THE Seattle Police Officers GUILD
is the largest police labor union in the Northwest. We represent over 1300 members which includes all of the officers and sergeants on the Seattle Police Department. As a not for profit corporation, we receive no funding from government agencies or tax dollars. We strive to provide assistance to officers, their families and the community. Over the years, we have been able to make funds available to families facing life threatening illnesses, sponsor children’s athletic leagues, and participate in many charitable events. Most importantly, we work hard to protect the benefits, working conditions, training and equipment of our members so they can continue to work hard to protect all of us in the community.
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Seattle Police Officer Ryan Gallagher talks about patrol work and the rewards of being a police officer. Video by Stacey Sanner Productions
"A new FBI report finds that the “War on Cops” is real and has deadly consequences. Undertaken last year after a spate of cop-killings around the nation, the study confirms that areas across the nation have seen “de-policing” in the wake of protests that political...
For Immediate Release Statement Regarding Officer Adley Shepherd Decision Seattle Police Officers Guild 2949 Fourth Avenue South Seattle, WA 98134 206.767.1150 (phone) 206.768.1848 (fax) Kevin Stuckey – President Mike Solan – Vice President Walt Hayden –...
It’s been an emotional week for Jon Stewart.
The comedian and former The Daily Show host gave a powerful speech before Congress on Tuesday to fight for full funding of the 9/11 first responders compensation fund.
Why is SPOG supporting Adley Shepherd? We feel it is important for the citizens of the City of
Seattle to understand why we continue to support him and fight to get his job back.
The following narrative is a summary of a critical incident that occurred within the City of Seattle. The involved officers were nominated by their peers for SPOG Officers of the Month due to their excellence, bravery and life safety actions.
The Seattle Police Officer’s Guild is pleased to announce that our membership of 1320 members has voted overwhelmingly to ratify the new contract offer. Ballots were counted today and 1013 of the 1059 returned ballots voted to accept the contract offer.
Seattle police have opened an investigation into an officer-involved shooting in the Eastlake neighborhood Sunday. A source within the department close to the investigation says both officers are under criminal investigation.
In the wake of the Seattle Police shooting of a young mother, the police officers’ union is speaking out, hoping to shed some light on the officers and their training.