Mayor tells of progress in police review program

SEATTLE -- Seattle Mayor Mike McGinnn held a news conference Thursday to update the public on the progress being made in the Seattle Police Department's 20/20 police reform plan.

The plan, formed with the goal of supporting a "just and effective police force," was announced nearly a year ago.

"We are about halfway through our timeline for reforming the Seattle Police Department in 20 months, and significant progress has been made," McGinn said.

Below is the status of each item committed to in the 20/20 plan, according to the city. Those interested can also visit the 20/20 website for more information.