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Citizen Complaint Review Board Stanley E. Wigenton Confirmation Resolution of 1999
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Chairman Linda W. Cropp at the request of the Mayor


To confirm the appointment of Mr. Stanly E. Wigenton to the Citizen Complaint Review Board.

RESOLVED, BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this resolution may be cited as the "Citizen Complaint Review Board Stanly E. Wigenton Confirmation Resolution of 1999".

Sec. 2. The Council of the District of Columbia confirms the appointment of:

Mr. Stanly E. Wigenton
623 Columbia Road, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20001
(Ward 1)

as the metropolitan police department representative member of the Citizen Complaint Review Board, established by section 5 of the Office of Citizen Complaint Review Establishment Act of 1998, effective March 26, 1999 (D.C. Law 12-208; D.C. Code §4-914), for a term to end 3-years from the date a majority of the first members are installed.

Sec. 3. The Council of the District of Columbia shall transmit a copy of this resolution, upon its adoption, each to the nominee and to the Office of the Mayor.

Sec. 4. This resolution shall take effect immediately.

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Stanly E. Wigenton

I. PERSONAL DATA: Date of birth, February 5, 1955; address, 623 Columbia Rd., N.W., Washington, DC; marital status single; telephone number, (202) 829-8460.

II. EDUCATION 1973 TO 1976 University of the District of Columbia, Major: Various Courses, English, Math, Biology, Psychology, Creative Writing, Music, Chinese Language


3/99 to Present, Metropolitan Police Department, Evidence Control Department, Criminal Justice Information Division, Inspector, Manager. Designated as the Property Clerk for the MPD as required by the DC Code. Manage the daily operations of the Evidence Control Department which consists of the Customer Services Section; Valuables Vault/Asset Forfeiture Unit; Warehouse Section; Weapons Retention Vault; Blue Plains Impoundment Lot; Audit & Compliance Unit; Court Property Office and the DEA Regional Laboratory. There is a Deputy Manager (lieutenant), four sergeants, three Senior Police Officers, seven officers and 12 civilian members assigned. The office is responsible for the receipt, storage, control and proper disposition of all evidence, contraband, found property, impounded vehicles, and all other property similarly acquired as mandated by MPD policy and DC law.

9/98 to 3/99, Metropolitan Police Department, Operations Command, Office of Operational Services, Inspector. Provided a command presence at major crime scenes and at unusual and/or critical incidents throughout the city to support field units and to ensure that department policy was followed.

2/98 to 9/98, Metropolitan Police Department, Sixth District, Commanding Officer. The Sixth District, which is divided into ten Patrol Service Areas, was comprised of two captains, eleven lieutenants, 39 sergeants, 15 detectives and 268 officers. Responsible for the direction, supervision and control of all members under my command and for the elimination of crime and the fear of crime with the Patrol Service Areas.

3/97 to 2/98, Metropolitan Police Department, Special Operations Division, Inspector, Commanding Officer. Manage the daily operations of the Division which consists of five Branches; Special Tactics, Special Events, Special Patrol, Traffic Enforcement and Training consisting of four captains, nine lieutenants 27 sergeants, three detectives and 162 officers. Additional responsibilities include the daily management of the operations of the Department's Enhanced Enforcement Effort which consists of seven lieutenants and approximately 400 members who are assigned to the seven police Districts.

2/97 to 3/97, Metropolitan Police Department, Communications Division, Inspector Director. Managed the daily operations of the Division which consisted of one captain, two lieutenants three Watch Commanders, 15 supervisors, 75 dispatchers and 58 telephone receipt clerks. The Division operates 24 hours per day with three shifts -- A, B, & C. The Division also consists of the Administrative Support Branch, Operations Branch (radio dispatcher), Telecommunications Operations Branch, and Communications Maintenance Branch.

10/93 to 2/97, Metropolitan Police Department, Office of Internal Affairs General Investigations Branch, Captain, Commander. The General Branch is responsible for handling cases emanating from the seven police Districts. Managed two lieutenants who headed Public Corruption Units-One and Two, respectively. The branch also consisted of 16 agents. Responsibilities included my reviewing of investigative reports which were reviewed by the unit commanders and prepared by agents assigned to the branch. Managed the Integrity Check Program as it pertained to those members assigned to the seven police Districts.

9/93 to 10/93, Metropolitan Police Department, Fourth District, Patrol Sector Captain. Managed patrol Sector 1 which included three section lieutenants who were assigned to A section, B section and C section respectively. There were three sergeant positions assigned to each section which included 91 officers within the entire sector.

3/92 to 9/93, Metropolitan Police Department, Sixth District Patrol Sector Captain. Managed patrol Sector III which included three section lieutenants who were assigned to A section, B Section and C section respectively. There were three sergeant positions assigned to each section which included 77 officers within the entire sector. The officers were assigned to scout cars, patrol wagon, motorcycles and Community Empowerment Policing footbeats. Also designated as the Sixth District Civil Disturbance Unit Commander.

Appointed by the Chief of Police as the as the MPD management representative for Civilian Complaint Review Board. (3/92 thru 1 1/93).

2/98 to 3/92, Metropolitan Police Department, Internal Affairs Division Casualty Investigations Branch, Supervisory Lieutenant. Handled the supervision of 12 investigative sergeants within the branch. Responsibilities included my reviewing investigative reports to ensure they were grammatically correct, concise and complete. Other duties included testifying before the Police Firefighters Retirement and Relief Board based on investigations of targeted disabled retirees who committed various violations of the Disabled Retirement System.

6/87 to 2/88, Metropolitan Police Department, Second District Patrol Section, Patrol Platoon Lieutenant. Managed a patrol section which included three sergeants and 35 officers. Responsibilities included conducting major investigations, training and performing other duties as they related to the position of a patrol section middle manager.

2/86 to 6/87, Metropolitan Police Department, Special Operations Division, Harbor Branch, Administrative Sergeant. Handled all administrative functions of the branch which included scheduling, maintaining and ordering supplies and preparing replies to correspondence sent to the branch. Other responsibilities included the supervision of the boat registration process.

3/83 to 2/86, Metropolitan Police Department, Fourth District, Patrol Section, Patrol Section Sergeant. Handled the supervision of patrol section which included a squad of nine officers. Responsibilities included the handling of investigations concerning misconduct of members and of commending subordinates where appropriate.

4/79 to 3/83, Metropolitan Police Department, Second District, Patrol Section, Patrol Section Officer. Assigned as a foot patrol officer and to Scout 84.

12/78 to 4/97, Appointed to the Metropolitan Police Department. Attended the Training Division, as a Recruit Officer.

IV. Advanced Training: Executive Management Training by the F.B.I. November 29, 1993 thru December 3, 1993.

V. Affiliations/Accomplishments: Received various commendations from citizens and police officials:

(a) Maintained an average of a 3% decrease in Part 1 offenses as the C/O if the Sixth District (2/98 thru 9/98)

(b) Received a Special Letter of Recognition from former MPD Chief of Police Fred Thomas (7/95)

(c) Received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Director of the Office of Internal Affairs (3/97)

(d) Received a Special Recognition Award from the Sixth District's Citizen Advisory Council

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