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John Hutchings

Commissioners

Thurston County Republicans

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Thurston County Republicans

P.O. Box 275

Olympia, Washington,98507

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Investigator

PST Investigations


Police Chief

Tenino School District


Chief of Police

Tenino Depot Museum


Sergeant

Olympia Senior Center & Services


Police Chief

City of Tenino


Affiliations

Thurston County Title Company

Board Member


TOGETHER! incorporated

Board Member


Fulbright University Partners

Police Fellow


Education

B.A.

The Evergreen State College


M.A.

Organizational Leadership

Chapman University


Web References(37 Total References)


» 2016 » December Archive | Yelm Community Blog

yelmcommunity.org [cached]

"Newly elected Thurston County Commissioners John Hutchings, left, and Gary Edwards
Retired Thurston County Sheriff Gary Edwards and former Tenino Police Chief John Hutchings [were] sworn into office Dec. 28 to replace retiring Democratic commissioners Sandra Romero and Cathy Wolfe. Hutchings and Edwards will join Bud Blake, who was elected two years ago, ousting former Commissioner Karen Valenzuela. "But Thurston County Democrats chairwoman Katie Nelson said she doesn't believe Edwards, Hutchings or Blake are truly 'independents.' She said their campaigns were largely funded by people and organizations that support Republican candidates. County Commissioners Romero and Wolfe step into retirement today as their successors - GOP-leaning independents Gary Edwards and John Hutchings - are sworn in.


Elected Officials

thurstonrepublicans.com [cached]

John Hutchings (I) (Dist 2)


www.theolympian.com

John Hutchings: Retired Olympia lieutenant fills void left by resignation of Sean Gallagher
John Hutchings takes over today as Tenino's police chief. "John is one of those gentlemen who honestly want to help Tenino succeed." Hutchings retired Tuesday after working for Olympia for 27 years. Hutchings also serves as a board member for Together, a nonprofit that works with young people in Thurston County. Hutchings was unavailable for comment Friday. Hutchings replaces Sean Gallagher, who resigned in March.


www.theolympian.com

John Hutchings can add Fulbright scholar to his resume.He will spend three months with the Northumbria Police Constabulary in England starting in October to study the effects of critical incident stress debriefings on police officers overseas.> Despite his newfound elite academic credentials, Hutchings, 53, joked that he's not an egghead during an interview at Olympia Police headquarters Monday. "I was never a brainiac in school," joked the 27-year veteran police officer."I was never a scholar in school, none of that."Hutchings is a member of Thurston County's critical incident stress debriefing team that helps officers and first responders deal with the mental and emotional trauma of responding to critical events - such as when they witness deaths, or are physically attacked or injured.The type of events that necessitate critical incident stress debriefings, or CISD, are those "that just shock a person to their core, where they're assumptions about life as it should be are just shattered," Hutchings said.Hutchings said he is honored that the Fulbright committee selected his research proposal.He added that he is grateful for the support of Olympia Police Chief Gary Michel in allowing him to pursue the $15,000 Fulbright grant.Hutchings said it is his belief that officers benefit from stress debriefings, though some are initially reluctant to participate."I've had officers come to these thinking it was going to be ‘touchy-feely' but end up very grateful and very thankful they chose to attend," he said.As a police officer who has administered such debriefings for the past five years or so, Hutchings said officers have told him the debriefings are a benefit.Also, Hutchings said that he has benefitted from two such debriefings himself, after he witnessed officer-involved shootings on two occasions.Hutchings said the help he got from such debriefings influenced him to learn how to administer them to other officers."It gave me the tools to work through and minimize the effects of stress, and I wanted to do that for others," he said.John Hutchings talks Monday afternoon about being awarded a Fulbright Scholarship. (Steven M. Herppich/The Olympian)


Testimonials | Richard L. Hughes Law

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John Hutchings, Retired - Olympia Police Department May 2, 2015
I highly commend Rick's conscientiousness, intelligence and values-based leadership. He models impeccable integrity in every interaction in which we engage.


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