This Tuesday–tomorrow–meeting with SPD and City Council about crime in the North End. The Phinney Ridge Community Council is passing on this information. All North Seattle neighbors are invited to attend: DETAILS for TUESDAY AFTERNOON MEETING: The Whittier Heights Involved Neighbors (WHIN) have called a meeting on Tuesday, Nov 18th from 1:30-3:00pm at the Loyal Heights Community Center, 2101 NW 77th St., Room 2 (upstairs) to address the recent increase in crime in North Seattle. Representatives from the SPD North Precinct and City Council members will be present as well as concerned residents, business owners and other members of the community. A main topic of concern is the rise in property crimes (burglary, car thefts and car prowls) that has been experienced in our area. There will be an open comment period.

Or attend the evening meeting Tuesday: Community Conversation with the Seattle Police North Precinct -Please join us at the Broadview Community Council meeting on Tuesday, November 18 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. for an Open Forum Community Conversation with officers from the North Precinct.  Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Luther Memorial Lutheran Church, 13047 Greenwood Ave N.  Meet some of our local officers;  get an update on the progress on the new North Precinct Building at 130th & Aurora;  learn about crime statistics specific to our area and new safety programs being implemented. Officers will be fielding questions from the audience so bring your questions, concerns, and kudos and be prepared to brainstorm on how we can best work together to improve public safety and reduce crime in the Broadview and surrounding neighborhoods.  Learn what types of suspicious activity to report to assist SPD in catching criminals and learn how we might advocate for new safety programs for the SPD. Representatives from the Broadview Blockwatch will be on hand with information on how to set up or get involved with blockwatch on your block. You can also help the community by bringing your donation of new socks  for the annual North Precinct sock drive. Officers provide socks to community service centers helping the homeless, and when they encounter people in need on the streets.

Thanks to Phinney Neighborhood Council for this information.