Story Walk

Don’t just read the story. Experience it. Bremerton beat reporter Josh Farley takes you on a Story Walk each month.

Behind the scenes at Bremerton police

When: 1 p.m. Nov. 19

Where: Bremerton Police Department, 1025 Burwell Street, Bremerton

Getting there:The department is located near downtown Bremerton on Burwell Street, near its intersection with Chester Avenue. Parking is limited; look for street parking in the area. Come to the department’s front entrance by 1 p.m.

Description: The doors of the Bremerton Police Department’s headquarters, opened less than 10 years ago, will swing open for a visit from the Kitsap Sun’s Story Walkers. Join Reporter Josh Farley and Bremerton officers, including Chief Steve Strachan, on a tour of the department’s evidence room, training facility, armory and more, and learn how police provide 24-hour emergency response and investigation in the city.

Cost: Free!

Wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to walk up to a mile. This walk is accessible to all age levels and abilities; the department has an elevator.

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To see details about our previous walks, click here:

Olympic College’s ‘Secret Garden’

Bunkers and barriers at Marine NAD Park

A Journey Through Ivy Green’s History 

The persisting Illahee Preserve 

Inside the lives of coroners and dispatchers

A tour of Bremerton’s new apartments and theater

Campus at a crossroads 

Is the Cove turning a corner? 

Storywalking history, the Roxy, and all things hoppy

Walking the new Westpark

The new Lower Wheaton Way

Washington Avenue, past and present

The meandering Madrona Forest

Redwood Rendezvous in West Bremerton

Fourth Street’s Economic Divide