Using the online Security Incident Report form and staying safe at work
Every King County employee should feel safe and secure when at work. To achieve this, we remind you to report any threatening behavior or non-emergency incidents for follow-up to the FMD Security Unit using the online Security Incident Report form. You can report incidents that happen at work or on your commute. Also notify your supervisor, manager, and/or director as soon as you can.
Additionally, if you see anything or anyone that looks unusual or out of place, please call Facilities Management Division (FMD) Security at 206-296-5000. If it’s an emergency, call 9-1-1 first, then call FMD Security when you are able.
The Security Incident Report form is accessible from the www.kingcounty.gov/Employees webpage within the My Tools dropdown menu, and from the bottom of the Employee Newsletter.
For additional guidance we have created a list of safety tips online and safety tip videos using information from Seattle Police Department, designed to help you enhance your personal safety and avoid potential trouble:
Remember, if you choose to avoid using surface streets you can use the tunnel from the Goat Hill Garage to access the Chinook Building, Administration Building, and Courthouse. If you feel unsafe about walking to your vehicle or to other transportation, you may call the 24-hour Emergency Dispatch Center at 206-296-5000 and ask that a Security Officer accompany you.
For more information about staying safe at work and to file an online Security Incident Report visit www.kingcounty.gov/EmployeeSafety.