Detective Mark Jamieson

I have been on the Department since 1994, working a variety of assignments. I started off working nights in Ballard for the first five years of my career. I’ve also worked on the Anti-Crime Team, learning how to work in plain clothes and serve search warrants; as a King County Drug Court Liaison; in the Homeland Security section; and worked during the World Trade Organization demonstrations in late 1999.

During my time with the department, I took the opportunity to go back to school, earning my Masters in Public Administration from Seattle University in 2007, when I also joined the Public Affairs Unit.

I am a native Washingtonian, originally from Anacortes. I became interested in public service, particularly police work, while attending and working at Seattle U in the early 1990s. After almost twenty years on the department, I still enjoy coming to work every day.

Detectives Seek Information on Person of Interest in Downtown Homicide

Detectives are attempting to identify a person of interest in a shooting that occurred at 5th Avenue and Olive Way on April 6th.  Through their investigation, detectives have learned that the victim may have been involved in an argument or altercation with another person just prior to being shot. Witnesses have described that person as a light-skinned […]
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Suspect Wanted in 2013 Westwood Village Pharmacy Robbery Turns Himself In

The suspect wanted in connection with a December 2013 robbery of a pharmacy at Westwood Village turned himself in to Burien Police last night.  He was booked into the King County Jail for Investigation of Robbery.  During the investigation, it was discovered that a very similar robbery of a pharmacy occurred in Burien a week […]
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Fatality Collision Investigation near Northgate

Detectives from the Traffic Collision Investigation Squad are investigating a fatality vehicle/pedestrian collision that occurred this morning near Northgate. At around 8:20 this morning, a green Ford Ranger truck was travelling southbound on 5th Avenue NE.  At the same time, a pedestrian crossing westbound at the intersection of NE 115th Street was struck. Seattle Fire Department […]
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SPOG to Raise Funds for Snohomish County Mudslide Victims, First Responders Today at Westlake

Please join the Seattle Police Officers Guild (SPOG),  the Seattle Police Pipes and Drums, the Seattle Police Foundation and Westlake Center today, Wednesday, April 2nd from 2pm-6pm for a fundraiser benefiting the victims of the Oso area mudslide as well as the first responders who have been working since the tragedy. This afternoon, members of […]
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Several Street Robberies in West Seattle, One Suspect Arrested, Another Identified

Officers in West Seattle are investigating two, possibly three robberies that occurred the last few nights near Westwood Village in West Seattle.  Officers contacted a group of possible suspects nearby and one adult was positively idenitified and arrested for robbery.  A juvenile female was also identified as being involved.  She was interviewed and released to the […]
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Bank Robbery on First Hill

Seattle Police are currently searching for a suspect wanted in connection with a robbery at the Key Bank in the 1200 Block of Madison Street.  The robbery occurred at about 11:40 this morning. The suspect fled the bank on foot.  Below are images of the suspect, taken from bank surveillance cameras.  Anyone with information on this […]
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Two Separate Street Robberies in South Seattle, Unknown if Related

Seattle Police  are investigating two separate strong arm robberies that occurred in South Seattle last night and early this morning. The first robbery occurred last night around 9:00 pm in the 4300 Block of South Henderson Street.  Officers made contact with the victim, a 78-year-old woman, who told them the following information: She had just […]
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