The Metropolitan Police Department’s Youth and Family Services Division would like to extend an invitation to family, friends, and community members to attend the 1st annual “Missing in Washington D.C.” event, which will take place on Saturday, June 9, 2018. This event is dedicated to helping families find individuals who’ve been reported missing in the District of Columbia.
Encourages residents, businesses, nonprofits, and religious institutions to install security...
The DC Victim Hotline is available for all crime victims in the District of Columbia. The hotline...
Show Up, Stand Out (SUSO) is a community based truancy reduction program that helps parents get...
DC Victim Hotline
The DC Victim Hotline is available for all crime victims in the District of Columbia.
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DC Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)
District of Columbia Victim Services Academy
Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board
Jun 19 2018 - 12:30
Aug 7 2018 - 17:00
May 1 2018
Mayor Bowser Kicks Off Summer Crime Prevention Initiative with 10,000th Security Camera Funded Through Incentive Program
This program is intended to help deter crime and assist law enforcement with investigations.
Dec 4 2017
MPD to Emphasize the Use of Safe Exchange Zones
Jun 1 2017
DC residents will be eligible to receive a private security camera system without cost.
May 30 2017
Mayor Muriel Bowser will launch the Private Security Camera Voucher Program.
Apr 13 2017
The legislation ensures that every victim of sexual assault is treated with fairness and...
Feb 12 2016
Council of the District of Columbia COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARy Notice of Public Oversight...
Jul 21 2015
The Sexual Assault Victims' Rights Amendment Act Task Force will be holding an open meeting on...
Jun 16 2015
SAVRAA (or the Sexual Assault Victims’ Rights Amendment Act of 2013) has asked the Task Force to...