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Woman sues Washington D.C. police for Canadian discrimination

TORONTO – A Canadian woman who had been working for the Washington D.C. police department has filed a lawsuit against her former employer for harassment inflicted by a supervisor because of her nationality. 256 more words


Ex-D.C. Officer Charged With Taking Gun to Library of Congress

WASHINGTON — A former District of Columbia police officer was arrested at the Library of Congress this week for trying to bring a loaded, unregistered gun into the building. 126 more words


Creating a Better Environment Together | July Newsletter

Creating a Better Environment Together

Last week I met with Tommy Wells, not just a good friend and mentor, but the head of the District Department of the Environment. 583 more words

Burned Body Found In NE D.C. Alley

WASHINGTON — A burned body has been discovered in an alley in the 1200 block of Holbrook Terrace in Northeast D.C., police confirm to WNEW. 9 more words


Video Released of Suspects in Shooting of 16-Year-Old Boy

WASHINGTON — The above video was released Wednesday of three people who are wanted in connection to the shooting of a 16-year-old boy in D.C. 107 more words


Commissioner Deleon stands with Mayor Bowser in announcing new drug enforcement strategy

Earlier today, Commissioner Deleon stood alongside DC Mayor Muriel Bowser and Police Chief Cathy Lanier as they announced a new drug enforcement strategy on Monday. Bowser’s office says the police department will focus more of its attention on suppliers who feed dangerous narcotics into the communities, and shift away from out-dated tactics focused on low-level users. 64 more words

D.C. Police Officers Sued For Enrolling Kids in Schools Illegally

WASHINGTON — The Attorney General is suing two D.C. police officers for more than $224,000 in back tuition penalties on charges they lied about where they live in order to send their children to public schools. 116 more words