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Other MPD News, Friday, April 4th

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  • Smith, Yvonne (MPD)
    1) A Look Back at History: 40 Years Ago Today, Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and reactions in the District of Columbia. See Link:
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      1) A Look Back at History:  40 Years Ago Today, Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and reactions in the District of Columbia .

      See Link:  http://mpdc.dc.gov/mpdc/cwp/view,a,1230,q,564861.asp (PHOTOS)

       

      2) MPD Partners with the DC Office of the Attorney General for Children’s Book Drive to Benefit Local Elementary School

      (See attached flyer or info at the bottom of this email for Daily Digest Readers)

       

      3) Howard University Students to Honor the City’s Senior Citizens on Monday, April 7, 2008, 10am to 3pm. MPD to provide seminar on Financial Crimes and Fraud at Event.  Open to seniors.  (See attached flyer or info at the bottom of this email for Daily Digest Readers)

       

      4) Chief Lanier’s Book Club Discussion- Reminder: the book club discussion is less than one month away (Thursday Evening, May 1st).  Please remember to read Tipping Point and/or Blink by Malcolm Gladwell and sign up to discuss these books and ideas generated from these books with Chief Cathy L. Lanier to address crime in the District.  For more information, visit: www.mpdc.dc.gov/book

       

      5) Chief’s Citizen Advisory Council: http://mpdc.dc.gov/mpdc/cwp/view,a,1238,q,542195,mpdcNav_GID,1541.asp

       

      6) Employment Opportunities:  Human Resources Specialists:  http://mpdc.dc.gov/mpdc/cwp/view,a,1230,q,564434.asp

       

      7) Chief Lanier’s Weekly Newsletter to Residents of the District:  http://newsroom.dc.gov/show.aspx/agency/mpdc/section/8/release/13282/year/2008

       

      8) Summer of Safety 2008: www.mpdc.dc.gov/sos (Please share info about supervised summer events for school-aged youth to help MPD create a summer calendar for youth to keep them engaged in structured activities.)

       

      9) See attached flyers for info on Camp Brown Fundraiser Dinner to send the District’s Youth to Camp.  (See attached flyer or info at the bottom of this email for Daily Digest Readers)

       

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      MPD-OAG Outreach Initiative

       

      Three-Week Children’s Book Drive

       

      Sponsored by the D.C. Office of the Attorney General (OAG) & the Community Services & Youth Outreach Division of the Metropolitan Police Department.

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      What:              New and “Gently Used” books appropriate for children enrolled in Kindergarten thru Sixth Grade will be collected at local police districts between March 31st and April 18th to benefit the children of Ketchum Elementary School in the District to promote literacy.

       

      When:             March 31 to April 18th

       

      Where:            Local Police Stations, Patrol Services Bureau and Police Headquarters

       

      Sharing a book with a child is a proactive way to give back to our community.  Just one book can make all the difference!

      www.pageahead.org/childrens-literacy_latest-research.php

       

      For more information, contact:

      Ø    Rhonda Tildon, DC Office of the Attorney General, 202-727-4786

       

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      Metropolitan Police Department Community Outreach Coordinators

      Lendia Johnson, 7D, 698-1454, Lendia.Johnson@...

      Julia Irving, 6D, 489-9942, Julia.Irving@...

      Fayette Vaughn-Lee, 5D, 698-0188, Fayette.Vaughn-Lee@...

      Alicia Rucker, 4D, 715-7476, Alicia.Rucker@...

      Marco Santiago, 3D, 671-6604, Marco.Santiago@...

      Sgt. Gwen Mapp, 2D, 438-8453, Gwendolyn.Mapp@...

      Carolyn L. Smith, 1D, 698-0315, CarolynL.Smith@...

      Yvonne Smith, Police HQ, 727-8809, Yvonne.Smith@...

       

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      1st Annual Senior Citizen’s Day

       

      Howard University ’s Blackburn Center

      Monday April 7, 2008,  

      10am -  3pm

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      The theme of this year’s conference is “Uplifting and Persevering Your Health and Leisure”.   The purpose of this event is to establish a day of appreciation for Senior Citizens of the Washington Metropolitan Community. 

      With the use of information booths, a panel discussion, and entertainment, the participants will be enlightened about health and security issues. The objective is to promote and foster a better relationship between the senior citizens of the Washington Metropolitan Area, the Howard University student body and the various organizations that advocate the rights and issues of senior citizens.  MPD to provide seminar on Financial Crimes and Fraud.

       

      If you have any questions, to RSVP or for further information, please feel free to contact Byron D. Hughes, student by cell phone at (832) 651-6574 or via email at BD_Hughes@...

       

      Sponsored by the Brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., Alpha Chapter.

       

      The Chief of Police Citizens’ Advisory Council

      Invites You To:

       

      A Benefit Dinner to Send Kids To Camp

       

       When:    Friday, June 13, 2008

      6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

       

      Where:    The Washington Navy Yard

      Catering & Conference Center

      1454 Parsons Avenue, S.E.

      (Use 6th Street Gate - Picture I.D. Required)

       

      Cost:       $40.00 Per Ticket

                      $400.00 Per Table Of 10

      Door Prizes

       

      Sponsored by: The MPD Chief Of Police Citizens’ Advisory Council

       

      Make Checks Payable To:

       “Joseph K. Smith Memorial Summer Camp Fund ”

       

       

      For More Information Please Contact:

       

      George W. Fenderson - Chairperson          (202) 291-6727

      Stanley J. Mayes - Treasurer              (202) 494-8581

      Rev. Thomas S. Alston - Secretary    (202) 584-4431

       

       

       

       

       

       

       




       

       

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