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    Archive for the 'Public Safety' Category

    Mar 06 2012

    Councilmember Bruce Harrell to convene a Special Public Safety, Civil Rights, and Technology Committee meeting with South Precinct Neighborhoods

    Media Advisory issued Tuesday, 3/06/2012

    Attachments:
    1. ADVISORY: Councilmember Harrell to convene a Special Public Safety, Civil Rights, and Technology Committee meeting with South Precinct Neighborhoods
    2. Special Public Safety Civil Rights Technology Cmte 3-07-2012.pdf
    3. Committee Agenda

    SEATTLE – Councilmember Bruce Harrell, chair of the City Council’s Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee, is beginning a series of Special Public Safety Committee meetings throughout the City. The first begins in the Southeast neighborhoods on Wednesday night. Councilmembers, the Mayor’s Office, Seattle Police Department (SPD) Command staff and officers, Fire Department representatives and community leaders will be in attendance.

    Crime and the fear of crime, feeling unsafe alone at home, feeling unsafe walking alone after dark, and worrying about becoming a victim of crime, will be topics of discussion. Polling technology will be used to facilitate a dialog on ways to improve public safety. We will listen, identify solutions, and take action.

    The discussion will also include topics such as: Should the City take the lead in establishing a database network to encourage groups of three or four to walk and jog together in their neighborhoods as a means to enhance health and positively activate their streets? How can Seattle incentivize community leaders and community organizations to positively activate their neighborhood streets and provide much needed outreach? How can neighbors help re-set their community norms to increase their health and vibrancy?

    WHAT: Public Safety and Neighborhood meeting to focus on recent public safety concerns in the South Precinct neighborhoods. This special committee meeting is being co-hosted by the Southeast Seattle Crime Prevention Council.

    WHEN: Wednesday, March 7, 2012, at 5:30 p.m.

    WHERE: Southeast Seattle Senior Center
    4655 South Holly Street (Rainier Ave. South and South Holly Street)
    Seattle, WA 98118

    WHO:Councilmember Bruce A. Harrell
    Councilmember Nick Licata
    Councilmember Mike O’Brien
    City Attorney Peter Holmes
    Deputy Mayor Darryl Smith
    Seattle Police Chief John Diaz
    Seattle Deputy Police Chief Nick Metz
    Seattle Assistant Chief Mike Sanford
    SPD South Precinct Captain Mike Nolan
    SPD Lt. John Hayes
    Mark Solomon, Southwest/South Precinct Crime Prevention Coordinator
    Mike Walsh, Seattle Fire Assistant Chief of Operations
    Pat Murakami, Southeast Crime Prevention Council
    Jeannie O’Brien, Lakewood Seward Park Community Club
    Bull Stewart, Bull Stewart Fitness Center
    Pastor Lawrence Willis, United Black Christian Clergy of Washington
    Doug Thiel, Cowen Park Neighborhood Association and Roosevelt Business Association

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    Feb 29 2012

    Special Public Safety, Civil Rights, & Technology Committee in your Neighborhood (South Precinct)

    Please join your fellow neighbors, representatives from the Seattle Police Department, elected officials and community leaders at a

    Special Public Safety, Civil Rights, & Technology Committee in your Neighborhood (South Precinct)

    Wednesday, March 7, 2012, 5:30 p.m.
    Southeast Seattle Senior Services Center
    Rainier Avenue South and South Holly Street
    4655 South Holly Street | Seattle, WA  98118

    This special committee meeting is being co-hosted by the Southeast Seattle Crime Prevention Council.

    We will work with your neighborhood and focus on real public safety solutions. The special committee meeting will include state-of-the-art polling technology.
    We will listen, identify solutions, and take action.

    Seattle Police Department South Precinct—Neighborhoods Served: Beacon Hill, Mount Baker, Columbia City Hillman City, Genesee, Georgetown, Rainier Vista, Lockmore, New Holly, Othello Park, Othello Station, Brighton, Dunlap, Rainier Beach, Upper Rainier Beach, Rainier View, Seward Park, Pritchard Beach

    Precinct Captain: Mike Nolan
    Operations: Lt. John Hayes
    South Precinct
    3001 S. Myrtle 98108
    (206) 386-1850

    South Community Police Team (CPT)
    South CPT Officers:
    Sgt. Ann Martin – (206) 386-1393
    Officer Ed Haynes – (206) 233-1540
    Officer Chris Toman – (206) 386-1407
    Officer C.J. McRae – (206) 233-1543
    Officer Sylvia Parker – (206) 233-2023

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    Feb 27 2012

    Seattle Police Department is hiring police officers

    Press Statement issued Monday, February 27, 2012

    Honor, courage, and commitment

    Do you have what it takes to make immediate and positive impacts every day?

    SEATTLE – Councilmember Bruce Harrell, Chair of the Council’s Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee today announced the Seattle Police Department is seeking to hire 30 to 40 entry-level police officers in 2012. Policing is a challenging and rewarding job, with the opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives and the community every day.

