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Costly Public-Records Requests May Threaten Seattle PD's Plan for Body Cameras

November 21, 2014
The plan to equip more than 1,000 officers by 2016 could be shelved due to public-disclosure requests already filed by one anonymous citizen and the expectation of others for access to all the recordings, said Mike Wagers, the Police Department’s chief operating officer.

Seattle Officers Suing City Say New Policies Play Politics with Their Lives

September 2, 2014
In an open revolt, more than 100 Seattle police officers suing to block new use-of-force polices assert that high-level city, police and union officials privately agree with their contention that the court-ordered changes put them and the public in danger.

Video: Seattle Officer Cut Out of Car After Crash

September 2, 2014
A Seattle police officer was injured and needed to be cut out of his car after a Monday night crash in Seattle's Delridge neighborhood.

Seattle Officer Cut Out of Car After Crash

September 2, 2014

A Seattle police officer was injured and needed to be cut out of his car after a Monday night crash. He lost control of his car on a wet roadway and spun out, hitting a second car with children inside.

Weapons, Body Armor Found at Seattle Home After Fatal Shooting

September 1, 2014
Seattle police said they found a stockpile of weapons and body armor in the home of a man who was fatally shot by police Saturday night after he fired on officers.

Washington Police Urge Social Media Users To Watch Their Tweets

July 30, 2014
Seattle-area law enforcement agencies are asking social-media users to “Tweet Smart” during emergencies, to help public safety responders keep everyone safe.

Video: Seattle Police Release Footage of Fatal Transit Station Shooting

July 10, 2014
The video of the June 30 incident shows (starting at about the 3:40 mark) Giron struggling with a deputy and a fare-enforcement officer for several seconds.

Seattle Police Release Footage of Fatal Transit Station Shooting

July 10, 2014

The video of the June 30 incident shows (starting at about the 3:40 mark) Giron struggling with a Kings County sheriff's deputy and a fare enforcement officer. Read Full Story Here.

Video: Aerial View of Seattle Pursuit that Ended in Lethal OIS

July 3, 2014
The pursuit began around 10:30 p.m. near milepost 140 in Federal Way, close to the King-Pierce county line, when a trooper began following a vehicle traveling north at 80 mph in a 60 mph zone, according to a Washington State Patrol incident memo released Wednesday.

Aerial View of Seattle Pursuit That Ended in Lethal OIS

July 3, 2014

The State Patrol said the pickup averaged speeds of 100 mph and made erratic lane changes before leaving the freeway at the Swift Avenue South/South Albro Place exit. Read Full Story Here.

City Council Approves Seattle's First Female Chief

June 24, 2014
Vowing to create a police force “second to none,” Kathleen O’Toole was sworn in as chief of the Seattle Police Department on Monday afternoon, shortly after the City Council voted 8-to-1 to confirm her for a job that will immediately test her ability to carry out federally mandated reforms, restore morale throughout the ranks and rebuild community trust.

Seattle PD Lawsuit: Calling Out Goliath

June 21, 2014

Late last month 126 officers of the Seattle Police Department decided it was time to stand up and challenge Goliath, in this case the federal government. Instead of a sling and a stone, they wielded a lawsuit.

Seattle Responds to Officers' Use-of-Force Policy Lawsuit

June 19, 2014
But in alerting U.S. District Judge Marsha Pechman to the prior finding, the notice gave Pechman an option to keep the case, transfer it to the other judge, U.S. District Judge James Robart, or consult with him on what course to take.

Police Chief Reverses Finding on Use of Excessive Force

June 5, 2014
Citing newly discovered evidence, Interim Seattle Police Chief Harry Bailey has reversed a finding that an officer used excessive force when he stepped on the head of a handcuffed man outside a Ballard bar in 2010.

Seattle Officers Sue Over Use-of-Force Reforms

May 29, 2014
The civil-rights suit, filed in U.S. District Court, contends the changes have effectively created “hesitation and paralysis” among officers, stripping them of their constitutional and legal right to make reasonable, split-second judgments in the line of duty.

Seattle Mayor Names Former Boston Commissioner as New Police Chief

May 19, 2014
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has announced Kathleen O'Toole as the city's first female police chief. The nomination is subject to council approval.

Seattle Names O'Toole as Next Police Chief

May 19, 2014

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray announced former Boston Police Commissioner Kathleen O'Toole is his pick for Seattle's new police chief – a move that could give Seattle its first woman police chief.

 O'Toole was announced by the mayor Monday morning as a replacement for Interim Chief Harry Bailey.

Man with Replica Gun Killed by Seattle Officers

January 23, 2014
The man fatally shot by a Seattle police officer in Sodo on Monday night was carrying a realistic “replica” handgun, interim Seattle Police Chief Harry Bailey said Wednesday.

Video: Knife-Wielding Man Charges Seattle Officer

September 12, 2013
Newly released dash-cam video shows a Seattle Police officer shooting and wounding a mentally ill man who charged him with a knife in June.

Knife-Wielding Man Charges Seattle Officer

September 12, 2013

Dash-cam video captured an officer-involved shooting in June involving a Seattle Police officer and mentally ill man who charged him with a knife. Read the full story here.

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