Crime Report 91411

Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 10:00 AM

This report contains Part I serious offenses reported in the First District, broken down by PSA, in a 24-hour period. If you experience any computer problems with viewing this data, please reply to this message and explain the problem. See key at the bottom of the page.

PSA: 101
CCN: 11134138
RPT DATE: 09/13/2011
SHIFT:
OFFENSE: ADW
METHOD:
BLOCK: 1200 B/O NORTH CAPITOL ST
LOCATION: Public Housing
START DT: 09/13/2011
START TM: 00:20:00
END DT: 09/13/2011
END TM: 00:25:00
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PSA: 101
CCN: 11134273
RPT DATE: 09/13/2011
SHIFT:
OFFENSE: Theft
METHOD:
BLOCK: 1300 B/O G ST NW
LOCATION: Specialty Store
START DT: 09/13/2011
START TM: 10:45:00
END DT: 09/13/2011
END TM: 10:50:00
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PSA: 101
CCN: 11134627
RPT DATE: 09/13/2011
SHIFT:
OFFENSE: Robbery
METHOD:
BLOCK: 800 B/O 5TH ST NW
LOCATION: Sidewalk
START DT: 09/13/2011
START TM: 21:15:00
END DT:
END TM:
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PSA: 102
CCN: 11134159
RPT DATE: 09/13/2011
SHIFT:
OFFENSE: Theft F/Auto
METHOD:
BLOCK: 900 B/O F ST NE
LOCATION: Street/Highway/Road
START DT: 09/12/2011
START TM: 12:30:00
END DT: 09/13/2011
END TM: 01:44:00
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PSA: 102
CCN: 11134361
RPT DATE: 09/13/2011
SHIFT:
OFFENSE: Stolen Auto
METHOD:
BLOCK: 800 B/O 5TH ST NE
LOCATION: Street/Highway/Road
START DT: 09/12/2011
START TM: 22:00:00
END DT: 09/13/2011
END TM: 12:45:00
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PSA: 103
CCN: 11134345
RPT DATE: 09/13/2011
SHIFT:
OFFENSE: Theft F/Auto
METHOD:
BLOCK: 1800 B/O BENNING RD NE
LOCATION: Specialty Store
START DT: 09/10/2011
START TM: 16:45:00
END DT: 09/13/2011
END TM: 13:30:00
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PSA: 106
CCN: 11134594
RPT DATE: 09/13/2011
SHIFT:
OFFENSE: Theft
METHOD:
BLOCK: 600 B/O PENNSYLVANIA AVE SE
LOCATION: Specialty Store
START DT: 09/13/2011
START TM: 20:20:00
END DT: 09/13/2011
END TM: 20:25:00
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PSA: 107
CCN: 11134599
RPT DATE: 09/13/2011
SHIFT:
OFFENSE: ADW
METHOD:
BLOCK: 1300 B/O SOUTH CAROLINA AVE SE
LOCATION: Residence/Home
START DT: 09/13/2011
START TM: 20:15:00
END DT: 09/13/2011
END TM: 20:25:00
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KEY:

PSA – The Police District (first number=District) and area or police beat where the incident occurred.

CCN – The Complaint Number for the incident.

RPT DATE – Date the incident was reported to Police.

SHIFT – Estimated tour of duty crime occurred. DAY=Day EVN=Evening MID=Midnight

OFFENSE – Crime Classification.

METHOD – Subcategory of the Crime or the Degree (i.e. Burglary 2 = 2nd Degree Burglary, meaning Burglar not in contact with the victim.)

BLOCK – Block where the crime occurred.

LOCATION – General description of location where crime occurred.

START DT – Earliest date the incident could have occurred.

START TM – Earliest time the incident could have occurred.

END DT – Latest date the incident could have occurred.

END TM – Latest time the incident could have occurred.

