Reminder: Shoreline Police Chief Candidates Virtual Public Forum Wednesday 6:30 - 8:00pm

Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Shoreline Police station entrance
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Shoreline Police Chief Candidates Virtual Public Forum

Wednesday, September 21, 6:30 to 8:00pm.

Webinar ID: 891 6250 0334
Passcode: 293366

Shoreline is appointing a new Police Chief; meet the final candidates at a virtual public forum!

The City will hold a virtual public forum via Zoom to allow the two finalists to introduce themselves to residents and answer questions. The forum will be moderated by Natasha Jones, the Director of Customer Service at King County. 

Residents who wish to submit questions to the candidates can do so using the Q/A feature in Zoom during the meeting. The moderator will compile questions for the candidates based on the questions submitted. 

Interpretation will be provided in the following languages during the public forum to meet the two Police Chief candidates:
  • ASL
  • Mandarin
  • Spanish
  • Tigrinya
Live transcription will also be happening during the meeting.

City Manager Debbie Tarry anticipates making a final decision on the new Police Chief by the end of September.

The City of Shoreline contracts with the King County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) for police services. Although officers work for King County, they are assigned to work specifically in Shoreline and focus on building relationships with the Shoreline community. The Police Chief reports to the King County Sheriff and the Shoreline City Manager.

The two Police Chief candidates are Captain Kelly Park, who is currently the Operations / Administration Captain for the Shoreline Police Department, and Captain Heather Volpe, who is currently the Operations/Administration Captain for KCSO’s Southwest Precinct.

If you have questions for the candidates, you can submit them online prior to the forum or you can use the Q/A feature during the forum.


Anonymous,  September 21, 2022 at 7:42 PM  

How - or to whom can we comment to after having attending the Forum?

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