Officer Timothy Wear, A Community Police Officer and 30-year veteran of the Seattle PD, checks in on an individual living in their car. As temperatures drop, it is his responsibility to make sure that those who are living in their cars and on the street are staying warm and safe.
Officer Wear helps Justin, a man living alongside the fence of the Ballard Locks, move his belongings after being evicted from the space. According to federal law, it is Illegal to set up an encampment within 100 ft of a federal facility.
Officer Wear explains to justin what his options are for finding assistance and shelter now that his encampment has been removed from its site.
Officer checks in on Crystal, who lives with her husband in a RV in Ballard. Crystal's husband has recently been hospitalized with Kidney issues and is receiving dialysis. As a community officer, it is Wear's job to check in on his beats most vulnerable residents.
Officer Wear is given a box of belongings from a man who recently died while living on the streets of Seattle. The box contained military insignia and personal correspondence from the man's family.
Makeshift memorials are found all across the city of Seattle, made in memory of those who died on the streets. While the climate of Seattle is mild, many day not from exposure but lack of resources to treat disorders, disease, or addictions.
Officer Wear patrols the streets of Ballard. As a community officer, his focus is mostly on providing assistance and building relationships with the neighborhood's most vulnerable citizens.
Officer Wear watches as a homeless veteran is being interviewed by an associate of the Veteran Affairs office. After more than 30 years in the Seattle PD, Officer Timothy Wear was transferred to a training position where he would focus on molding the next generation of community officers.