All clear at Spokane City Hall
By Jacob H. Fries
Tags: News, police, city hall, News
Spokane City Hall closes after unidentified white powder is found
Between Rocky and a Hard Place
A city attorney with a tough-guy reputation tries to strong-arm a lawyer into staying away from City Council members.
By Nicholas Deshais
Tags: News, police, ombudsman, politics, injustice project
Let the Sun Shine In
The problem is the legal decision to keep the public’s business secret.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Tags: Comment, police, injustice project, ombudsman, common ground
Inlander responds to allegations of bias
Tags: News, police, injustice project, records, News
Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Provide me and the city with some feedback.
By Mary Verner
Tags: Comment, police, politics, government
Breaking Blue Silence
The mayor will review the city's records policy, but a councilman is skeptical.
Oil and Cop-Watching
Idahoans don't seem too enamored of oil gear mucking up their highways, and the Spokane City Council actually voted on stuff.
By Kevin Taylor and Daniel Walters
Tags: News, ombudsman, police, oil spill, megaloads
Strong Arm of the Law
What happens when someone complains a cop used excessive force? Usually, not much.
Tags: News, ombudsman, police, politics, kirkpatrick, injustice project
A History of Violence
The nature of law enforcement is dangerous. Sometimes it ends in violence. Here's a selection of incidents in Spokane County during the last 15 years.
By Heidi Groover
Tags: News, police, crime, politics, ombudsman, injustice project
Last week's marathon council meeting ended without a vote on powers for the police ombudsman.
By Kevin Taylor
Tags: News, police, politics, ombudsman
Spokane's police ombudsman now online
Tags: News, police, Ombudsman, News
Report: Kirkpatrick still seeks Seattle chief job
Tags: News, police, politics, kirkpatrick, News
The (Finally) Fightin' Fifth
Sheriff Knezovich wants to revive rehabilitation programs at Geiger. Plus, Cathy McMorris Rodgers gets a Dem challenger.
By Nicholas Deshais, Kevin Taylor and Heidi Groover
Tags: News, jail, politics, sheriff, election 2010, ombudsman, police
There is a glitch in the Matrix - Oops! I mean on City Council TV.
Tags: News, City Council, police, ombudsman, News
Teeth for the Watchdog
The City Council, amid an outcry, delays its vote to strengthen civilian oversight of police.
Tags: News, police, ombudsman, kirkpatrick
Two Into One
The SPD and the County Sheriff's Department should eliminate
redundancy and merge. It's worked in other cities.
Tags: Comment, police, spokane county, sheriff, politics, government, common ground
At the Crossroads
It’s official: Spokane likes bikes; plus, protests over the police ombudsman.
By Inlander Staff
Tags: News, bikes, police, ombudsman, valley
Kirkpatrick eliminated as finalist
Tags: News, police, anne kirkpatrick, News
Two of Kirkpatrick's competitors drop out
Tags: News, anne kirkpatrick, police, News
Spokane City Council considers changes to police oversight; plus, a Bloomsday miracle.
Tags: News, police, ombudsman, war
Despite the Police Guild’s lack of confidence, Chief Kirkpatrick finds an unexpected supporter
Tags: News, police, kirkpatrick
Seattle Weekly calls out Seattle Times over Spokane police chief
Are You Smarter Than a Third-Grader?
Elementary efforts to help Chief Garry; plus, Democrats on the future of the Snake River.
Tags: News, education, environment, police
Chief K makes Seattle semis
Tags: News, Anne Kirkpatrick, police, News
Ami Strahan confronts life on her own after losing her husband to freak accident, then her son at the Freeman High School shooting
Written about a teenage confidential informant, bounty hunters and a train hopper who lost his…
Posted by: Happy Schwenkfelder
on Aug 21, 2019
St. Louis, Missouri. He covers criminal justice and has written about a teenage confidential informant,…
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on Aug 21, 2019
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