The following resources are offered at the Police Department/Public Safety Building (8701 160th Ave NE). Contact 425-556-2632 to make an appointment when required.
Adult and child bicycle helmets are available for $10 (cash only). Individuals wearing the helmet must be present to assure proper fitting. Helmets are sold at cost to replace inventory. Helmet fittings are typically done at our department, but we are currently undergoing construction. Here is a list where you can find us in the next few months!
May 20th- Redmond Bike Bash- Redmond Central Connector- 4pm-7pm http://www.goredmond.com/bikebash
- Redmond Police Explorers will also be available to register bikes into our
police database for use if your bike is stolen.
June 5th- Big Backyard 5k- Marymoor Park http://www.bby5k.com/
- We will also offer Free Child ID Kits at this event
July 9th- Redmond Derby Days-Redmond City Campus http://www.redmondderbydays.com/
Helmet fittings will take place before the kids parade, which starts at 10am in the Opportunity Building Parking Lot.
Helmets are $10 (Cash Only)
Ski/Snowboard helmets are available for $20 (cash only). Individuals wearing the helmet must be present to assure proper fitting. These helmets are provided at cost which is used to replace inventory. Appointment is required.
Child ID Kits
Are you prepared should your child go missing? Receive fingerprints, DNA sample, and a picture to help with identification. Appointment is required.
While we neither encourage nor discourage gun ownership, if you choose to own one please lock them. FREE locks are available at the main counter of the Public Safety Building courtesy of Project Child Safe.
Home Safety Assessments
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is based on the principle that proper design and effective use of buildings and public spaces in neighborhoods can lead to a reduction in the fear and incidence of crime, and an improvement in the quality of life.
CPTED’s goal is to prevent crime through designing a physical environment that positively influences human behavior. It is based on four principles: natural access control, natural surveillance, territoriality, and maintenance. Participants will learn the basics of CPTED principles and how they work; apply successful applications and techniques of CPTED to specific crimes; consider CPTED principles in plans to secure key public places, schools, and facilities; and conduct a community safety assessment using CPTED principles.
We offer Home Safety Assessments to assist in making your home less of a target. Please contact Nicole Rogers at 425-556-2632 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.