motivational categories were added for our state: anti-disability (physical, mental, sensory), and anti-
gender (male and female). Hate crime offenses with an anti-handicap or anti-gender motivation are not
forwarded to the FBI.

Determining the prevalence of hate crime is an important responsibility for the entire law
enforcement community. Tremendous interest has been shown by the general public, law enforcement
agencies, legislative bodies, human interest groups, and others relative to the collection of hate crime
data.

The commitment of Washington State law enforcement is the key to the success of Washington
State’s hate crime data collection program. Without law enforcement’s active participation in the
collection of these statistics, this report would not be possible.

Hate Crime Definition and Methodology

The Washington State Hate Crime Malicious Harassment Act defines hate crime as criminal
offenses that manifest evidence motivated by the offender's bias against the victim's race, religion,
ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability or gender.

Because of the difficulty of ascertaining the offender's subjective motivation, bias is reported
when the law enforcement investigation reveals sufficient objective facts to lead a reasonable person to
conclude that the offender's actions were motivated, in whole or in part, by bias.

Hate crimes are not separate, distinct offenses, but rather traditional crimes motivated by the
offender's bias. The eleven offenses collected in the Hate Crime reporting program are the eight Index
offenses (murder, forcible rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft,
and arson) plus simple assault, intimidation, and vandalism. Words alone do not constitute an offense
unless the context or circumstances surrounding the words indicate the words are a threat. Threatening
words do not constitute an offense if it is apparent to the victim that the person does not have the ability to
carry out the threat.

A hate crime incident can involve more than one offense, victim, and/or offender. For counting
purposes, one offense is counted for each victim of a crime against a person, and one offense is counted
for each distinct incident of a crime against property, regardless of the numbers of victims.

Following a calendar quarter, law enforcement agencies submit a Hate Crime Incident Report for
each bias-motivated incident and a summary report for the quarter. If there were no hate crime incidents
during a quarter, the agency still reports the summary that will show there were no hate crime incidents.

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2009 HATE BIAS CRIME

Volume
During 2009, 211 bias motivated criminal incidents were reported by 262 law enforcement agencies
in 39 counties. The 211 incidents involved 292 separate offenses, 312 victims, and 179 known offenders. It
is important to remember that there can be more than one offense within a single incident.

2008 2009 % of Change


Reported Incidents 236 211 -11%
Reported Victims 335 312 -7%
Reported Known Offenders 211 179 -15%
Reported Offenses 318 292 -8%

Offenses
Crimes against persons comprised 70% of the 292 offenses reported during 2009. Intimidation was
the single most frequently-reported hate crime among all offenses measured, accounting for 49% of the total.
Following were vandalism of property, 30%; simple assault, 14%; aggravated assault, 6%; rape, robbery, and
burglary totaling 1%. There were no reported offenses of murder, larceny, motor vehicle theft, or arson related
to hate crime in 2009.

Offense Comparison
% of
Offense 2008 2009 Change
Murder 0 0 0.0%
Forcible Rape 0 1 0.0%
Robbery 1 1 0.0%
Aggravated Assault 16 17 6.3%
Burglary 2 2 0.0%
Larceny/Theft 3 0 -100.0%
Motor Vehicle Theft 1 0 -100.0%
Arson 1 0 -100.0%
Simple Assault 62 42 -32.3%
Intimidation 135 143 5.9%
Vandalism 97 86 -11.3%
Total Offenses 318 292 -8.2%

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Location
Residences/homes were the most frequent occurring location of bias crime in 2009. Following were
school/college, highways/roads/alleys/streets, and church/synagogue/temple. The remaining incidents were
widely distributed among other various locations.

