Introducing The Crime Scene
Today, we're launching The Crime Scene, The Post's newest blog. Each day, we'll bring you news, views and perspective on public safety issues in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia and around the nation and world.
It'll be written by our entire reporting team, a veteran group that really knows the issues that affect you and that you care about. The team has led coverage of the region's most memorable stories, including the sniper attacks and trials; the Virginia Tech massacre; the 9/11 trial of Zacarias Moussoui and other key events.
Spread out across the region, they cover your law enforcement agencies, your courthouses, your politicians and officials -- and your communities.
We hope to inform, educate and entertain. We hope to bring you inside police investigations and show you the humanity of the criminal justice system, simplify its complexities, introduce you to its people and go inside the issues that affect your lives and livelihoods.
But we can't do it without you. We know how important your safety is, and we hope this blog and our coverage gives you the information you need. To make sure that happens, we urge you to talk to us.
Tell us what you want to know. Send us questions we can find the answers to. Drop tips. (You can even do it anonymously.) Let us know what you want to hear from us, your elected officials, police chiefs and judges.
Make it yours.
-- The Editors
Washington Post Editors
November 18, 2009; 5:00 AM ET
Categories: From the Editors
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