Diane R. moderated.
John W. recorded.
Left to right: T. Frame 7474; W. Kohn 6195; Lt Steve Strand 5689, Operations; Jennifer Danner 8048, Crime Prevention Coordinator; Taylor Lowery, Intern.
- If you feel threatened, call 9-1-1.
- If you need police presence, call 9-1-1.
- If you see an ongoing pattern that needs police attention, email Jennifer Danner or Lt Steve Strand.
- If you want to report an incident that doesn't need police presence, go to: SPD Online Crime Reporting. This is good for insurance and credit card disputes.
- If you want to report an environmental problem, use the Find It Fix It app or dial 206-684-CITY.
a. This would include anything on public property, such as needles or potholes,
b. If the problem is on Shag property, report it to management.
- There was discussion about Sharps disposal and medications disposal.
- If you have concerns about visitors, and it is not a threatening situation, provide details to management. If you think someone is trespassing in common areas, call 9-1-1 and let the police sort it out..
- If you report a crime or incident to police, provide your police report to management.
- Police gather statistics on incidents to allocate police resources, even if it seems minor. They can see patterns that you might not perceive.
- Management needs incident reports, formal and informal, to make legal cases for evictions.
- Diane said we will kick off a Block Watch committee in January 2020.
- The last effort to start AG Block Watch was in October 2017.
- Jennifer Danner emails newletters on crime prevention. They are posted on the home page of The Gazette. You can subscribe by emailing her.
- Jennifer Danner: Desk: 206-256-6820 / Mobile: 205-471-2849 / Jennifer.Danner@Seattle.gov
- Lt Steve Strand: Steven.Strand@Seattle.gov
- SPD Southwest Precinct:
2300 SW Webster St., Seattle, WA 98016-3485 / Contact Page
Block Watch Program (click attachment)
Connect with your community for emergency preparedness (click attachment)
Crime Watch Signs and Instructions