Community Activist for Poverty Reduction for Phila. using the Phila. Police Clergy 52nd St. Town Watch Alliance (from left) Rev. Clarence Hester, East Division Inspector, Elizabeth Harden, MHS, Community Outreach Program, Willie Bond, Democratic Committeeman, 52nd St. Town Watch, Gregorio Pac Cojulun, Pres., Malcolm X Park, 18th P.D.A.C., Boyce Jordan, III, Congregation Trustee, 52nd St. Town Watch, James Sullivan, VSP Foundation, Vice Pres, Terry Savage, 52nd St. Town Watch, Bessie Woods, Malcom X Park Alternative To Violence, Angela Ashford, Empire Business Consulting Inc., Imam Naadim Abdulkhabiyr, 18th Police District Pres., Phila. Police Clergy, and Andrew Schwalm, Staff for X Park Photo, Member, Friends of Malcolm X Park
The Philadelphia Police Clergy is expanding value safety services and accommodations for poverty reduction for Philadelphia in a secure and safe environment. Last week Rev. Dr. Clarence Hester, Philadelphia Police Clergy, East Division has led these services as a result of social practices and positive human interaction with honor. This is reached through education, prevention, and therapeutic treatment throughout the urban community and suburban neighborhood, including services and special needs programs. One such program for special needs is Town Watch. What has occurred most recently with Rev Hester in the East Philadelphia area is catching on fast in the West Philadelphia area. The neighbors along 52nd Street are rebuilding Town Watch and Chaplain Police.
Willie S. Bond, Terry Savage, Boyce “Butch” Jordon, Kevin Lofton, Greg Spearman, Gregorio Cojulun, Jr. of the 52nd Street community as well as Warren Bloom, Independent Candidate for City Commissioner of Philadelphia are interested in supporting Town Watch services. It shall work in a manner that is spiritually and culturally sensitive and responsive to the community. Many are partners in the Poverty Reduction for Philadelphia plan. The 52nd Street Town Watch and the Philadelphia Police Clergy Department shall provide emergency care, skilled safety officer care and neighborhood recovery services as required in accordance with the neighbors individual community recovery care plan, to meet human needs and protect the individual rights and rights to quality of life. Rev Hester, Bishop Hodrick, Iman Abdulkhabiyr, Rev Jefferson, Pastor Stafford, Minister Bloom, and I, amongst others will strive to address each neighbors physical, emotional and social need along the West Philly, 52nd Street area.
It's Bond's, Savage's and Jordon's goal to form another Town Watch Patrol that will take to the streets. The 52nd Street Town Watch's desire is to treat children, fellow volunteers, and their community with justice, uprightness, and respect. Working with the Police Clergy will strengthen them. The Police Clergy will train and assist Town Watch to conduct Tour Duty Procedures and Operations dealing with: Deterring Crime. Severing as a far-reaching security presence and visible preventive agent by continually performing duties in an alert, professional manner. Reporting suspicious activities may be investigated and intervened by dialing 911 if and when absolutely necessary. The areas include Malcolm X Park at 52nd and Pine Street, all office buildings, all warehouses, store fronts, playgrounds, swimming pools, or any other type of business or facility requiring security and safety coverage that's in your territory. The 52nd Street Town Watch seeks your support to help neighbors reserve the absolute right to perform assigned safety patrol tour of duty at a location as a necessary to suit you. If men, women or youth are interested in Town Watch and 52nd Street West Philly 52nd Street member “Butch” Jordon invite you to meet at Malcolm X Park on Saturday, May 19, 2007 at 4:00 PM. or call (215) 474-4954. For more info about patrolling in the 52nd Street area contact Willie Bond at (215) 510-6661 or Terry Savage at (267-971-5048. Save the children.