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The fatal shooting of Tommy Le served as a case study for researchers.
Police reform advocates pivot their focus to officer’s interactions with people in mental health crises.
All 450 deputies are slated carry the heroin overdose antidote by mid-summer.
An agreement between lawmakers, activists, and police alters and passes the I-940 ballot initiative.
One defendant’s attorney discovered the oversight.
Forty-seven arrests were made in the suspected illegal marijuana grow-op run by Chinese nationals.
The King County Prosecuting Attorney’s office charged a 25-year-old man for emailing pastors: “Time to engage the artillery and kill you all.”
A tentative agreement creates an additional appeals process for disciplined police officers.
Big news on the consent-decree front. But not everyone’s celebrating.
The order follows revelations that the FBI is investigating SPD officers for working as private enforcers at parking lots and construction sites.
The sheriff says it’s bogus. His accuser says it’s been buried.
The suit is against the two SPD officers who shot her. The City of Seattle will be added later.
The family says the results show a pattern of deception around what led to Le’s death.
The former SPD officer who was fired for racial bias received more than $100,000 from the city.
Richard Rowe, 53, is a county Detective assigned to the Woodinville Police Department.
A county detective is on leave after sticking a gun in a driver’s face without identifying himself.
Officers Scott Miller and Michael Spaulding say the fiery socialist defamed their reputations.
The claim says police lost their “composure,” should have had a plan to deal with Lyles’ mental health.
The incident marks the fourth time Kent police have killed a suspect in the last 10 months.
As the formal investigation nears its conclusion, a more complete account of the night emerges.