    “I encourage Seattle residents who can exemplify the ideals to work in the community daily with respect and professionalism, courage to protect and serve, and a passion to creatively and effectively resolve and de-escalate problems to apply to Seattle’s Police Department,” said Councilmember Bruce Harrell.

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    Feb 23 2012

    Seattle City Councilmember Bruce Harrell calls for community support

    Press Statement issued Thursday, February 23, 2012

    Statement regarding recent homicides at 9400 Block on Rainier Ave South

    SEATTLE – Councilmember Bruce Harrell, Chair of the Council’s Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee released the following statement regarding the recent double homicides in Rainier Valley:

    “We just witnessed two more lives cut tragically short as a result of violence and criminal activity. This brings the total number of homicides to nine in 2012. The Mayor and the City Council are concerned about these events. These recent deaths are even more disturbing for Southeast Seattle residents who recently expressed their concerns of increased violence and crime at a standing room-only community meeting on February 6 in Southeast Seattle.

    “Our Seattle Police Department is aggressively pursuing leads on this most recent shooting and a critical link to obtain evidence is the cooperation of witnesses and people knowledgeable about the victims, suspects and the event itself.

    “Many witnesses withhold valuable information from the police because of their fear of retaliation, mistrust of the government and because they comply with a code of silence. We are asking community leaders and organizations to work with the Police Department, the Mayor’s Office and the Public Safety Committee in establishing new norms of cooperation and trust. Every community has the right to be safe and we are asking the community to help us establish cooperation with the police, institute preventative measures before crime and violence occurs through the 9-1-1 system; and help deliver a message to our youth that violence and the unlawful use of guns destroy what so many work to build—healthy communities. Our strategy will be to strengthen and protect our community.”

    “We will discuss these efforts at a Special Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee meeting on March 7th (5:30 p.m.) at the Southeast Seattle Senior Center (4655 South Holly Street) on how we move forward together.”

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    Jan 17 2012

    Seattle City Council’s Public Safety Committee to review the Pattern or Practice process of U.S. Department of Justice findings

    Published by under Public Safety

    Press Release issued – January 17, 2012


    SEATTLE – The City Council’s Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee, chaired by Councilmember Bruce Harrell, will discuss the historical and current context of the Department of Justice findings against the Seattle Police Department.

    WHAT: Discussion on the Pattern or Practice process of the Department of Justice findings of the Seattle Police Department

    WHEN: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 at 2 p.m.

    WHERE: Seattle City Council Chambers
    600 Fourth Avenue, Second Floor
    Seattle, WA 98104

    WHO: Councilmember Bruce Harrell, Chair
    Councilmember Mike O’Brien, Vice-Chair
    Councilmember Nick Licata, Member
    Darryl Smith, Deputy Mayor
    Robert Scales, Director for Government Affairs, City Attorney’s Office
    Doug Carey, Finance and Administrative Services

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    May 18 2011

    My Push for Body Cameras: Latest Update

    In July of 2010, way before the tragic death of woodcarver John T. Williams, I proposed the requirement that our Seattle Police Officers wear body-mounted video cameras. Recently, the city of Oakland deployed body cameras on all of their officers. I met with Oakland’s Chief of Police Anthony Batts the week before their department went live with cameras and we reviewed film footage taken from their initial trial. Chief Batts was excited about how these cameras were going to improve their ability to learn from field events and gain strides in public trust. I also met with San Jose’s Chief Chris Moore who has similarly deployed this technology. His enthusiasm was also clear. My research has determined that least 700 departments nationwide are employing this technology and 10 jurisdictions in our state, including police departments in Bainbridge Island, Lake Forest Park, Black Diamond and Orting.

    Our support for this technology is also coming from the ground up; in grassroots organizations concerned with the rights of the underserved. I spoke at the 36th Legislative District Democrats and they passed a resolution supporting my proposal. Also, the 11th Legislative District followed suit with their resolution that supported my proposal. More resolutions should be forthcoming.

    I am urging Mayor McGinn to include body cameras in the negotiations of the new Seattle Police Officers Guild (SPOG) contract. During the 2011-2012 budget process, I asked the Police Department to provide a written report detailing the trial use of body cameras and to pursue federal grant money to fund a pilot project to better understand the technology. The Council requests written reports of these measures. Both reports are due to the Council in June, 2011. I suggest you let my colleagues on the Council know whether you support this game-changing effort in the world of technology and public safety. Seattle should not be the last to embrace these progressive efforts. I am sure they would love to hear from you. Here are their addresses:

    Sally.Bagshaw@Seattle.gov
    Tim.Burgess@Seattle.gov
    Sally.Clark@Seattle.gov
    Richard.Conlin@Seattle.gov
    Jean.Godden@Seattle.gov
    Nick.Licata@Seattle.gov
    Mike.OBrien@Seattle.gov
    Tom.Rasmussen@Seattle.gov

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