Check out the latest news and happenings from the Bellevue Police Department.
Detectives seek video, witnesses in Tuesday’s I-405 crash
A 29-year-old Federal Way man was booked into jail and faces multiple felony and misdemeanor charges after allegedly fleeing from an officer and crashing a stolen vehicle he was driving southbound on I-405 in Renton on Tuesday, April 18th at 11:30 am.
The Bellevue Police Department is proud to have been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) since 2005.
Free steering wheel locks for KIA and Hyundai owners
Bellevue police are once again handing out free steering wheel locks to 2021 or older Hyundai owners with key ignition or any KIA. Due to the increasing number of thefts of these cars, KIA and Hyundai Corporate have supplied a limited number of steering wheel locks to help protect your vehicle.
Increased patrols following burglaries
Officers are increasing patrols following a series of home burglaries in Bellevue and surrounding areas. Detectives are investigating at least 16 Bellevue burglaries that they believe are being committed by the same crew of suspects.
Hyundai/KIA Steering Wheel lock Giveaway
Attention KIA and Hyundai owners If you own a 2021 or older Hyundai with key ignition or any KIA, we have free steering wheel locks available. Due to the increasing number of thefts of these cars, KIA and Hyundai Corporate have supplied a limited
Public Safety Forum - Community Crisis Assistance Team & Eastlink Light Rail
Public Safety Forum Discussing the Community Crisis Assistance Team and Eastlink Light Rail
Safer Internet Day - Prevent Sextortion
Sextortion is real and it’s a crime. Bellevue police see an alarming number of juveniles who fall victim to it. It’s blackmail. The online perpetrator typically threatens to expose sexual images to get the victim to do something they don’t want to like send more photos or pay money.
Dangerous robbery crew arrested
Three prolific robbery suspects have been arrested and charged in a series of violent crimes throughout King County.
Procession route announced for Officer Jordan Jackson’s Celebration of Life Service
Plan for short-term road closures, traffic delays on Tuesday, Dec. 6