LOCATION Location Comparison


% of Total
Incidents
Air/Bus/Train Terminal 6 2.8%
Bank/Savings and Loan 0 0.0%
Bar/Night Club 6 2.8%
Church/Synagogue/Temple 12 5.7%
Commercial/Office Building 0 0.0%
Construction Site 0 0.0%
Convenience Store 6 2.8%
Department/Discount Store 3 1.4%
Drug Store/Dr.'s Office/Hospital 2 0.9%
Field/Woods 2 0.9%
Government/Public Building 10 4.7%
Grocery/Supermarket 3 1.4%
Highway/Road/Alley/Street 25 11.8%
Hotel/Motel/etc. 0 0.0%
Jail/Prison 1 0.5%
Lake/Waterway 1 0.5%
Liquor Store 0 0.0%
Parking Lot/Garage 11 5.2%
Rental Storage Facility 0 0.0%
Residence/Home 76 36.0%
Restaurant 2 0.9%
School/College 31 14.7%
Service/Gas Station 3 1.4%
Specialty Store (TV, Fur, etc.) 1 0.5%
Other 10 4.7%
Location Total 211

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Washington State Hate Crime Trend
2000 - 2009

Number of
Incidents

300

279
250

243
236

200 222 211


201

175 177
171 174
150

100

50

0
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

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Hate Crime by Offense

Forcible Rape 0.3%


Agg. Assault 5.9%
Simple Assault 14.5%

Vandalism 29.8%

Intimidation 42.5%

Hate Crime by Motivation

Sexual Orientation;
17.0%

Ethnicity/Natl. Origin;
8.9%

Racial; 57.4%
Religious; 14.9%

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Table 23
Hate Crime Summary – 2009

Statewide Offenses
Murder 0
Forcible Rape 1
Robbery 1
Aggravated Assault 17
Burglary 2
Larceny Theft 0
Motor Vehicle Theft 0
Arson 0
Simple Assault 42
Intimidation 143
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 86
Total Offenses 292

Victim Types
Individual 198
Business 12
Financial Institution 0
Government 6
Religious Organization 12
Society/Public 7
Other 4
Unknown 0
Total Victim Type 239

Offenders’ Race as a Group


White 93
Black 13
American Indian/Alaskan Native 4
Asian/Pacific Islander 1
Multi-Racial Group 4
Unknown/No Known Offender Information 96
Total Offenders as a Group 211

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Table 23 (cont’d)
Hate Crime Summary - 2009

Motivations

Racial
Anti-White 11
Anti-Black 78
Anti-American Indian/Alaska Native 7
Anti-Asian/Pacific Islander 9
Anti-Multi-Racial Group 11
Total Racial Motivations 116

Religious
Anti-Jewish 15
Anti-Catholic 2
Anti-Protestant 1
Anti-Islamic (Muslim) 6
Anti-Other Religion 2
Anti-Multi-Religious Group 3
Anti-Atheism/Agnosticism 1
Total Religious Motivations 30

Ethnicity/National Origin
Anti-Arab 2
Anti-Hispanic 16
Anti-Other Ethnicity/National Origin 9
Total Ethnicity/National Origin Motivations 33

Sexual Orientation
Anti-Male Homosexual (Gay) 20
Anti-Female Homosexual (Lesbian) 8
Anti-Homosexual (Gay and Lesbian) 10
Anti-Heterosexual 0
Anti-Bisexual 0
Total Sexual Orientation Motivations 38

Disability
Anti-Physical Disability 0
Anti-Mental Disability 0
Anti-Sensory Disability 0
Total Disability Motivations 0

Gender
Anti-Female 0
Anti-Male 0
Total Gender Motivations 0

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Table 24
- 2009 -
Offense and Bias Motivations by Agency
TOTAL BIAS MOTIVATION TOTAL
AGENCY OFFENSE OFFENSES DESCRIPTION MOTIVATION

BENTON
Kennewick Police Department Aggravated Assault 1 Anti-Black 1
Simple Assault 1 Anti-Hispanic 3
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 2

Agency Total 4 4

Richland Police Department Aggravated Assault 1 Anti-Black 1


Intimidation 1 Anti-Hispanic 1
Agency Total 2 2

BENTON COUNTY TOTAL 6 6

CLALLAM
Sequim Police Department Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Black 1

Agency Total 1 1

CLALLAM COUNTY TOTAL 1 1

CLARK
Camas Police Department Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Black 1
Agency Total 1 1

