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August 31 12:34 PM

Shreveport Police Pastors on Patrol celebrates 18th anniversary

The Shreveport Police Department's Pastors on Patrol program celebrated 18 years of dedicated service to our city with an honorarium Sunday.

The event culminated Aug. 26 at the Steeple Chase Baptist Church, located at 7016 Steeple Chase Plaza Drive in Shreveport and served to honor the service and commitment of local ministers representing a myriad of faith backgrounds.

We are grateful for our police chaplains, who listen to and participate with the Shreveport police in the workplace of law enforcement officers, advising calmly in the most strained situations and offering assistance when appropriate or requested.

Current Shreveport Police Department chaplains include Calvin Kimble, commander; Collier Mickle, secretary; Danny Thompson, treasurer; Josephine Franklin, Marandalous Holland, Ed Gonzalez, Meredith Hanna and James L. Thomas.

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