Trevor Walker

From LEO Ratings
Facebook logoTwitter logoReddit logo

Service Record

Spokane Washington Police Department

Rank Detective (July 2022)[1]
Dates of Service Hired in 2013 (reserve), full-time in 2016.[1]
Last Known Status Administrative Leave[1]


2017 Lifesaving Award

On August 6, 2017, Walker responded to a call about an argument, and arrived to find a man suffering from several stab wounds. Walker applied a tourniquet, which was credited with saving the man's life.[2]

In March 2018, Walker received a Lifesaving Award.[2]

2018 Chief's Citation Award

In 2018, Walker and the other officers of "Team 14" executed over 70 search warrants and performed community service in their time off.[3]

On March 28, 2019, Walker and the team received the Chief's Citation Award, which recognizes members of a team for having a "substantial, positive impact on the community or police department".[3]

2021 Medal of Merit Award

In 2021, Walker and the other officers of the "TAC team" worked at over 80 civil disturbances and protests, striving to "balance the protection of Constitutional rights with the safety of the public". The team provided civil disturbance training to several other agencies, and founded a team of officers who could respond on bicycles.[4]

Walker and the team received the Medal of Merit Award, for "meritorious achievement or meritorious service... in actions that surpass what is normally required or expected".[4]

Incident Reports

2022 Death of Robert Bradley

Response Timeline

The officers were placed on administrative leave.[5]

On March 9, 2023, the mother of Bradley's children filed a wrongful death lawsuit.[6]

In March 2024, the Spokane Prosecutor's Office determined that the use of force was justified as the officers were in fear for their lives.[7]

LEO Ratings


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Garrett Cabeza, 2 Spokane officers ID’d, placed on leave after shooting 41-year-old man, The Spokesman-Review, 2022-09-10
  2. 2.0 2.1 Letter of Award, Spokane Chief of Police, 2017-10-31
  3. 3.0 3.1 Letter of Award, Spokane Police, 2019-02-08
  4. 4.0 4.1 Letter of Award, Spokane Police, 2021-02-01
  5. Nicole Hernandez, 'They didn't give him any time to react at all': Girlfriend of man shot and killed by police in Hillyard speaks out, KREM, 2022-09-06
  6. Emma Epperly, Family of man killed by Spokane police while unloading his van after camping trip files lawsuit, Spokesman-Review, 2023-03-11
  7. Daniel Fortin, Spokane Prosecutor's Office clears police officers of 2022 shooting, KHQ, 2024-03-15