Clark County Sheriff's Office Burglary 1 Anti-White 1


Simple Assault 2 Anti-Black 11
Intimidation 12 Anti-Asian/Pacific Islander 1
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 11 Anti-Multi-Racial Group 2
Anti-Jewish 1
Anti-Other Religion 1
Anti-Other Ethnicity/National Origin 1
Anti-Male Homosexual (Gay) 1

Agency Total 26 19

Vancouver Police Department Aggravated Assault 1 Anti-Black 7


Simple Assault 6 Anti-Multi-Racial Group 5
Intimidation 6 Anti-Jewish 1
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 9 Anti-Hispanic 3
Anti-Other Ethnicity/National Origin 1
Anti-Homosexual (Gay & Lesbian) 2

Agency Total 22 19

CLARK COUNTY TOTAL 49 39

COWLITZ
Kelso Police Department Simple Assault 1 Anti-Black 1
Agency Total 1 1

COWLITZ COUNTY TOTAL 1 1

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Table 24 (Cont.)
- 2009 -
Offense and Bias Motivations by Agency
TOTAL BIAS MOTIVATION TOTAL
AGENCY OFFENSE OFFENSES DESCRIPTION MOTIVATION

FRANKLIN
Pasco Police Department Intimidation 1 Anti-Multi-Racial Group 1
Agency Total 1 1

FRANKLIN COUNTY TOTAL 1 1

GARFIELD
Garfield County Sheriff's Office Aggravated Assault 1 Anti-Black 1
Intimidation 5

Agency Total 6 1

GARFIELD COUNTY TOTAL 6 1

GRANT
Moses Lake Police Department Aggravated Assault 1 Anti-White 1

Agency Total 1 1

GRANT COUNTY TOTAL 1 1

GRAYS HARBOR
Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Office Aggravated Assault 1 Anti-Male Homosexual (Gay) 2
Intimidation 2

Agency Total 3 2

GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY TOTAL 3 2

KING
Auburn Police Department Aggravated Assault 1 Anti-White 1
Intimidation 2 Anti-Black 1
Anti-Hispanic 1
Agency Total 3 3

Bellevue Police Department Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 4 Anti-Black 1


Anti-Jewish 1
Anti-Hispanic 1
Anti-Male Homosexual (Gay) 1
Agency Total 4 4

Burien Police Department Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Black 1


Agency Total 1 1

Federal Way Police Department Simple Assault 1 Anti-Black 3


Intimidation 1 Anti-Jewish 1
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 3 Anti-Homosexual (Gay & Lesbian) 1

Agency Total 5 5

King County Sheriff's Office Intimidation 8 Anti-White 1


Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 5 Anti-Black 4
Anti-Asian/Pacific Islander 1
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Table 24 (Cont.)
- 2009 -
Offense and Bias Motivations by Agency
TOTAL BIAS MOTIVATION TOTAL
AGENCY OFFENSE OFFENSES DESCRIPTION MOTIVATION

King County Sheriff's Office Anti-Hispanic 1


Anti-Other Ethnicity/National Origin 3
Anti-Male Homosexual (Gay) 2

Agency Total 13 12

Maple Valley Police Department Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Asian/Pacific Islander 1

Agency Total 1 1

Redmond Police Department Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 2 Anti-Jewish 1


Anti-Islamic(Muslim) 1

Agency Total 2 2

Sea Tac Police Department Simple Assault 1 Anti-White 1

Agency Total 1 1

Seattle Police Department Robbery 1 Anti-White 2


Burglary 1 Anti-Black 1
Simple Assault 5 Anti-Jewish 1
Intimidation 7 Anti-Islamic(Muslim) 1
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Male Homosexual (Gay) 6
Anti-Female Homosexual (Lesbian) 2
Anti-Homosexual (Gay & Lesbian) 1
Agency Total 15 14

Shoreline Police Department Simple Assault 2 Anti-Arab 1


Agency Total 2 1

Snoqualmie Police Department Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 5 Anti-American Indian/Alaska Native 1


Anti-Asian/Pacific Islander 1
Anti-Catholic 1
Anti-Protestant 1
Anti-Multi-Religious Group 1

