Fighting crime and violence in the District of Columbia: capital punishment as a deterrent : hearing before the Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management, Restructuring, and the District of Columbia of the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Fifth Congress, first session, April 30, 1997
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Tracie Gibson Widow of District of Columbia Officer Brian Gibson
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additional areas arrests authority behavior bill Booz-Allen Brian Gibson capital punishment Chairman Chief of Police citizens Congress Control Board Council crime and violence crime rates criminal justice system D.C Courts D.C. SUPERIOR COURT death penalty department's disorder disruptive District of Columbia domestic violence drug fear of crime felony fighting crime filings fiscal year 1997 going Government Management Hamilton Heritage Foundation HIRING homicide increase issue killed law enforcement officers legislation Mather Mayor MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING Metropolitan Police Department Moffit MOU partners MPD officers murder nation Nation's capital neighborhood Oversight of Government patrol percent pay raise personnel persons police officers policing initiatives PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY probation problem protect public safety reducing crime response Restructuring Schwartz Senator BRownbacK Senator Hutchison Senator Lieberman Soulsby staff supervision surrounding jurisdictions testimony Thank U.S. Attorney UNITED STATES SENATE violent crime Washington YORK CITY