Myrle Carner
Media - Public Relations

Mr. Carner is the current Director of Media & Public Relations for Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound which serves an area of 4.2 million people in Washington State. He has been with the Seattle Police Department for over four decades and served most of his career in the Criminal Investigation Division.


He is the former Co-host of the CNN/FOX Radio police show “Cop Talk Radio”, a CBS-NBC-ABC FOX TV Crime Prevention Specialist and is rated as a Police Executive Protection Specialist. He has been a television spokesman for several police films including; “Manhunt Live… the Search for the Green River Killer.” Some of his professional awards include; ASIS Lifetime Achievement Award; Co-Winner of a television Emmy for the police movie “NW Crackdown.” Mr. Carner has been selected to “Who’s Who in Law Enforcement” and a two-time winner of the prestigious “CSUSA/CSI Crime Stopper Police Coordinator of the Year”.


He is the past National President for the Fellowship of Christian Peace Officers and for the past nine years has served as a law enforcement spokesman for the Q13 Fox television show, “Washington’s Most Wanted.”


Mr. Carner is also heavily involved in his community. He was the former President of the Emerald City (Seattle) Rotary Club; Committee member of the University of Washington “Evans Scholar Foundation”; Board Member for the “Seattle Police Foundation”, Founder of the “Aurora Kids Club Foundation” and currently serves as the Director/Coach of the KINGS High School golf program in Shoreline, WA. Director Carner has given over 1,200 public Law Enforcement related speeches throughout the United States and Europe.