Agency Total 5 5

Tukwila Police Department Intimidation 1 Anti-Black 1


Agency Total 1 1

KING COUNTY TOTAL 53 50

KITSAP
Kitsap County Sheriff's Office Aggravated Assault 1 Anti-White 1
Simple Assault 1 Anti-Black 1
Intimidation 3 Anti-Jewish 1
Anti-Female Homosexual (Lesbian) 1

Agency Total 5 4

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Table 24 (Cont.)
- 2009 -
Offense and Bias Motivations by Agency
TOTAL BIAS MOTIVATION TOTAL
AGENCY OFFENSE OFFENSES DESCRIPTION MOTIVATION

KITSAP COUNTY TOTAL 5 4

LEWIS
Mossyrock Police Department Simple Assault 1 Anti-White 1

Agency Total 1 1

LEWIS COUNTY TOTAL 1 1

MASON
Shelton Police Department Intimidation 21 Anti-Black 1
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Multi-Racial Group 1
Anti-Hispanic 1
Agency Total 22 3

MASON COUNTY TOTAL 22 3

PIERCE
Lakewood Police Department Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Other Ethnicity/National Origin 1
Agency Total 1 1

Pierce County Sheriff's Office Simple Assault 2 Anti-Black 5


Intimidation 12 Anti-Asian/Pacific Islander 1
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 4 Anti-Jewish 1
Anti-Hispanic 1
Anti-Other Ethnicity/National Origin 1
Anti-Male Homosexual (Gay) 2

Agency Total 18 11

Tacoma Police Department Aggravated Assault 4 Anti-White 1


Simple Assault 2 Anti-Black 6
Intimidation 15 Anti-Asian/Pacific Islander 1
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 4 Anti-Multi-Racial Group 1
Anti-Jewish 2
Anti-Arab 1
Anti-Male Homosexual (Gay) 1
Anti-Homosexual (Gay & Lesbian) 1
Agency Total 25 14

PIERCE COUNTY TOTAL 44 26

SKAGIT
Burlington Police Department Intimidation 1 Anti-Black 1

Agency Total 1 1

Mount Vernon Police Department Intimidation 1 Anti-Black 1


Agency Total 1 1

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Table 24 (Cont.)
- 2009 -
Offense and Bias Motivations by Agency
TOTAL BIAS MOTIVATION TOTAL
AGENCY OFFENSE OFFENSES DESCRIPTION MOTIVATION

SKAGIT COUNTY TOTAL 2 2

SNOHOMISH
Edmonds Police Department Intimidation 1 Anti-Black 2
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 2 Anti-Islamic(Muslim) 1
Agency Total 3 3

Everett Police Department Intimidation 1 Anti-Black 1


Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Homosexual (Gay & Lesbian) 1
Agency Total 2 2

Mill Creek Police Department Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Homosexual (Gay & Lesbian) 1


Agency Total 1 1

Monroe Police Department Simple Assault 1 Anti-Hispanic 1

Agency Total 1 1

Mountlake Terrace Police Departme Intimidation 2 Anti-Islamic(Muslim) 2


Agency Total 2 2

Snohomish County Sheriff's Office Intimidation 4 Anti-Black 3


Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 2 Anti-American Indian/Alaska Native 1
Anti-Asian/Pacific Islander 1
Agency Total 6 5

SNOHOMISH COUNTY TOTAL 15 14

SPOKANE
Cheney Police Department Simple Assault 1 Anti-Black 1
Intimidation 1 Anti-Male Homosexual (Gay) 1
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1

Agency Total 3 2

Eastern Washington University Polic Intimidation 3 Anti-Homosexual (Gay & Lesbian) 1

Agency Total 3 1

Spokane County Sheriff's Office Simple Assault 1 Anti-Black 2


Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 2 Anti-Other Religion 1
Agency Total 3 3

Spokane Police Department Aggravated Assault 2 Anti-White 1


Simple Assault 8 Anti-Black 12
Intimidation 27 Anti-American Indian/Alaska Native 3
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 8 Anti-Asian/Pacific Islander 2
Anti-Jewish 2
Anti-Catholic 1
Anti-Other Ethnicity/National Origin 1

