Police Department

The vision of the Mill Creek Police Department is to be an innovative, proactive, community-oriented police department. We commit to the constant and never-ending improvement of self and service. To achieve our vision, our mission will be to promote a strong and safe community by providing an unrelenting yet compassionate approach to law enforcement. The men and women of the Mill Creek Police department embrace these values daily as we tirelessly embark on our mission in order to attain our collective vision:

  • Empathy: We recognize the common thread of humanity that connects us to others. It is an essential building block of morality and we will always consider the impact of our actions in the execution of our duties.
  • Courage : We will conduct ourselves bravely in the face of adversity, and embody the noblest of character when challenged. We vow to protect the community, honoring the value of life above all.
  • Resourcefulness : We are committed to finding creative solutions to uncommon problems.

State of the Police
Join Mill Creek Police Department Chief Stan White as he sits down with local business owner Brian Trendler from LAF Tech to discuss some of our community's most important topics, including police staffing and presence, homeless populations, and what lies ahead for the Mill Creek Police Department.

Join our team, 
Up to $20,000 Hiring Bonus!
The City of Mill Creek, WA. is actively recruiting experienced, lateral police officers. The Mill Creek Police Department (MCPD) is a full-service police department that maintains 24-hour staffing and serves a community of about 21,000 people.

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Stan White
Stan White
Chief of Police

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Regular lobby hours:
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Payments will not be accepted after 4:45 p.m.

Lost pet?
The Everett Animal Shelter (EAS) holds stray animals for a minimum of 72 hours to allow owners a chance to find their lost pets. Animals on stray hold at the shelter are posted on their website