Showing content tagged with public safety
Listing 1 - 10 of 12 Results
Thumbnail for - Morning Fizz: Much-Deserved Neighborhood Fanfare
Jun 27, 2014
Morning Fizz
Caffeinated News & Gossip featuring how we really felt about this week's headlines.
Thumbnail for - Metro Review: One in Six Cameras Don't Work
Oct 24, 2013
According to a review in the wake of a bus shooting in August, one in six Metro bus cameras aren't working.
Thumbnail for - Morning Fizz: Escalating List of Council Endorsements
Sep 5, 2013
Morning Fizz
Caffeinated News & Gossip featuring: Harrell for Murray? The towing industry for McGinn? And Holmes for peeing in public?
Thumbnail for - Despite His Angry Letter, Holmes Hasn't Prosecuted Repeat Nuisance Offenders for Failing to Appear in Court
Aug 21, 2013
City Hall
Despite an indignant letter claiming he has no policy against prosecuting chronic nuisance law offenders who fail to appear in court, City Attorney Pete Holmes hasn't prosecuted a single such case...
Thumbnail for - "Surprised and Dismayed" City Attorney Rejects SPD Request to Prosecute Repeat Downtown Offenders
Aug 21, 2013
City Hall
Declaring himself "surprised and dismayed" by an SPD official's statements, City Attorney Pete Holmes says he won't issue a blanket crackdown on 28 repeat nuisance-law offenders downtown.
Thumbnail for - SPD Asks City Attorney to Target 28 Downtown "Repeat Offenders"
Aug 20, 2013
City Hall
The Seattle Police Department has asked city attorney Pete Holmes to target 28 individuals who've repeatedly violated nuisance laws downtown.
Thumbnail for - McGinn: $400,000 More for Cops
Aug 16, 2013
City Hall
Mayor Mike McGinn proposes spending $400,000 more for overtime to put officers at crime "hot spots" around the city.
Thumbnail for - Inconclusive in Their Potential
Sep 7, 2012
Morning Fizz
Caffeinated News & Gossip featuring: crime prevention, political committees, and Obama's missed opportunity.
Thumbnail for - McGinn Public Safety Budget: Cop Hiring Freeze; Preserve Advocates, Mounted Unit
Sep 24, 2011
City Hall
Mayor Mike McGinn's budget plan: continued freeze on police hiring, preservation of crime prevention coordinators, victim advocates, and mounted unit.
Thumbnail for - County Sales Tax Goes to November Ballot
Jul 19, 2010
The King County Council's Democratic majority moves a 0.2-percent sales-tax increase for public safety to a countywide November ballot.
Listing 1 - 10 of 12 Results