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Table 24 (Cont.)
- 2009 -
Offense and Bias Motivations by Agency
TOTAL BIAS MOTIVATION TOTAL
AGENCY OFFENSE OFFENSES DESCRIPTION MOTIVATION

Spokane Police Department Anti-Male Homosexual (Gay) 3


Anti-Female Homosexual (Lesbian) 2
Anti-Homosexual (Gay & Lesbian) 1

Agency Total 45 28

Spokane Valley Police Department Aggravated Assault 1 Anti-American Indian/Alaska Native 1

Agency Total 1 1

SPOKANE COUNTY TOTAL 55 35

THURSTON
Evergreen St. College P.D. Intimidation 2 Anti-Multi-Racial Group 1
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Islamic(Muslim) 1

Agency Total 3 2

Olympia Police Department Forcible Rape 1 Anti-Female Homosexual (Lesbian) 2


Simple Assault 1

Agency Total 2 2

Thurston County Sheriff's Office Aggravated Assault 2 Anti-Black 5


Simple Assault 3 Anti-Multi-Religious Group 1
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 5 Anti-Atheism/Agnosticism/etc. 1
Anti-Hispanic 1
Agency Total 10 8

THURSTON COUNTY TOTAL 15 12

WALLA WALLA
Walla Walla County Sheriff's Office Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Male Homosexual (Gay) 1

Agency Total 1 1

Walla Walla Police Department Simple Assault 1 Anti-Black 1


Intimidation 1 Anti-Jewish 1
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Hispanic 1
Agency Total 3 3

WALLA WALLA COUNTY TOTAL 4 4

WHATCOM
Bellingham Police Department Simple Assault 1 Anti-Other Ethnicity/National Origin 1
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Female Homosexual (Lesbian) 1
Agency Total 2 2

Lynden Police Department Intimidation 1 Anti-Jewish 2


Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1

Agency Total 2 2

WHATCOM COUNTY TOTAL 4 4

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Table 24 (Cont.)
- 2009 -
Offense and Bias Motivations by Agency
TOTAL BIAS MOTIVATION TOTAL
AGENCY OFFENSE OFFENSES DESCRIPTION MOTIVATION

WHITMAN
Pullman Police Department Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-American Indian/Alaska Native 1
Agency Total 1 1

Washington State University Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Homosexual (Gay & Lesbian) 1

Agency Total 1 1

WHITMAN COUNTY TOTAL 2 2

YAKIMA
Yakima Police Department Intimidation 1 Anti-Multi-Religious Group 1
Destruction/Damage/Vandalism 1 Anti-Hispanic 1

Agency Total 2 2

YAKIMA COUNTY TOTAL 2 2

STATEWIDE TOTALS 292 211

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Table 25
Agencies Reporting Zero Hate Crime
For All Quarters in the Year 2009

ADAMS Franklin County Sheriff's Office Newcastle Police Department


Adams County Sheriff's Office GRANT Normandy Park Police Department
Othello Police Department Coulee City Police Department North Bend Police Department
Ritzville Police Department Ephrata Police Department Pacific Police Department

ASOTIN Grand Coulee Police Department Port of Seattle Police Department


Asotin County Sheriff's Office Grant County Sheriff's Office Renton Police Department
Asotin Police Department Quincy Police Department Sammamish Police Department
Clarkston Police Department Royal City Police Department University of Washington Police Dept
Soap Lake Police Department Woodinville Police Department
BENTON
Yarrow Point Police Department
Benton County Sheriff's Office GRAYS HARBOR
Prosser Police Department Aberdeen Police Department KITSAP
West Richland Police Department Chehalis Tribal Police Department Bainbridge Police Department
Cosmopolis Police Department Bremerton Police Department
CHELAN
Chelan County Sheriff's Office Elma Police Department Port Orchard Police Department
Hoquiam Police Department Poulsbo Police Department
Wenatchee Police Department
Mc Cleary Police Department Pt. Gamble S'Klallam Tribal Police Dept.
CLALLAM
Montesano Police Department Suquamish Tribal P.D.
Clallam County Sheriff's Office
Oakville Police Department KITTITAS
Forks Police Department
Hoh Tribal Police Department Ocean Shores Police Department Central Washington University P.D.

