Councilmember Nadeau Ward 1 Town Hall With MPD Chief Smith

Tuesday, November 28, 6:30-8:00 pm

D.C. Housing Finance Agency
815 Florida Ave. NW

Police Chief Pamela Smith has accepted Councilmember Nadeau’s invitation to meet with Ward 1 residents on Tuesday, November 28, 6:30-8 pm at the D.C. Housing Finance Agency, 815 Florida Ave. NW. Chief Smith will share crime statistics for Ward 1 and her plans for policing in the ward, including topics such as allocation of officers and resources, community policing, and more. She will also take questions from the audience. Residents may submit questions in advance online or by contacting my office: 202-724-8181. Registration is not required.

We will also live stream the meeting for those who wish to watch from home. We will not be able to take live questions from those watching online.

To submit questions, watch live, and for more info, please visit:

Watch the Town Hall Live

Live stream will be visible here when the meeting begins.

Submit Your Question in Advance

If you would like to submit your question in advance, you may do so here. We will also take questions live from the audience.

We will not be able to take questions via this form after 6 pm on the evening of the event.


Councilmember Nadeau sent the following letter to the City Administrator and the Director of the Office of Unified Communications on Tuesday to express her deep concern over the 911 dispatch center's ongoing failure to dispatch assistance where it is needed. She called the failures "alarming and unacceptable."
Traffic safety is public safety. Working together with DPW, we are making it harder to be a dangerous driver in D.C.
Over the past year, my Council colleagues and I have been laser-focused on improving public safety in the District. Every Ward 1 resident deserves to feel safe in their home and their neighborhood. I’d like to provide you with this update on my work in this critical area.

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