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City of Sumner Police Department
1104 Maple St, Sumner, WA 98390

Chief John Galle leads the Sumner Police Department, which includes approximately 30 full-time and two part-timeMore employees. There are two detectives, two sergeants, two corporal/patrol leads and 10 police officers on the force. The Police Department has a variety of specialized departments, including Animal Control Services, Victim Assistance and Investigations. Residents can sign up for email notifications on recent crime activity in Sumner. There is also a detailed crime map available for public viewing, available through CrimeReports.com and Google Maps. Crimes shown on the map include assaults, burglaries, theft and homicide.

In 2009, the Sumner Police Department responded to 17,261 calls, arrested 729 suspects and removed 78 impaired drivers from the roadways. Sumner police answered 9,640 911 emergency calls and conducted 4,175 traffic stops for speeding and truck route violations. The department processed evidence for 476 criminal cases and maintains evidence for 1,577 open cases.

City of Sumner
1104 Maple St, Sumner, WA 98390

Sumner's City Hall was originally built in 1935 and was expanded in 2001. The building houses most of Sumner'sMore government offices, from Community Development to Finance and Public Works. The Sumner Police Department, Mayor's Office, City Council and Municipal Court are all located in this building. The City employs approximately 110 staff members and is dedicated to improving quality of life for Sumner residents.

See a list of city departments here.

See a list of all city boards and commissions here.

City Council meets every first and third Monday of every month at 7pm. The council also holds Study Sessions with city staff every second and fourth Monday at 6:30pm. This is a less-formal meeting where they are briefed on new projects and review new policies.

Other government organizations, including the Finance Committee, Arts Commission, Public Works, Public Safety, Forestry and Parks, meet monthly at City Hall.

Visit the City calendar for more information and meeting times. The City calendar also advertises local community activities and events.

For non-emergency support services, including emergency housing, health and human services resources, the City of Sumner encourages residents to dial 211 for the Washington Information Network (WIN).

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