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NO. 911 is for emergency and non-emergency calls. When you call 911, your call is assigned a unique number that can be used to record and track a specific event. You should call 911 when you have an emergency, when you need to report a crime, when you would like to talk with a police officer OR when you need a police officer to respond to a specific location.
You must submit a Police Department Public Disclosure Request.
Submit a request online for Marysville Police Department records, download a records request form, or contact the department:
Marysville Police Department501 Delta AvenueMarysville, WA 98270
Phone: 360-363-8300Fax: 360-659-7667Email: PolicePDR@marysvillewa.gov
To search inmates currently housed in the Marysville jail, please visit the Marysville Municipal Jail Inmate Inquiry.
Yes, fireworks have been illegal in Marysville since January 2017. If you have, use, sell, trade or discharge fireworks within Marysville city limits, you are breaking the law. People who violate the law are subject to a fine and possible jail time, depending on the violation. An exception to this law may be made for authorized public displays or as permitted by the Marysville Fire Marshal.
Yes. The Marysville Police Department maintains a Tactical Response Team (TRT) and Crisis Negotiation Team (CNT). These teams are made up of highly trained Marysville police officers who apply for these assignments as an additional duty to their primary assignment.