Dupont Public Safety

Monday, August 27, 2012

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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

INVITATION - A Safer Dupont: Wed., 6/20, 6:30pm, JCC

COMMUNITY MEETING

A Safer Dupont

The Dupont Circle Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) is hosting a community meeting for residents and business owners to discuss public safety issues in the neighborhood.  Police and Transportation officials will be in attendance, in addition to community leaders, elected representatives, and public safety liaisons.

This is an opportunity to have your voices heard on concerns, issues, and ideas from neighborhood crime to pedestrian and bicycle safety — and for you to help inform and guide the city’s public safety agenda.  It will not be an opportunity for blaming and alleging, but rather an opportunity have your concerns noted and discussed so that they can be addressed productively and collaboratively — if not at the meeting, at least in the near future.

(Please email Public Safety Liaisons Kishan Putta and Noah Smith at kishanputta@gmail.com and noahsmith6@gmail.com if you have any specific issues or information you would like us to provide or discuss.)

* We hope to hear from YOU on June 20 *

(The ANC thanks the Urban Neighborhood Alliance, the Dupont Circle Citizens Association, Gays and Lesbians Opposing Violence, and Historic Dupont Circle Main Streets for their partnership on this event)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Monday, November 14, 2011

Public Safety: Police Thanksgiving - 11/22/11

PSA 208 didn’t do National Night Out this past summer. Instead:

 

Police Thanksgiving - 11/22/11

Join us in Dupont Circle Park on Tuesday, November 22 at 5PM for a great barbecue with members of the Metropolitan Police Department. Stop by the park to help us strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships! 

 

For more information on how you can become involved in ANY of our upcoming events, please contact DupontFestival@gmail.com.

 

About Dupont Festival

The purpose of Dupont Festival is to organize and implement a wide range of outdoor and indoor activities in the greater Dupont Circle area throughout the year. 

 

Rob Halligan
HalliganProjects.com
202 319 1313
(Landline - no texting. Forwards to cell.)

 

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

July Dupont/Kal Public Safety/PSA 208 Meeting

Sorry for the late notice.

 

The semi-monthly PSA meeting is at the GLLU office on the Massachusetts Ave side of the Sun Trust building at the south side of Dupont Circle (building with old digital clock) Tuesday at 7pm.

 

The Dupont/Kal Public Safety/PSA 208 meetings are now every other month schedule. These are held on the 3rd Tuesdays for Dupont and Kalorama-Sheridan issues. We’ll meet from 7 to 8:00pm. Our community depends on good communications to and from our police. This is a roundtable meeting where we problem-solve. Bring an issue – no matter how minor. If you can’t make it, please convey your issue to someone who will be attending.

 

 

DupontForum - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DupontForum/

MPD 2D listserv - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MPD-2d/

MPD 2D info - http://mpdc.dc.gov/mpdc/cwp/view,a,1239,q,544652,mpdcNav_GID,1535.asp

Lieutenant Scott Dignan (Scott.Dignan@dc.gov)

Sol Levine - Neighborhood.Network.208@gmail.com

Neighborhood Network 208 Google Group - http://groups.google.com/group/nn208

Dupont Public Safety Blog - http://dupontpublicsafety.blogspot.com/

Borderstan - http://borderstan.com/

Borderstan listserv - borderstan@gmail.com

Get Texts or emails notifying of crime and emergencies: http://textalert.ema.dc.gov.

 

Rob Halligan
HalliganProjects.com
202 319 1313

 

Monday, July 18, 2011

July Dupont/Kal Public Safety/PSA 208 Meeting

The Dupont/Kal Public Safety/PSA 208 meetings are said to be going to an every other month schedule after Tuesday 7/19. These are held on the 3rd Tuesdays for Dupont and Kalorama-Sheridan issues. We’ll meet from 7 to 8:00pm. Our community depends on good communications to and from our police. This is a roundtable meeting where we problem-solve. Bring an issue – no matter how minor. If you can’t make it, please convey your issue to someone who will be attending.

 

 

DupontForum - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DupontForum/

MPD 2D listserv - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MPD-2d/

MPD 2D info - http://mpdc.dc.gov/mpdc/cwp/view,a,1239,q,544652,mpdcNav_GID,1535.asp

Lieutenant Scott Dignan (Scott.Dignan@dc.gov)

Sol Levine - Neighborhood.Network.208@gmail.com

Neighborhood Network 208 Google Group - http://groups.google.com/group/nn208

Dupont Public Safety Blog - http://dupontpublicsafety.blogspot.com/

Borderstan - http://borderstan.com/

Borderstan listserv - borderstan@gmail.com

Get Texts or emails notifying of crime and emergencies: http://textalert.ema.dc.gov.

