All Hands on Deck
Today ends this weekend’s DC MPD All Hands on Deck operation. Thankfully, as of this message, there were not any major incidents over the past 72 hours within 5D. This afternoon, I had the opportunity to meet and to speak with Lt. Saunders and our 5D officers. I thanked them for their dedication and hard work for the citizens of Ward 5. I believe the presence of MPD officers out on the streets made a difference. Let’s all hope the “peace” continues.
Robert Vinson Brannum
Chairman, 5th District Citizens’ Advisory Council, DCMPD,
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- Goo Afternoon:
The safety patrol originally scheduled for last night is rescheduled
for this Friday at 7:00 p.m. Citizens, Guardian Angels and our very own
Fifth District officers will meet at 19th and Bennett Place, NE to
protect our community. We know that safe neighborhoods do not just
happen, they are made and we are willing to do our part. The time is
now to take back our communities from criminals, making our streets
- Hi Kathy,
It was good to meet you last week. Unfortunately, I won't be able to attend the walk tonight due to a prior commitment, but I will be there in spirit!
Liz King (I was the one with the dog last week)
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- Calling All Concerned Citizens in Trinidad, Carver Terrace, Langston Terrace and Beyond:Chief Lanier has every available sworn member of the Metropolitan Police Department patrolling our streets this weekend to protect us during this holiday season, underscoring "All hands on Deck." The good news is we are winning the fight against crime, giving us yet another reason to celebrate this holiday season.Neighbors will walk this evening with Guardian Angels and Fifth District Officers to celebrate and reinforce the reduction in crime in our community. We will assemble at the corner of 17th and M Streets, NE at 7:00 p.m. Come out and give the community the gift of your presence; meet your neighbors and stand up for safer streets! Safe communities do not just happen, they are made!Sincerely,Kathy Henderson