“I wanted to make sure that I shared the facts with our community members on violent crime in the city,” the chief writes.
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Total gun recoveries—a hot topic on officials’ minds—increased roughly 64 percent from 2013 to 2014.
MPD’s current use-of-force policy doesn’t comply with District law, according to a report.
Internal Affairs is investigating.
The D.C. chapter of the volunteer anti-crime group have started patrolling Metro stations and the Metropolitan Branch Trail.
A new analysis released today by the Urban Institute shows that in the past 20 years, violent crime in the District has significantly decreased.
Major cities' police chiefs held a conference Monday at which the group presented recommendations for curbing the national spike in violent crime.
Jack Evans wants police to seize vehicles of suspected "johns," but is that the best way to deter prostitution?
"I don't want anyone to be fooled," Bowser said. "These chemicals are nothing like marijuana."
Police are searching for the suspect.
Suspect worked at victim's company
Twenty years later, police and FBI memorialize the victims of a shootout at MPD headquarters in 1994.
The Pigskins win!
Boot and Rally: There are so many people stealing Dacha beer garden's beer boots that nearby Ivy & Coney is recovering the large beer boot-shaped glasses at its own bar on a weekly basis. This is why we can't have nice things! -3
Guns Down: A federal judge issued D.C. a 90-stay before a ruling overturning the city's ban on handguns in public spaces goes into effect. Police Chief Cathy Lanier [...]
The District's Office of the Attorney General filed a motion this afternoon requesting that a federal court delay overturning a gun law until the city's appeal is heard. A U.S. District Court ruled this weekend that a D.C. gun law that prevents people from legally carrying handguns in the District's public places is unconstitutional.
D.C. Police Chief Cathy [...]