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PST Investigations

20818 - 44Th Avenue West Suite 160

Lynnwood, Washington 98036

United States

Company Description

At PST Investigations, we conduct objective, lawful, and independent investigations for our clients. Our expertise is in administrative workplace investigations related to public agencies, such as state, county and local governments, fire districts, schoo ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Sergeant

Olympia

Police Chief

City of Tenino

Affiliations

Board Member
TOGETHER! incorporated

Member of Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Team
Thurston County

Police Fellow
Fulbright University Partners

Education

B.A.

The Evergreen State College

M.A.

Organizational Leadership

Chapman University

Web References (64 Total References)


PST Investigations » Investigators

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John Hutchings

Former Police Chief John Hutchings has had a successful 35 year career in law enforcement. His career spans two different states and three departments. He retired in 2012 after 27 years with the Olympia Police Department to become the Chief of Police in Tenino, WA.
He earned his Master's degree in Organizational Leadership/Development (2004) and he is a Fulbright Police Fellow (07/08). Since 2001, John has delivered keynote presentations and training to police officers and executives in England, Scotland, Wales and Australia. John is co-author of The Thin Blue Lifeline: Verbal De-escalation of Mentally Ill and Emotionally Disturbed People (2011).
John is currently presenting, along with his son U.S. Army Sgt.


News - Elect Jim Cooper

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On the city council, Cooper has worked to preserve parks and open spaces as well as helped lead a sustainable budgeting process.Â

Cooper faces former conservative Tenino police chief John Hutchings, who was ousted from his job for overstepping authority and working hours beyond what taxpayers were able to pay.

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Top contributors include JZK, Inc., JZ Knight, Cephus Childs, Xana Clegg Endorsements: About a dozen personal endorsements on are listed on her website included ones by Lyn Evans, Jan Ferarri, Susan McLean and Mary Abramson. John Hutchings Contact address: 1910 Fourth Ave. E PMB 170, Olympia Campaign phone: 360-742-2529 Political party: Independent Age: 62 Family: Wife Debbie and two adult children. Education: Associate of Arts, Santa Ana College; Bachelor of Arts, The Evergreen State College; Master of Arts in organizational leadership, Chapman University; graduate of FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association academy. Website: votehutch.com Campaign fundraising: Raised $17,156 raised and $11,298 spent as of July 21.


News - Elect Jim Cooper

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Cooper faces former conservative Tenino police chief John Hutchings, who was ousted from his job for overstepping authority and working hours beyond what taxpayers were able to pay.

...
John Hutchings, 62, of southeast Olympia, retired from the Olympia Police Department in 2012. He served as the city of Tenino's Police Chief for about three years.
Last October, Hutchings filed an $850,000 defamation lawsuit against Tenino and former Tenino mayor Bret Brodersen, who fired him, alleging that the police chief had worked extra hours, hired a reserve officer without approval, and generally overstepped his authority.
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The city filed a counter-suit against Hutchings over "unjust enrichment," but recently withdrew an earlier claim that alleged he committed fraud.
A trial is set for early next year, and Hutchings said he's been advised by his attorney to not speak publicly about the case.
During the town hall, Hutchings said his professional and community experience has prepared him to serve as county commissioner.
"I bring 35 years of service to others from both sides of the badge," he said.
Hutchings said he would work to improve the overall community health in Thurston County, which includes taking care of people who are mentally ill or chemically dependent, youth at risk, veterans and the homeless.
He co-authored "The Thin Blue Lifeline: Verbal De-escalation of Mentally Ill & Emotionally Disturbed People - A Comprehensive Guidebook for Law Enforcement Officers," and trains police officers on how to deescalate interactions with those who have mental illness.
He said he would "bring common sense" to county government, and work to bring economic development to the area while also protecting its natural resources.
"Economic development must occur in a reasonably managed fashion to energize the county's economic engine," he said at the Tenino forum. "In order for Thurston County to survive, we need revenue to mitigate expenses and rising costs, but not on your backs."
Hutchings said he doesn't support a proposal to increase the size of the Thurston County Board of Commissioners, or reconfigure its districts to bring more representation from the rural areas.
"It's not the government structure that's been the problem for the last dozen (or) 16 years," he said. "It's not having the right person in the job."
...
John Hutchings
Contact address: 1910 Fourth Ave. E PMB 170, Olympia
Campaign phone: 360-742-2529


John Hutchings, 62, of ...

