Safety Program Looks to Expand

In light of a recent armed robbery near the Paper Mill in Georgetown, the Citizens Association of Georgetown is asking for residents help to expand their Public Safety Program to areas south of M Street.

“Any kind of crime that involves a gun is very scary for people,” said CAR Director Diane Colasanto. “We got requests from residents of the area to do more and we are very responsive to those requests. We know how frightening it is.”

CAR’s Public Safety Program includes extra police officers to patrol the residential streets on the weekends, private guards patrolling five nights a week and other efficient endeavors.

For more information or to make a tax deductable donations, visit CAR’s website.

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