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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.

Spokane Police Training Bloodhound to Find Lost Children

April 29, 2016
Donations to K9 Support Northwest, a local nonprofit, paid for Daisy’s purchase and a week of training with Reynolds in California. The organization’s founder, Carla Blazek, is a dog-lover and a frequent contributor of photography to Police Magazine who has shot photos of local police dogs for several years.

Taking the Lead

April 7, 2016

The Spokane (WA) Police Department's nearly 290 officers patrol the City of Spokane's 76 square miles. The agency's K-9 unit provides support to department officers as well as other regional law enforcement agencies through searching buildings and vehicles, apprehending suspects, tracking fleeing suspects, and protecting officers.

Washington Sheriff’s K-9 Captures Suspect First Day on Job

March 19, 2016
Lars — a nearly 2-year-old Belgian Malinois and tracking dog — and his handler graduated from the police canine academy in Washington County just this week.

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: Washington Officers Shoot, Kill Murder Suspect at End of High-Speed Chase

February 22, 2016
More than a dozen police cruisers chased the suspect car on southbound I-5. Detective Troyer said the suspect shot at officers at least five times as they chased his vehicle.

Washington Officers Shoot, Kill Murder Suspect at End of High-Speed Chase

February 22, 2016
More than a dozen police cruisers chased the suspect car on southbound I-5. Detective Troyer said the suspect shot at officers at least five times as they chased his vehicle. More Here.

Washington Officers Kill Man Who Reportedly Threatened Them with Chainsaw

January 11, 2016
Police say they shot dead a man in rural Washington -- about 20 miles east of Kelso -- after he threatened them with a chainsaw.

Judge Upholds Seattle's Gun and Ammunition Tax

December 23, 2015
Seattle's new tax on gun and ammunition sales can take effect on Jan. 1, a judge ruled Tuesday, siding with the city against the National Rifle Association.

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.

Washington State Patrol Faces Growing Shortage of Troopers

November 16, 2015
Beset with challenges that include a graying of the force, and trouble recruiting and retaining troopers who can earn higher pay in other local law-enforcement agencies, the State Patrol faces a staffing shortage in field operations, which covers thousands of miles of state highways.

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: New DC Officer Proposes to Girlfriend at Academy Graduation

October 15, 2015
Graduation day took a surprise turn for one new Washington, DC, police officer and his girlfriend, who are now celebrating something else amazing: their engagement.

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.

No Malice, No Charges in Washington Officers's Shooting of Rock Throwing Farm Worker

September 10, 2015
Three police officers in Washington state who fatally shot a rock-throwing illegal immigrant in February will not face criminal charges, a prosecutor announced Wednesday, saying there was no evidence the officers acted with malice. More Here.

Video: No Malice, No Charges in Washington Officers' Shooting of Rock Throwing Farm Worker

September 10, 2015
Three police officers in Washington state who fatally shot a rock-throwing illegal immigrant in February will not face criminal charges, a prosecutor announced Wednesday, saying there was no evidence the officers acted with malice.
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