Snoqualmie Police hired new officer for North Bend service

  • Tuesday, April 18, 2017 1:09pm
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The Snoqualmie Police Department welcomed Officer Chase Smith at the April 10 City Council meeting, where he was introduced by Police Chief Perry Phipps and sworn in to his position by Mayor Matt Larson.

Smith graduated from Enumclaw High School and later attended the University of Wyoming, where he received a bachelor’s degree in communications.

He attended the Basic Law Enforcement Academy in Burien in 2015 and worked at the Federal Way Police Department prior to coming to Snoqualmie. Officer Smith fills a vacancy to serve the North Bend community.

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