Posts categorized under Tracy Clayton, Author at SPD Blotter

SPD Community Snapshots

An internship like no other SPD summer interns have been keeping busy. With classroom and in field exercises this is truly an internship like no other. Take a peek. Recognizing great work We continue to recognize great work both in the community and within our own ranks. Let’s spotlight just… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Night Out and More

We’ve had a busy summer out and about in the community. Here’s a recap of what we’ve been up too. Night Out There were over 1,300 events organized by community members like you taking place throughout the city. Here’s a glimpse of just a few. If you have photos from… [ Keep reading ]

SPD in the Community April 19th

Chief’s Awards In December 2018, Mr. Nelson heard a commotion in the hallway near his classroom and immediately ran to help. He witnessed a dog biting the hand of a student and pulling at her. The dog had apparently bitten several students. Mr. Nelson grabbed the dog by the scruff… [ Keep reading ]

SPD in the Community – March 1st

RIDE ALONG WITH CHIEF BEST Thank you Sunset Club for having me and listening to what @SeattlePD is doing around #holisticpolicing we are all in this together. pic.twitter.com/SAVQf1IOlx — Chief Carmen Best (@carmenbest) February 8, 2019 Welcoming our new African-American Advisory Council chairperson. #holisticpolicing pic.twitter.com/RGCVOWRPpe — Chief Carmen Best (@carmenbest)… [ Keep reading ]

Week in Review: 12.14.18

LEARNING FROM THE COMMUNITY SPD officers recently took part in the Chinatown International District (CID) Community History Institute. This program is an opportunity for our officers working in the CID to learn about the neighborhoods rich history directly from the people who live and work in the CID. SPD STANDS… [ Keep reading ]

SU Public Safety Survey, Quashed Warrants, Mexican Artifacts

Let Your Voice Be Heard: Take the Public Safety Survey Today The Seattle Public Safety Survey works to collect qualitative and quantitative data that gives insight to perceptions of crime and safety within each micro-community. The areas measured are perceptions of police legitimacy, informal social control, social cohesion, fear of… [ Keep reading ]

Week in Review: November 16, 2018

Ride Along with Chief Best Signing the @SPOG1952 contract today with @MayorJenny and @SeattleCouncil members @CMLGonzalez and @CMRobJohnson, as well members of the Chinatown International District community. Moving forward, looking ahead! pic.twitter.com/kMkIbk9VNR — Chief Carmen Best (@carmenbest) November 14, 2018 Great @SeattlePD roll call visit this morning! Thank you to… [ Keep reading ]

The Latest From SPD In The Community

CALLS FOR SERVICE DASHBOARD SPD launches new data dashboard for 911 calls, officer response times: https://t.co/c2hbgCii4j pic.twitter.com/HK7URhURpQ — Seattle Police Dept. (@SeattlePD) October 2, 2018 SWATTING IS NO JOKE The @SeattlePD 911 Center has a new process that allows Seattle residents to register their concerns about swatting. Swatting is the… [ Keep reading ]

Week in Review: September 7, 2018

DON’T FORGET TO VOTE Hey everyone, thank you for voting our #Downtown #Lipsync into the @USATODAY Final Four. Now we need your help to advance to the Finals. A vote for @SeattlePD is just two clicks away. https://t.co/dBXTKdgPvE — Seattle Police Dept. (@SeattlePD) September 5, 2018 HANGING WITH THE GLOVE… [ Keep reading ]

Week in Review: August 17th

Carmen Best Confirmed and Sworn In Today @carmenbest was sworn in as the new Chief Of Police https://t.co/JkhQNzvee0 pic.twitter.com/GSUZRhWgdd — Seattle Police Dept. (@SeattlePD) August 14, 2018 The Seattle City Council, in a unanimous vote, confirmed @carmenbest as Chief of Police for @SeattlePD during its meeting this afternoon. https://t.co/ArcyJHNxMs pic.twitter.com/R5lcwK4jSa… [ Keep reading ]