EMERGENCY: Call 9-1-1
NON-EMERGENCY: Call 3-1-1
The Ridgefield Police Department currently provides 24-hour, 7-day-a-week, 365-day coverage through its budgeted staff of six police officers, two sergeants, one lieutenant and the Chief of Police. We provide many services at the Police Department, including: concealed pistol licenses, fingerprinting, dog licenses, public disclosure request and found property information
Calls for service are dispatched to Ridgefield officers by the Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency (CRESA). For more information, see www.cresa911.org.
If You Have An Emergency, Please Call 911
Call 911 anytime you have an EMERGENCY when police, fire or medical response is required immediately. A good rule of thumb is – when life or property is threatened or at immediate risk, or if there is a good chance that a criminal can be apprehended, call 911. If you are unsure, do not hesitate to call 911. Assistance will be dispatched to the most critical calls first. Click here for more information about when to call 911 and what to expect when you call.
Plan ahead for an emergency, SMART911 is now available in Clark County. Sign up and add what you want responders to know in case of an emergency. To sign up go to www.smart911.com.
Call if you can, text if you can’t. Limited text-to-911 capabilities are also available. Click here for more information.
FOR NON-EMERGENCIES, CALL 311
To report non-emergency law enforcement related complaints, call 311. Using this line will help prioritize incoming calls at the 911 center and keep 911 open for emergencies. Click here for more information.
Citizen Ride Alongs
Ride alongs are available upon request but are prioritized toward members seeking employment with the Ridgefield Police Department and Neighbors on Watch Volunteers. If you are interested in a ride along, please call the main office number at (360) 887-3556.
116 N Main St.
PO Box 546
Ridgefield, WA 98642
Phone: (360) 887-3556
Fax: (360) 887-0930