After two Decades Mike Atwood Retires From Everett PD

November 30, 2022

Police Blotter

Word in on social media today from the police department in Everett, Washington that Sergeant Mike Atwood has retired after 20 years of service. Here’s the post.

Mike Atwood (l) with Chief Dan Templeman (r) Photo Everett PD Facebook page

Today marks Sergeant Atwood’s last day with the Everett Police Department, he is retiring after 20 years of service. In his time with EPD, Sergeant Atwood has served as a Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, Property Crimes Detective, Special Assault Unit Detective and has been a member of the Anti-Crime Team, Violent Offender Task Force, WSP Interagency Bomb Squad and Everett Police Department Honor Guard, among others. Throughout his career, he consistently performed at a high level and received multiple meritorious awards for his skills.

Congratulations on your retirement, Sergeant Atwood! We will miss your outstanding work here at the Department. We wish you luck on your next adventure.

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