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Federal Judge Declares “Black Lives Matter” During Open Court Hearing Over Seattle Police Reform

August 17, 2016
“To hide behind a collective-bargaining agreement is not going to work,” Robart said during a dramatic court hearing he opened by laying out a path for police-accountability reform and closed with an emotional declaration that “black lives matter.”

Suspect Steals Seattle Patrol Car for Joyride

August 15, 2016
For nearly 15 minutes, Mariano eluded pursing officers by winding through the narrow, crowded residential streets of Queen Anne Hill at high speeds, swerving to avoid parked cars, hitting barriers and backing out of dead ends. More Here.

Video: Suspect Steals Seattle Patrol Car for Joyride

August 15, 2016
For nearly 15 minutes, Mariano eluded pursing officers by winding through the narrow, crowded residential streets of Queen Anne Hill at high speeds, swerving to avoid parked cars, hitting barriers and backing out of dead ends.

Man Charged with Throwing "Batarang" at Seattle Officers

July 28, 2016
A man was arrested Monday on Capitol Hill in Seattle after threatening a bouncer at one of the area bars with a homemade spear and then throwing a “sharp, black Batman-style throwing star” at pursuing officers, police said.

Seattle Officer Injured in Riot Plans to Sue City Over "Inadequate Equipment"

June 27, 2016
A Seattle police officer who was hit in the head with a slab of concrete during this year’s May Day protest downtown has indicated that he intends to sue the City of Seattle.

Seattle May Day Violence: 5 Police Injured in Clashes, 9 Arrested

May 2, 2016
At least nine protesters were arrested and five police officers injured during May Day clashes in Seattle where flares, bricks, and Molotov cocktails were thrown, authorities said.

Activists in Seattle Slam Police for Killing Armed, Violent Felon

February 25, 2016
Civil rights leaders in Seattle are condemning the fatal police shooting of a black man, who was a convicted felon, last Sunday and said Tuesday they have hired a law firm to investigate.

Video: Seattle PD Releases Video, New Details in Fatal Shooting of Carjacker

December 8, 2015
Seattle police released new details late Monday on the man they killed after he led officers on a wild chase through the city on Sunday, firing gunshots at his pursuers and carjacking several vehicles.

Seattle PD Releases Video, New Details in Fatal Shooting of Carjacker

December 8, 2015
Seattle police released new details late Monday on the man they fatally shot after he led officers on a wild chase through the city on Sunday, firing gunshots at his pursuers and carjacking several vehicles. More Here.

Video: Carjacking Suspect Killed in Gunfight with Seattle Police

December 7, 2015
Police were initially called to a downtown coffee shop around 12:30 p.m. after employees called 911 to report a man had entered the coffee shop with a gun. The armed suspect then fled to a tattoo parlor, leading to another 911 call, police said.

Carjacking Suspect Killed in Gunfight with Seattle Police

December 7, 2015
Police were initially called to a downtown coffee shop around 12:30 p.m. after employees called 911 to report a man had entered the coffee shop with a gun. The armed suspect then fled to a tattoo parlor, leading to another 911 call, police said. More Here.

Seattle PD Selects Accenture to Deliver Data Analytics Platform

November 2, 2015
The Seattle Police Department has selected Accenture to design and implement a data analytics platform that will give the Department reliable and rapidly accessible data that will enable it to meet important management and governance objectives and support leadership decision making.

Video: Seattle Officer Fired for Bias Case

September 17, 2015
A Seattle Police Department officer involved in the wrongful arrest of an elderly man with a golf club was fired Tuesday.

Seattle Officer Fired for Bias Case

September 17, 2015
A Seattle Police Department officer involved in the wrongful arrest of an elderly man with a golf club was fired Tuesday. More Here.

Gang Disputes Over Money, Love Blamed in Seattle's Uptick In Gun Violence

August 26, 2015
Gun violence is up in Seattle, and although police say most of those involved in recent shootings are gang members, much of the gang violence stems from arguments over money or romantic relationships, rather than tit-for-tat turf disputes.

Video: Seattle Officer Delivers Baby After Pulling Over Speeder

August 18, 2015
A Seattle PD officer saw a speeding car run a red light. When Officer Anthony Reynolds pulled the car over, the driver jumped out of the car and shouted his wife was in labor.

Seattle Officer Delivers Baby After Pulling Over Speeder

August 18, 2015
A traffic stop in South Seattle ended with police officers helping deliver a baby in a car on the side of the road. More Here.

Paralyzed Cop Killer Gets Life for Murder of Seattle Officer

July 24, 2015
On June 5, the same jury convicted Monfort, 46, of four felonies, including aggravated first-degree murder for ambushing and fatally shooting Officer Timothy Brenton on Halloween night 2009 in Seattle’s Leschi neighborhood.

2 Seattle Officers in Trouble Over Comments About De-Escalation Training

June 30, 2015
Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole has asked the department’s internal-investigations unit to conduct a preliminary review of comments made by two officers in a New York Times video and story on de-escalation training.

Federal Monitor Wants Seattle Officers to Wear Body Cameras

June 16, 2015
“The time for permanent use of on-officer cameras by all SPD officers is now,” the monitor, Merrick Bobb, writes in the fifth semiannual report since the city entered into a 2012 consent decree with the U.S. Justice Department to curtail excessive force and biased policing.
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