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Seattle’s Gun Buyback Program: What Went Well and What Didn’t From a Social Marketing Perspective

  • 4 Mar 2014
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Seattle

Seattle’s Gun Buyback Program:  What Went Well and What Didn’t From a Social Marketing Perspective

The focus of this forum was to discuss the recently completed City of Seattle’s Gun Buyback Program.  Speaker: Detective Carrie McNally is a 23 year veteran of the Seattle Police Department.  She worked Patrol for more than 10 years in East, West and North Precincts.  She has also served in assignments with Background Investigations, Missing Persons, Vice and Narcotics Undercover Assignments, Advanced Training Unit, Washington State Criminal Justice Academy Instructor and the Professional Standards Section.  She currently serves as the Adjutant to the Deputy Chief of Operations which includes personnel recognition and commendation, project management and special projects for the Chief’s Office.   One of her ancillary duties has been planning an oversight of the City of Seattle’s Gun BuyBack Program.  She is part of the Washington State Line of Duty Death Response Team and Injured Officers Committee with the Behind the Badge Foundation and she runs a non-profit organization called Stand With Those Who Serve.

Presenter: Detective Carrie McNally of the Seattle Police Department

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