ADW – Assault With A Deadly Weapon

F&V – Force and Violence

PBS – Pocketbook Snatch

P/P – Pickpocket

Office of Community Outreach Announcement October

Please take a look at the October Calendar, which includes upcoming events, related to National Crime Prevention Month.  In addition, you will begin seeing safety information in the morning Crime Reports, consistent with recently-reported crimes from around the city to help you avoid being the victim to similar crimes.  As always, thank you for being the extra eyes and ears in our community.  We appreciate your membership and ask that you share this information with others.

Office of Community Outreach
Metropolitan Police Department
http://www.mpdc.dc.gov/CommunityOutreach
http://www.mpdc.dc.gov/YahooGroups
http://www.mpdc.dc.gov/NeighborhoodWatch

October

2011

October 1st- National Crime Prevention Council Unveiled the New Look of McGruff the Crime Dog© to Law Enforcement Agencies Around the Country.

October 3rd- Mayor/Police Chief Welcome 35 New Police Recruits.  Metropolitan Police Academy, Washington, DC.
See “Employment Opportunities” at http://www.mpdc.dc.gov  (Applications are being accepted for 265 more officers.  Website to be updated asap)

October 4th- Sr. Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association Mtg Re: Volunteer Recruitment, 9am, DC Office on Aging, 441 4th St, NW.

October 4th- Start of the MPD Reserve Corps (Fall Class).  To join or to learn more about MPD’s Volunteer Programs, download the brochure by visiting: http://mpdc.dc.gov/mpdc/lib/mpdc/pdf/mpd_vol_programs.pdf
or contact Marvin.Haiman@dc.gov

October

4th thru 28th- Citywide School Presentations with McGruff the Crime Dog© Re: Halloween Safety.

October 5th- Safety information to the DC Office on Aging to distribute safety information to DC’s Senior Population.

October 11th- Citywide Neighborhood Watch Training, http://www.mpdc.dc.gov/NeighborhoodWatch Second Police District, 3320 Idaho Ave, NW, Nolantutor@yahoo.com or http://www.mpdc.dc.gov/NeighborhoodWatch (Note: This training is ongoing and will take place around the city in the coming months.)

October 11th- Safety Seminar for Howard University Students, Marco.Santiago@dc.gov  (3D)

October 15th- PSA 504, 10am, Understanding Crime Reporting, Fayette.Vaughn-Lee@dc.gov (5D)

October 18th- Domestic Violence Presentation by the US Atty’s Office- 5101 16th St, NW (4D)

October 19th- PSA 501, 7pm, Understanding Crime Reporting, Fayette.Vaughn-Lee@dc.gov, (5D)

October 19th- Court Watch Meeting: Learn how cases are processed through the courts and how community impact statements can help address the judge overseeing the case of a violent offender.  6:30pm, Fifth District Station, 1805 Bladensburg, Rd, NE (open to all), khenderson029@aol.com

October

20th- Fourth District Citizen Advisory Council Mtg, US Atty’s Office, Domestic Violence Presentation, 4D Station, Derek.Staten@dc.gov

October

21st – 23rd- All Hands on Deck, Metropolitan Police Department, Gwendolyn.Crump@dc.gov  http://www.mpdc.dc.gov/AHOD

October

22nd- Citywide Domestic Violence Awareness Summit, 9am, Matthews Memorial Baptist Church, 2616 M. L. King Jr, Ave, SE (Breakfast & Lunch Served), Childcare also provided., 9am, Lendia.Johnson@dc.gov

October 24th- 7pm, Community Discussion with Neighborhood Leaders, Community College of DC, MPD & DOES- National Crime Prevention Month Discussion on Suggested Courses and Locations around the city for the Community College of DC, Location: Department of Employment Services Bldg, 4058 Minnesota Ave, NE (Next to Minnesota Ave Metro Station) (Metro Multi-level Parking Garage directly behind bldg), Neighborhood Watch Manuals & Other Giveaways Provided.  Don’t miss this chance to talk to members of the University of the District of Columbia on the educational needs in your community. (Refreshments Served.) More information: Yvonne.Smith@dc.gov

