Next Public Compstat Meeting is March 23rd at City Hall

Ofc. Teresa Fuller


Wednesday, March 16, 2016 at 1:11 p.m.


The Spokane Police Division will hold another public Compstat Meeting next Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at 9:30am, in City Council Chambers, 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. Compstat reports are posted to https://my.spokanecity.org/police/prevention/compstat/  every week for public viewing. The SPD leadership team meets monthly to discuss the latest crime trends, significant arrests and investigations. After the success of the first public Compstat meeting, leadership decided to continue holding them publicly until further notice.

 

During this Compstat briefing you will see SPD’s efforts to address crime, quality of life issues, and community outreach efforts made in the prior month. Also included in the presentation will be crime “hot spots” that were identified and efforts taken to address crime in those areas, significant arrests, and any other significant events or investigations that impacted Spokane in the previous month (please note, certain ongoing investigations may be left out of the presentation due to the sensitive nature of the information surrounding the event).

The Precinct Captains, Investigative Captain, Assistant Chief, and other SPD leaders will be in attendance providing reviews of the past months crime trends. This is an excellent opportunity for our community to see firsthand what their Spokane Police do on a regular basis to keep them safe and keep reducing crime in Spokane.

We will also be posting a video of the meeting to our YouTube channel afterward.



Contact Police

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For general police email contact:
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For nuisance reports, including code violations (i.e. illegal camping, substantial litter in yards or alleys, graffiti, land use violations), parking complaints, and road condition issues contact:

Media Relations Contact

Cpl. Nick Briggs
509.835.4568
nbriggs@spokanepolice.org