Everett police present new strategic plan

Everett police have completed their first, formal five-year strategic plan.

We wrote about then-incoming Police Chief Kathy Atwood getting the planning process going as she took helm almost two years ago.

Atwood presented the plan at the Feb. 20 City Council meeting. You can watch the presentation on the council video archives available online.

The presentation, including a Q-and-A with council members, starts at about the 12:00 mark. It lasts more than 20 minutes. Council members mostly asked about code enforcement.

You can read the plan by clicking here or on the PDF icon to the right of this post.

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