Week of October 24th- Community Safety Bike Ride on Met Branch Trail with MPD’s Mountain Bike Officers.  More information to come to Met Branch Trail and 5D YahooGroups sites or see Fayette.Vaughn-Lee@dc.gov, 202-698-0188

October 27th- Fifth District Citizen Advisory Council Annual Public Safety Awards Gala to Honor Officers, Community Leaders and Recognition of Recent Loss of Officer Jelani Prather, 6:30pm, Washington Navy Yard.  JamoJam@msn.com Mr. James Berry (5D)

October 26th- Second District Station, Idaho Avenue, Burglary Prevention Presentation, 7pm, Rhonda.Hardy@dc.gov (2D)

October 28th- US Atty’s Office Halloween Safe Haven, CarolynL.smith@dc.gov (1D)

October 29th- Friday (6-9pm) Halloween Party for Children (12 & under), Second District Station, Idaho Avenue, Rhonda.Hardy@dc.gov (2D)

October 29th – 31st- Fifth District Annual Halloween Safe Haven Event, Arboretum Recreation Center, 6-8:30pm,
Fayette.Vaughn-Lee@dc.gov (5D)

October 29th- Sixth District Halloween Kiddie Cabaret, 1pm, Boys & Girls Club (Next to Sixth District Main Station)  4103 Benning Road, NE 202-698-1315, Officer Larry Martin (Larry.Martin@dc.gov) (6D)

October 30th – 31st-  First District’s Halloween Safe Haven Events & Renown Haunted House. 5-8pm, 101 M. St, SW, CarolynL.smith@dc.gov (1D)

October 31st- Fourth District Station’s Halloween Safe Haven Party and Dance Presentation by Culture Shock.  6-9pm, Location: TBA, Derek.Staten@dc.gov (4D)

October 31st- Third District Station (1620 V Street, NW) & Park View Rec Center Halloween Safe Haven Events.  Marco.Santiago@dc.gov, 6-8pm, (3D)

October 31st- Sixth District Annual Halloween Celebration for Children (ages 5 – 12) Costume Parade and Candy Party.  Boys & Girls Club (Next to Sixth District Main Station)  4103 Benning Road, NE, 5pm, 202-698-1315, Officer Larry Martin (Larry.Martin@dc.gov) (6D)

October 31st- Seventh District’s Haunted House and Halloween Safe Haven Block Party for Families.  Lendia.Johnson@dc.gov, (7D)

Open House- Special Liaison Division- the Special Liaison Division is a compilation of specialized units with special-trained officers, prepared to assist the following populations with public safety matters: Deaf & Hard of Hearing, Latino, Asian, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender.  Date, Time and Location of Open House to be Announced.  For more information, contact Edward.Delgado@dc.gov

This

calendar will be updated daily and reminders will be sent out.

Realignment of Police District and PSA Boundaries

Even if you never attend our 1D CAC monthly meetings – you do not want to miss this one!
MPD First District Citizens’ Advisory Council
Tuesday, June 7th @ 7:00 PM
First District Police Station at 101 M Street SW (former Bowen School)
Speaker:       MPD POLICE CHIEF CATHY LANIER
Topic:            Realignment of Police District and PSA Boundaries
Chief Lanier will be attending our 1D monthly Citizens’ Advisory Council  (1D CAC) meeting to present the MPD’s plan and rationale for the upcoming realignment of police districts and PSA boundaries to improve police efficiency and response times.
We are anticipating that this realignment will have a major impact on the First District in terms of our overall boundary lines as well as several of our Patrol Service Areas (PSAs).  As such, PSA Citizen Leaders, Business Representatives, and ANC Commissioners are especially encouraged to attend our CAC meeting on Tuesday night to hear first-hand how this reassignment will impact police services in your local communities.
Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to discuss your policing concerns with Chief Lanier a well as the chance to address concerns and questions about the concept of continued community policing initiatives in the District of Columbia.
It is not necessary to RSVP in order to attend. Monthly CAC meetings are open to the public. If anyone has questions or wishes additional information about this meeting or the 1D CAC in general, please feel free to contact me.  
Hope to see you all on Tuesday.