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  • Spokane County Sheriff’s Office Citizen Advisory Board review report

    Consultant Kathryn Olson prepared this 13-page report, calling for reforms that will lead to increased public trust in the oversight function of the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office Citizen Advisory Board. …


  • Sheriff’s internal investigation - Marske

    The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office internal investigation case file and findings in the case of Sgt. Doug Marske.


  • Draft Spokane County Sheriff’s Office camera policy

    Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich is working to implement body cameras within his office. These proposed policies were presented earlier this year to the Spokane County Deputy Sheriffs Association for …


  • Steve Tucker’s press release

    Spokane County Prosecuting Attorney Steve Tucker will not file criminal charges against sheriff’s Deputy Brian Hirzel for the shooting of Pastor Wayne Scott Creach on Aug. 25, 2010.


  • Hirzel shooting review

    The “Officer-Involved Shooting Review” prepared in the shooting of Wayne Scott Creach by Spokane County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Hirzel. Note: the document contains some objectionable language.


  • Sheriff’s Office training presentation

    This PowerPoint presentation, converted into a PDF, is used by the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office in training for use of force.


  • Deputy Brian Hirzel statement

    Deputy Brian Hirzel’s statement to police investigators about the night he fatally shot Wayne Scott Creach, Aug. 25, 2010, on Creach’s Spokane Valley property.


  • Lead investigator’s initial summary on Creach shooting

    Initial summary from Spokane police Detective Brian Hamond, lead investigator on Deputy Brian Hirzel’s shooting of Wayne Scott Creach.


  • Ozzie Knezovich’s statement on the death of W. Scott Creach


  • Supreme Court: Legal financial obligations

    The Washington Supreme Court rules that authorities no longer can make people who owe court fees and fines – legal financial obligations – sign a document saying they will automatically …


  • Excerpt of Pete Bunch internal report

    An excerpt of Spokane County sheriff’s Lt. Bill Rose’s Feb. 6, 2009, internal report on Pete Bunch in which he describes Prosecutor Jim Bledsoe’s expressed intention not to prosecute Bunch.


  • 911 transcript in Pete Bunch investigation

    A transcript of the 911 call that led to officers confronting Spokane County sheriff’s Sgt. Pete Bunch, released with internal Sheriff’s Office investigation documents.


  • Email seeking legal opinion on Pete Bunch’s arrest

    An email exchange between Spokane County sheriff’s Lt. Bill Rose and Mark Lindsey in which Rose seeks a legal opinion on the arrest of sheriff’s Sgt. Pete Bunch.


  • Pete Bunch internal investigation 02

    Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich’s March 23, 2009, notification to Sgt. Pete Bunch regarding potential disciplinary actions, with Bunch’s response.


  • Pete Bunch internal investigation 01

    Spokane County sheriff’s Lt. Bill Rose’s Feb. 6, 2009, internal report on complaints against Sgt. Pete Bunch, with Bunch’s response.


  • Pete Bunch arrest report

    Officers’ reports in the arrest of Spokane County sheriff’s Sgt. Pete Bunch. Two officers’ accounts were not posted because of profanity and to protect personal information of the reporting woman.


  • Pete Bunch, disciplinary records

    Internal Spokane County Sheriff’s Office documentation of disciplinary actions against Sgt. Pete Bunch. These include records of neglect of duty and off-duty misconduct between 2002 and 2005, as well as …


  • Spokane County request for payment

    A Spokane County Commission letter to Spokane Valley Mayor Rich Munson requesting payment for law enforcement services.


  • David Byrnes case records

    Spokane County Sheriff’s Office records relating to the DWI case and dismissal of David Byrnes, the region’s fired Homeland Security czar. Released under a public records request.

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