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Performance Plans and Reports: Public Safety

Our citizens and the nation are entitled to a capital city that is both safe and secure. They must feel secure in their daily activities, and have confidence in the efficiency of emergency responders and in the District's plans for emergency action in the aftermath of catastrophic occurrences. During fiscal year 2010, public safety agencies will build on the progress seen in fiscal year 2009, through community policing and enhanced quality assurance, by increasing their capacity to serve and protect the public through the expansion of personnel, addition of new tools and technologies, and increased efforts to engage citizens in the District.

Chief Medical Examiner, Office of the (OCME)

Corrections, Department of (DOC)

Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, (CJCC)

Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice, Office of (DMPSJ)

Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department (FEMS)

Forensic Sciences, Department of (DFS)

Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA)

Judicial Disabilities and Tenure, Commission on (CJDT)

Judicial Nomination Commission (JNC)

Justice Grants Administration, (JGA)

Metropolitan Police Department (MPD)

National Guard, DC (DCNG)

Police Complaints, Office of(DCPC)

Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Commission, DC (DCSC)

Unified Communications, Office of (OUC)

Victim Services, Office of (OVS)

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