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New MPD Commander Kamperin at Oct. 9 PSA 102 meeting

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With the Metropolitan Police Department’s (MPD) Diane Groomes promoted to Assistant Chief of Patrol Services and School Security, we welcome Commander David Kamperin to the First District. Chief Cathy Lanier on Sept. 23 selected him to serve as the Commander of the First Patrol District.

A 22-year veteran of MPD, Kamperin has worked in four of the seven police districts, the Special Operations Division, the Homicide Branch and the Training Academy. He’s no stranger to the PSA 102 community--he served as the area’s PSA lieutenant several years ago.

Please join us Oct. 9 to meet Commander Kamperin and hear is perspective on community policing in the First District, including the Capitol Hill and H Street Corridor communities.

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WHAT: Police Service Area (PSA) 102 monthly meeting
WHEN: Tuesday, Oct. 9 (2nd Tuesday of each month)
TIME: 7-8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Sherwood Recreation Center, 640 10th St NE


* Welcome and agenda overview; greetings [5 minutes]

* Review June crime statistics, burglaries and hot spots [10 minutes]

* MPD First District Commander David Kamperin [40 minutes]

* Break into neighborhood groups to address specific issues through
Partnership for Problem solving; MPD officers and coordinator will help rotate to guide discussions, make plan. Meet with officers.
[30 minutes]

**** 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. 7-8:30 p.m. Tell your friends and neighbors!

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