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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!

Horsin’ Around at Adams Elementary School

We along with the Seattle Police Foundation and Adams Elementary School students welcomed a new pony, Lil “Buzz” Sebastian to the Mounted Unit. Buzz was named by students at Adams Elementary School inspired by the mini horse on the NBC television show Parks and Recreation. Look for Lil “Buzz” Sebastian… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Police & Fire Departments Kick Off Red vs. Blue Blood Drive Challenge

Bloodworks launched the first-ever “Red vs. Blue Blood Drive,” today, pitting Seattle’s Police and Fire Departments (SPD and SFD, respectively) against each other in a friendly challenge to donate the most blood between June 17 and July 1. The city’s first responders know firsthand the importance of a strong, stable… [ Keep reading ]

Detective Cookie’s Chess Club Presents: Kids, Cops and Chess!

Police Week 2019

Police Week is an important time of year for law enforcement across the country. It is a time for us to pay homage to our brothers and sisters who made the ultimate sacrifice. They gave their lives for greater meaning, and served with honor, duty and courage. Police Week is… [ Keep reading ]

SPD Releases First of Two Reports on Disparity

The Seattle Police Department filed with the US District Court the first of two disparity reviews to demonstrate sustained compliance with the Consent Decree and further transparency into SPD’s policing practices. Under the Consent Decree, SPD has filed quarterly reports as well as reports on use of force, crisis intervention,… [ Keep reading ]

Mayor Durkan, Chief Best, and City Departments Announce Pre-Summer Emphasis Program to Improve Public Safety & Address Maintenance Needs in Seven Neighborhoods across Seattle

Seattle (April 30, 2019) – Seattle Mayor Jenny A. Durkan, Chief of Police Carmen Best and City departments announced today that based on community feedback and data analysis, the Seattle Police Department (SPD) and City departments will deploy additional resources and take immediate steps to improve public safety and address community… [ 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 ]

Chief Carmen Best to Serve as Co-Chair of the Law Enforcement Immigration Task Force

The Seattle Police Department is honored to announce that Chief Carmen Best will serve as co-chair for the Law Enforcement Immigration Task Force (LEITF). The LEITF is made up of 116 law enforcement officials from across the country. Task Force members are committed to protecting all members of their communities,… [ Keep reading ]