Monday, April 21, 2014

Sketches released in Georgetown sex assault


The United States Park Police, Criminal Investigations Branch, is currently investigating a Sexual Assault that occurred in Glover Archbold Park, in the area of the 3700 block of Canal Road NW, Washington, DC on April 1, 2014 at approximately 8:50 pm.

The victim in this case was walking in the 3100 block of “K” Street NW, Washington, DC, near the Georgetown Waterfront, when she was accosted by the suspect from behind and forcefully taken through the area of the Capital Crescent Trail, where she was later Sexually Assaulted by the suspect in Glover Archbold Park. The suspect later fled toward Canal Road NW, Washington, DC.

The suspect’s description is as follows:

Black Male, Light Brown Complexion
Height: 6’0 (Approximately)
Weight: 230-240 pounds
Tattoo on back of left Hand: “N” with stars down the center
Short Haircut
Wearing a white shirt with a blue/black striped tie
Wearing a black jacket
Wearing black pants
Wearing black boots
No weapons used

Anonymous Tips can be left on the U.S. Park Police Tip Line 202-610-8737 or U.S. Park Police Communications Section 202-610-7500.

Monday, April 14, 2014

National Telecommunicator's Week

Dispatcher David Lawrence, Washington, DC

April 13-19, 2014, has been designated as National Telecommunicator's Week.

The United States Park Police would like to recognize the men and women of the United States Park Police Communications centers that serve the Washington, DC, area, the San Francisco Field Office, and the New York Field Office that perform telecommunications duties that are an indispensable link between our officers, the public, and vital support services.

The Communications Dispatchers who provide radio, telephone, and computer services to every USPP unit are to be commended for their dedication and professionalism. Thank you for your valuable contributions to the Force.

U.S. Park Police Recognized for K-9 Narcotics Detection Training School



U.S. State Department Rachel Holtzman, U. S. Park Police Captain Charles Guddemi, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Carol Z. Perez and Judith Campbell Department of State-Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement affairs
     
On Friday, April 11, 2014 U. S. Park Police Captain Charles Guddemi was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation for his outstanding work and dedication for participation in the 2012 assessment that led to the K-9 Narcotics Detection Training School program.

Other award recipients include Lieutenant Robert Lachance, Sergeant Jeffrey Quinn and Officer Jeffrey Dougherty who received certificates of appreciation recognizing their dedication for seeing the training school through to success.