West Seattle Crime Watch followup: Local stats at citywide briefing

Last night at the West Seattle Crime Prevention Council meeting – as reported here afterward – SPD Southwest Precinct commander Capt. Steve Wilske noted that burglary and auto theft are down in this area. Above, one of the slides shown at today’s every-other-week SeaStat crime-stats briefing at SPD HQ shows the exact numbers.

Also from today’s slide deck (which you can see in full here), a closer look at the recent robberies that victimized local students:

Slightly closer look at the two maps – the blue boxes represent incidents, the pink/red ones just show geographical reference points:

As Capt. Wilske said last night, no new incidents have been reported since last week – of course, keep in mind that school was out the first two days of this week – and extra police patrols are continuing TFN.

2 Replies to "West Seattle Crime Watch followup: Local stats at citywide briefing"

  • m February 18, 2015 (9:56 pm)

    I notice on the map showing attacks against juveniles, they haven’t updated Denny’s new location on the Chief Sealth campus. I was confused initially, thinking the map showed south to be at the top and north to be on the bottom.

    • WSB February 18, 2015 (10:06 pm)

      Good eye! I didn’t even notice that. The maps aren’t terribly helpful but I thought showing them was at least worthwhile in the context of, they’re talking about the situation over here at headquarters.

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