Seattle City Councilmember Bruce Harrell

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Apr 16 2014

Public Safety, Civil Rights, and Technology Committee (4/16/14, 2:00 pm)

Public Safety, Civil Rights, And Technology Committee Agenda for Wednesday, 2/19/2014, 5:30 PM

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1. Seattle Police Department’s May Day Briefing
BRIEFING AND DISCUSSION (20 minutes)
Presenters: Chief Harry Bailey and Captain Chris Fowler, Seattle Police Department (SPD); Barb Graff, Director, Office of Emergency Management.
Supporting Documents:
a. City Council Letter regarding May Day Preparation
b. SPD’s Response

2. Office of the City Auditor’s (OCA) Review of the Seattle Office for Civil Right’s (SOCR) Enforcement and Outreach
BRIEFING AND DISCUSSION (10-15 minutes)
Presenters: David Jones, Director, Virginia Garcia, and Mary Denzel, Office of City Auditor.
Supporting Documents:
a. OCA Presentation
b. OCA Report Higlights
c. OCA Report of SOCR Enforcement and Outreach

3. Seattle Office for Civil Right’s (SOCR) Response to the Auditor’s SOCR’s Civil Rights Enforcement and Outreach Report
BRIEFING AND DISCUSSION (10-15 minutes)
Presenters: Patricia Lally, Director, and Mike Chin, SOCR

4. C.F. 313585 (PDF Version)
Reappointment of Michael Neguse as member, Immigrant and Refugee Commission, for a term of confirmation to January 31, 2015.
BRIEFING, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE VOTE (5 minutes)
Presenter (for item 4-11): Aaliyah Gupta, Acting Director, Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs

5. C.F. 313726 (PDF Version)
Appointment of Susana Mercado Alvarado as member, Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission, for a term of confirmation to April 30, 2016.
BRIEFING, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE VOTE (5 minutes)

6. C.F. 313727 (PDF Version)
Appointment of Mindy Au as member, Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission, for a term of confirmation to April 30, 2016.
BRIEFING, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE VOTE (5 minutes)

7. C.F. 313728 (PDF Version)
Appointment of Veasna Adrian Hoy as member, Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission, for a term of confirmation to April 30, 2016.
BRIEFING, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE VOTE (5 minutes)

8. C.F. 313729 (PDF Version)
Appointment of Riddhi Mukhopadhyay as member, Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission, for a term of confirmation to April 30, 2016.
BRIEFING, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE VOTE (5 minutes)

9. C.F. 313730 (PDF Version)
Appointment of Kianoush Naficy as member, Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission, for a term of confirmation to April 30, 2016.
BRIEFING, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE VOTE (5 minutes)

10. C.F. 313731 (PDF Version)
Appointment of Michele E. Ramirez as member, Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission, for a term of confirmation to April 30, 2016.
BRIEFING, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE VOTE (5 minutes)

11. C.F. 313418 (PDF Version)
Appointment of Farhiya Mohamed as member, Seattle Immigrant and Refugee Commission, for a term ending January 31, 2016.
BRIEFING, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE VOTE (5 minutes)

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Apr 15 2014

May Day SPD briefing at Councilmember Harrell’s Public Safety Committee on Wednesday

Media Advisory issued 4/15/14:

EVENT DATE: April 16, 2014 2 p.m.

SEATTLE – Councilmember Bruce Harrell, chair of the Council’s Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee, will host a briefing regarding the Seattle Police Department’s preparation plan to ensure peaceful and orderly demonstrations on “May Day,” May 1st.

WHAT: “May Day” Preparations Briefing at Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee

WHEN: Wednesday, April 16, at 2 p.m.

WHERE: Council Chambers, 2nd floor
Seattle City Hall, 600 Fourth Avenue, Seattle 98104

WHO: Harry Bailey, Interim Chief of Police, Seattle Police Department
Chris Fowler, West Precinct Captain, Seattle Police Department
Barb Graff, Director, Office of Emergency Management

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Apr 11 2014

Public Hearing on Seattle’s Police Accountability System

Media Advisory issued 4/10/14:

Public Hearing on Seattle’s Police Accountability System
Tuesday, Apr. 22, 5:30 p.m. in Seattle City Hall Council Chambers

SEATTLE – City Council and the Office of Professional Accountability Review Board (OPARB) will jointly host a public hearing on the effectiveness of the City’s police accountability system on Tuesday, Apr. 22, at 5:30 p.m. in Seattle City Hall Council Chambers. Sign-up sheets for public comment will be available at 5:00 p.m.

As directed by Ordinance 122809, adopted in 2008, the hearing will provide a forum for elected officials to hear directly from the public before the City begins labor negotiations with the Seattle Police Officers’ Guild (SPOG). The comments from the public hearing will help inform deliberations on the upcoming negotiations.

The hearing will be a joint meeting of the Council’s Labor Policy Committee and Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee.

