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Courtney Popp

Special Deputy

Washington State Patrol

HQ Phone:  (425) 401-7714

Email: c***@***.gov

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Washington State Patrol

2803 156th Ave SE

Bellevue, Washington,98007

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Deputy Prosecuting Attorney III

Clallam County


Deputy Prosecuting Attorney

Snohomish County Superior Court


Affiliations

MADD CO

Board Member


King County

Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor


Mothers

National Board of Directors


Non-Violent

Member of the Crimes Trial Unit


Web References(12 Total References)


Wedgwood Community Council meeting - Safer Streets for All (LIVE COVERAGE)

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Courtney: We are a no limit state.
Courtney: Yes. And if you refuse the breath test. And if you are a repeat offender. Rebecca May 15, 20137:35 PM Courtney: It's very costly to impound cars. Courtney says, "You would be horrified at how many people with suspended licenses are still driving. Next up: Traffic Safety Prosecutor Courtney Popp. Courtney Popp, Statewide Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor with the State Patrol; and


www.madd.org

Courtney Popp
MADD - Courtney Popp Home>About Us>Leadership>National Board of Directors > Courtney Popp Courtney Popp Courtney Popp is one of two Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutors ("TSRP") for the State of Washington. In this role, Popp acts as a liaison between prosecutors, law enforcement, the judiciary, community groups, and other stakeholders in the fight against impaired driving. She provides critical support and training to enhance the capability of Washington's prosecutors and law enforcement in effectively enforcing and prosecuting the impaired driving laws of the State. Popp serves as a Special Deputy with the Washington State Patrol's Impaired Driving Section and is grant funded through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the National Association of Prosecutor Coordinators and the Washington Traffic Safety Commission. Prior to becoming a Washington State TSRP, Popp was employed as a Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney with the Clallam County Prosecutor's Office, handling a complex felony caseload. Her prosecution career began with the Snohomish County Prosecutor's Office, where she first handled impaired driving crimes such as DUI. A passion for that work led to her involvement as the Snohomish County DUI Task Force Prosecutor and instilled a lasting dedication to sharing her knowledge about combating DUI through teaching and community outreach. Popp joined the MADD Board of Directors in 2011 and is thrilled for the opportunity to connect her legal knowledge with her commitment to ending impaired driving and supporting the many victims of this senseless crime.


MADD - Courtney Popp - Biography

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Courtney Popp
MADD - Courtney Popp - Biography Home//About Us//Leadership//Board Bios // Courtney Popp - Biography Courtney Popp Courtney Popp is one of two Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutors ("TSRP") for the State of Washington. In this role, Popp acts as a liaison between prosecutors, law enforcement, the judiciary, community groups, and other stakeholders in the fight against impaired driving. She provides critical support and training to enhance the capability of Washington's prosecutors and law enforcement in effectively enforcing and prosecuting the impaired driving laws of the State. Popp serves as a Special Deputy with the Washington State Patrol's Impaired Driving Section and is grant funded through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the National Association of Prosecutor Coordinators and the Washington Traffic Safety Commission. Prior to becoming a Washington State TSRP, Popp was employed as a Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney with the Clallam County Prosecutor's Office, handling a complex felony caseload. Her prosecution career began with the Snohomish County Prosecutor's Office, where she first handled impaired driving crimes such as DUI. A passion for that work led to her involvement as the Snohomish County DUI Task Force Prosecutor and instilled a lasting dedication to sharing her knowledge about combating DUI through teaching and community outreach. Popp joined the MADD Board of Directors in 2011 and is thrilled for the opportunity to connect her legal knowledge with her commitment to ending impaired driving and supporting the many victims of this senseless crime.


Wedgwood Community Council

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Courtney Popp, an attorney who volunteers with MADD, also spoke.
Courtney Popp, Mothers Against Drunk Driving


Families

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Courtney Popp, an attorney who volunteers with MADD, also spoke.


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