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OK, @NorfolkPD. It’s on. We don’t want to make an unruly mess of this video, so we will take some time to put it together. — Seattle Police Dept. (@SeattlePD) July 11, 2018

SPD in the Community Week in Review: June 29th

SPD welcomes Special Olympics National Games SPD officers joined the Torch Run over the pas few years, and have proudly carried the torch through the streets of Seattle in support of this wonderful organization. A takeaway from the recent public safety survey by Seattle University How fearful of crime is… [ Keep reading ]

SPD in the Community: Great Work, K9 Happy Hour, Data Driven and Precinct Picnics

SPD Safe Place: A National Model SPD Safe Place continues to be a national model. The Baltimore Police Department this week launched their own Safe Place program inspired by Seattle. SPD Analytics Program Measures Up Information Management magazine published an article touting SPD’s Data Driven Section. “The data is unprecedented… [ Keep reading ]

Honoring Our Own, More Than A Game, Cruising Into Boating Season

Law Enforcement Medal of Honor & Peace Officers Memorial Today we honored several SPD officers for their bravery and heroism and those that have fallen in the line of duty at the Law Enforcement Medal of Honor and Peace Officers Memorial. Officer Christopher Bandel Officer Joshua Vaaga Officer Brian Pritchard… [ Keep reading ]

Great Work, We’re Hiring and Puppy Love

Recognizing Great Work It’s always a pleasure to recognize great work! Dispatcher Knick from our 911 Call Center was off-duty when she helped police track a suspect in a fatal hit-and-run collision. Thanks for going above and beyond! — Chief Carmen Best (@carmenbest) April 23, 2018 I’m so very… [ Keep reading ]

Hi Felicia and We Love Comic Books Too

Meet Felicia Cross To learn more about SPD’s Community Outreach programs, click here We Love Comics Too Kiera Nagai is the winner of the Seattle Police Foundation’s Comic Book Giveaway. Officer Kevin Stuckey an avid comic book collector donated two Fantastic Four comic books — No. 52 and 53, which includes… [ Keep reading ]

Doing More to Save Lives, March Madness and Community Connections

SPD Expands Naloxone Program with Support from P.A.A.R.I.  Today the Seattle Police Department announced its receipt of a $5,000 donation from the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.) made to the Seattle Police Foundation to help continue efforts to expand its naloxone program. This donation will go toward purchasing… [ Keep reading ]

Connecting With Our Youth, Baseball, What If, and St. Patrick’s Day

Connecting With Our Youth We recently launched a mentorship, pairing middle school students with officers. The mentorship is part of the expanding Seattle Police Activities League (SEAPAL) programming designed to be a proactive, prevention-oriented strategy building relationships between youth, police and community. Click here for more information. SPD Launches SEAPAL… [ Keep reading ]

International Women’s Day, Students Stopping Gun Violence and A Visit From the Japanese Consul

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY This week we saluted women everywhere on International Women’s Day and highlighted a few of our very own. Chief Carmen Best joined with other women City leaders for a discussion hosted by Seattle City Light titled  “Women in Power: Press for Progress.” Panelist included Mayor Jenny Durkan, Deputy… [ Keep reading ]

Walking the Beat in the CID and Upcoming Boundary Changes

On January 24, 2018, Seattle Police Department is deploying a new beat map that adjusts existing boundaries in the West Precinct and East Precinct. This change will affect beats G1, G3, K2 and K3, and was made following a review of the deployment map at the recommendation of the Chinatown-International… [ Keep reading ]