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The taxpayers of the District of Columbia pay me $230,743.00 a year to perform my duties professionally. Despite the money I am paid by the public, I am unable to produce records that I am required by law to provide.

OUR FOIA REQUEST

Please provide all publicly available records falling within the following categories:
Investigative reports, crime scene investigation evidence, and all relevant and available evidence related to the homicide of Alicia Wheeler September 12, 2011. The request includes a demand for all investigative notes, audio recorded interviews and any information about the work done by the DC police department prior to her death to protect Alecia wheeler from harm.
All email communications regarding awards given to DC police detectives about Alicia Wheeler's death investigation
Any documents containing a complete list of all disciplinary actions that have been reversed by the DC Police Department in the years beginning in January 2008 to present.
Complete investigative file regarding a DC Police Department officer pulling a gun at a snowball fight 2009
Any publicly available portions of Chief Cathy Lanier's personnel file
Complaint data and statistics for the Metropolitan Police Department over the duration of Chief Cathy Lanier's tenure as chief. Total Number of excessive force and false arrest complaints made against the DC police department within the past five years.
Any publicly available photographs of DC police officers.

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The video in this window does not represent all of our contacts with the LA County Sheriff's office. In fact, we have encountered many officers who were polite, professional and deserving of the public's trust and respect. This year we have decided to include some of those examples on the front page of our website. The Sgt. in the video above was disciplined within a few weeks of this video being turned over to internal affairs investigators. We want to thank Sheriff Lee Baca for his handling of the matter with discipline and retraining.

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Mission Statement:
Using available technology, PoliceAbuse.com documents and investigates alleged incidents of police abuse.  We believe that many police organizations have done a poor job of protecting the public from abusive officers. Our primary service is assisting victims of misconduct with reporting complaints to appropriate enforcement agencies. We also investigate police and Sheriffs deputies that are accused of abusive behavior.

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Irvin B Nathan is the chief law enforcement officer for the District of Columbia. Two years ago, Mr. Nathan and his staff failed to assist a woman that needed protection from an abusive husband. Alicia Wheeler died in the District of Columbia September 12, 2011. She was stabbed to death in an alley, in part, because the domestic violence unit did not consider Alecia Wheeler's pleas for legal help a priority. It can be proven by emails sent to the Atty. Gen. that he was warned that the mismanagement of the domestic violence unit's resources would result in a woman's death. Emails show that Irvin B Nathan ignored at least 15 warnings. In attempting to cover up mistakes made by his staff, the Atty. Gen. committed crimes in the District of Columbia that have come to the attention of PoliceAbuse.com. The Atty. Gen.'s conduct will be discussed in an upcoming special report. PoliceAbuse.com believes there is sufficient evidence to force the Atty. Gen. out of office


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