Tulalip Police & Fire Services
Tulalip Tribal Police Services
The Tulalip Tribal Police Services belongs to the members of the Tulalip Tribes and serves the Tulalip Tribal Community seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Your department has seven dispatch/communications staff that takes more than 120,000 phone calls per year, dispatching officers to more 12,000 calls for service each year and files more than 4,000 reports in Tribal, Federal and State Courts. Your patrol staff of 18 officers patrols all Tribal Villages, Communities and the City of Quil Ceda, while our six investigators complete follow-up investigations of all crimes, including drug violations. The eight Fish and Wildlife staff ensures that Tulalip Treaty Rights are respected and followed, including patrol of usual and accustomed areas, both on water and land. The department enjoys an excellent reputation as one of the premier Tribal Law Enforcement Agencies as attested to by reviews by the U.S. Department of Justice.
The Tulalip Tribal Police Services is dedicated to providing quality police services, emphasizing trust, integrity and respect for tribal culture and customs. The mission statement of the police services is to support through words, deeds and actions the vision of the Tulalip Tribes and, along with the tribal constitution, tribal elders, youth and Board of Directors, to support the treaties and sovereignty of the Tulalip Tribes.
Detailed information can be found at the Tulalip Tribal Police Services page.
Snohomish County Fire District #15
Snohomish County Fire District #15 (aka the Tulalip Bay Fire Department) serves the northern half of the Tulalip Indian Reservation from the Priest Point area to Fire Trail road. We respond to approximately 750 calls a year out of one fire station with two career firefighters and 25 volunteer firefighters.
Our station is staffed with three firefighters on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days per year. Like most other fire departments, 80% of our calls are medical emergencies, so all of our personnel are trained as firefighters and emergency medical technicians or EMTs. In addition, all of our rigs are outfitted with specialized medical equipment as is found in an ambulance, so the highest level of care can be offered no matter what vehicle is responding.
Fire District #15 also offers an array of other services such as water rescue, vehicle rescue and hazardous materials first response.