Bremerton Arrests and Warrants

Lookup Arrest Reports, Warrants and Jail Inmates in the City of Bremerton, Washington. Results Include: Arrests, Charges, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Inmate, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Public Records.

Bremerton Police Department

The Bremerton Police Department is located at 1025 Burwell Street, Bremerton, WA 98337 and their phone number is 360-473-5220.  Bremerton’s Police Chief is Steven Strachan and their city’s population is over 39,000 citizens.

The Bremerton Police Department has several divisions.  The Records Unit has the facilities for fingerprinting (jobs and licenses), traffic reporting (copies with identification provided), incident reporting (received with proper forms for public disclosure), background checks (jobs & government agencies), dealing with tickets (cleared at front desk), picking up property (appointments after identification & requests), concealed pistol licenses (after background checks & fingerprinting), and processing forms.  Furthermore, the Drug Unit takes care of narcotics and gang-related crimes committed in the area.  The department has the number 360-473-5217 for citizens who would like to anonymously report gang activity or drugs in their neighborhood.  

The General Investigations Unit has numerous crimes that are investigated by detectives; burglary, fraud, domestic assault, runaways, and sexual assault.  The Patrol Unit is split into two main division; Traffic Patrol and Special Patrol Units.  Generally, patrol involves officers who are the first to respond to a situation and deal with the scene.  Traffic Patrol handles investigations of fatalities and reconstructing the incident, as well as supervising specific areas, especially school zones.  The two Special Patrol Units are the Bike Unit and K-9 Unit which deal with crimes using their respective resources.

Many of the crimes in Bremerton are assaults and thefts; the department has many resources for preventing crimes.  The main jail in the area is the Kitsap County Jail which is located at 614 Division St MS-33, Port Orchard WA 98366 and their phone number is 360-337-7107 for Jail Administration.  The jail can also be contacted about warrants.  Patrol areas are specified and Bremerton Police Uniformed Patrol Officers are informed about the occurrences and trends in each neighborhood and community in which they are assigned.  

Online forms are available on the Bremerton Police Department website for asking the chief, receiving tips, traffic complaints, and reporting issues.  Property can be retrieved at the department by contacting first; keep your case number close for reference.  An online form is available for reporting issues, such as vandalism and nuisances.

Thursday, February 27th, 2020 at 12:30am
Be warned... K9 “Remy” and her handler, Officer Avery, are out there working hard with a mission to find and eradicate our city of illicit drugs...she was critical to today’s huge drug seizure! Nice work, Remy!
Wednesday, February 26th, 2020 at 11:38pm
Fantastic work today by our Directed Enforcement Team (D.E.T.) - traffic warrant yields 2.3 lbs of meth, an ounce of heroin and a stolen handgun!
Wednesday, February 26th, 2020 at 10:57pm
A 3rd ‘HIVE’ patrol is tomorrow, this time focusing on SR 303 & SR 304.

The goal is to raise awareness of our high collision volume areas by having the right resources in the right areas to prevent injury/fatality crashes. @BremertonPD @KitsapCoSheriff #PortOrchardPD #YourWSP
Monday, February 24th, 2020 at 9:28pm
Come and have Coffee with a Cop! Saturday, February 29, 2020 from 2pm-3:30pm... Starbucks @ 6th and Warren! Lookin' forward to seeing you all there!
Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020 at 6:11pm
Washington State Patrol, Bremerton Police Department and Port Orchard Police Department will team up tomorrow, Jan 23, for a 'HIVE' patrol on state Routes 160, 16 and 3 in an effort to reduce injury and collisions. Learn more:
Sunday, January 19th, 2020 at 11:24pm
Sad news today... Two Honolulu officers were killed in the LOD.... May they Rest In Peace...
Monday, January 13th, 2020 at 12:42pm
k9 Officer Avery doing what handler’s do -- cleaning up after the pup raids the line-up room garbage can. “Remy” looking cute right after the raid (she knows she's guilty) and the last photo is what pups do after raiding a garbage can😊(She’s passed-out cold).