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Meet local Capitol Hill SPD Officer: Daniel Auderer

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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 the Army. My entire enlistment was as an Infantryman. My most memorable post was in Washington D.C. where I served as an Escort to the President of the United States. After completing my enlistment I returned home to the Puget Sound. I spent a wonderful 8 years in Construction Management before deciding to follow in my father’s footsteps and become a Police Officer. I started to patrol the streets of the East Precinct in Jan of 2009. I enjoy Capitol Hill and what it has to offer in its quirkiness and free spirited atmosphere. In my off time I enjoy all sports, especially baseball.
I also take advantage of any time I can make it on to the Sound for crabbing and fishing.”

Read more about the East Precinct.

Read more SPD East Precinct Captain’s Log website

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Meet local Capitol Hill SPD Officer: Daniel Auderer

Off. 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 the Army. My entire enlistment was as an Infantryman. My most memorable post was in Washington D.C. where I served as an Escort to the President of the United States. After completing my enlistment I returned home to the Puget Sound. I spent a wonderful 8 years in Construction Management before deciding to follow in my father’s footsteps and become a Police Officer. I started to patrol the streets of the East Precinct in Jan of 2009. I enjoy Capitol Hill and what it has to offer in its quirkiness and free spirited atmosphere. In my off time I enjoy all sports, especially baseball.
I also take advantage of any time I can make it on to the Sound for crabbing and fishing.”

Read more about the East Precinct.

Read more SPD East Precinct Captain’s Log website