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    Archive for September, 2010

    Sep 23 2010

    Seattle City Councilmember Bruce Harrell applauds Oakland City Council for equipping police officers with body-mounted cameras

    Press Release issued on Thursday, 9/23/2010:

    Councilmember Harrell’s proposal gaining momentum in Seattle

    Seattle – Seattle City Councilmember Bruce Harrell today lauded the City Council in Oakland, California, which recently approved legislation to equip all 350 Oakland police patrol officers with body-mounted video cameras.

    “Like Oakland, outfitting Seattle Police Officers with this technology will enhance transparency and provide impartial evidence when controversial incidents occur,” said Councilmember Harrell. “Cameras physically located on officers will help educate all investigations of police incidents by showing what happened from beginning to end.”

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    Sep 15 2010

    Seattle City Council to discuss John T. Williams shooting with Seattle Office for Civil Rights and Human Rights Commission

    Published by under Civil Rights

    Press Release issued on Tuesday, 9/14/2010:

    Seattle City Council to discuss John T. Williams shooting with Seattle Office for Civil Rights and Human Rights Commission

    Councilmember Bruce Harrell to facilitate discussion

    SEATTLE – In response to hundreds of inquiries, the Energy, Technology and Civil Rights Committee will host a discussion with Seattle’s Office for Civil Rights and the Seattle Human Rights Commission on Wednesday September 15th. The discussion will focus on educating the public on the current process after an officer-involved shooting, how these incidents can be prevented, and what issues are raised when the incidents occur.

    Members of the public will have the opportunity to provide comment and several community organizations will be involved with the discussion. Discussion participants are listed below.

    WHEN: Wednesday, September 15, 2010, 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

    WHERE: Seattle City Hall Council Chambers 600 4th Avenue, 2nd Floor Seattle, WA


    Seattle City Councilmember Bruce Harrell
    Seattle City Council President Richard Conlin
    Seattle City Councilmember Nick Licata
    Seattle Office for Civil Rights Director, Julie Nelson
    Human Rights Commission Chair, Roslyn Solomon
    Human Rights Commission Vice-Chair, Chris Stearns
    City of Seattle Native Employees CANOES, President, Pamela Masterman-Stearns
    Chief Seattle Club President, Denise Stiffarm
    United Indians of All Tribes & National Indian Urban Coalition, Janeen Comenote
    WA Indian Civil Rights Commission President and WA Human Rights Commission member, Deborah Cano Lee
    Suquamish Tribal Council Member, Bardow Lewis
    Puyallup Tribal Member, Robert Satiacum

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