MPD Chief Cathy Lanier

The third D.C. Police All Hands on Deck effort recently took place at the end of June. The D.C. Police have not released any numbers on overall arrests. But they did put out a handy press release promoting the program which puts all available D.C. cops on patrol. Chief Lanier (pictured) loves AHOD.

The latest AHOD went from June 26 to 6 a.m. on June 28.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office provided their own stats for AHOD-related arrests. These do not include the minor stuff handled by the Office of Attorney General. The stats still show a significant number of no-papered cases i.e. cases tossed out by prosecutors due to a lack of evidence.

According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office:

On June 26 there were 11 felony cases, 30 misdemeanor cases, seven fugitive cases, and 20 no-papered cases.

On June 27, there were 30 felony cases made, 42 misdemeanor cases, and a whopping 50 no-papered cases.

On June 29, there were 20 felony cases, 64 misdemeanor cases, 29 no-papered cases, and eight fugitive cases.

Total felony cases: 61 cases

Total no-papered cases: 99 cases.

Effectiveness of AHOD: That’s a question for all of us. You can check on the results from the previous AHODs here and here.

*photo by Darrow Montgomery.