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THURSDAY: Meet South Precinct Police Captain Without Getting Arrested

The community is invited to join the Rainier Beach Neighborhood Association (RBNA) this Thur., April 28, 7 pm, at Hong Kong Seafood Restaurant (9400 Rainier Ave. S.) for a Meet & Greet with Captain Mike Noland, South Precinct Commander of the Seattle Police Department.

From RBNA Board Chair Yalonda Gill Masundire:

After numerous attempts to gather with Rainier Beach neighbors over the past several months, Capt. Noland is set to make a first appearance to interact with you and your Block Watch Group to discuss what safety preparations can be made for this Summer.

This will be the perfect opportunity to partner with SPD, communicate the needs of the neighborhood and to set into place some proactive steps to safeguard against the things we don’t want to see (e.g. crime, youth violence, burglaries, etc.).

Hope you can make it. Complimentary appetizers will be served and you’re welcome to purchase dinner. Also it’s a great time to patronize one of RB’s unique restaurants while networking and engaging the Captain.

Captain Mike Nolan is a 25-year veteran of the police force who once worked the South Precinct as a patrol officer and a detective in the Vice Unit. He replaced Captain Dave Emerick late last year.

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