SeaTac Officer awarded King County Sheriff’s Office ‘Deputy of the Year’

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In November, SeaTac Master Police Officer Ed Hall (pictured above) was voted by his peers to be the SeaTac Police ‘Officer of the Year’ for 2015.

A 21-year veteran of the King County Sheriff’s Office, Ed has served the City of SeaTac on three separate occasions, and was given this honor for many reasons including his relentless and creative crime-fighting approach.

This week King County Sheriff’s Command Staff met and voted to also honor Ed as the King County Sheriff’s Officer of the Year for 2015.

“This is a great honor for Ed and an outstanding representation of the quality of officers who serve the City of SeaTac.”


2 Responses to “SeaTac Officer awarded King County Sheriff’s Office ‘Deputy of the Year’”
  1. Janice Taylor says:

    Thank you , Officer Hall, for your service to our little burg.

  2. Chuck D'Arielli says:

    Well deserved Officer Hall has been very helpfull in our neighborhood and has come to several blockwatch meetings thanks for all you do