January 8, 2024
Councilmember Frumin to Host Public Safety Forum January 17

Ward 3 residents are invited to a public safety forum at 6 pm on Wednesday, January 17, at Cleveland Park Library, 3310 Connecticut Avenue NW. Councilmember Matt Frumin will welcome MPD Chief Pamela A. Smith, US Attorney Matthew Graves, Attorney General Brian Schwalb, and Office of Unified Communications Director Heather McGaffin to discuss how we can address crime in our city. This event will also be available virtually via Zoom — register today. Can’t make the meeting and have a question for Councilmember Frumin? Email our office at Learn more about Councilmember Frumin's work on neighborhood safety.

January 1, 2024
Statement on January 1 homicide at 4300 Military Road

Early this morning, a gathering among a group of friends at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Friendship Heights turned tragic when a member of the party shot and killed a young woman at the gathering. My heart goes out to her family and friends, who instead of celebrating the New Year are now mourning the loss of a loved one. My office was in communication with MPD shortly after the shooting and continues to receive updates. I have confidence that MPD is doing everything the department can to apprehend the shooter. We face an epidemic of gun violence in our city that impacts every resident regardless of age, income, or Ward, and we must work together across government to empower public safety agencies to stem the tide of violence. I will host a public safety forum on January 17 at 6 pm at the Cleveland Park Library with Police Chief Pamela A. Smith, U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves, and Attorney General Brian Schwalb. Addressing the crime crisis in our city has been and continues to be…

December 1, 2023
Letter to DC Superior Court on Landlord-Tenant Docket Changes

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