Lower Elwha Tribal Police Department Quinault Tribal Police Department Cle Elum Police Department
Westport Police Department Ellensburg Police Department
Makah Tribal Police Department
Kittitas County Sheriff's Office
Port Angeles Police Department ISLAND
Quileute Tribal Police Department Coupeville Police Department Kittitas Police Department
Island County Sheriff's Office KLICKITAT
CLARK
Battle Ground Police Department Langley Police Department Bingen Police Department

La Center Police Department JEFFERSON Goldendale Police Department


Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Klickitat County Sheriff's Office
Ridgefield Police Department
Port Townsend Police Department White Salmon Police Department
Washougal Police Department
WSU Vancouver Police Department KING LEWIS
Algona Police Department Centralia Police Department
COLUMBIA
Columbia County Sheriff's Office Black Diamond Police Department Chehalis Police Department
Bothell Police Department Lewis County Sheriff's Office
COWLITZ
Carnation Police Department Morton Police Department
Castle Rock Police Department
Clyde Hill Police Department Toledo Police Department
Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office
Covington Police Department Winlock Police Department
Kalama Police Department
Des Moines Police Department LINCOLN
Longview Police Department
Woodland Police Department Duvall Police Department Lincoln County Sheriff's Office
Enumclaw Police Department Odessa Police Department
DOUGLAS
Issaquah Police Department Reardan Police Department
Douglas County Sheriff's Office
Kenmore Police Department Wilbur Police Department
East Wenatchee Police Department
Kent Police Department MASON
FERRY
Kirkland Police Department Mason County Sheriff's Office
Ferry County Sheriff's Office
Lake Forest Park Police Department Skokomish Tribal Police Department
Republic Police Department
Medina Police Department Squaxin Island Tribal Enforcement
FRANKLIN Mercer Island Police Department
Connell Police Department

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Table 25
Agencies Reporting Zero Hate Crime
For All Quarters in the Year 2009

OKANOGAN SKAMANIA WHITMAN


Brewster Police Department Skamania County Sheriff's Office Colfax Police Department
Colville Tribal Police Department SNOHOMISH Colton Police Department
Coulee Dam Police Department Arlington Police Department Garfield Police Department
Okanogan County Sheriff's Office Brier Police Department Oakesdale Police Department
Omak Police Department Granite Falls Police Department Palouse Police Department
Oroville Police Department Lake Stevens Police Department Rosalia Police Department
Tonasket Police Department Lynnwood Police Department Whitman County Sheriff's Office
Twisp Police Department Marysville Police Department YAKIMA
PACIFIC Mukilteo Police Department Grandview Police Department
Ilwaco Police Department Sauk Suittle Tribal PD Granger Police Department
Long Beach Police Department Snohomish Police Department Moxee City Police Department
Pacific County Sheriff's Office Stanwood Police Department Selah Police Department
Raymond Police Department Stillaquamish Tribal Police Department Sunnyside Police Department
Shoalwater Tribal Police Department Sultan Police Department Tieton Police Department
South Bend Police Department Tulalip Tribal P.D. Toppenish Police Department
PEND OREILLE Woodway Police Department Union Gap Police Department
Kalispel Tribal Police Department SPOKANE Wapato Police Department
Pend Oreille County Sheriff's Office Airway Heights Police Department Yakima County Sheriff's Office

PIERCE Liberty Lake Police Department Yakima Tribal Police Department


Bonney Lake Police Department STEVENS Zillah Police Department
Buckley Police Department Chewelah Police Department
Du Pont Police Department Colville Police Department
Eatonville Police Department Kettle Falls Police Department
Edgewood Police Department Spokane Tribal Police Department
Fife Police Department Stevens County Sheriff's Office
Fircrest Police Department THURSTON
Gig Harbor Police Department Lacey Police Department
Milton Police Department Rainier Police Department
Orting Police Department Tenino Police Department
Puyallup Police Department Tumwater Police Department
Puyallup Tribal Police Department Yelm Police Department
Roy Police Department WAHKIAKUM
Ruston Police Department Wahkiakum County Sheriff's Office
Steilacoom Police Department
WALLA WALLA
Sumner Police Department College Place Police Department
University Place Police Department
WHATCOM
SAN JUAN Blaine Police Department
San Juan County Sheriff's Office
Everson Police Department
SKAGIT Ferndale Police Department
Anacortes Police Department Lummi Tribal Police Department
Sedro Wooley Police Department Nooksak Tribal Police Department
Skagit County Sheriff's Office Sumas Police Department
Swinomish Tribal Police Department Western Washington University Police
Upper Skagit Tribal Police Department Whatcom County Sheriff's Office

