Yakima does not want to be known as the city of ex-cons. Yet, the state of Washington is sending a lot of former inmates here. Many of them do not even have ties to the community. The worry is they will go back to a life of trouble
Yakima Police Chief Dominic Rizzi would like to see the state enact a racketeering law to allow police to seize the assets of documented gang members. The chief will tell that to lawmakers today when he attends the Washington Association of Sheriff's and Police Chiefs Legislative Day in Olympia
Lobbying for City projects is what a team from Yakima is doing in Olympia today. City Manager Tony O'Rourke and Police Chief Dominic Rizzi Jr. are knocking on doors of lawmakers along with City Council members Dave Ettl and Mayor Micah Cawley
Yakima Police Chief Dominic Rizzi says he is looking forward to expanding the city gang unit to fight local gangs. Rizzi is doubling the unit from five to ten officers who will focus their efforts on arresting and jailing local gang members
The Yakima Police gang unit is set to double in size, thanks to a increase in city tax revenue. Five officers are in the unit, they work a five day rotation. City Manager Tony O'Rourke and Police Chief Dominic Rizzi, Jr
It's time to show off the Yakima Police Department. Lt. Mike Merryman says the department is holding an open house October 10th so the community can meet the new police chief and become familiar with city police programs and services
During the last two months, Dominick Rizzi, Jr. has been thinking of two places: Chicago and Yakima. Since Rizzi was named the new Yakima Police Chief he has been in the process of moving his family to the valley
It’s official. Dominic Rizzi, Jr., Yakima's next police chief, will be officially sworn in during a ceremony on Monday, May 7. The ceremony will begin in the Muster Room at the Yakima Police Department at 10:00 a
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