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Never Forget

This week, on Wednesday September 11th alongside our Seattle Fire family and community we remembered those we lost 18 years ago with a memorial at the Seattle Center. We stand together to honor those who were killed on 9/11; both first responders and civilians.  We stand together, sharing each other’s… [ Keep reading ]

Back to School

#STOPFORTHEKIDS Seattle Public Schools started this week. Remember #stopforthekids Welcome Back We ushered in the school year at West Seattle Elementary where we welcomed the students back with Sebastian our tiny horse and high fives all around complete with red carpet. Cuttin’ Up with Officer Aaron Lucas Thanks to Officer… [ Keep reading ]

Safe Place Expands and Ride Along with SPD

SPD Safe Place Continues Expanding Governor Inslee’s Directive 16-11 The Governor’s Office, the Rainbow Alliance and Inclusion Network (RAIN) Business Resource Group, Office of Financial Management State HR Division and the Department of Enterprise Services have worked to ensure state agencies with public facing offices have the opportunity to be a… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle University Releases 2018 Seattle Public Safety Survey Results

Seattle University issued results for its annual Public Safety Survey. Now in its fourth year, this survey gauges attitudes around public safety issues, perceptions of police, neighborhoods and crime. Survey findings are used to support the Seattle Police Department’s Micro-Community Policing Plans (“MCPP”) initiative. The MCPP play a critical role… [ Keep reading ]

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 ]

Summer at Seattle PD

We’re always out and about in the community. Here’s a recap of what they’ve been up to lately. Always game for the kids Another year. Another chess tourney where the kids once again flexed their mental muscle. The Third Annual Chess Rumble took place this June at Van Asselt Elementary…. [ 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 ]

July Gun and Drug Seizures

Seattle police made a number of significant seizures of firearms and narcotics around the city this July: Officers arrested a 36-year-old felon armed with a shotgun after responding to a burglary in West Seattle on July 8th Police also arrested a man with a handgun and seized methamphetamine and heroin… [ Keep reading ]

West Precinct Community Appreciation & Precinct Picnics!

The Seattle Police Department would like to thank several people who helped the us to improve our services and address issues in the West Precinct this year. 2019 Outstanding Community Member: Bob Nale Bob has been actively involved in efforts to keep the Cascade Neighborhood clean and safe for the… [ Keep reading ]

It’s Picnic Time!