Public Safety Crisis The Seattle Police Officers’ Guild is disappointed that the Seattle City Council continues to be anti-public safety. Yesterday’s council vote that blocked any measures of recruiting and retaining police officers is another blow to our community’s safety and well-being. This vote comes at a time when Seattle is already facing historic crime […]
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KENT, Wash. — Confusion over the new statewide police reform laws has prompted urgent meetings between state lawmakers, police chiefs and sheriffs, including one set for Wednesday evening in King County. Police in Kent recently had a situation with a suicidal man who ended up taking his own life. Some of the officers thought they […]
SEATTLE — Seattle’s gun violence surge continues to grow with three shootings in one day. A 20-year-old man was shot in Pioneer Square Tuesday night. In GreenLake, a woman was robbed and shot in broad daylight hours earlier. The shootings happened just hours after the city’s interim police chief spoke out about the alarming spike […]
A federal monitor lists the damage from the progressive purge. SEATTLE – Across urban America the evidence is piling up that when you demonize police and cut their budget, you get more crime. The latest example is Seattle, where slashing the police budget has imperiled reform and endangered poor and minority communities. Federal Judge James […]
Vaccine Mandate for Seattle City Workers The Seattle Police Officers Guild believes that City of Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan’s announcement today ordering all City of Seattle workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by October 18th, 2021 or face termination is a mandatory subject of bargaining. Mayor Durkan’s timeline for vaccination doesn’t provide enough time for […]
SEATTLE — Following a deadly weekend of shootings in Seattle and an overall increase in gun violence, police are altering officer schedules to try and cover the gaps as they struggle to meet demand. “Seattle saw one of the worst late night, early mornings of violence in recent memory,” said Seattle City Mayor Jenny Durkan. […]
SEATTLE — We’ve felt the uptick in gun violence, but now new numbers show the true severity of that surge. The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s latest report on shootings in the county released on Thursday says 197 people have been shot so far this year – up 61% over the past four-year average. “What we’re […]
SEATTLE — A customer shot an employee at a convenience store after a dispute about the cost of items late Tuesday night. Just before 11 p.m., a customer walked into the store on the 600 block of First Avenue and brought several items up to the cashier. As the employee rang up the items, the […]
SEATTLE – The rock throwers have struck again along Seattle freeways. There were two more cases targeting drivers on I-90 and the I-5 ramp to I-90 in Seattle on Monday night. A KOMO News crew was there after one of the drivers pulled over with a damaged windshield along I-90 at Rainier Avenue. It’s the […]
SEATTLE — A 46-year-old man was arrested for breaking into an occupied Capitol Hill apartment armed with an axe, a hatchet and a spiked glove was released from jail without charges Monday — after state case workers concluded he is incompetent and unable to defend himself in court. Stanley Dion Red, 46, who has a […]