Homeless Employment Program (HEP) Tue., May 14, 10 – 11am

Homeless Employment Program (HEP) The Homeless Employment Program (HEP) is an employment program for folks who are experiencing homelessness. Some of the assistance includes job search, resume help, interview skills, money management, housing search and some supported services. Tue., May 14, 10 – 11am WorkSource Affiliate Downtown Seattle 2024 3rd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121

Seattle Office for Civil Rights at the 2018 RSJI Summit at Seattle Center

Deadline for registration for the summit and all workshops is Friday, October 19th, 2018 DESCRIPTION Please join the Seattle Office for Civil Rights at the 2018 RSJI Summit at Seattle Center for two days, October 23rd-24th, of in-depth workshops, art, and presentations about The State of Race and Justice in Seattle. We will explore theContinue reading “Seattle Office for Civil Rights at the 2018 RSJI Summit at Seattle Center”

Seattle Police Department: MAY DAY INFO

Seattle Neighborhood ‏ @SeaNeighborhood 9h9 hours ago If you live or work downtown or in nearby neighborhoods, plan for potential traffic disruptions and for larger than normal crowds along march routes during May Day event tomorrow. More info at http://frontporch.seattle.gov/2018/04/27/may-day-2018-tips-information/ …. #MayDaySEA More Information from the Seattle Police Department

WA State Black Prisoners Caucus Annual Youth Summit 2018

BPC 2018 Annual Youth Summit January 14, 2018 | Black Prisoners’ Caucus – Shelton is holding their annual Youth Summit. This summit is organized and facilitated by the BPC – Shelton Youth Committee. This summit is for educators, administrators, service providers and community members working with youth/young adults that want to learn and become aContinue reading “WA State Black Prisoners Caucus Annual Youth Summit 2018”

2017 Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP).

YOUTH EMPLOYMENT Read more APPLICATION HERE The Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP), in support of the Mayor’s Youth Employment Initiative, provides internship opportunities aimed at meeting the employment needs of underserved youth and young adults in our community. By promoting work readiness and strengthening career development, SYEP helps to prepare and support youth for realContinue reading “2017 Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP).”

Volunteer with Inmates and Detainees

Dedicated. Compassionate. Committed. Volunteers are selfless individuals who are inspired to make a difference and change lives. And we’re proud to say that many such volunteers have found a home, serving inmates and detainees within our facilities, mending the broken-spirited, and giving hope to those who just needed someone to believe in them. At CCA,Continue reading “Volunteer with Inmates and Detainees”

9/11/16 – John T. Williams Memorial Crosswalk

In conjunction with the Seattle Police Department (SPD), Seattle’s Department of Neighborhoods, Seattle Indian Health Board and the SPD’s Native American Police Advisory Council we invite all media outlets and the community to attend a ground breaking ceremony for a new community crosswalk on the corner of Boren & Howell on Sunday, September 11th atContinue reading “9/11/16 – John T. Williams Memorial Crosswalk”

Young Leaders in the Green Movement

In the Spring of 2016 the Young Leaders in the Green Movement hosted a Lunch & Learn with Council Member Lisa Herbold. The Lunch & Learn was a venue for the Young Leaders to speak to community members and council members about the importance of the Young Leader’s Green Pathways campaign. A campaign that callsContinue reading “Young Leaders in the Green Movement”

Reform advocates upset over pushback over changing malice law

Members of the legislative task force formed to recommend policy to next year’s Legislature on how to reduce violent interactions involving law enforcement listen Tuesday to executive director Sue Rahr of the state Criminal Justice Training Center during their meeting at the Burien facility. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com When an effort by state lawmakers to makeContinue reading “Reform advocates upset over pushback over changing malice law”

Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion

LEAD (Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion) caseworker Tim Candela, right, attends a LEAD meeting at the SPD West Precinct From: CapitolHillSeattle In recent weeks, East Precinct officers have been trained to participate in the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion program. LEAD now joins the already functioning Multi-Disciplinary Team program on Capitol Hill in giving law enforcement newContinue reading “Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion”