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DC Police Commander Andy Solberg for Haverford Magazine(48 images)

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A day in the life of Washington DC Police commander Andy Solberg
  • DC police commander Andy Solberg has worked for the police force for 25 years. He commands one of the city's largest districts.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg monitors as officers arrest an a man allegedly trying to rob a liquor store.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg radios officers in his district about a possible man with a gun in a hotel room, while waiting for their morning meeting to begin at the Joint Operation Command Center in Metropolitan Police Station Headquarters in DC.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg greets new officers in his district headquarters in Washington DC.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg talks with community leader Rob Ramson about how he can reward officers every month for their good deeds. Commander Solberg stays close to community leaders to find out what is going on in the neighborhoods in his district.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg checks in with community leader and local boxing instructor Tony Bell, left. Commander Solberg stays close to community leaders to find out what is going on in the neighborhoods in his district.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg responds to a call of an attempted armed robbery at a liquor store. The store owner said the armed robber was still inside in a storage room.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg responds to a call at an apartment complex of an elderly woman missing. The neighbor he talked to said she had't seen her friend in a few days.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg patrols the streets in his district in Washington DC. His area of control covers most of the NE section of DC.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg walks to his seat at the Joint Operation Command Center in Metropolitan Police Station Headquarters in DC. In the morning meetings, commander Solberg and the other six district commanders review all of the crime that occurred over the weekend.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg radios officers in his district about a possible man with a gun in a hotel room, while waiting for their morning meeting to begin at the Joint Operation Command Center in Metropolitan Police Station Headquarters in DC.
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  • On MPD commander Andy Solberg's left wrist is an orange bracelet. Solberg, who has four children, said his oldest daughter gave him the bracelet 20 years ago, and he's been wearing it since.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg arrives at the Metropolitan Police Station in  Washington DC. for morning meetings at the Joint Operation Command Center.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg talks with community leader Rob Ramson about how he can reward officers every month for their good deeds. Commander Solberg stays close to community leaders to find out what is going on in the neighborhoods in his district.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg fills out paper work and reviews the weekend crime reports on Monday morning before a conference call and meeting at the command center. The meetings happen every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg radios officers in his district about a possible man with a gun in a hotel room, while waiting for their morning meeting to begin at the Joint Operation Command Center in Metropolitan Police Station Headquarters in DC.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg fills out paper work and reviews the weekend crime reports on Monday morning before a conference call and meeting at the command center. The meetings happen every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg talks with colleagues at the Joint Operation Command Center in Metropolitan Police Station Headquarters in DC. In the morning meetings, commander Solberg and the other six district commanders review all of the crime that occurred over the weekend.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg responds to a call of an attempted armed robbery at a liquor store. The store owner said the armed robber was still inside in a storage room.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg talks with colleagues at the Joint Operation Command Center in Metropolitan Police Station Headquarters in DC. In the morning meetings, commander Solberg and the other six district commanders review all of the crime that occurred over the weekend.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg radios officers in his district about a possible man with a gun in a hotel room, while waiting for their morning meeting to begin at the Joint Operation Command Center in Metropolitan Police Station Headquarters in DC.
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  • The complete works of William Shakespeare sits on a table in MPD Commander Andy Solberg's office.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg fills out paper work and reviews the weekend crime reports on Monday morning before a conference call and meeting at the command center. The meetings happen every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg checks in with community leader and local boxing instructor Tony Bell, left. Commander Solberg stays close to community leaders to find out what is going on in the neighborhoods in his district.
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  • DC police commander Andy Solberg waits for his morning meeting to begin at the Joint Operation Command Center in Metropolitan Police Station Headquarters in DC.
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