Seattle City Councilmember Tim Burgess, outgoing chairman of the council’s Public Safety Committee and a former police officer, has written an essay on how he envisions policing in Seattle.
Burgess’ essay, “A New Philosophy of Policing,” calls for police to focus on “micro-areas” where crime is concentrated.
To read the essay, click here.
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