Bellevue Police Officers' Guild
Bellevue Police Officers’ Guild statement regarding the Officer injured during the Vice Presidential motorcade.
The Bellevue Police Officers’ Guild (BPOG) extends its collective support to Officer Kevin Bereta, a valued member of our ranks, who was injured during the Vice Presidential motorcade on 8/15/23. BPOG is fully committed to assisting Officer Bereta and his family in every possible way during this challenging time. We are profoundly grateful for the community’s support.
To receive updates on Officer Bereta’s condition, please refer to the official statements released by the Bellevue Police Department.
Should you wish to contribute towards aiding Officer Bereta’s recovery and assisting with associated expenses, we welcome your donations through the Bellevue Police Foundation. 100% of the funds will be used to support Officer Bereta.
As an alternative, you may mail a check to:
Bellevue Police Foundation c/o Bereta Recovery Fund
P.O. Box 1543, Bellevue WA, 98009
The Bellevue Police Foundation is an independent non-profit corporation registered within the State of Washington and recognized by the IRS as a 501[c](3) tax-exempt charitable organization
OFFICER JORDAN JACKSON
Badge# P556E.O.W. 11/21/22
It is with a heavy heart that the Bellevue Police Officers’ Guild mourns the loss of one of our own.
We are saddened to report that 34-year-old Officer Jordan Jackson died from his injuries in a collision early Monday morning (11/21/2022) while on duty. Officer Jackson has been a valuable member of the Bellevue Police Department since 2018. After two years on the force, Jackson transferred to the traffic unit as a motorcycle officer. He was recently honored as employee of the quarter for his excellent quality of work and service to the community. His supervisor commended Jackson for his leadership in the department and eagerness to take on additional responsibility.
“We are devastated by Officer Jackson’s tragic death,” said Chief Wendell Shirley. “Our hearts go out to his wife, two children, his family and friends, and extended BPD family as they grieve. This is a huge loss for the entire community.”
Before becoming a police officer in March 2018, Jackson was an EMT, volunteer firefighter, and a member of the King County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Volunteer K-9 Unit. Officer Jackson was raised in the Cougar Mountain/Lakemont neighborhood of Bellevue. It was important to him to serve the community in which he grew up, and we are grateful to him for that. Officer Jackson graduated from Issaquah High School and Central Washington University. He leaves behind his wife and two young children.
Please join us in mourning Officer Jackson.
Donate to Support the Jackson Family
The Bellevue Police Foundation is collecting donations to support the Jackson family. If you would like to help this young family, please click on the Bellevue Police Foundation logo below to donate.
100% of the funds will be used to support the Jackson family.As an alternative, you may mail a check to:
Bellevue Police Foundation, PO Box 1543, Bellevue, WA 98009.
Please make the check payable to:
Bellevue Police Foundation c/o Jackson FamilyThe Bellevue Police Officers’ Guild appreciates all of the community support during these trying times.
Who we are
The Bellevue Police Officers' Guild, founded in 1972, represents all of the Officers, Detectives, Corporals and Sergeants of the Bellevue Police Department. As the 5th largest law enforcement agency in Washington State, we represent over 165 law enforcement personnel who are sworn to protect and serve the Bellevue community. Our Guild members also provide specialized law enforcement services throughout Eastern King County. The Guild is recognized as a Not-For-Profit 501(c) (5) corporation and receives no funding from government agencies or tax dollars. We are supported solely through membership dues and public donations.
The Bellevue Police Officers' Guild primary mission is the betterment of employee working conditions through the collective bargaining of benefits, working conditions, training and equipment.
Community Engagement and Support
The Bellevue Police Officers' Guild has a long-standing relationship with the Make-A- Wish Foundation that grants wishes of children in our community that have life threatening medical conditions. The Guild also provides their own benevolent support and works closely with the Bellevue Police Benevolent Association to support all police department employees during both times of hardship and also celebration.