Ward 1 Public Safety Meeting Scheduled for April 30th

Public Safety, and effective ways to ensure it in our communities, is something that is important to everyone. Here is an opportunity for residents to get engaged, show support for efforts that are working, and offer feedback on strategies that are falling short.

Councilmember Nadeau has announced the date and location of her 4th Annual Ward 1 Public Safety Meeting which will be on Tuesday, April 30th on U Street.

What: 4th Annual Ward 1 Public Safety Meeting

When: Tuesday, April 30, 2019

6:30pm: Open house with brief remarks

7:30pm: Meet neighborhood MPD officers

Where: Prince Hall Masonic Temple, 1000 U St NW

More details are available here, and include the following information:

We’ll have a new format this year based on feedback from previous years.

We’ll open at 6:30pm with an open house featuring representatives and brief remarks from MPD Commanders, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement, Collaborative Solutions for Communities, the Ward 1 NEAR Act Study Group. Each representative will have a table and residents can mingle and ask questions.

Then at 7:30pm, we’ll be joined by neighborhood MPD officers for those who would like to meet an MPD officer who works in their neighborhood.

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One Comment on “Ward 1 Public Safety Meeting Scheduled for April 30th”

  1. LJ Says:

    Am I the only person that noticed that these are same old policies that she ha been pushing for years. It’s not working? Where are the new, bold ideas? These policies may work in some circumstances, but in concentrated areas of violent crime, it’s not going to help. That’s been evidenced because to date because nothing has changed. It’s time she realized what’s happening in parts of Columbia Heights, Park View and Petworth are special circumstances requiring special attention. Reform VICE (plain clothed is investigators trained in narcotics, gangs and guns) back to the ward permanently or at least in major, long term trouble areas. If what you’re doing isn’t working, it’s time to try something new before someone gets hurt.


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