The Seattle Police Department is apologizing for a questionable arrest one of its officers made last summer.
From new training programs to better record-keeping, the Seattle Police Department is making good strides toward reform, according to the court-appointed monitor for the efforts.
While Seattle police continue their search for two protesters part of a chaotic confrontation on Saturday, the department is acknowledging that an officer arrested the wrong person during the event.
Seattle police said Tuesday it has cost them more than $585,000 to provide public safety services at demonstrations protesting a grand jury decision in the death of an unarmed black man at the hands of a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.
Seattle police Chief Kathleen O’Toole says police made one arrest Monday night as demonstrators again targeted the city’s downtown Westlake Center mall area in protest of a Missouri grand jury decision not to indict a police officer who fatally shot a black teenager. The protest was peaceful.
A Seattle police sergeant is suing the city on a claim that she was treated poorly after reporting that several officers were being favored to receive extra overtime pay.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says he’ll issue an opinion Monday on police body cameras.
The Seattle police department has decided to stop writing traffic tickets. They’re switching to an electronic system that will print out electronic tickets instead.
Inside the man’s home, officers found body armor and multiple fire-arms, including semi-automatic rifles
Two recent incidents led the Washington State Patrol to organize the “TweetSmart” campaign