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STA to resume paying downtown police officer’s salary

The Spokane Transit Authority will once again pay the salary of a downtown police officer under the terms of a contract approved by the organization’s board Thursday.

STA considering new funding for downtown police officer

STA is considering renewing an agreement to fund a downtown Spokane police officer, police officials told Spokane’s Public Safety Committee Monday.

Police captain back on duty after investigation into furniture move

Spokane Police Capt. Brad Arleth is no longer on paid administrative leave, a police spokeswoman confirmed Thursday evening.

New Spokane police precinct opens at Intermodal Center

The controversial decision to move the Spokane Police Department’s downtown precinct became official Thursday, as city leaders stood before the blue-tiled service counter with assurances that the new location would …

Council members seek proof that downtown police precinct move will save money

Spokane City Council members are calling for city and police leaders to show how two-week old move of the downtown police precinct will save the city money.

STA no longer will pay a police officer’s salary following precinct move

Spokane Transit Authority will no longer pay the salary for a downtown Spokane police officer following the department’s decision to move the downtown police precinct away from the STA Plaza.

Office furniture the cause of police captain’s administrative leave

Brad Arleth, the downtown precinct police captain, was placed on leave Monday after a member of the city administration filed a complaint alleging Arleth was insubordinate when he moved furniture …