Tagged with 'police chief'

SeaTac Police Chief Mulligan leaves to join top command staff of new Sheriff

SeaTac Police Chief Mulligan leaves to join top command staff of new Sheriff

By Jack Mayne SeaTac Police Chief Lisa Mulligan was given the key to SeaTac at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting because she is leaving the city to join the top command staff of new King County Sheriff... [Read more]

Port of Seattle names Rod Covey as its new Chief of Police

Port of Seattle names Rod Covey as its new Chief of Police

Port of Seattle Interim CEO Dave Soike has hired Rod Covey as the new Chief of Police for the Port of Seattle. Covey has been the Interim Chief since the retirement of Chief Colleen Wilson in November... [Read more]

King County Council honors retiring SeaTac Police Chief Jim Graddon

King County Council honors retiring SeaTac Police Chief Jim Graddon

The King County Council on Monday (April 22) recognized the distinguished career of SeaTac Police Chief Jim Graddon, who is retiring at the end of April (we were first to report it here). Here’s... [Read more]

City of SeaTac selects Lisa Mulligan as new Police Chief

City of SeaTac selects Lisa Mulligan as new Police Chief

The City of SeaTac announced Tuesday (April 16) that King County Sheriff’s Major Lisa Mulligan has been selected as the City’s new Police Chief. Mulligan will replace Chief James Graddon who is retiring... [Read more]

SeaTac Police Chief Jim Graddon to Retire

SeaTac Police Chief Jim Graddon to Retire

by Jack Mayne Jim Graddon, chief of the SeaTac Police Department and a major in the King County Sheriff’s office, plans to retire later this year. “After nine years of service to the City of SeaTac,... [Read more]

SeaTac Police Chief Jim Graddon is Continuing a Family Tradition of Service

SeaTac Police Chief Jim Graddon is Continuing a Family Tradition of Service

by Jack Mayne Jim Graddon may be a high ranking major in the King County Sheriff’s office, but he makes it clear that his primary job is as chief of the SeaTac Police Department. For the past five years,... [Read more]