Crime In-Progress, or report suspicious activity. If you are in doubt as to whether an emergency response would be considered necessary, err on the side of caution, and dial 9-1-1
give location of emergency...Use simple words to ask help from police, fire, or medical help....This will NOT work while your phone is roaming. Use when Spokane County citizens cannot safely make a phone call, or for those who have hearing or speech disabilities...
First Call for Help (emotional crisis)
This is the Spokane County Crisis Intervention and Community Information Services. Call for immediate assistance to people in emotional crisis - domestic violence, relationship problems, substance abuse, thoughts of suicide, emergency shelter information, food or transportation, deaf and hard of hearing resources, elder relative resources, grief, and pregnancy. (a program of Frontier Behavioral Health)
If your need is NOT urgent, contact your:
- School Counselor (if you have school-age children)
- Mental Health Counselor
- Community Resource / Agency Case worker
- Church Pastor
Report a Crime (or possible crime)
Non-emergency, to make a police report. Report suspicious activity - a possible crime.
Anonymous Tip-Line - (Spokane County Sheriff)
Anonymous Tip-Line - (Spokane City Police Dept.)
Report any crime that is NOT an emergency, such as possible drug activity, gang activity, domestic violence, abuse, fraud, theft, etc. (509) 242-TIPS. An officer will call back to verify information and forward the complaint to the appropriate department within 24 hours; however, after the person has reported and verified the complaint, the caller can remain anonymous.
Receive Money for Crime Tips (800) 222-TIPS
Receive money for crime tips about Crime and Criminals. Crime Stoppers of the Inland NW - offers cash rewards for information leading to indictment
This SCOPE program encourages reluctant callers to provide information and remain anonymous. Call 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or submit a Tip Online at http://crimestoppersinlandnorthwest.org/
Spokane County Sheriff(509) 477-2240 Sheriff's Office
Front desk, M-F 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (excluding holidays) http://www.spokanesheriff.org (509) 532-9266 Crime Reporting Center
(509) 456-2233 Non-emergency.
Report a possible crime or suspicious activity.
Report online: http://www.crimecheck.org
(509) 477-6044 Crime Prevention Deputies
(non-city) Crime Prevention Office:
Spokane Valley Mall (west side), 2nd level, M-F 9 am - 8 pm
(509) 477-3352 Traffic Unit
(509) 456-4100 Washington State Patrol
Police Departments(509) 244-3707 Airway Heights Police
(509) 498-9235 Cheney Police
(509) 275-8777 Deer Park Police
(509) 625-4083 Spokane City Police
(509) 477-5980 Help line
(509) 625-4150 Traffic Safety
(509) 755-1140 Liberty Lake Police
(509) 299-5122 Medical Lake Police
(509) 477-3300 Spokane Valley Police
9-1-1 Abuse Emergency
509) 363-3550 CPS - Child Protective Services
(Spokane County) 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m./M-F. After Hours: (800) 562-5624. Free Intake: 1-800-557-9671, TTY: (509) 363-3567
(866) 363-4276 Washington State's End Harm If you suspect child abuse, they will take a report over the phone from you, and get the detailed information they need to begin an investigation. https://www.dshs.wa.gov/ca/child-safety-and-protection/how-report-child-abuse-or-neglect
(800) 422-4453 The National Child Abuse Hotline: (1-800-4-A-CHILD)
(509) 535-3155 Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery
2-1-1 Community resources.
Find Social Services, such as....food, housing, employment, health care, counseling, emergency shelters, rent or utility assistance, transportation, legal help, etc. Call Mon-Fri, 9 am - 5 pm, 1-(866)-904-9060 http://www.win211.org
3-1-1 My Spokane 311 - City of Spokane citizens only. __________________________________________________
Call Mon-Fri, 7am - 6pm. Services for Parks and Recreation, Utility Billing, Solid Waste Collection, Code and Parking Enforcement, streets, reporting a pothole, graffiti, or adding yard waste service. http://www.MySpokane311.org
(509) 960-7281 Community Help Line
- (Community Living Connections) http://spokanehelpline.org
Volunteers help the elderly
and people with disabilities
with a variety of living related issues, including snow removal.
(509) 477-6929 Abandoned Vehicles
(509) 835-4572 Block Watch
(509) 477-6914 Case Screening
(check the status of a report you made)
(509) 477-2592 Crime Prevention Center
(509) 327-5111 Crime Stoppers of the Inland Northwest.
Help law enforcement solve crimes. Receive a cash reward if the information you provide leads to the solution of a crime, an arrest, or a grand jury indictment of a felony offender. 1-800-222-TIPS http://crimestoppersinlandnorthwest.org
(509) 456-2233 Crime Check
to make a police report. Report suspicious activity - a possible crime. Report online at: http://www.crimecheck.org
email: firstname.lastname@example.org(509) 477-2274 Crime Victim Service Center
(Lutheran Community Services NW)
(509) 568-3123 Department of Corrections (Washington State)
(509) 326-2255 Domestic Violence Crisis Line (YWCA)
(509) 353-2964 Drug Enforcement Administration
(509) 477-4778 Drug Tips
Investigative Support Unit (to report a drug house/tip)
(509) 747-5195 Federal Bureau of Investigations
(509) 477-5980 Law Enforcement Help Line
(509) 477-4778 Narcotics Office
(509) 747-8224 SAFeT Response Center
(help for victims of trauma and abuse)
(509) 624-7273 24-hour Crime Victim Crisis Line
(509) 327-5111 Secret Witness.
PO Box 1205, Spokane, WA 99210
(509) 624-7273 Sexual Assault Crisis
Line ( 24/7 Crisis Services )
(509) 835-4592 Spokane C.O.P.S.
(Community Oriented Policing Service)
(509) 477-3222 Traffic Hotline
- Spokane County
(509) 477-3350 Traffic Hotline -