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Everett Police Chief Says New Bills Mean Public May Need To Reset Expectations After Sunday

July 23, 2021

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Today Everett Police Chief Dan Templeman posted the following message on the Everett Police Department Facebook page. For those of you who don’t follow Everett Police on social media we are posting it here. A message from Chief Dan Templeman regarding recent legislation: “Many of our residents have heard about the potential impacts on community […]

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Everett Police Reactivate Citizen Volunteers And Home Vacation Checks

July 21, 2021

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Two popular programs suspended during the Pandemic have been reactivated by the police department in Everett, Washington. Citizen Volunteers Against Crime and the Vacation Crime Watch are both back up and running. Here’s some basic information if you’re interested. CITIZEN VOLUNTEERS AGAINST CRIME Our active Citizen Volunteers Against Crime (CVAC) group serve the department and […]

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Everett Police Working On Roll Out Of Body Worn Cameras For Patrol Officers

January 8, 2021

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Back in November we told you about the Everett City Council approving a grant to outfit police patrol officers in Everett, Washington with body worn cameras. At that time the hope was to deploy them by the end of the year. That process is taking a bit longer than expected and we checked in with […]

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Man Claiming To Be Bono Goes On Crime Spree At Everett Waterfront

September 3, 2020

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A Snohomish man will make a first court appearance today on multiple felony charges after allegedly committing several crimes last night on Marine View Drive. According to probable cause papers Everett Police were first called to the former Jeld-Wen plant on a report that a man tried to use a small “Bobcat” loader to smash […]

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With “Flexibility” Being The Key Word, Everett Council Votes 6 – 1 To Accept COPS Grant

September 2, 2020

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In a reversal from a week ago, six of seven members of the City Council in Everett, Washington voted to accept a grant of just over six million dollars from the Federal Government COPS program that would allow the city to hire up to 16 police officers over the next three to six years. Last […]

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Councilmembers Stonecipher And Murphy Now Call For Approval Of Everett COPS Grant

September 1, 2020

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Wednesday night (Sep 2nd) the Everett City Council will take a moment before their scheduled 2021 budget workshop to reconsider accepting a $6 million dollar grant to add up to 16 more officers. Just a week ago Brenda Stonecipher and Scott Murphy wrote a letter to the community explaining their opposition to the grant. Today […]

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