city of Sammamish 
                                Sammamish detective Bill Albright (center).

city of Sammamish Sammamish detective Bill Albright (center).

Sammamish detective receives sheriff’s office’s Detective of the Year award

Detective Bill Albright has served the Sammamish Police Department for the past 18 years.

  • Thursday, April 5, 2018 8:30am
  • News

The city of Sammamish is pleased to announce that Sammamish police detective Bill Albright was recognized as the King County Sheriff’s Office Detective of the Year.

According to a city press release, Albright has served the Sammamish Police Department for the past 18 years. In his department, he is known for diligence, dedication and his willingness to provide support and mentorship to other officers. Albright is sought out by his colleagues as a veritable expert in a variety of fields related to criminal activity, the release states. He can take on complex fraud or embezzlement cases, recognize sophisticated con games and master complex burglary or theft investigations.

“I have worked with numerous detectives and I’ve met few more dedicated to their city then detective Albright,” Sammamish Police Chief Michelle Bennett said in the release. “He not only excels in his own detective work, but he goes above and beyond to train new detectives, thereby raising the proficiency of the entire department.”

Deputy city manager Jessi Bon added, “We are so pleased to have officers serving with the Sammamish Police Department that are of the caliber of detective Bill Albright. Detective Albright exemplifies the high standards and commitment to excellence that we expect of all of our Sammamish police officers.”

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