City Inside/OutLocal issues from all sides -- Fridays | 7 p.m.
About City Inside/Out
Seattle is a vibrant and complex city, and the Seattle Channel's City Inside/Out with Brian Callanan brings you thoughtful, in-depth reports and discussions about important local issues every week.
Brian Callanan is a 18-year veteran of broadcast journalism -- all in the Pacific Northwest. From 2000-2011, Callanan was a reporter and anchor for Q13 FOX News. Over his career, Callanan has won an Emmy and has earned several other awards from the Society for Professional Journalists and the National Press Photographer's Association. He's the host of the Seattle Channel's award-winning public affairs programs: City Inside/Out and City Inside/Out: Council Edition.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray plans to hire 200 new police officers by 2020. Can it be done? With the Seattle Police Department under federal scrutiny, how well are recruitment efforts going? Facing budget shortfalls, can the state police academy train enough recruits to meet the city's needs? Why are some Seattle neighborhoods hiring private security officers? We examine the city's hiring headache as it aims to improve community relations and public safety.
On the show:
Arsalan Bukhari, Executive Director, Council on American-Islamic Relations (WA)
Sierra Hansen, Executive Director, Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce
Fé Lopez, Executive Director, Community Police Commission (studio)
Det. Carrie McNally, Recruiter, Seattle Police Department (studio)
Cindy Pierce, President, Neighborhood Safety Alliance
Sue Rahr, Executive Director, Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (studio)
Rev. Harriett Walden, Founder, Mothers for Police Accountability (studio)