Increase Public Safety & Quality of Life

Increasing public safety and quality of life as a council member in Washington, D.C. requires a multifaceted approach. Here’s what I will do:


Support quality education initiatives, including after-school programs and vocational training, to give young people alternatives to crime.

Community Policing

Support and promote community policing programs that build positive relationships between law enforcement officers and residents. This can lead to increased trust and cooperation, making communities safer.

Mental Health Services

Advocate for improved access to mental health services. Providing treatment and support can reduce both crime and recidivism.

Youth Engagement

Create opportunities for young people to be engaged in positive activities, such as sports, arts, and community service, to keep them away from crime.

Job Creation

Attract businesses and industries that provide stable employment opportunities in underserved communities.

Restorative Justice Programs

Advocate for restorative justice programs that focus on repairing harm and reintegrating offenders into the community, reducing recidivism.

Substance Abuse Services

Support initiatives that address substance abuse through treatment and prevention programs.
Remember, building a safer and more vibrant community is an ongoing effort that requires collaboration, careful planning, and a commitment to addressing the root causes of crime while enhancing the quality of life for all residents.
Adams Morgan, Columbia Heights, Kalorama Triangle, LeDroit Park, Mount Pleasant, Park View, Pleasant Plains, Shaw, U Street NW corridor.
Burleith, Chinatown, Downtown, Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom, Georgetown, Logan Circle, National Mall, Penn Quarter, Shaw, Kalorama, U Street NW corridor, West End
American University Park, Cathedral Heights, Chevy Chase, Cleveland Park, Forest Hills, Foxhall Crescent, Foxhall Village, Friendship Heights, Glover Park, Kent, Massachusetts Avenue Heights, McLean Gardens, North Cleveland Park, Observatory Circle, Palisades, Spring Valley, Tenleytown, Wakefield, Wesley Heights, Woodley Park
Barnaby Woods, Brightwood, Brightwood Park, Chevy Chase, Colonial Village, Crestwood, Fort Totten, Hawthorne, Lamond-Riggs, Manor Park, Petworth, Queens Chapel, Shepherd Park, 16th Street Heights, Takoma
Arboretum, Bloomingdale, Brentwood, Brookland, Carver-Langston, Eckington, Edgewood, Fort Lincoln, Fort Totten, Gateway, Ivy City, Langdon, Michigan Park, North Michigan Park, Pleasant Hill, Queens Chapel, Stronghold, Trinidad, Truxton Circle, Woodridge
Barney Circle, Capitol Hill, Capitol Riverfront, Hill East, H Street NE corridor, Kingman Park, L’Enfant Plaza, Mount Vernon Triangle, Navy Yard, Near Northeast, NoMa, Shaw, Southwest Waterfront
Benning Heights, Benning Ridge, Benning, Burrville, Capitol View, Civic Betterment, Deanwood, Dupont Park, Eastland Gardens, Fairfax Village, Fairlawn, Fort Davis Park, Good Hope, Greenway, Hillcrest, Kenilworth, Kingman Park, Lincoln Heights, Marshall Heights, Mayfair, Naylor Gardens, Northeast Boundary, Penn Branch, Randle Highlands, River Terrace, Skyland, Twining
Anacostia, Barry Farm, Bellevue, Buena Vista, Congress Heights, Douglass, Fairlawn, Garfield Heights, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Shipley Terrace, Skyland, Washington Highlands, Woodland


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