Rangers will patrol Cal Anderson, Occidental parks

Seattle Parks Head Park Ranger Corby Christensen, right, and Ranger Sandra Wilcox patrol Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill. (Photo by Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times) Full-time rangers will patrol Seattle’s Cal Anderson and Occidental parks this summer, and police will have emphasis patrols at both, Mayor Mike McGinn announced this morning. “We heardContinue reading “Rangers will patrol Cal Anderson, Occidental parks”

Meet local Capitol Hill SPD Officer: Daniel Auderer

The East Precinct Seattle Police Department honor for May goes to Officer Daniel Auderer. Here is a short bio: “I was raised in the Seattle Area. I attended Franklin High School, North and Central Seattle Community College. While in school I was a Seattle Police Explorer with Post #943. After High School I joined theContinue reading “Meet local Capitol Hill SPD Officer: Daniel Auderer”

Compassionate Volunteers Needed! (South King County)

Providence Hospice of Seattle is seeking patient care volunteers to offer essential practical and emotional support to hospice patients and their loved ones in King County. Patient care volunteers are required to go through extensive training to help prepare them for this amazing work. Do you enjoy listening to stories, reading poems and passages outContinue reading “Compassionate Volunteers Needed! (South King County)”

Free DV advocacy training for volunteers (South King County)

DAWN is offering free advocacy training to individuals willing to commit to one year of volunteer service. Topics Covered: DV in Context, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Basics, Advocacy Based Counseling, DV Movement Timeline, Safety Planning, Protective Orders, Criminal Law, Mental Health, Chemical Dependency, Trauma, Economic Justice, Abuse in Later Life, Family Law, Immigration, Religion,Continue reading “Free DV advocacy training for volunteers (South King County)”

Capitol Hill: Local performer says no one helped when he was attacked, robbed

From: http://www.komonews.com SEATTLE — Members of a local community say it’s unacceptable that nobody stepped up to help when a man was attacked in broad daylight in a busy Capitol Hill intersection. Local performer Robbie Turner was walking on the corner of Pine and Harvard Thursday afternoon when he said he was attacked. “I wasContinue reading “Capitol Hill: Local performer says no one helped when he was attacked, robbed”