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Captain Kevin Grossman

Captain Kevin Grossman

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Captain Grossman has been a Seattle Police Officer since 1996.  He has served in a wide variety of assignments, including patrol, detective and supervisor in the Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Unit, liaison officer to the Seattle Housing Authority, supervisor in the Audit, Policy, and Research Section, aide in the Chief's Office, supervisor in the Office of Police Accountability, watch commander in two precincts, the North Precinct Operations Lieutenant, and the South Precinct commander. He was also a Hostage Negotiator for seven years.

Before coming to SPD, he earned a law degree from the University of Wisconsin and worked briefly as an Assistant Attorney General for the Washington Attorney General's Office. In 2017, Captain Grossman earned a master's degree in public administration from the University of Washington.

Kevin is a strong believer in data-driven, problem-oriented policing and is committed to serving the people of Seattle.

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Aurora, Ballard, Bitter Lake, Broadview, Carkeek, Crown Hill, Fremont, Green Lake, Greenwood, Lake City, Laurelhurst, Licton Springs, Loyal Heights, Maple Leaf, Northgate, Phinney Ridge, Ravenna Bryant, Roosevelt, Sand Point, Sunset Hill, University District, View Ridge, Wallingford, Wedgwood

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