Ashley Nerbovig

Ashley Nerbovig

Ashley Nerbovig is a staff writer at The Stranger covering policing, incarceration and courts. She is like other girls.

Recent Articles

News Sep 15 5:12 PM

SPD Employee Confesses to Inventing Rumors About Chief Diaz Having an Affair, Investigators Say

Questions About the Rumor’s Origin Remain, but No Hard Evidence Found

News Sep 12 5:03 PM

Council Committee Votes to Restart the Drug War in the Most Seattle Way Possible

It's Basically the Same Bill They Voted Down a Few Months Ago, Plus a Few Bells and Whistles

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News Sep 8 10:17 AM

Judge Blames “Defund” and Cop Shows for Problems with Seattle Policing

The City’s Consent Decree Is Now More Conservative Than Biden’s DOJ

News Sep 6 1:17 PM

After 11 Years of Federal Oversight, Judge Rules SPD Mostly Compliant but Declines to End Entire Consent Decree

Chief Adrian Diaz on the Ruling: "This Might Be the End of the Beginning"

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News Aug 30 12:36 PM

King County Correctional Officers Are Sick of Overtime

New Report Shows Doctor’s Notes Excuse Most Jail Staff from Mandatory Overtime

News Aug 29 1:05 PM

South Seattle Violence Intervention Group Relaunches Friday Meetings After Mass Shooting

Meanwhile, Local Officials Push for Different Approaches

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Bad Apples Aug 16 9:00 AM

Bad Apples

SPD Cops Allegedly Sped Through Downtown, Made a Questionable Stop, and Lied About a Domestic Incident

News Aug 10 9:00 AM

Seattle Calls for Reform as SPD’s Top Brass Union Returns to the Bargaining Table

Community Wants to Cut Down on Cops Moonlighting, Using Cops to Investigate Other Cops