Vice Investigation Executive Assistant Chief Terrance Gainer has ordered a review and evaluation of four Metropolitan Police Department officers profiled in a Washington City Paper cover story earlier this month (“Rough Justice, 1/7). The story detailed allegations of excessive force against 6th District police officers Anthony McGee, Homer Littlejohn, Lonnie Moses Jr., and Efrain Soto. The quartet’s allegedly rough style of policing Northeast and Southeast neighborhoods east of the river had attracted an unusually large number of civilian complaints, and each officer had been picked up by the Early Warning Tracking System, a police department program designed to spot problematic officers. Gainer says the 6th District command staff will review each officer’s work history, including the collective 49 civilian complaints lodged against them. “Their commanding officer would look at all the issues that were raised,” says Gainer, adding that the process may include detailed one-on-one interviews with each officer. “Do the investigation, let them talk to the victims, and justice should be done,” says Kennith Edmond, who complained in the story about the tactics of the 6D vice unit.