The Tenth Annual Metropolitan Police Department Awards Ceremony
honored the men and women of the Fifth District for: Crime
Suppression Team of the Year, Best Performing District, Commander of the
Year, underscoring 9,556 arrests for the year.
What happens next? How many repeat offenders will end up back
on the street, committing more crimes?Court Watch is the
next step to help close the door on repeat offenders
You can make a difference and take back your street and remain
ANONYMOUS. Find out how by attending the next Court Watch
meeting on March 3, 2010, at 6:30 p.m. at the Fifth District, located at
1805 Bladensburg Rd, NE.
Do you know what happens after an arrest is
The 12-minute video illustrates how community policing measures can improve
public safety through practical application of pretrial release conditions.
Using this information, we can help shut the revolving door on repeat
offenders! Mr. Keenan will participate in our discussion and answer
The time is NOW! Citizens CAN make a real difference in our neighborhoods
1. calling judges about specific cases
2. Sitting in courtrooms during
particular hearings ANONYMOUSLY
Community Impact Statements to be considered at sentencing ANONYMOUSLY
Citizens can participate in any or all of the above activities
ANONYMOUSLY, to help fight crime in our neighborhoods.
Through Court Watch, every citizen has an opportunity to tell judges
how crimes in our community impacts the quality of our lives.
Don't miss your opportunity to be