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Table 26
Non-Reporting Agencies
by County
2009

There were no non-reporting agencies


Glossary

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Washington Uniform Crime Reporting
Glossary

ACTUAL OFFENSE:
An offense which law enforcement personnel confirm to have happened.

ADULT:
A person who is 18 years of age or older at the time of committing a crime.

ALL OTHER OFFENSES:


State and local offenses not otherwise specified.

ARRESTS:
The act of taking a person into custody by authority of law to charge him or her with a criminal offense.
An adult arrest should be reported when a law enforcement officer detains an individual with the express
intent of seeking charges against this person for a specific criminal offense(s) and a record is made of
the detention.

ARSON:
Any willful or malicious burning or attempt to burn, with or without intent to defraud, a dwelling house,
public building, motor vehicle or aircraft, personal property of another, etc.

ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED:
An unlawful attack by one person upon another for the purpose of inflicting severe or aggravated bodily
injury. This type of assault is usually accompanied by the use of a weapon or by means likely to produce
death or great bodily harm. All assaults by one person upon another with the intent to kill, maim, or inflict
severe bodily injury with the use of any dangerous weapon are classified as aggravated.

ASSAULT, SIMPLE:
An unlawful attack or attempted attack by one person upon another in which no weapon was used and
which did not result in serious or aggravated injury to the victim.

BURGLARY:
The unlawful entry of a structure to commit a felony or a theft.

CLEARANCE:
The solving of an offense by arrest, or in some circumstances, by exceptional means.

CLEARANCE RATE:
Percentage of the total crimes cleared compared to the number reported.
Example:
a. Number of robbery clearances, 38
b. Number of total robberies, 72
Divide: 38 by 72 = .528
Multiply: .528 X 100 = 52.8
c. 52.8% clearance rate for robberies.

CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS:


Sub classification of the Crime Index, which encompasses murder and non-negligent manslaughter,
rape, and aggravated assault.

CRIMES AGAINST PROPERTY:


Sub classification of the Crime Index, which encompasses robbery, burglary, larceny (theft), motor
vehicle theft and arson.

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CRIME INDEX:
Classification of eight offenses selected for their seriousness, frequency of occurrence, and likelihood of
being reported. Includes murder and non-negligent manslaughter, rape, robbery, aggravated assault,
burglary, larceny (theft), motor vehicle theft and arson.

CURFEW AND LOITERING LAWS - PERSONS UNDER 18:


Transgressions of curfew or loitering ordinances pertaining to juveniles.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT:
Committing or attempting to commit a breach of the peace. Includes affray, unlawful assembly,
disturbing the peace, disturbing meetings, disorderly conduct in state institutions, blasphemy, profanity,
and obscene language, desecrating the flag, and refusing to assist an officer.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE:
Crimes committed by one family or household member against another; "family or household members"
means spouses, former spouses, persons who have a child in common regardless of whether they have been
married or have lived together at any time, adult persons related by blood or marriage, adult persons who are
presently residing together or who have resided together in the past, persons sixteen years of age or older who
are presently residing together or who have resided together in the past and who have or have had a dating
relationship, persons sixteen years of age or older with whom a person sixteen years of age or older has or has
had a dating relationship, and persons who have a biological or legal parent-child relationship, including
stepparents and stepchildren and grandparents and grandchildren.

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE:


The driving or operating of any vehicle or common carrier while drunk or under the influence of liquor or
narcotics. This includes operating a motor vehicle, engine, train, streetcar, boat, etc., while intoxicated.

