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Shots fired outside Community Center

On June 10th, at approximately 6:30 PM, South Precinct officers responded to a call of a fight disturbance involving fifteen males in front of the Jefferson Community Center in the 3800 Block of Beacon Avenue South.  As officers were enroute to the call, it was updated that 6-7 shots had been fired. … [ Keep reading ]

One-Day Community Police Academy

Interested in the ten-week Community Police Academy but can’t make the time commitment?  SPD has developed a one-day Academy!  The courses provided will be condensed and a hybrid of the regular ten-week sessions.  For those willing and able, we hope that you will consider attending one of the ten-week sessions.  For more… [ Keep reading ]

The Seattle Police Department is now taking applications for the Ten-Week Community Police Academy

Want to learn about being a police officer?  What is CSI?  What does I & R stand for?  What’s a DOA?  The Seattle Police Department is now taking applications for the fall Ten-Week Community Police Academy that begins Thursday, September 15, 2011.  Classes are held once a week for ten-weeks… [ Keep reading ]

Home invasion robbery in South Seattle

On June 9th, at approximately 2:20 AM, South Precinct officers responded to a home invasion robbery in the 9600 Block of 54 Avenue South.  Officers arrived and found that two separate residences had been robbed.  Officers spoke to both victims and determined that two black males, wearing masks and armed… [ Keep reading ]

Do you know this bank robber?

On June 7th at around 4:50 p.m., a man walked into a bank the 400 block of NE Ravenna Blvd.  He presented a note demanding cash and implied that he was armed.  The bank employee gave him money and the suspect left.  By the time officers arrived, the suspect had… [ Keep reading ]

Chief Diaz speaks at Wage Theft press conference

Earlier this morning Mayor Mike McGinn, City Attorney Peter Holmes, Councilmember Tim Burgess, Seattle Police Chief John Diaz and Casa Latina worker member Joel Coronado were at Casa Latina speaking in support of Seattle’s New Wage theft ordinance.  Here is what he had to Chief Diaz had to say: Thanks to everyone who was involved… [ Keep reading ]

Man stabbed during apparent Robbery

On June 6th at approximately 4:26 a.m. officers responded to reports of a man stabbed in the area of 4th Avenue South and South Lucile Street.  Preliminary investigation indicates that the adult male victim was stabbed in the upper arm during the course of an attempted robbery.  The unknown suspect(s) remain at… [ Keep reading ]

13-year-old Burglar caught after damaging middle school

On June 5th at approximately 3:49 p.m. officers responded to a middle school in the 8400 block of 30th Avenue Southwest after school security received an interior burglar alarm trip.  School security was able to hear banging and breaking glass, and eventually saw the juvenile male suspect inside the office area of… [ Keep reading ]

Burglary arrest in North Seattle

On June 5th at approximately 6:40 a.m. officers responded to a 911 call of a suspicious person in the 7500 block of Dibble Avenue NW.  Officers located the suspect, who was in possession of a red Honda generator, a drill set, and a UPS package addressed to a local resident (all stolen… [ Keep reading ]

Burglary, Theft of camera, suspect caught by officers

On June 5th at approximately 2:50 p.m. officers responded to a report of a strong arm robbery in the 700 block of East Pike Street.  Preliminary investigation indicates that the 52-year-old male suspect entered a private party at an art gallery in the 700 block of East Pike Street.  The… [ Keep reading ]