Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell blasted homeless activists, county groups, and “inexperienced” city council members in meetings with police officers. He argues they’re getting in the way of his plan to remove encampments, implies he may pull funding from the regional homeless plan, and plans to back certain challengers to current councilmembers.
Both Harrell and his deputy mayor and niece Monisha Harrell spent time meeting with police officers at various roll calls in different precincts. The intent was to help boost morale and slow the mass exodus of officers. It also allowed officers the opportunity to ask questions to the mayor. It comes on the heels of Harrell pushing through a plan to address police recruitment and retention.
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