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Captain Bryan Grenon

Captain Bryan Grenon

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Captain Grenon joined the Seattle Police Department in May of 1992 and spent the early part of his career as a patrol, mountain bike, and SWAT officer mostly in the West Precinct.  As a sergeant, he served in the West and East Precincts as a patrol and mountain bike sergeant. He also served as an acting lieutenant in charge of the Data Driven Unit until promotion to Lieutenant in 2013.    As a lieutenant, he served in the East Precinct as a watch commander and as operations lieutenant.

Captain Grenon was promoted to captain in October 2016. He assumed command of the Education and Training Unit which is responsible for all aspects of training for the approximately 1,400 sworn members of the department.  He is excited to take over as the new commander of the East Precinct, effective February 21, 2018.  He is an ardent believer in working directly with the community to proactively solve problems areas and by using data effectively to identify and address emergent problems as they occur.  Captain Grenon looks forward to working closely with each unique neighborhood within the East Precinct. Captain Grenon has Bachelor degrees from Washington State University and Western Washington University.  He also holds a Master in Public Administration from the University of Washington and a Master in Strategic Studies from the US Army War College in Carlisle, PA.  He has completed the Senior Management Institute for Police.  In his off time, he is a Colonel with the Washington Army National Guard.

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East Precinct Contacts

The East Precinct provides 24/7 proactive patrol and 911 emergency response to East Seattle.  Other precinct services include bike patrol, Anti-Crime Teams, Burglary/Theft investigation, Community Police Teams and Crime Prevention.

Neighborhoods Served

Capitol Hill, Central Area, First Hill, Judkins Park, Madison Park, Montlake, upper Pike/Pine neighborhood

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