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Auburn Police Department

The Auburn Police Department is the City of Auburn’s primary law enforcement agency.  The department is divided into six primary divisions: Patrol, Investigations, Special Operations, Community Services, Records, and Inspectional Services.apd, auburn police department, auburn wa, city of auburn police

Chief of Police: Dan O’Neil
Assistant Chief: Mark Caillier

The Auburn Police Department is located at the Auburn Justice Center in downtown Auburn.
340 E Main St #201, Auburn, WA 98002

An unmanned substation is also located on Lea Hill.

Auburn’s Non-Emergency number is
 253-288-2121
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