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Monday, September 13, 2010

PSA 102 Meeting Tomorrow

REMINDER - PSA 102 MEETING - September 14th- SHERWOOD REC CENTER
PSA 102 Public Safety Meeting
Sherwood Recreation Center - 10th and G Streets NE
Tuesday 14 September 2010 @ 7:00 p.m.

Special Guest: DPW - Parking Enforcement.  Please join us for a discussion on parking enforcement issues in our neighborhood.

Next Meeting: Tuesday 12 October 2010
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**** PSA 102 meetings enable residents and police to discuss, identify and take action against crime and other quality of life issues in the community. The meetings are the second Tuesday of each month at the Sherwood Recreation Center, 10th and G Streets NE. Normal times are 7-8:30 p.m.
The PSA 102 boundaries are (clockwise) the railroad tracks at Union Station, Florida Ave NE, Maryland Ave NE, 9th St, East Capitol St, 2nd St, Massachusetts Ave, and Columbus Circle. ****
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT PSA 102, photos, crime maps and more go to
http://mpd1dpsa102.blogspot.com/
QUESTIONS? Contact:
Brandon Bies
Volunteer PSA 102 Citizen Co-Coordinator
communitysafetywalk@gmail.com
Bobby Pittman
PSA 102 Citizen Co-Coordinator
psa102coordinatormpd@gmail.com
Lt. Vendette Parker
PSA 102 Lieutenant
vendette.parker@dc.gov

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great idea having parking enforcement there. I will be sure to bring my photos.

Russ

Kristin said...

This is slightly off topic, but still relevant.

While driving through a neighborhood close to Adams Morgan, I saw a sign stating that the neighborhood was being gaurded by what looked like a private security firm (the name escapes me now). It was on a sign that looked similar to the old "neighborhood watch" signs. Does anyone know about private security firms gaurding neighborhoods? Is it something everyone in a specified area pitches in to pay for? Do these private security firms have jurisdiction to do anything if they see a crime being committed?

Anonymous said...

There's a sign like that acroos from Lincoln Park on the north side of East Capitol. That sign was put there by private citizens who paid for a private guard during the Barry years. When I lived in Fairfax Village, the Fruit of Islam was paid to patrol the streets for a while.