DRUG ABUSE VIOLATION:


Transgression of state and local laws relating to the unlawful possession, sale, use, growing,
manufacturing, and making of narcotic drugs.

DRUNKENNESS:
Not applicable in Washington State (except on Indian reservations).

EMBEZZLEMENT:
Misappropriation or misapplication of money or property entrusted to one's care, custody, or control.

FORGERY AND COUNTERFEITING:


All offenses dealing with the making, altering, uttering, or possessing with intent to defraud, anything
false in the semblance of that which is true.

FRAUD:
Converting and obtaining money or property by false pretenses other than forgery or counterfeiting.

GAMBLING:
Promoting, permitting, or engaging in illegal games of chance.

HATE BIAS CRIME:


See Malicious Harassment

INCENDIARY:
Involving a deliberate burning of property.

JUVENILE:
A person who is under the age of 18 at the time of committing a crime.

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LARCENY (THEFT):
The unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property from the possession or constructive
possession of another or the attempt to do so.

LAW ENFORCEMENT EMPLOYEE RATE:


The number of employees per 1,000 inhabitants. Divide the jurisdiction’s population by 1,000 and divide
the number of employees in the law enforcement agency by this number.

LIQUOR LAW VIOLATION:


Transgression of any state or local liquor law except drunkenness and driving while intoxicated.

MALICIOUS HARASSMENT:
A person is guilty of malicious harassment if he/she maliciously and intentionally commits an offense
because of his/her perception of the victim's race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, gender, sexual
orientation, or mental, physical, or sensory handicap.

MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT:


The theft or attempted theft of a self-propelled vehicle that runs on the surface and not on rails.

MURDER AND NON-NEGLIGENT MANSLAUGHTER:


The willful (non-negligent) killing of one human being by another.

PART I OFFENSES:
Eight major offenses as defined in the Crime Index.

PART II OFFENSES:
All other crime classifications outside those defined as Part I.

PROPERTY CRIMES:
Sub classification of the Crime Index, which encompasses burglary, larceny (theft), motor vehicle theft
and arson.

PROSTITUTION AND COMMERCIALIZED VICE:


Committing or attempting to commit sex offenses of a commercialized nature.

RAPE:
The carnal knowledge of a female forcibly and against her will. Rapes or attempts accomplished by
force or threat of force are classified as forcible regardless of the age of the female victim.

REPORTED OFFENSE:
An act, which comes to the attention of law enforcement authorities as a possible offense.

RETURN A:
The form used by law enforcement agencies to collect data on offenses that become known to them.

ROBBERY:
The taking or attempting to take anything of value from the care, custody or control of a person or
persons by force or threat of force or violence and/or putting the victim in fear.

RUNAWAY:
Protective custody of juveniles under local statute.

SEX OFFENSES:
Offenses against chastity, common decency, morals, and the like, other than forcible rape, prostitution
and commercialized vice.

STOLEN PROPERTY, BUYING, RECEIVING AND POSSESSING:


Buying, receiving, and possessing stolen property or the attempt to commit such an offense.

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SUPPLEMENT TO RETURN A:
A monthly reporting of the nature of crime and the type and value of property stolen and recovered.

UNFOUNDED OFFENSE:
An act reported to law enforcement authorities, which, upon investigation, proves to be false or baseless.

VAGRANCY:
Offenses of vagrancy, begging, loitering (adults), vagabondage and being a "suspicious character or
person, etc."

VANDALISM:
The willful or malicious destruction, injury, disfigurement, or defacing of any public or private property,
real or personal, without consent of the owner or person having custody or control, by cutting, tearing,
breaking, marking, painting, drawing, covering with filth, or any other such means as may be specified by
local law.

VIOLENT CRIMES:
Sub-classification of the Crime Index, which encompasses murder and non-negligent manslaughter,
rape, robbery, and aggravated assault.

WEAPON OFFENSES:
Offenses and attempted offenses against weapons regulations. Includes manufacture, sale, possession,
or carrying open or concealed deadly weapons or silencers; furnishing deadly weapons to minors;
possession of deadly weapons by aliens.

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