Your next chance to talk with and hear from West Seattle police

Questions for local police? Bring them to the next Southwest Precinct Crime Prevention Council meeting, now set for 6 pm Thursday, April 6th. Chair Melody Sarkies says that along with local police, two guests are scheduled: The precinct’s Crime Prevention Coordinator Jennifer Danner will talk about home safety/security measures and “personal wellbeing”; Michael Eggers from the city’s Clean City Initiative will bring “information about safe techniques to collect needles found on private and public property and various collection-box locations.” You can attend in person at the precinct – 2300 SW Webster – or online (link to come – it’ll be in our calendar listing when available).

5 Replies to "Your next chance to talk with and hear from West Seattle police"

  • NW March 28, 2023 (3:47 pm)

    I’d like to attend a similar event and I believe public would too where we have a chance to talk with a bus driver of public transit. 

    • WSB March 28, 2023 (3:56 pm)

      You might talk to the West Seattle Transportation Coalition about that.

      • NW March 28, 2023 (7:24 pm)

        I will try and reach out to them or even try and start up a west seattle transit group individuals interested specifically in public transit. 

        • DC March 29, 2023 (8:36 am)

 has great reporting on all things public transit in Seattle and has occasional meet-ups with others interested. Not West Seattle specific, but might be worth checking out. 

  • NW March 29, 2023 (6:55 pm)

    I was on the bus today rode it to the end of the route down to Alki. Passengers who has rode the bus years gets off ,normally I don’t take the bus to the end of the route, right at a busy cross street on sw admiral way. The bus stop is right on the corner he proceeds to use the crosswalk and cross the street in front of the bus mind you the bus is on the curbline. So I asked the driver do you see that quite a bit people crossing irresponsibly? He witnessed similar situation someone in a rush who was hit by a car a severely injured. He also stated he had to take the rest of the day off his shift because of the reaction to it. I plan to share this and help out hopefully the passenger on the bus who crossed the street where he should not have. This is why we need a west seattle transit group help community be safe. 

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