Last time I had a noise complaint, I tried calling the South Precinct non-emergency number. But when I just got an automated response, I escalated my noise complaint to 911, per the instructions on the City of Seattle website.
But I guess the officials at Aki Kurose Middle School (whose playfield users were witness to some shooting a couple months ago) just aren't as persistent as I am. When a 14-year-old student reported to school officials that she had been raped at gunpoint by another student during school hours last week, they just dutifully left a message on that South Precinct non-emergency voice mailbox and waited for the police to call them back the next day.
The story in the P-I, in the Times.
(Honey, are you reading this? Screw the fancy nursery furnishings. Let's start saving for private school now.)