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L a t e s t  N e w s


May 31, 2021

Happy Memorial Day!

From all of us at the Redmond Police Foundation, Happy Memorial Day! We hope you had a safe and happy holiday with your families.


February 25, 2021

Phone Scammers in Redmond, WA

We're getting reports from police and sheriff departments around the state that people are falling victim to convincing cons by people posing as law enforcement. The criminals are even spoofing the actual police department numbers and using names of real employees. Law Enforcement will never call and threaten arrest if you don't send payment.


November 13, 2020

Community Conversations with Redmond's Chief of Police

Light Rail and K-9 program (Explosive and Tracking K-9).

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September 4, 2019

New Redmond Police Chief Comes from Los Angeles Area

REDMOND, WA — The Redmond City Council on Tuesday confirmed Mayor John Marchione's pick to replace retired former police chief Kristi Wilson.


March 16, 2021

Community Police Academy 

The Redmond Police Department’s Community Police Academy is a 7-week program built to help familiarize the public with common police procedures, activities and investigative techniques.


February 24, 2021 

Redmond Police honor recently retired K-9 Remy's service to the City

REDMOND, Wash. - The Redmond Police Department is honoring K-9 Officer Dan Smith and K-9 Remy, who served our community with distinction, honor and integrity for the past 6.5 years.


May 29, 2020

Message from Chief Lowe

A message from Chief Lowe regarding the tragic death of George Floyd.


May 29, 2020

New Redmond Police Foundation to help citizens and businesses support local law enforcement

About six months ago, a group of concerned citizens in Redmond began talking about how they wanted to support their police department.

After approaching the Redmond Police Department (RPD), the citizens began working on forming the Redmond Police Foundation, a benevolent vehicle to support officers outside of the city budget.


March 4, 2021

Meet Redmond Police Department's new K-9 Unit

Redmond Police Department is proud to announce our new K-9 Unit working hard to keep our community safe. Officer Dan McNamara and K-9 Griff recently finished the required 400 hours of training to be certified and are committed to faithfully serving our City.


February 28, 2020

Law enforcement and mental health: Breaking the code of silence

It’s no surprise that law enforcement officers and other first responders are at a higher risk of depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder than other professions — and in greater need of diligent emotional self-care. 

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January 20, 2020

Form a non-profit to bridge the gap for law enforcement funding needs

Police foundations raise millions of dollars each year for the purchase of new equipment and development of officer wellness and community policing initiatives

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