Fremont and Wallingford Chamber will be hosting a Safety Meeting on Tuesday, February 26, 9-10:30 am at Seattle Bank, 1227 N Allen Pl Seattle, WA 98103, next door to Tutta Bella. This month Loren Street, Community Police Team Officer, will be presenting to the group about current crime statistics in the north precinct. He will [...]
Wednesday, October 24, 9am, History House, 790 N 34th St.This Roundtable discussion on safety, crime and prevention is free and open to all–business and resident–and is focused on frank discussion and meaningful comment. The Fremont Neighborhood Council and the Fremont Chamber have invited Seattle Police Department Officers Loren Street and James Manning and Terrie Johnston [...]
FNC reported Fremont public safety concerns at the Safe Communities meeting at North Seattle Community College October 10. this evening. Here’s the list: break-ins and burglaries, including when residents are present traffic speeds and pedestrian safety, including bad paving and narrow sidewalks spill-over from the bars onto private property, though diminished from past problems [...]
August 7-National Night Out street parties will be Tuesday, August 7th Register your party here: http://www.seattle.gov/spd/nightout/ Close your street, invite your neighbors, and get to know each other. Increase community and safety, and have a good time.
Fremont will soon see a new Assistant City Attorney, Jana Jorgensen, who assigned to the North Precinct starting in February. We haven’t had this kind of help since the former Assistant City Attorney, Ed McKenna, now a judge, stepped down and the program’s federal funding ended. The Seattle Times has a full article about the [...]
Would be interested in your comments on Councilmember Burgess’s approach to crime reduction. Mr. Burgess believes that “The SPD should ;shift away from the general policing of people’ and toward concentration in neighborhoods where such crimes as petty theft, property damage, vandalism, car break-ins and street drug trafficking seem ‘persistent and intractable.’” The article continues, [...]