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Seattle by the Numbers

The numbers are in, (they are calculated May to May)

Population: 775,000

Police Officers:  838

If you do the math that equals:  1 officer for every 925 citizens

Target for police full police staff:  1,400

If you do the math that equals: 1 officer for every 554 citizens

Is it any wonder why the Seattle Police Department is no longer going to pursue rape cases? Did you hear that all you defund the police, my body - my choice, protect the children by banning guns, and let them eat cake political leaders?

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If you are not a numbers person, but you are a feeling person, this means the Seattle police department will take no (0) new adult sexual assault cases, because they only have 4 officers in that unit.  

Did you think that was bad news?  Here are the projections

New Hires in Police Department this year (same as last year):  22

 Anticipated lose of police officers this year: 200

If you do the math:  That could leave only 658 police officers in Seattle

If you do the math: That is 1 officer to protect 1,778 citizens each.

These policies, which made Seattle a safe haven for criminals, came from only 1 political party in this state:  Democrats.

 It is time to give credit where credit is due.

~ Lorraine Newman

Kris’s interviews Liv Finne, Director of Education for the Washington Policy Center and Dean Gano, author of "Root Cause Analysis: A New Way of Thinking."  
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Host Charlie Crabtree interviews Whatcom County Councilmember Ben Elenbaas about the upcoming redistricting within the state; what areas and districts will be affected and what is the goal?

SML Host Charlie Crabtree interviews Washington State Secretary of State, Kim Wyman on election integrity and how the state monitor's to prevent voter fraud...the resources available to the state includes the voters to watchdog the outcome and let the state know when they suspect voter fraud.


Charlie Crabtree of The Fourth Corner hosts today's show.

Part 1: Interview Tim Eyman on the outcome of the Bob Ferguson, Washington State lawsuit against him. How has it affected his ability to be a voice of the people going forward?

Part 2: Interview with Ken Bell, Commissioner for Dist. 2 at the Port of Bellingham. Ken will update what's happening at the port properties around Whatcom County and progress on the Downtown Bellingham Waterfront property.

 

Vince BuysHost Vince Buys interviews Washington State Senator Doug Ericksen on the upcoming state legislative agenda which begins this January 2020.

Link to the TVW video of 2021 Opening Session in Olympia.

Part 1: Host Kris Halterman interviews Matt Larkin (R), statewide candidate for Washington State Attorney General.

Part 2: Host Kris Halterman interviews Jeffrey Beeler (R), federal candidate for Congressional District 1. 


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