 

Rob Halligan
HalliganProjects.com
202 319 1313

 

Friday, June 24, 2011

Sentences in Cases We Submitted Community Impact Statements

1)Wayne Bridgeforth was sentenced to 4 years plus 1 year for his parole violation. 5 years is very good in that he’s received 1 to 2 years for previous similar crimes. We had 5 Community Impact Statements (last I heard). I went down to the sentencing hearing to testify this morning.

 

2) Craven Kemp got 22 months. He admitted to 12 burglaries. We got in 4 or 5 Community Impact Statements. I can’t say I find that as just; that’s less than 2 months per burglary. He does have a shorter record of convictions.

 

Thanks to the community members who allowed MPD to set up a sting operation in their house. Thanks to MPD for that effort and the rest of their efforts. Thanks to US Attorneys Anita LaRue and Stephan Rickard their efforts – especially in working with the Community Impact Statements.  Thanks to CM Phil Mendelson for passing a provision in the last Omnibus Crime Act that allows continued minor offenses to be prosecuted as felonies.  Lastly, many  thanks to all those who wrote Community Impact Statements.

 

If you ever think dramatizations of court room scenes capture the real life drama, head to a  sentencing hearings room next time you get called for jury duty. MPD makes over 50,000 arrest a year. That 15 minute sentencing hearing on the conveyer belt of justice is real drama particularly in the moments the judge hands down that sentence and the moment the convicted is lead off to jail.

 

Rob Halligan
HalliganProjects.com
202 319 1313
(Landline - no texting. Forwards to cell.)

 

Thursday, June 16, 2011

3 Reminders - PSA Venue Change, Re-Districting Meeting, Com Impacts

Tuesday – PSA Meeting in Conn/M Club Zone. June 21 at the Palladium Condominium, 1325 18th St. NW, Top Floor Community Room (between Mass Ave and N Street). We’re happy to have the meeting there in light of continuing issues with the Connecticut and M club zone. See Below.

 

Wed – 2D CAC Meeting with Chief Lanier to discuss PSA and District Border Changes.  June 22 Second District Station, 3320 Idaho Avenue, NW, that’s behind the Wisconsin Ave Giant, 7 pm. I met with Chief Lanier last week. Seems she wants to see strong community interest if we are to modify the proposal that splits Dupont and 17th Street into 2 different districts.  Please show up; if you are representing a group, please make that clear.

 

Tomorrow (Friday) – Requested last day to get US Attorney LaRue Community Impact Statements on the Wayne Bridgeforth case. His sentencing hearing is the 24th. Keep in mind that these are separate from Victim Impact Statements. These letters can/should be about how his crimes affect the community in general.

 

 

Rob Halligan
HalliganProjects.com
202 319 1313
(Landline - no texting. Forwards to cell.)

 

From: Rob Halligan [mailto:Rob@HalliganProjects.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2011 10:02 AM
To: DupontForum (DupontForum@yahoogroups.com)
Subject: June Dupont/Kal Public Safety/PSA 208 Meeting - Venue Change Reminder

 

When we can, we like to move the monthly Public Safety Meeting around to different venues. That tends to draw new people out and makes for a good meeting.

 

June 21 at the Palladium Condominium, 1325 18th St. NW, Top Floor Community Room (between Mass Ave and N Street). We’re happy to have the meeting down there in light of continuing issues with the Connecticut and M club zone.

 

We’ll meet from 7 to 8:00pm These are held on the 3rd Tuesdays for Dupont and Kalorama-Sheridan issues. Our community depends on good communications to and from our police. This is a roundtable meeting where we problem-solve. Bring an issue – no matter how minor. If you can’t make it, please convey your issue to someone who will be attending.

 

 

DupontForum - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DupontForum/

MPD 2D listserv - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MPD-2d/

MPD 2D info - http://mpdc.dc.gov/mpdc/cwp/view,a,1239,q,544652,mpdcNav_GID,1535.asp

Lieutenant Scott Dignan (Scott.Dignan@dc.gov)

Sol Levine - Neighborhood.Network.208@gmail.com

Neighborhood Network 208 Google Group - http://groups.google.com/group/nn208

Dupont Public Safety Blog - http://dupontpublicsafety.blogspot.com/

Borderstan - http://borderstan.com/

Borderstan listserv - borderstan@gmail.com

Get Texts or emails notifying of crime and emergencies: http://textalert.ema.dc.gov.

 

Rob Halligan
HalliganProjects.com
202 319 1313