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What online information from SPD would be helpful to you?

Join us this coming Tuesday, April 22nd, for our monthly meeting! Shanna Christie from the Seattle Police Department will be our guest speaker.  She wants our feedback about the online tools that are currently available on the SPD website, how … Continue reading

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More about what happens to stolen property…

Many thanks to SPD Detective Everett Edwards for his information-packed presentation about stolen goods at our March 25th meeting!   For those of you who missed it or would like a quick recap and some additional information, see the links below. West … Continue reading

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Missing something? Learn what happens to stolen property!

Join us this coming Tuesday, March 25th, for our monthly meeting! If you are the victim of a burglary, car prowl or a robbery, what happens to your stolen property? If you see your property in a Pawn Shop, what … Continue reading

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Interested in helping local victims of domestic violence?

Those of you who attended our meeting last March (2013) will recall that one of our guest presenters was from the Seattle Police Department’s Victim Support Team. They are now recruiting for volunteers. If you or others you know are … Continue reading

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Join us for a conversation with Seattle Police Captain, Steve Wilske!

Our monthly meeting is tomorrow, February 25th, 6:30 to 8 PM. New SW Precinct Commander, Captain Steve Wilske, will be our special guest. Don’t miss this opportunity for a low-key, sit-down chat with him!  This is our chance to get … Continue reading

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Interested in obtaining a grant for a neighborhood project?

We know that many of you have project ideas in mind for your neighborhood, but could use help with funding. We received word this week about 2 upcoming grant workshops – one tomorrow Thursday (1/30), one in early February – for … Continue reading

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Need help or have questions about neighborhood traffic issues?

Join us for our monthly meeting this Tuesday, January 28th! If your neighborhood has concerns about traffic, what can you do to resolve them?  Did you know you can borrow a radar gun to document speeding?  Want to know how … Continue reading

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Upcoming events to note on your calendar!

Hi everyone! Now that the new year is well underway, we want to call a few upcoming dates to your attention. Tuesday, 1/28, at 6:30 PM: Our West Seattle Block Watch Captains’ Network (WSBWCN) meetings resume this month at the SW … Continue reading

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Register now for the 11-week Community Police Academy

We received the following announcement and attachments today via email. SPD’s Spring 2014  11-Week Community Police Academy Learn firsthand about how the Seattle Police Department works! The deadline to submit your application is Friday, January 31, 2014. We will meet for … Continue reading

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Video clip of mail prowler in Highland Park

Yesterday, the West Seattle Blog published six crime-related stories, including a video clip from a Highland Park resident whose surveillance camera recorded someone prowling mailboxes.  Since our community is being hit so hard by mail and package thefts, we wanted … Continue reading

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