Documents tagged: Spokane Police Department
A letter sent by the City Council, approved unanimously, laying out priorities for negotiating a new contract with the Spokane Police Guild.
Mayor David Condon sent this letter to the Spokane City Council on Wednesday, April 12, 2017, requesting the panel pass an ordinance outlining the role of the ombudsman before he …
An audit prepared by researchers at Gonzaga University on the culture of the Spokane Police Department, released in March 2017.
The document that panelists interviewing two candidates for Spokane Police Chief were asked to sign.
The Spokane Police Department still doesn’t have a finalized body camera policy. Instead, officers are using the guidelines in this 2015 training bulletin.
This document describes the situations where SPD will release body camera footage from officer-involved shootings.
A motion filed by the attorney for former Spokane Police Guilt president John Gately to dismiss two felony rendering criminal assistance charges.
SPD’s training policy as revised during the Department of Justice review.
SPD’s new early intervention system policy, created as part of the Department of Justice review.
The Spokane Police Department report on a July 2015 domestic violence arrest involving Officer John Yen.
SPD’s revised control techniques policy, updated as part of the Department of Justice review.
Revised during the Department of Justice review in 2015 to add a section on policy updates.
SPD’s revised officer-involved shooting policy, updated as part of the Department of Justice review.
A list of questions from Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart about Mayor David Condon’s appointment of Jim McDevitt as law enforcement director.
Unsigned statement about the revision process for SPD’s use of force policy.
Mayor David Condon’s responses to city council questions about the appointment of Jim McDevitt as law enforcement director.
The training bulletin sent to SPD officers on Dec. 10, 2015 regarding changes to the use of force policy.
The Spokane Police Department’s policy manual as of 2013, which was current until revisions made during the Department of Justice review.
SPD’s revised use of force policy, updated as part of the Department of Justice review.
The new SPD policy on firearms, revised as part of the Department of Justice review.
Former Spokane Police Chief Frank Straub filed a $4 million wrongful termination claim against the City of Spokane on Oct. 8, 2015.
The report delivered by the Department of Justice on Dec. 19, 2014, that is an audit of the Spokane Police Department.
The Spokane Police Department internal investigation into Brad Thoma after he was charged with drunken driving and leaving the scene of a collision in 2009. Thomas is suing the city …
Partial depositions of former Spokane Police Sgt. Brad Thoma and former Spokane Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick. The depositions were taken for Thoma’s lawsuit in federal court against the city of …