Summary of Calls for Service by Type

Have you ever wondered what your police officers do?  What types of calls we get?  Which crimes are the most prevalent on Bainbridge Island?  If so, we invite you to take a look at a new feature we’ve added showing a breakdown of calls for service. Beginning with January 2020, we’ll be uploading a summary of calls for service each month.  If you have questions about what a call type means, or any other topic, feel free to drop us a line using the link on the right.

Calls for Service by Month and Type.

Please report cyber-scams to the FBI

The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) accepts online cybercrime complaints from either the actual victim or from a third party to the complainant. Be prepared with as much of the following information as possible before filing your complaint:

  • Victim's name, address, telephone, and email
  • Financial transaction information (e.g., account information, transaction date, dollar amount, and who received the money)
  • Subject's name, address, telephone, email, website, and IP address
  • Specific details on how you were victimized
  • Email header(s)
  • Any other relevant information you believe is necessary to support your complaint

Visit https://www.ic3.gov/

Do you have a crime tip?

Do you have information that could help solve crime?  If so, we want to hear from you!  Please consider taking a moment to REPORT your tip (you may remain anonymous if you choose to do so). Thank you in advance for helping us keep the community safe by putting criminals out of business!

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Stay Informed! Sign up for Nixle Notifications!

Do you know about Nixle? It's a free notification system used by the Bainbridge Island Police Department and many other law enforcement agencies nationwide to advise subscribers of road closures and detours due to vehicle collisions or other emergent issues. Sign up today on the Nixle website and get real time updates on your cell phone, email, or both. It's free!

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