Atlanta police to conduct safety seminar for LGBT residents The GA Voice Editors August 21, 2012 Atlanta Leading the seminar will be the Atlanta Police Department’s LGBT liaisons Senior Patrol Officer Brian Sharp and Officer Kristin Knight. The seminar will also allow for a meet-and-greet with Major James Whitmire, commander of Zone 5, which includes the heavily gay areas of downtown and Midtown. Topics to be covered at the seminar include: robbery prevention and personal security; “see something, say something” campaign that encourages citizens to call 911 when they see suspicious activity; and the “clean car” campaign which calls for motorists to remove valuables from their vehicles. A recent alleged gay bashing on Aug. 4 at Atlantic Station is proving difficult to prove. The APD has not been able to reach the alleged victim, stalling their investigation. The Midtown Ponce Security Alliance continues to also beat the drum that prostitutes, especially men dressed as women, are forming “gangs” in Midtown. Atlanta police officials denied there are gangs of prostitutes harassing residents living in Midtown. SHARE ON Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website 7 − three = Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.