FYI: PSA 503- Mtg Date Change
- Ms. Smith-The PSA 503 Citizens Meetings has changed its meeting date and time. It has been changed from the Second Saturday of each month to the SECOND WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 7:00 PM at the Fifth District Community Room.Sgt. West
From: Smith, Yvonne (MPD)
Sent: Tue 5/10/2005 11:45 AM
Subject: 5D- May 2005 Police-Community MeetingsHere's a listing of this month's Police-Community Meetings in the Fifth District and a map of the PSA boundaries.Fifth District Map: http://mpdc.dc.gov/mpdc/frames.asp?doc=/mpdc/LIB/mpdc/info/districts/pdf/5dmap.pdf&group=1538Fifth District Listserv: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MPD-5D/Fifth District MeetingsMay 12 (Thursday) Partnership for Problem-Solving Meeting (Residents of Eckington/Truxton Circle)Action to Address Vacant Properties & Nuisance BusinessesAbout the Meeting: http://www.truxtoncircle.org/doclib/PSA501ResidentsTakeonVacant.docSt. Martin's Catholic Church, 1908 N. Capitol St, NW7:00 pmMay 14 (Saturday) - PSA 503 Meeting (Fort Lincoln, Woodridge Communities)Lt. Vincent Turner, Vincent.Turner@...Fifth District Police Station (Community Room)1805 Bladensburg Road, NE10amMay 17 (Tuesday)- PSA 502 Meeting (Brookland, Brentwood Communities)Lt. Corinne Hughes & Lt. Anthony MedoroWashington Center for the Aging2601 18th St, NE7:30pmMay 19 (Thursday) - PSA 501 Meeting (Bloomingdale, Eckington, Edgewood, Truxton Circle Communities)Lt. Donald Craig, Donald.Craig@...Greater Mt. Calvary Holy Church (Family Life Center- Blue Building)605 Rhode Island Avenue (Future Locations Will Vary)Photo of Family Life Center: http://www.gmchc.org/calvarynation/community.asp7:00 pmMay 21 (Saturday)- PSA 504 Meeting (Ivy City, Trinidad, Arboretum Communities)Lt. Judith Anderson, Lt. Anthony WhiteLocation: To Be Announced (Lieutenants' Office Phone: 727-4478)10amMay 26 (Thursday)- Citizens Advisory Council Meeting (CAC information below)Joint Meeting of ALL PSAs- Open to ALL Residents in the Fifth DistrictYour Opportunity to Meet with Commander Jennifer Greene & CAC Resident Representative/Chair, Art SlaterFifth District Police Station (Community Room)1805 Bladensburg Rd, NEAbout the Citizens Advisory Councils (CAC) http://mpdc.dc.gov/mpdc/cwp/view,a,1238,q,542195,mpdcNav_GID,1541.asp
The Citizens Advisory Council (CAC) is an advisory panel in each police district that provides the district commander with information and recommendations from the community on the public's safety problems and police service needs. Regular CAC meetings in each district allow residents to meet and discuss police-related issues with the commander. The meetings also provide an opportunity for police officials to assess the impact of their crime-fighting efforts on the community.
In addition to the CAC in each police district, the Chief of Police's Citizens Advisory Council provides the Chief with input and advice on matters affecting the entire Department. The Chief's Citizens Advisory Council consists of the chairs of each district CAC, as well as At-Large members who represent different communities of interest in the District.
View a listing of the current members of the Chief's Citizens Advisory Council.
For more information, contact your local police district or:
Chief's Citizens Advisory Council Coordinator
Office of the Chief of Police
300 Indiana Avenue, NW, Room 5080
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 727-4218
Fax: (202) 727-9524
If you have a community listserv or website in the Fifth District, please let us know about it, for the site below:
Yvonne Smith, (202) 645-5532