Leadership at SPD say the number of shootings and homicides are breaking records across the city, and budget cuts could mean layoffs are in store at the department.
After months of civil unrest, political discord, and efforts by city council leaders to defund Seattle police, record numbers of officers are leaving the force.
Officers are leaving the Seattle Police Department in record numbers, according to data released Friday by the city. Nearly 40 officers left in September alone.
Seattle Police released dashcam and bodycam video of a man with a burning piece of lumber attacking an officer.
A juvenile is in custody after a woman was found dead this morning.
We’re getting our first look at the Seattle Police Department’s efforts to restructure resources, and what they call their “first step” to reimagining policing, with the launch of their community response team.
The Seattle Police Department is on the hunt for leads and tips after a violent weekend across the city.
We saw another weekend of destruction on Seattle streets. This time windows were smashed at City Hall and the Columbia Tower, and rioters left a trail of destruction in other parts of the Seattle core.
Seattle Police said they arrested ten people in response to assaults and property damage during another day of unrest in the city.
Protesters set fires outside a police precinct in Seattle Thursday night, then launched fireworks before police moved in to clear the area.
The independent agency tasked with investigating police misconduct has requested a criminal investigation into a Seattle officer caught on video running over a man's head with his bicycle.
Seattle Police are investigating a video that shows a police officer running over a man's head with his bicycle amid protests that turned violent overnight.
Several officers were injured by protesters, and video shows one officer running over a man with his bicycle.
One man has died and one woman is recovering in the hospital after a stabbing inside a Belltown apartment building Wednesday, Seattle Police said.
Seattle Police Department is vowing to keep its department “as whole as possible” after city council voted to cut its budget for the rest of the year, suggesting 100 officer layoffs.
The Seattle City Council voted Tuesday to override all three vetoes that Mayor Jenny Durkan announced last month, which means the cuts to the Seattle Police Department can proceed.
The controversial budget approved by the council includes cutting off funding for roughly 100 police officers, cutting salaries of police command staff, scrapping the city's navigation team and diverting those funds to boost community programs.
It will take seven votes to override the mayor's veto.
The Seattle Police Department will withdraw a subpoena requiring five Seattle news organizations to give them unpublished news videos and photos taken during racial injustice demonstrations May 30 that investigators argued would help them solve arson and theft cases.
Seattle’s police watchdog on Friday released the results of several investigations stemming from complaints over officer conduct during anti-racism protests, finding in the most high-profile case that an officer did not mean to pepper-spray a young boy.