Chief’s message about policies and training
The Marysville Police Department has received a variety of questions related to policies, training, data collection, and numerous other topics as they relate to the video displaying the needless death of George Floyd in state of Minnesota. Like other Law Enforcement leaders, I welcome the discussions with our community to speak out against injustice as previously noted in my original community statement.
The Marysville Police Department values of Accountability, Courage, Leadership, Integrity, and Professionalism are in place as a foundation to assure our public of our mission to provide “Service with Honor.”
The information provided is a proactive step in assuring our public that we take immediate action to foster trust through transparency.
- Chief Jeff Goldman
Notice of limited operationsIn an emergency, always call 911!
The Public Safety Building is open to the public.
Jail visitation will resume Saturday, July 4. Jail services such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and church and religious activities are temporarily suspended.
This action is taken for the safety of our residents, customers. inmates and employees in compliance with Snohomish Health District direction to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.
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