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SPD: In Our Own Words

Seattle Police Officer Ryan Gallagher talks about patrol work and the rewards of being a police officer. Video by Stacey Sanner Productions

The good ol’ days weren’t always good and tomorrow ain’t as bad as it seems

On Saturday, August 24, I made a trip over to Ellensburg with my old partner Rob to attend a memorial for fallen Deputy Ryan Thompson.  We got there a little early, but people were already there, and more were showing up.  Before long, there were hundreds of people, families, laughing, drinking beer and celebrating a […]

FBI Confirms the deadly cost of a ‘War On Cops’: NY Post

“A new FBI report finds that the “War on Cops” is real and has deadly consequences. Undertaken last year after a spate of cop-killings around the nation, the study confirms that areas across the nation have seen “de-policing” in the wake of protests that political leaders seemed to support.” Read Article

Statement Regarding Officer Adley Shepherd Decision

For Immediate Release Statement Regarding Officer Adley Shepherd Decision Seattle Police Officers Guild   2949 Fourth Avenue South Seattle, WA 98134 206.767.1150 (phone) 206.768.1848 (fax)   Kevin Stuckey – President Mike Solan – Vice President Walt Hayden – Secretary/Treasurer TO: All Media Outlets FM: Officer Kevin Stuckey, SPOG President RE: Statement Regarding Officer Adley Shepherd […]

Sittin in the morning sun…

Sittin here resting my bones, and this loneliness won’t leave me alone…Otis Redding, Dock of The Bay 1968 Greetings Seattle! This is the kickoff of a new forum presented by the Seattle Police Officer’s Guild and I hope it will be a place to share ideas, stories, and concerns. A place not for tales about […]

March 2019 SPOG Officer of the Month

The following narrative is a summary of a critical incident that occurred within the City of Seattle. The involved officers were nominated by their peers for SPOG Officers of the Month due to their excellence, bravery and life safety actions.

SPOG Membership Overwhelmingly Votes to Accept Contract Offer

The Seattle Police Officer’s Guild is pleased to announce that our membership of 1320 members has voted overwhelmingly to ratify the new contract offer. Ballots were counted today and 1013 of the 1059 returned ballots voted to accept the contract offer.