JOIN: Project Safe Neighborhoods

Project Safe Neighborhoods Gun Violence Remains a Major Problem in the United States According to the National Crime Victimization Survey, 467,321 persons were victims of a crime committed with a firearm in 2011. In the same year, data collected by the FBI show that firearms were used in 68 percent of murders, 41 percent ofContinue reading “JOIN: Project Safe Neighborhoods”

Prison Reform and Redemption Act 2018

LIVE: President Donald Trump Delivers Remarks At Prison Reform Summit – May 18, 2018 | CNBC Summary: H.R.3356 — 115th Congress (2017-2018)All Information (Except Text) There is one summary for H.R.3356. Bill summaries are authored by CRS. Introduced in House (07/24/2017) Prison Reform and Redemption Act This bill directs the Department of Justice to developContinue reading “Prison Reform and Redemption Act 2018”

2016 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Resource Guide

See the VIDEO 2016 NCVRW Theme Video: Serving Victims. Building Trust. Restoring Hope Every year in April, OVC helps lead communities throughout the country in their annual observances of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW), which will be observed in 2016 on April 10–16. This year’s theme—Serving Victims. Building Trust. Restoring Hope.—underscores the importance ofContinue reading “2016 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Resource Guide”

Can Ferguson Happen Here?

A forum held in SeaTac about the relationship between law enforcement and the community.

MEET EAST PRECINCT CAPTAIN PIERRE DAVIS

Pierre Davis Captain Pierre Davis has over 29 years of service in the Seattle Police Department. Davis has worked as a patrol officer, detective, first line supervisor and mid level manager in the West, South, Southwest and East Precincts, Narcotics, Gang Unit, Felony Fugitive Unit, Office of Professional Accountability, and Traffic Enforcement Unit. Most recentlyContinue reading “MEET EAST PRECINCT CAPTAIN PIERRE DAVIS”

Subscribe to Seattle Central Community College Campus Alerts

Subscribe to Alerts About the Alert System Seattle Community Colleges students and staff members can sign up to receive text message and email alerts in case of a campus emergency or unplanned closure. Log in using your College SID and PIN to designate a cell phone number (for text message alerts) or the email addressContinue reading “Subscribe to Seattle Central Community College Campus Alerts”

McGinn proposes changes in the wake of fatal stabbing

McGinn proposes changes in the wake of fatal stabbing By Joel Moreno Published: Sep 16, 2013 at 5:32 PM PDT Last Updated: Sep 16, 2013 at 6:15 PM PDT SEATTLE — Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn is proposing extensive public safety changes in response to a deadly stabbing outside a Sounders game on Friday. Investigators sayContinue reading “McGinn proposes changes in the wake of fatal stabbing”

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”

Connie Rice: Advancement Project – Leadership

Advancement Project In her legal work, Connie has led multi-racial coalitions of lawyers and clients to win more than $10 billion in damages and policy changes, through traditional class action civil rights cases redressing police misconduct, race and sex discrimination and unfair public policy in transportation, probation and public housing. She filed a landmark caseContinue reading “Connie Rice: Advancement Project – Leadership”