The Metropolitan Police Department's Second District saw an 8 percent increase in robberies over the same time period last year and five reported sexual assaults compared to zero during the same one-month period in 2011.
But Second District (2D) Commander Michael Reese told the that year-to-date 2D has seen an 8 percent overall decrease in crime.
Many of the robberies were taking place in the Ward 2's "club areas" or places with late-night activity and bars, Reese noted.
Police records provided at the CAC meeting show that half of the eight police service areas that comprise 2D had a reported sexual assault.
Georgetown experienced in the report (July 22 - Aug. 20), but one does not appear in MPD crime statistics because .
Reese said he was unable to comment on any of the sexual assault incidents.
"Everything we have has been released by the PIO," said Reese.
To see the breakdown of crime by type and PSA review the .