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'Pastors on Patrol' celebrates 14 years serving Shreveport

Some of the Shreveport Police Department's chaplains (Source: Shreveport Police Department). Some of the Shreveport Police Department's chaplains (Source: Shreveport Police Department).
SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) -

It's a heavenly happy birthday for one Shreveport program after 14 years of service to the community.

The SPD's Pastors on Patrol program will be honored Sunday for thecommitmentt of these local ministers who serve as SPD chaplains. They represent a variety of faith backgrounds.

The event will begin at 6 p.m. at Bethesda Baptist Church, 9530 Kingston Road.

Police chaplains advise law enforcement officers and offer help when needed.

The current SPD chaplains are:

  • Rev. Calvin Kimble - commander;
  • Rev. Collier Mickle - secretary;
  • Rev. Earnest James;
  • Rev. Eddie O'Dell;
  • Rev. Danny Thompson;
  • Rev. Gregory Jones;
  • Rev. Roy Davis;
  • Rev. Gill Tull;
  • Rev. Artis Williams; and
  • Min. Barbara Jarrell

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