Law enforcement and mental health: Breaking the code of silence

February 28, 2020

By City University of Seattle


It’s no surprise that law enforcement officers and other first responders are at a higher risk of depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder than other professions — and in greater need of diligent emotional self-care.

Redmond Police Foundation mentioned in Police One article!

January 20, 2020

Form a non-profit to bridge the gap for law enforcement funding needs

Police foundations raise millions of dollars each year for the purchase of new equipment and development of officer wellness and community policing initiatives...

New Redmond Police Chief Comes From Los Angeles Area

September 04, 2019

REDMOND, WA — The Redmond City Council on Tuesday confirmed Mayor John Marchione's pick to replace retired former police chief Kristi Wilson.


Redmond's new chief will be Darrell Lowe, who served in multiple...

By Katie Metzger and Ashley Hiruko

Rain. Coffee. Traffic. These top the list for what Seattle and the Eastside cities are best known for. But what isn’t apparent at first notice are the many women leading law enforcement agencies around the county.

They are the chiefs in Seattle, Kirkland, Redmond, Bothell, Sammamish and Black Diamond, as well as the county sheriff. They’re also leaders...

Redmond Police Chief Kristi Wilson featured in 425 Magazine!

May 15, 2017

Redmond Police Chief Kristi Wilson has been a police officer for 30 years, and she’s spent 24 of those years in Redmond. Now, in her first year as chief, Wilson talked about the changing face of Redmond, the relationship between the community and law enforcement, and what she loves about her job.

Redmond Police Foundation featured in the Redmond Reporter

January 13, 2017

About six months ago, a group of concerned citizens in Redmond began talking about how they wanted to support their police department.

After approaching the Redmond Police Department (RPD), the citizens began working on forming the Redmond Police Foundation, a benevolent vehicle to support officers outside of the city budget.

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