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John Hutchings, 62, of southeast Olympia, retired from the Olympia Police Department in 2012. He served as the city of Tenino's Police Chief for about three years.

Last October, Hutchings filed an $850,000 defamation lawsuit against Tenino and former Tenino mayor Bret Brodersen, who fired him, alleging that the police chief had worked extra hours, hired a reserve officer without approval, and generally overstepped his authority.
...
The city filed a counter-suit against Hutchings over "unjust enrichment," but recently withdrew an earlier claim that alleged he committed fraud.
A trial is set for early next year, and Hutchings said he's been advised by his attorney to not speak publicly about the case.
During the town hall, Hutchings said his professional and community experience has prepared him to serve as county commissioner.
"I bring 35 years of service to others from both sides of the badge," he said.
Hutchings said he would work to improve the overall community health in Thurston County, which includes taking care of people who are mentally ill or chemically dependent, youth at risk, veterans and the homeless.
He co-authored "The Thin Blue Lifeline: Verbal De-escalation of Mentally Ill & Emotionally Disturbed People - A Comprehensive Guidebook for Law Enforcement Officers," and trains police officers on how to deescalate interactions with those who have mental illness.
He said he would "bring common sense" to county government, and work to bring economic development to the area while also protecting its natural resources.
"Economic development must occur in a reasonably managed fashion to energize the county's economic engine," he said at the Tenino forum. "In order for Thurston County to survive, we need revenue to mitigate expenses and rising costs, but not on your backs."
Hutchings said he doesn't support a proposal to increase the size of the Thurston County Board of Commissioners, or reconfigure its districts to bring more representation from the rural areas.
"It's not the government structure that's been the problem for the last dozen (or) 16 years," he said. "It's not having the right person in the job."
...
John Hutchings
Contact address: 1910 Fourth Ave. E PMB 170, Olympia
Campaign phone: 360-742-2529


Cooper faces former conservative Tenino ...

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Cooper faces former conservative Tenino police chief John Hutchings, who was ousted from his job for overstepping authority and working hours beyond what taxpayers were able to pay.

...
John Hutchings, 62, of southeast Olympia, retired from the Olympia Police Department in 2012. He served as the city of Tenino's Police Chief for about three years.
Last October, Hutchings filed an $850,000 defamation lawsuit against Tenino and former Tenino mayor Bret Brodersen, who fired him, alleging that the police chief had worked extra hours, hired a reserve officer without approval, and generally overstepped his authority.
...
The city filed a counter-suit against Hutchings over "unjust enrichment," but recently withdrew an earlier claim that alleged he committed fraud.
A trial is set for early next year, and Hutchings said he's been advised by his attorney to not speak publicly about the case.
During the town hall, Hutchings said his professional and community experience has prepared him to serve as county commissioner.
"I bring 35 years of service to others from both sides of the badge," he said.
Hutchings said he would work to improve the overall community health in Thurston County, which includes taking care of people who are mentally ill or chemically dependent, youth at risk, veterans and the homeless.
He co-authored "The Thin Blue Lifeline: Verbal De-escalation of Mentally Ill & Emotionally Disturbed People - A Comprehensive Guidebook for Law Enforcement Officers," and trains police officers on how to deescalate interactions with those who have mental illness.
He said he would "bring common sense" to county government, and work to bring economic development to the area while also protecting its natural resources.
"Economic development must occur in a reasonably managed fashion to energize the county's economic engine," he said at the Tenino forum. "In order for Thurston County to survive, we need revenue to mitigate expenses and rising costs, but not on your backs."
Hutchings said he doesn't support a proposal to increase the size of the Thurston County Board of Commissioners, or reconfigure its districts to bring more representation from the rural areas.
"It's not the government structure that's been the problem for the last dozen (or) 16 years," he said. "It's not having the right person in the job."
...
John Hutchings
Contact address: 1910 Fourth Ave. E PMB 170, Olympia
Campaign phone: 360-742-2529

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