The SPD Command Staff recognized nine officers with the Chief’s Award this week for the great teamwork to bring in a murder suspect.
— Chief Carmen Best (@carmenbest) May 21, 2018
Chinatown International District SPD Beat Redraw
On January 24, 2018, SPD deployed a new beat map that adjusts existing boundaries in the West Precinct and East Precinct. This change will affect beats G1, G3, K2 and K3, and was made following a review of the deployment map at the recommendation of the Chinatown-International District Public Safety Task Force.
ICYMI: Detective Cookie’s Chess Club
The creation of the Urban Youth Chess Club stemmed from Detective Cookie many opportunities to speak with youth in the community while observing their needs, as well as the needs of their families. The youth made it apparent to me that they desired something other than just basketball…they requested they wanted Chess. Det. Cookie had no idea chess would become so popular and warrant the need for it to continue past the original two months. Based on the popularity and the need for the Urban Youth Chess Club, Det. Cookie with the support of the Seattle Police Department and many others who have assisted with this dream, the Urban Youth Chess Club has made its 11th year anniversary.
— Seattle Police Dept. (@SeattlePD) May 23, 2018
Korean National Police
Today the Korean National Police visited SPD to learn from our best practices and exchange goodwill. pic.twitter.com/mvn3z3xhyY
— Seattle Police Dept. (@SeattlePD) May 21, 2018