City of Cle Elum



Contact Information

City of Cle Elum
807 W Second Street
Cle Elum, WA 98922

If you have an emergency,
call 9-1-1 immediately!

If you need to speak with an officer for a non-emergency after hours, call Kittcom at (509) 925-8534 or (800) 622-9924

Department Hours
8am to 4:30pm Mon - Thu
7am to 1pm Fri

Chief Scott Ferguson, Police Chief
(509) 674-2991

Cle Elum-Roslyn-South Cle Elum Police

Pride in Community

Mission Statement

The Mission Statement of the Cle Elum-Roslyn-South Cle Elum Police Department is to provide a quality of police service that is supportive to the needs of the community, and which operates on communication and trust with those same citizens, and provides those services with pride, Integrity and professionalism, regardless of race, gender, or social standing.

Message From The Chief

Welcome to the Cle Elum/Roslyn/South Cle Elum Police Department web page. Our department has the unique responsibility of providing police services to the cities of Cle Elum, Roslyn and South Cle Elum. As Chief of Police, I am honored to serve these three communities and take tremendous pride in being a member of this department.

No Law Enforcement agency can function properly and effectively without the public support and trust. This support and trust cannot be forced upon the citizens, but rather must be earned. The best way to earn the support of the public is through professional conduct on the part of Law Enforcement Officers.

In the past few years we have strived to reach out into the community to create stronger relations. We have attempted to achieve this through various community activities, youth activities, school activities and community meetings. This web page is another effort to reach out and open communications with the public we serve.

It's important for both citizens and police officers to realize that we are all members of the same community, and therefore share the same interests and concerns over a safe and healthy community. I am proud of the members of this department and whole-heartedly believe in their commitment to the citizens and visitors of our community. Being a police officer is a difficult and dangerous job, but certainly made easier when supported by the community.

I encourage any citizens who may have comments, complaints or concerns to not hesitate to contact me. My door is always open.


Scott Ferguson
Chief of Police