Ellensburg Police Department
ELLENSBURG POLICE DEPARTMENT LOBBY IS OPEN REGULAR OFFICE HOURS.
Concealed Pistol Licenses
• CPL applications and renewals will be processed by appointment only. City of Ellensburg residents, please call 509-962-7280, or send us an email to schedule an appointment.
• To save time and continue practicing social distancing, we ask that you fill out your CPL application prior to your appointment, if possible. Go to the Washington State Department of Licensing’s website for printable forms.
• We value your safety and the safety of our employees, so Records Specialists will wear a mask, gloves, and eye protection while fingerprinting.
• CPL fees: $49.25 new application, $32 renewal, $42 late renewal, $10 replacement. Please have cash or check ready at the time of appointment.
Public Disclosure Requests
- We have 29 sworn officers who, together, continue to keep total property crime rates down
- Our Animal Shelter continues to reduce the number of animals needing to be shelter housed
- We are engaged with our community through National Night Out, Cop on Top, the Citizen's Academy and many other community-based programs @(Model.BulletStyle == CivicPlus.Entities.Modules.Layout.Enums.BulletStyle.Decimal ? "ol" : "ul")>
In the spring
The purpose of the Reserve Officer Program is to train and equip state certified Reserve Officers to augment full-time officers for patrol duties. Check back late 2019 for applications for 2020.
In the summer
National Night Out
Each year on the first Tuesday in August, this event is celebrated in communities throughout the United States. Join the Ellensburg Police Department for a free delicious BBQ from 6-8 p.m. August 3, 2021 at Veteran's Memorial Park on 7th & Poplar.
Cop on Top (view past flyer)
A partnership with Special Olympics, Cop on Top helps raise awareness and funds for local athletes with intellectual disabilities.
In the fall
The Citizen’s Academy is a program designed to provide participants a working knowledge of the Ellensburg Police Department. Classes and discussions provide a foundation where citizens learn about the duties and responsibilities of our department and the citizen’s role in the interaction of police. .
Coffee with a Cop
Gathering at various business hosts in our community, law enforcement officers meet with the community for conversation and coffee.
Cell Phones and Teens Talk
What every parent needs to know about the impact of cell phone use, technology and social media.