SPD Safe Place Partners

Corporate Partners 

If your agency would like to contact these corporations to help launch SPD SAFE PLACE in your jurisdiction, please contact the SPD SAFE PLACE Coordinator at (206) 386-1793, or at dorian.korieo@seattle.gov.    

Partner Spotlight:

In the fall of 2015, Starbucks Corporation publicly announced their participation in the SPD SAFE PLACE program which include 100 Seattle area stores. Starbucks is currently interested in expanding their participation in SPD SAFE PLACE to their stores on the east coast and other regions throughout the nation.

Additional Corporate Safe Place Partners

  • Chase Bank
  • Bank of America
  • T-Mobile
  • Wells Fargo Bank

Law Enforcement Partners: 

SPD's SAFE PLACE is currently collaborating with over 120 law enforcement agencies from throughout North America and Europe that are interested in adopting the SPD SAFE PLACE concept in their jurisdiction.      

In July of 2016, the City of Vancouver, BC officially launched their version of the SPD SAFE PLACE. 

In September, 2016, the City of Tucson, Arizona announced their adoption of the SPD SAFE PLACE program.  

In November of 2016, the City of Louisville, Kentucky announced their participation in the SPD SAFE PLACE.  

On November 30, 2016, the City of Orlando, Florida launched the SPD SAFE PLACE Initiative, on the 6-month anniversary of the tragic Pulse Nightclub shooting, where 49 LGBTQ victims and allies were killed.   

In 2017, Los Angeles, Denver, Miami, and other law enforcement agencies from around the United States and Canada continue to adopt the SPD SAFE PLACE, with more agencies inquiring every week.  

Parliament authorized SPD's SAFE PLACE concept throughout Canada and it was soon implemented by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.   

In 2018, the City of Baltimore Police launched SAFE PLACE in their jurisdiction.  Other agencies with Safe Place Programs:

Orlando PD

Louisville PD

Olympia PD 

King County Sheriff

UC Davis Police

Baltimore PD


Denver PD

Tucson PD

Miami PD



Vancouver PD


Adrian Diaz, Chief of Police
Address: 610 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA, 98104-1900
Mailing Address: PO Box 34986, Seattle, WA, 98124-4986
Phone: (206) 625-5011
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