Posted on July 20, 2016:
The Baltimore Guardian Angels Meet With Cherydale Residents to Discuss
Community Safety Through The Guardian Angel Watch Block Watch Program
The Guardian Angels and Baltimore City Police Southern District meet with the Cherrydale community to discuss Crime Prevention and Deterrence. Discussions centered around various programs the Guardian Angels offered incuding Youth Programs, Guardian Angel Watch, Citizens on Patrol Walks, and Self Defense/ Personal Awareness Senimars.
The Benefits of A Guardian Angel Watch Group for the Residents of Cherrydale was discussed at gret length. The idea was supported by The Baltimore City Police and received positive receptions from the Residents of Cherrydale.
Special Thanks To the Southern District Police Department for their presentations at the Community Meeting.
The Baltimore Guardian Angels Are Proud to Serve the Residents of Cherrydale.
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Posted on July 17, 2016:
Morrell Park "Stop The Crime And Violence Rally"
On Saturday July 16, 2016 the Baltimore Guardian Angels in partnership with the Morrell Park Community Association, hosted a “Stop the Crime and Violence Rally” for the Morrell Park Community in Southwest Baltimore. The Rally started The Church on the Boulevard, which has hosted Community Public Safety Meetings and has organized numerous Community Events.
Along with Residents of the Morrell Park Community, The Baltimore City Police Department, Representatives from the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office, Elected Officials and Members of Morrell Park’s Guardian Angel Watch Block Watch Initiative, the Baltimore Guardian Angels will led their Rally and Citizens on Patrol Walk through their community. This provided an opportunity for residents to talk to local law enforcement and provide information about their neighborhood. It also served to open the lines of communication between neighbors and build relationships with other local agencies which were also present for the event..
The Morrell Park Community, much like many other communities across the nation, has seen an increase in criminal activity in recent times. However, the Morrell Park Residents have decided to come together, with the assistance of The Baltimore Guardian Angels, to make a stand against the criminal elements in their neighborhood. The Residents want to send a message that Crime in their Streets is not acceptable and will not be tolerated.
This Rally and COP Walk is the first step toward building partnerships and forming relationships with fellow residents and local agencies to help rid the Morrell Park Community of Crime.
Morrell Pak stands in Unity to Take Back Their Streets.
NYC Guardian Angel Watch Patrol administers Aid to Man
In Need of Medical Attention.
The New York City Guardian Angel Watch Group accompanied by the New York City Chapter of the Alliance of Guardian Angels encountered a bleeding man during a patrol on Junction Boulevard and Roosevelt Avenue. The group immediately assisted with the administration of First Aid while awaiting the 9-1-1 response vehicle.
The partnership of the Alliance of Guardian Angels and The Guardian Angel Watch groups bears evidence of how a small group of individuals can effect positive changes within a community. All it takes is a willingness to Step Up and the Will to “Dare to Care.”
Posted on May 20, 2016:
First New York City Guardian Angel Watch Patrol Sets Boots To the Ground
On Friday May 20th, 2016, the First Guardian Angel Watch Patrol went out on the Streets of New York City. This New York City Guardian Angel Watch Group was comprised of residents and leaders of the predominantly Hispanic, Elmhurst/ Corona Community. The Guardian Angel Watch Group was accompanied on their patrol by 3 members of the New York City Chapter of the Alliance of Guardian Angels.
Pictured Above, New York Guardian Angeel “K.C.” briefs New York City Guardian Angel Watch Leader, Yonel Letellier Sosa on the Patrol Goals for the night’s Guardian Angel Watch Patrol.
Posted on May 8, 2016:
Guardian Angel Founder introduces the Guardian Angel Block Watch Program
in New York City
Exactly One Week after returning to New York City from the Launch of the Guardian Angel Watch Program in Baltimore, MD, Guardian Angel Founder, Curtis Sliwa, introduced the program to The Association of Latin American Leader in Corona, NY.
Thank You To The Association Of Latin American Leaders for Daring to Care.
Posted on May 1, 2016:
Baltimore Guardian Angels Launch
"Guardian Angel Watch"
On the Weekend of April 30th and May 1st, The Baltimore Guardian Angels launched “Guardian Angel Watch,” a Community Block Watch Initiative which provides training and support for participants. The Training included presentations from Local and State agencies such as the Baltimore City Police Department, CERT, the Fire Department, and a presentation on Citizens on Patrol(COP,) to name a few.
On May 1st, residents returned to the training site where they were presented with Official Guardian Angel Watch gear, as well as Certificates of Participation by Guardian Angel Founder, Curtis Sliwa. After the Presentation of Certificates, attendees were invited to participate in the taping of “Beyond The Streets:The Official Podcast of the Baltimore Guardian Angels."
he Baltimore City Police Department presented information on the steps taken after they receive a call for service. Residents were also given information on what details to provide when calling to report a crime.
Some of the Guardian Angels’ Partnerships with Community Based Organizations, Local and Stage Agencies, Law Enforcement and Government Officials are evidenced by the Panel Members who attended to assist in dispersing Information and training Residents.
On Sunday May 1st, Curtis Sliwa addressed the residents on the importance of what was taking Place in Baltimore. He commended this group of residents on taking the steps toward making their own community a safer place through the implementation of the Guardian Ange Watch Program.
Residents were Presented with their Official Guardian Angel Watch Gear, accompanied by a Certificate of Completion by Guardian Angel Founder, Curtis Sliwa.
Following the Award Ceremony, Residents were invited to participate in the taping of “Beyond The Streets,” a weekly podcast by the Baltimore Guardian Angels and Producer Maynard Edwards. Participants were encouraged to submit questions to Curtis Sliwa during the show.
The Morrell Park Community Leads The Way as the Pilot Team for the Guardian Angel Watch Program.
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