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Crime Prevention Coordinators

About Crime Prevention Coordinators

Crime Prevention Coordinators (CPCs) are experts in crime prevention techniques. You can contact your CPC to inquire about general crime prevention tips, get involved or start a Block Watch group, request their presence at an upcoming community meeting and to discuss ongoing crime concerns in your neighborhood.  

Barb Biondo

West Precinct Crime Prevention Coordinator

Barb Biondo

barbara.biondo@seattle.gov
206-233-0015

 


Joe Elenbaas

East Precinct Crime Prevention Coordinator

Joe Elenbaas

joseph.elenbaas@seattle.gov
206-684-5758

 


Mark Solomon

South Precinct Crime Prevention Coordinator

Mark Solomon

mark.solomon@seattle.gov
206-386-9766

 


Jen DannerSouthwest Precinct Crime Prevention Coordinator

Jennifer Danner

jennifer.danner@seattle.gov
(206) 256-6820
(206) 471-2849

 


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North Precinct Crime Prevention Coordinator

Sarah Lawson

sarah.lawson@seattle.gov
more information to come.

 


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North Precinct Crime Prevention Coordinator

Katelyn Yep

katelyn.yep@seattle.gov
more information to come.

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Mailing Address: PO Box 34986, Seattle, WA, 98124-4986
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