Tasha Bryant currently serves as Inspector of the First District Substation. Located in the lower central portion of the District of Columbia, the First District is home to the city's business and political center. It includes some of our nation's most recognized and cherished landmarks, as well as some of the city's most interesting and diverse neighborhoods.
Inspector Tasha Bryant began her career with the Metropolitan Police Department in March 2004 as a patrol officer in the Fourth Police District. While there, she received the Patrol Service Are of the Year Award twice (2006, 2009) and Community Officer of the Year award in 2008. In April 2009, Bryant was assigned to the CSID Forensic Science Division as a Crime Scene Officer.
Bryant was promoted to Sergeant in April 2014 and served in both the Fifth and Seventh Police Districts. Then, in April 2018, Bryant was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and assigned to the First Police District. Later that same year, she moved to the School Safety Division, where she Coordinated school safety activities in a regional operational command, including supervision of all sergeants and resource officers in the region.
When Inspector Bryant was promoted to Captain, she moved to the Seventh Police District. There, she assisted the District Commander with patrol operations in the Seventh District. As 7D Captain, Bryant also served as liaison with the United States Attorney's Office, advocacy groups, and other government and non-governmental agencies.
On May 7, 2021, Bryant was promoted to Inspector by Police Chief Robert J. Contee and assigned to the First District.
Inspector Tasha Bryant has an Associate Degree in communication from Strayer University. She is currently taking courses at University of Maryland in pursuit of her Bachelor’s Degree.