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Search Tags: Metropolitan Police Department
Nearly three dozen new recruits to the D.C. police department are set to begin a training program.
Michelle Lane is tired of waiting to get her guns, so she's going to federal court.
Metropolitan Police do not believe the shootings are related.
Three D.C. police officers charged with attempting to receive stolen property pleaded not guilty Wednesday in D.C. Superior Court.
The Key Bridge was completely closed after a police officer was struck by a vehicle.
In a three-part series, WTOP takes a look at the fatal shooting of 13-year-old Alonzo Robinson in 2008, the response by city officials and the subsequent search for justice.
More than 30,000 wanted felons are allowed to walk the streets due to regional police departments' backlog in serving warrants, which in some cases are so old they can not longer be prosecuted.
D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier was a guest Thursday on WTOP's "Ask The Chief" program. Here's what she had to say
Kisha Coley pled guilty to two counts of assault in October after she struck two men, including another officer, in an early morning incident in the 3500 block Georgia Avenue NW.
The D.C. Council has made the city's disorderly conduct laws a bit more ... explicit.
Tags: disorderly conduct , D.C. Council , Cathy Lanier , D.C. police , Patricia Riley , U.S. Attorney's Office's Office , ACLU , American Civil Liberties Union , Citizen Complaint Review Board , D.C. Attorney General , Gary Emerling