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9/11 Memorial Ceremony
09/08/2021
Members of the public are invited to join the City of Pullman, Pullman Police Department, and Pullman Fire Department for a memorial ceremony at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 11, 2021, at the Pullman City Hall (190 SE Crestview Street). The ceremony will include a flag raising and lowering, brief words by Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson, Police Chief Gary Jenkins, and Fire Chief Mike Heston, as well as a moment of silence.
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National Preparedness Month 2021
09/01/2021
National Preparedness Month is recognized each September, to promote family and community disaster planning, now and throughout the year.
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Overdose Awareness Day
08/31/2021
As friends and families mourn and remember those who have lost their battles with drugs, International Overdose Awareness Day serves as a reminder that overdose deaths are 100% preventable.
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Pullman City Facilities: COVID-19 Masking Update
08/17/2021
Masks are required in all indoor public spaces within City of Pullman facilities, effective immediately. This requirement applies to employees and visitors, regardless of vaccination status.
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New Legislation: Impact to Policing in Pullman
07/23/2021
A number of “police reform” bills were passed by the Washington State Legislature, some of which go into effect July 25, 2021, and others January 1, 2022. It is important to us that you are informed about recent Washington State legislation that will significantly impact our ability to serve you.
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Posting Signs on Public Property
06/28/2021
Pullman City Code prohibits the general public from posting signs on public property within City limits.
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Pullman PD Helps Citizens Co-Exist with Local Wildlife
06/10/2021
The Pullman Police Department receives many calls each year from residents experiencing wildlife issues. It is important for residents and visitors to know how to safely and respectfully co-exist with our wild neighbors.
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Pullman Police Chief Announces Retirement
06/03/2021
After a 47-year career in law enforcement, Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins has announced that he will retire later this year.
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Pullman PD and WSU Receive 2021 Smart 50 Award
05/25/2021
The Research Fellowship Program, a joint venture between the Pullman Police Department (PPD) and Washington State University (WSU), has been recognized as one of the top 50 innovative and influential projects on an international scale.
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