Captain Todd Kibbee

Captain Todd Kibbee

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Captain Kibbee has been a Seattle Police Officer for 26 years and has held numerous positions within the department, to include: patrol officer, patrol sergeant, Early Intervention Coordinator and Watch Commander. Captain Kibbee was most recently assigned as the Mountain Bike Unit Commander at SPD’s West Precinct, where he led the department’s efforts in combating narcotics issues in the downtown core. He has served as the West Precinct’s liaison to the LEAD program since 2017 and believes strongly in the partnership between SPD and LEAD.

Since 2016, Captain Kibbee has held command positions during numerous demonstrations and rallies within the City of Seattle and is nationally certified in Field Force Command and Less-Lethal Munitions. Captain Kibbee holds a B.A. in International Studies from Norwich University and is a graduate of both SPD’s Command Leadership Program and the Senior Management Institute for Police. (Boston MA) Captain Kibbee is committed to the data-driven policing and looks forward to working in concert with the South Precinct community to ensure a vibrant and safe place to live and work.

Captain Kibbee is a long-time youth sports coach in the North King County area and currently serves on the managing board of the Northshore Athletic Fields, located in Woodinville Washington.

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South Precinct Contacts

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

Neighborhoods Served

Beacon Hill, Mount Baker, Columbia City Hillman City, Genesee, Georgetown, Rainier Vista, Lockmore, New Holly, Othello Park, Othello Station, Brighton, Dunlap, Rainier Beach, Upper Rainier Beach, Rainier View, Seward Park, SODO, Pritchard Beach

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