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Chief Best Nominated for SPD Chief, #LipsyncChallenge Reps the 206

Chief Carmen Best nominated for Seattle Police Chief I am honored to be selected as the next Seattle Police Chief. pic.twitter.com/zdQ1S3tnJG — Chief Carmen Best (@carmenbest) July 17, 2018 I wanted to thank all of you for your support. I will be announced as the next Seattle Police Chief. I… [ Keep reading ]

Interim Chief Carmen Best Nominated As Seattle’s Next Police Chief

I want to thank Mayor Durkan for this opportunity. She and I share the same public safety vision for moving Seattle forward, and making this the best city it can be for everyone. I’d also like to take this moment to especially thank the men and women, both sworn and… [ Keep reading ]

Challenge Accepted

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: July 6th

Celebrating 4th of July  Special Olympics 2018 Games The Seattle Police Department has been thrilled to continue supporting @specialolympicsusagames @specialolympicswashington ! See you at the games this weekend! #specialolympics2018 #spdinthecommunity #seattle #athletes #police A post shared by Seattle Police (@spdinthecommunity) on Jun 29, 2018 at 5:10pm PDT Let the… [ Keep reading ]

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 ]

Getting Ready for PRIDE, More Great Work, MCPP

PRIDE 2018 Hey #seattlepride revelers, check out this helpful map for Sunday’s parade. Includes parade route, locations of accessible seating, restrooms, and ?gardens! We are expecting upwards of 300,000 people – so plan ahead! #Pride2018 pic.twitter.com/G6DKoK1OVm — SeattleNeighborhood (@SeaNeighborhood) June 20, 2018 Great talking to @AlexRozierK5 and @dougdKING5 this… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle University Releases 2017 Seattle Public Safety Survey Results

Today, Seattle University issued results for its third annual Public Safety Survey. 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, which began three years ago and has been integral to… [ 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 ]

SPD in the Community Week in Review: June 7th

Great Work I want to commend the heroism of our East Precinct officers who intervened during a domestic violence stabbing earlier this year, saving the life of the victim and arresting the suspect. Honored to give them awards tonight. Pictured here with the entire watch. pic.twitter.com/FBe7hpASGT — Chief Carmen Best… [ Keep reading ]

SPD Publishes Community Engagement Program Report May 2018

Committed to building trust through community engagement, transparency, and accountability, the Seattle Police Department has continued to strengthen and expand its initiatives to actively engage the community as a partner in keeping Seattle safe and welcoming for all. In our, Community Engagement Program Report May 2018, which was filed yesterday… [ Keep reading ]