A Renton man has pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of destructive devices and admitted to bringing a box of 12 Molotov cocktails to protest at the Seattle Police Officers Guild (SPOG) building in 2020.
The president of the Washington State Fraternal Order of Police said Tuesday that "enough is enough" as Seattle struggles with its lowest police staffing in 30 years.
Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell has announced the three finalists for the position of Seattle Police Chief following a nationwide search.
The three presidents of King County’s largest law enforcement unions are calling on lawmaker to “take the politics out of justice system,” claiming staffing shortages are jeopardizing a victim’s right to justice.
After months of tenuous debate, the Seattle City Council voted 7-3 to approve a slate in hiring and retention incentives for the Seattle Police Department.
FOX 13 news anchor Jamie Tompkins took a unique “ride along” with Diaz to better understand the goals and challenges the department faces, his message to officers and why he wants to continue to lead SPD.
Millions of dollars in incentives could lure hundreds of new recruits into the Seattle Police Department.
Police are searching for two suspects after a man was shot in the back in West Seattle Saturday morning.
An investigation is underway after a man was found dead with a gunshot wound in Seattle's Mount Baker neighborhood Saturday morning.
Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell issued an executive order to resolve outstanding sexual assault cases and better support their survivors.
The King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office reviewed the findings of the inquest into the death of Charleena Lyles, agreeing there is no evidence to prove officers carried out criminal conduct.
Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell announced Gino Betts as the next director for the city's Office of Police Accountability (OPA).
City officials said staffing with the Seattle Police Department is at its lowest levels in more than 30 years. More than 400 police officers have left since 2019, according to the city.
The jury found that the two Seattle police officers who fired at Charleena Lyles both gave multiple warnings after she suddenly grabbed a knife and told officers something to the effect of “do it.”
Seattle’s 911 call center is being dragged into the controversy of the police department's slow response times—but it's not a problem of their own making.
Seattle Police interim chief Adrian Diaz says employees will not attend the Seattle Pride Parade, after organizers moved to ban police uniforms and symbols. Seattle Pride argues that sworn officers can still march out of uniform, and their decision stems from decades of police brutality against the LGBTQ community.
While discussing the Seattle Police Department's (SPD) response times in last week's Seattle City Council meeting, it was revealed that the department uses a "Z-Protocol" for low-priority 911 calls. This means that if someone's call is deemed a low-priority, officers are not dispatched immediately, and oftentimes will never respond.
The inquest into the death of Charleena Lyles, King County's formal investigation into what happened the day Seattle police officers shot and killed her in her apartment, officially begins Tuesday morning.
The Seattle Police Department has released new age-progression photos of a girl kidnapped by her biological father in 2014, and new photos of the father in question.
An Inquest Administrator has ruled that the proceedings of an inquest into the police shooting death of Charleena Lyles can be livestreamed, despite officers filing to keep their faces concealed.