WHAT:
Public Hearing on renewal of Seattle Police Officer’s Guild (SPOG) Contract

WHEN:
5:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 22

WHERE:
Council Chambers, 2nd floor
Seattle City Hall, 600 Fourth Avenue, Seattle 98104

WHO:
Seattle City Councilmembers
OPARB
General Public

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Apr 09 2014

Strengthening Equity in City Contracting

News Release issued 4/08/14:

Mayor Murray signs executive order strengthening equity in city contracting
Mayor directs departments to create a more welcoming business environment for all

SEATTLE (April 8, 2014) – Mayor Ed Murray today signed an executive order strengthening the city’s ongoing commitment to social equity in city contracting opportunities. The order requires departments promptly pay invoices, support businesses by providing technical assistance, and increase accountability and coordination to ensure fair and equitable treatment among all businesses competing for public works, purchasing and consulting contracts.

“A healthy and diverse business sector is essential to Seattle’s economic vitality and this executive order makes clear my commitment to creating a more welcoming environment for businesses small and large seeking work with the city,” said Murray.

“Success among women and minority-owned businesses translates to more jobs and long-term prosperity for all,” said Councilmember Bruce Harrell, chair of the Seattle City Council’s Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee. “More than half of all new jobs are created by small business and minority-owned businesses. I applaud the Mayor’s decision to recommit our efforts on the City’s inclusionary plan and more effectively engaging with minority-owned businesses. During budget deliberations this year, departments should be prepared to report their progress on women and minority business contracting.”

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Apr 02 2014

Public Safety, Civil Rights, and Technology Committee (4/02/14, 2:00 pm)

Public Safety, Civil Rights, And Technology Committee Agenda for Wednesday, 2/19/2014, 5:30 PM

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1. Neighborhood Street Disorder Update: Reporting requirements for Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT) to PSCRT Committee; Conditions under which City funding for Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) is provided; Measuring Neighborhood Public Safety and Street Disorder (Statements of Legislative Intent 128-4-A-1, 128-6-A-2, and 128-7-A-1)

BRIEFING AND DISCUSSION (45 minutes)
Presenters: Deputy Mayor Hyeok Kim, Mayor’s Office; Lisa Daugaard, The Defender Association; Gary Johnson, Department of Planning and Development; Assistant Chief Mike Washburn, Captain Chris Fowler and Captain Jim Dermody, Sea ttle Police Department; City Attorney Pete Holmes; King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg; Chris Cates, Evergreen Treatment Services; Christa Valles, Council Central Staff.

Supporting Documents:
a. Center City Initiative Quarterly Report
b. SLI 128-4-A-1 Presentation
c. Central Staff Memo (added; 3/31/14 at 3:20 p.m.)
d. SPD Process Evaluation Final (added; 3/31/14 at 3:20 p.m.)
e. Lead Expansion 2014 — Key Dates and Milestones (added; 3/31/14 at 3:20 p.m.)

2. C.F. 313670 (PDF Version)
Appointment of Ronald Rasmussen as member, Community Police Commission, for a term of confirmation to Decemb er 31, 2016.
BRIEFING, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE VOTE (5 minutes)
Presenter: Executive Director Fe Lopez, Community Police Commission

3. C.F. 313681 (PDF Version)
Appointment of Donald T. Felder as member, Office of Professional Accountability Review Boar d, for a term of confirmation to April 7, 2016.
BRIEFING, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE VOTE (5 minutes)

4. C.F. 313682 (PDF Version)
Appointment of John W. Levytsky as member, Office of Professional Accountability Review Boa rd, for a term of confirmation to April 7, 2016.
BRIEFING, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE VOTE (5 minutes)

5. C.F. 313684 (PDF Version)
Appointment of Al Marks as member, Office of Professional Accountability Review Board, for a term of confirmation to April 7, 2016.
BRIEFING, DISCUSSION, AND POSSIBLE VOTE (5 minutes)

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Mar 10 2014

Council Briefed by Community Police Commission

News Release issued 3/10/14:

SEATTLE – Councilmember Bruce Harrell, chair of the Council’s Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee, hosted the Community Police Commission (CPC) at Council Briefing on Monday. The CPC highlighted work from 2013 and discussed the 2014 work plan.

“The 15 commissioners have done tremendous work representing the diversity of Seattle and advancing reform,” said Harrell. “The CPC has been a critical resource in helping us develop community dialogue and facilitating community relationships to enhance public safety for all,” Harrell added.

Link to the briefing documents are available online:

• Community Police Commission Update Presentation
• Community Outreach Report
• Community Police Commission Summary Report

The CPC was established in 2012 as part of the Department of Justice Settlement Agreement. The 15 community representatives are responsible for making recommendations to the City on any changes to Seattle Police Department (SPD) policies, practice, training regarding stops and detentions, bias-free policing, transparency and public reporting, and Office of Professional Accountability.

The Commission has accomplished extensive community outreach. In total, the Commission has conducted over 150 outreach events and has received input from over 3,400 community members. Those communities include but are not limited to communities of color, homeless, immigrants and refugees, youth, people with disabilities, individuals with substance abuse problems, and members of the LGBT community.

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