Seattle Police now has 4 Crime Prevention Coordinators, geographic boundaries change

by | Apr 21, 2011

Last October we told you about the Seattle Police Department’s plan to eliminate three of its Crime Prevention Coordinators, because of budget cuts. Now, SPD has announced that the geographic boundaries for the four remaining CPCs has changed.
Terrie Johnston is the CPC for the North Precinct, which includes Phinney and Greenwood.

The CPCs work in the precincts to educate individuals on ways to reduce their risk of becoming victims, and act as liaisons between the local community and the police.
Although these changes will undoubtedly be felt by everyone, the Seattle Police Department will continue to strengthen links with all community members and associations through open communications, mutual responsibility, and a commitment to customer service.

You can reach Crime Prevention Coordinator Terrie Johnston at 206-684-7711 or by email.

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