Art Slater, the new chairperson of the Fifth District Police Citizen’s Advisory Council, asked me to pass the message below to you.
Sent: Monday, June 21, 2004 11:32 AM
Subject: 5D CAC Meeting
This message concerns our upcoming 5D CAC meeting on Thursday.
Some of the members of the Bates Area Civic Association had questions about response times for calls for service and how calls are prioritized and dispatched, so I’ve asked Commander Greene to invite Capt. Crane to speak on the subject. Residents in several citizen groups wanted to learn more about how to get the most from the Mayor’s Call Center (727-1000), hence Todd Douglas has agreed to speak at the 5D CAC. The Commander would like citizens to take a more in-depth look at police operations through a Citizens Academy. Can you share the following announcement with your e-mail group?
Fifth District Citizens Advisory Council Monthly Meeting
Residents in the Fifth District are cordially invited to attend the Fifth District Citizens Advisory Council (5D CAC) Meeting on Thursday, June 24, 2004 at the Home for the Aged, 2601 18th St, NE. at 7:00 PM
Invited speakers include:
Capt. James Crane, Director, MPDC Communications Division
Todd Douglas, Ward 5 Neighborhood Services Coordinator/Core Team
MPD Citizens Police Academy Representative
The purpose of the 5D CAC is to enable citizens to assist in and make less hazardous the task of reducing crime and promoting public safety; and to function in an advisory capacity to the Fifth District Commander. As citizens we work with the Commander to find 5th District-wide solutions to increase public safety, develop programs for youth and recognize those who provide outstanding service to citizens, among other activities.
All residents who live in the Fifth District are welcome and encouraged to attend. Membership dues are $4.
Fifth District Citizens Advisory Council
Art Slater, Chair
Regina James, Vice-Chair
John Washington, Treasurer
Tom Usselman, Corresponding Secretary
Frances Penn, Recording Secretary