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MPD Annual Report 2013_lowres

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Published by: Martin Austermuhle on Aug 18, 2014
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Message from the Mayor 3Message from the Chief 52013: Year in Review 6Heroes During Tragedy: Washington Navy Yard Shooting 12 Customized Community Policing & Police Patrols 14Organization of the MPD 16DC Code Index Offenses vs. FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Offenses 18Crime in the District of Columbia 20Homicide Analysis 22Violent Crimes 24Property Crimes 25Bias-Related Crimes 26Firearm Recoveries 27DC Code Arrest Trends 28
Trafc Safety 30
Calls for Service 31Personnel 32Citizen Complaints & Use of Force 34Budget 35Fleet 36Appendices Index 37
Metropolitan Police Department
 | Annual Report 2013
1It is the mission of the Metropolitan Police Department to safeguard the District of Columbia and protect its residents and visitors by providing the highest quality of police service with integrity, compassion, and a commitment to innovation that integrates people, technology, and progressive business systems.
1. Reduce crime and the fear of crime in the community.2. Change the culture of the MPD from reacting to crime to building and sustaining safe neighborhoods.3. Position the MPD to be viewed and respected nationally and internationally as a model for how it serves the community.4. Build homeland security into the culture of the MPD and the community without creating fear.5. Make the relationship between police and neighborhoods paramount — tailoring policing to neighborhoods.6. Build on what the MPD is doing right.7. Focus on MPD’s routine activities, fostering innovation and initiative, all the while maintaining
scal accountability.
8. Encourage teamwork and leadership at every level of the Police Department and throughout the community.9.
Emphasize that every MPD employee has the power to inuence positive change — and
encourage them to improve the service they provide to both the Department and community.10. Throughout the Department, focus on how the MPD can address youth issues.11. Enhance follow-up in all aspects of the Department to meet community needs.

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