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Sergeant

Don Eddy

Sergeant

Jeff Koplin

Police Department

OPD is made up of the Chief of Police, nine commissioned police officers, one code enforcement officer and two office staff. The primary mission of the OPD is to coordinate and lead the efforts within the community to preserve the public peace, protect the rights of persons and property, prevent crime and generally provide assistance to citizens in urgent situations. The department is responsible for the enforcement of all federal laws, Washington State laws and city ordinances within the boundaries of the City of Omak.

 

Patrol

The patrol unit is made up of six patrol officers, two sergeants and a detective who provide coverage 24 hours a day and 7 days a week including all holidays. The patrol unit is responsible for responding to all applicable criminal and infraction complaints as well as enforcement of city ordinances. Patrol officers also have additional specialized training and/or certification with specific duties assigne such as: Mobile Evidence/Property Van, Field Training Officer, Firearms Officer, Drug Investigations, Bike Patrol, Swat/SRT, Defensive Tactics, Emergency Vehicle Operation, Methamphetamine Labe Decontamination, Traffic Accident Investigation, X26 Tasers and others as needed.  

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Darren Duncan

Police Officer

Detective

Donnelly Tallant Jr.

 

Jerod Gavin

Police Officer

Andrew Bjur

Police Officer

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Code Enforcement Officer   

 

Gary Lewis is our Code Enforcement Officer.  He is responsible for the enforcement of city ordinances regarding Code Enforcement and Animal Control within the City of Omak.  He also maintains the animal shelter.   

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           The Omak Police Department continues to embraced the acronym 
                      O Organized P Professional D Dedicated in 2013 


 The mission of the OPD is to enhance the quality of life in Omak by providing police services by police officers who are trained to be organized, professional and dedicated to providing the safest environment possible in accommodating all people of all cultures regardless of race, gender, or social standing. OPD is to coordinate and lead the efforts within the community to preserve the public peace, protect the rights of persons and property, prevent crime and generally provide assistance to citizens in urgent situations. The department is responsible for the enforcement of all federal laws, Washington State laws and city ordinances within the boundaries of the City of Omak. 

 
        Services We Provided 

 Bike Licenses
 Cab Licenses
 Civil Paper Service
 Concealed Weapons Application
 Dance Permits
 Dog & Cat License Application
 Fingerprint Application

 Fradulent Check Report

 Notary Service
 Pawn Licenses
 Peddler Permits
 

Chief
Larry Schreckengast

 

Chief Schreckengast is in charge of the OPD and is the department administrator. The chief reports directly to the mayor and the city administrator. The Chief has the task of being in charge of the police officers and coordinates the affairs of the administrative staff. The chief and the sergeants are responsible for the overall operation of the department and oversee the budget and implementation of city policies and implementation of department policies.

Omak Police Department

8 N Ash Street

Omak, WA  98841

509-826-0383

 

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Shane Schaefer

Police Officer

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Brien Bowling

Police Officer

2nd Annual Wag N Run Splash

August 23, 2014 - 12pm to 4pm

Omak City Pool

A day of dog only swimming

Vendors, Food and prizes

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Marcos Ruiz

Police Officer

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