The Port Gamble Police Department is a "full service agency" that provides law enforcement and civil processing services to the Port Gamble S'Klallam Indian Reservation.
The Department consists of 12 commissioned officers and 3 reserve officers. We serve over 1,300 Tribal Members and residents of the approximately 1,700 acre reservation. The Port Gamble Police places a strong emphasis on community oriented policing for all residents and visitors.
The Mission of the Port Gamble Department of Public Safety is to protect Life and Property, to maintain order, to investigate crime, to enforce all applicable Laws and to assist community members on the Port Gamble S'Klallam Reservation while respecting the Culture, Jurisdiction, and Sovereignty of the Tribe and it's people.
The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe excludes persons who threaten the peace, health, safety, welfare, property and/or cultural identity of the Tribe.
Excluded persons are legally prohibited from entering the Port Gamble S’Klallam Indian Reservation, which includes The Point Casino, The Gliding Eagle Market and the High Point Cannabis Store.
Violating an Exclusion Order is a criminal offense, and will result in the criminal prosecution of the excluded person. The maximum penalty for violating an Exclusion Order is imprisonment up to 364 days and/or a $5,000 fine.
Harboring an excluded person is also a crime, and will result in criminal prosecution of the offender/s. The maximum penalty for harboring an excluded person is imprisonment up to 180 days and/or a $1,000 fine.
REPORT VIOLATIONS BY CALLING 9-1-1.
HOW TO CONTACT US:
The Port Gamble S'Klallam Police Department does not facilitate prisoner visitation or property drop-off or return. Please direct these related inquiries to the facility where the prisoner is being held.
Pre-trial prisoners are housed at either the Kitsap County Corrections Center or the Federal Detention Center in SeaTac.
Post-trial prisoners are housed at the Nisqually Corrections Center, the Chehalis Tribal Jail, or a facility within the Federal Bureau of Prisons.