Tag Archives: Everett Police

Complaints Lead Everett Police And City Hall To Clarify Employee Social Media Policy

December 23, 2020

Comments Off on Complaints Lead Everett Police And City Hall To Clarify Employee Social Media Policy

Editor’s Note: The following story contains links to investigative reports that include examples of content posted on social media accounts that some readers may find objectionable. They are included in order to present the story as it was reviewed by the City of Everett. Redactions to the reports are from the City of Everett. There […]

Continue reading...

Don’t Call 911 To Report COVID-19 Violations In Everett

November 24, 2020

Comments Off on Don’t Call 911 To Report COVID-19 Violations In Everett

Everett Police have issued a reminder that 911 is not the number to call if you want to report people or businesses violating COVID-19 restrictions put in place by State and local authorities. Here is what EPD had to say on their Facebook Page Tuesday afternoon. COVID-19 complaints of social gatherings, businesses or organizations not […]

Continue reading...

Everett Police Seek Information On Family Of Detective Killed 100 Years Ago Today

November 23, 2020

Comments Off on Everett Police Seek Information On Family Of Detective Killed 100 Years Ago Today

100 years ago, Everett Police Detective John H. Fox was killed in the line of duty. Everett Police are looking for more information on his family. Take a read and if you can help them out contact Everett Police. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the line of duty death of Everett Police Detective […]

Continue reading...

Everett Settles Out Of Court With Police Officer For $549 Thousand Dollars

April 30, 2020

1 Comment

Yesterday, after a brief executive session away from the public, the Everett City Council voted to allow Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin to authorize a settlement agreement with Everett Police Officer Brett Gailey for more than half-a-million dollars to settle a workplace discrimination claim he filed against the City of Everett. The vote was five in […]

Continue reading...

Everett Police Remember Fallen Officer On 20 Year Anniversary Of His Line Of Duty Death

July 15, 2019

Comments Off on Everett Police Remember Fallen Officer On 20 Year Anniversary Of His Line Of Duty Death

Editor’s Note: This morning at 3:15 AM there was a moment of silence on the Everett Police radio frequency. It marked the time twenty years ago that Everett Police Officer Brian DiBucci died in the line of duty serving the citizens of Everett, Washington. Every year during their annual awards ceremony the Brian Dibucci Award […]

Continue reading...

Everett PD Boosts Signing Bonus For Experienced WA Police Officers To $20,000.00

May 31, 2019

Comments Off on Everett PD Boosts Signing Bonus For Experienced WA Police Officers To $20,000.00

The city of Everett, Washington really wants to hire some experienced police officers to fill current and anticipated vacancies. Thursday they issued the following call for experienced police officers and explained how the $20,000.00 incentive works. There are some strings attached. The Everett Police Department will begin offering an additional financial incentive to Washington state […]

Continue reading...