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Washington Detectives Named NLEOMF September 2016 Officers of the Month

September 26, 2016
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has selected Detectives Scott Bramhall and Micah Wilson, of the Puyallup (WA) Police Department, as the recipients of its Officer of the Month Award for September 2016.

5 Killed in Washington State Mall, Suspect at Large

September 24, 2016
Police searched Saturday for a gunman authorities said opened fire in the makeup department of a Macy's store at a mall north of Seattle, killing four females and one man, before fleeing toward an interstate on foot.

Video: Teachers at Seattle Elementary School to Wear BLM Shirts in Class

September 13, 2016
Teacher Jennifer Whitney wants to start conversations about race, and why they see people of color dealing with incarceration rates that are too high and college graduation rates that are too low.

WA Activists Call for Legal Reform Because Officers Not Charged in Fatal Shooting

September 13, 2016
Washington’s unique law regulating police use of deadly force is once again facing criticism following the state attorney general’s decision Thursday not to charge police officers who fatally shot a man in Pasco last year.

Teachers at Seattle Elementary School to Wear BLM Shirts in Class

September 12, 2016
Teacher Jennifer Whitney wants to start conversations about race, and why they see people of color dealing with incarceration rates that are too high and college graduation rates that are too low. More Here.

Spokane Expands Police Chief Search Process

August 23, 2016
On Monday, the same day Craig Meidl was expected to be confirmed as Spokane's next police chief, the Washington city announced it would be extending the search process.

Video: WA Officer Says He Was Fired for Responding to Shooting in Another City

August 18, 2016
A Brier (WA) Police Department officer says he was fired for responding to a shooting in Mukilteo that left three teenagers dead and a fourth seriously injured. He says the city's police chief told him he shouldn't have left Brier unprotected to answer another city's call for help.

WA Officer Says He Was Fired for Responding to Shooting in Another City

August 18, 2016
A Brier (WA) Police Department officer says he was fired for responding to a shooting in nearby Mukilteo that left three teenagers dead and a fourth seriously injured. He says the city's police chief told him he shouldn't have left Brier unprotected to answer another city's call for help. More Here.

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.

Washington Officer Hospitalized After Being Run Over by Cow

July 28, 2016
Berndt said the cow became frightened and eventually angry. The farm animal, which Berndt estimated weighed about 800 pounds, charged out of the slough and ran over one of the officers. Berndt said the officer suffered a leg injury.

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.

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.
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