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PSA 106 Police Community Meeting

WhenTue Aug 25, 2020 6:30pm – 8pm (EDT)
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Tuesday, August 25, 2020
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National Night Out This Year Tuesday October 6, 2020

A message from Chief of Police, Peter Newsham:
Dear DC Residents, 
What we have endured as a city the last couple of days has been unprecedented, but we will persevere. MPD takes pride in professionally responding to crisis situations, and we will continue to ensure the safety of those who live, work, and visit the District of Columbia.  Today Mayor Bowser ordered a citywide curfew for the District of Columbia during the following times: 

Monday, June 1, beginning at 7 pm and ending at 6 am on Tuesday, June 2 

Tuesday, June 2, beginning at 7 pm and ending at 6 am on Wednesday, June 3 During the hours of the curfew, no person, other than persons designated by the Mayor, shall walk, bike, run, loiter, stand, or motor by car or other mode of transport upon any street, alley, park or other public place within the District. 
 The curfew imposed by the Mayor’s Order shall not apply to: 

  • Essential workers, including healthcare personnel and working media with their outlet-issued credentials, when engaged in essential functions, including travel to and from their essential work; and
  •  Individuals who are voting and participating in election activities, including poll workers, volunteers and individuals exercising their right to vote. 

We have started to go through images and video that captured criminal activity during the riots and we are asking for your assistance. If you have any information or video, please share it with us by calling 202-727-9099 or text 50411. If you need to report immediate threats or emergencies, please call 911. You can also file non-violent crimes online: https://mpdc.dc.gov/node/1468616
 Thank you for your support, and please stay home tonight and tomorrow night. 
Sincerely, 
Chief Newsham
We are here to help!

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Recent Residential Burglary Reports in PSAs 104, 107 and 108

We are currently investigating a string of burglary reports in PSAs 104, 107, and 108.  The suspect is described as an African American male, 20-30s, dark complexion, last seen wearing bright colored running shoes (yellow and/or orange), black long length shirt (Under Armor style), dark colored pants with a possible neon stripe.  The suspect reportedly is targeting rear doors of private homes, kicking the doors to gain entry and stealing small property items of value (wallets, cell phones, jewelry, electronics etc.).  The suspect may be committing these offenses between late evening and early morning hours.  Please be certain to properly secure all doors and windows and report suspicious activities immediately by dialing 911.  If a suspicious person is observed, please do not confront the subject but discretely call police immediately and provide your call back information if possible.  Please provide a detailed description and last known direction of travel for responding officers.  If possible, maintain sight of the subject from a safe distance while remaining on the telephone with the police dispatcher.  At this time, there has been no personal injuries reported in these cases as the suspect appears to be targeting small property items of value only.  Please pass this information along to your neighbors and contact our Command Information Center at 202-727-9099 or the First District Detectives Office on 202-299-2025 with any information you may have relative to these recent events.        

Damion L. Taylor, M.P.S., FBINA 257

Lieutenant, First District Substation

Patrol Services South

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El departamento de policía (MPD) anuncia

las ubicaciones de las zonas de intercambios

(Washington, DC) –  Para combatir los robos en el Distrito de Columbia, la jefe de la policía Cathy Lanier y el departamento de la policía (MPD por sus siglas en inglés) han designado tres lugares como las zonas de intercambios o “exchange zones” en inglés.

Estas localizaciones servirá como un lugar seguro para los residentes y visitantes a la ciudad donde se pueden intercambiar y finalizar las transacciones de las compras por el internet.

Varios individuos en el Distrito han sido víctimas de los robos derivados del mercado móvil y por las applicaciones de celulares para comprar y vender los bienes. Los sospechosos también han usado estas plataformas para atraer a las víctimas, encontrarse en un lugar, y cuando uno llegue, ocurre el robo.

Según Lanier, “los Exchange Zones estarán en lugares bien iluminados y cerca a las estaciones de la policía, desalentarán muchos de estos tipos de robos mientras darán a los residentes de Washington, DC un lugar seguro para comprar o intercambiar los bienes… La comunidad puede hacer su parte mediante la compra de forma segura en nuestros lugares designados para el comercio de mercancías, comprado por el internet o por el mercado móvil,” dijo Lanier.

Las ubicaciones de las tres Exchange Zones son:

  • Divisón de Operaciones Especiales, las patrullas portuarias/ 550 Water Street, Southwest
  • Tercer Distrito/ 1620 V Street, Northwest
  • Sexto Distrito / 5002 Hayes Street, Northeast

MPD avisa al público de los siguientes consejos de seguridad para cuando inicie un intercambio de compra y venta de bienes con desconocidos:

  • No vaya solo
  • No de su dirección, el número de teléfono o ningún otro tipo de información personal
  • Evite los encuentros durante la noche

MPD seguirá infocándose en recursos significativos en la reducción de robos en toda la ciudad. Si usted tiene alguna información relacionada con un robo, puede enviarnos un mensaje anónimo a 50411 o llamarnos a 202-727-9099.

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