Asian Liaison Unit
The Asian Liaison Unit Is a team of dedicated officers that focuses on the public safety needs of the Asian Community. They facilitate translation services to patrol officers, various investigative units and the community. Their primary focus is to perform outreach and patrol functions to the community and to respond to all citizens needs.
The members of the ALU staff -- sworn and civilian -- speak Korean, Vietnamese, Chinese Cantonese, and Thai. The unit was officially established as the Asian Liaison Unit on March 4, 1996. The Asian Liaison Unit is not a full police station, but the officers are deployed to provide their police service in all districts.
The ALU is an active community-oriented policing unit within the Metropolitan Police Department. Please call upon us! We are here in the community to assist you.
Core and Affiliate Members of the Special Liaison Division
Download the list of current members of each liaison unit.
Contacting the Asian Liaison Unit
For immediate police service, always dial 9-1-1.
Emergency call takers can handle calls in multiple languages and can accommodate members of the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. Once police are on the scene, you may request that an on-duty affiliate or Liaison Officer be contacted.
Contacting a Specialized Unit for Normal Police Business
For other police service, such as to request that an affiliate or Liaison Officer attend a meeting or to discuss other non-emergency issues, please contact the appropriate Liaison Office below. Please note that these offices are not staffed 24-hours a day, but all calls will be returned within one business day.
Name: Sgt. Kenny Temsupasiri
300 Indiana Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 724-8009
Fax: (202) 727-9422