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SPD participates in 2011 Law Enforcement Torch Run

The 2011 Law Enforcement Torch Run will be coming through Seattle on Friday, June 3rd.  Seattle Police will receive the torch from Shoreline Police at 9:00 A.M. at Aurora Avenue North and North 145th Street.  The Seattle portion of the run will end at approximately 10:30 A.M. in front of… [ Keep reading ]

Barricaded suspect incident resolved peacefully

On May 25th at approximately 12:43 p.m. officers responded to the 12200 block of Park Avenue North for a report that a 61-year-old male subject was having a “manic episode” outside of his shared residence.  Patrol officers and on-duty SWAT officers in the area responded to the scene and made contact with the suspect at… [ Keep reading ]

Beach caught

Armed Robbery suspect and police impersonator  Michael James Beach was arrested by U.S. Marshals just after 3:00 p.m. today in Beaverton, Oregon.  He was unarmed and cooperative during arrest.  It is expected that he will be booked into a Portland, Oregon area jail and held for Investigation of Fugitive. While the suspect… [ Keep reading ]

Have you seen this Police Impersonator/Armed Robbery Suspect?

The Seattle Police Department is investigating two reported cases involving an armed robbery suspect who is representing himself as a plain-clothes police officer.  In one of the cases, he actually stole the victim’s car.  The suspect pictured has been positively identified as Michael James BEACH, 27-years-old.  He is approximately 5’10” tall and… [ Keep reading ]

March OPA Report now available

Read it by clicking here: Read the report

Car jacking suspect posing as a police officer in Central Area

The Seattle Police Department is investigating two reported cases of a suspect who is representing himself as a plain-clothes police officer.  In one of the cases, he actually stole the victim’s car.  On May 16th, at approximately 5:30 PM, a woman had just parked her car on East Barclay Street… [ Keep reading ]

Texting and Driving Safety Week at North Seattle schools

This week, officers from the North Precinct will be presenting a very powerful display to area students about the dangers of texting and driving.  The goal is to educate the next generation of drivers, and thereby reduce the number of accidents and fatalities.  This display will include the actual car that a… [ Keep reading ]

Chief Diaz Press Conference May 12, 2011

Here is a link to yesterday’s press conference.  http://www.seattle.gov/police/news/5_12_2011/default.htm

Women in the Military and Law Enforcement honored

Women of Power in Law Enforcement and the Military were honored today with a luncheon, held at New Hong Kong Restaurant, 900 S. Jackson St. The event was sponsored by Nordstrom’s, State Farm, Port of Seattle, Puget Sound Blood Center, Port of Seattle, Clear Channel, Era Living and the Seattle Seahawks…. [ Keep reading ]

Opening Day of Boating Season

Boating Season is nearly underway.   Especially during the summer months, it is important that the public is reminded of boating and swimming safety tips for water activities. Seattle Police personnel want to ensure the time people spend in the water is safe and enjoyable. The Seattle Police Department Harbor Unit… [ Keep reading ]