Guardian Angels February Report
2012 February Report
Community Patrols – 1st District
Guardian Angels Bruce Alcan and Bk Lunde have patrols around 15th and K street, SE every Thursday. They have been doing the patrols in this area since 1997. Their patrols are about two hours.
Community Patrols- 3rd District
Guardian Angels have a had two patrols in Columbia Heights we hope to additional patrols in the area
Community Patrols – 4th District
We have partnered up with MPD 4D. Guardian Angels will do foot patrols in a few areas around the Petworth Metro Station. The goal for the patrols is to be a deterrent and report any crime we see to the police and any quality of life issues to DC Government Services. The Guardian Angels have been on patrol for one month in the Petworth community. We have not been able to recruit anyone from the area. But we will continue to try. The Guardian Angels attend the vigil for the third anniversary of Pamela Butler’s disappearance.
Community Patrols – 5th District
Guardian Angels are still on foot patrol with the Handover/Bates community walk. This group is doing a great job its been going strong for about four month. The Guardian Angels look forward to more patrols with this group.
Community Patrols 7th District
The DC Guardian Angels are still patrolling the 2400 block of Elvans Road, SE. we have patrols there on Fridays for about two hours.
The Guardian Angels had a few foot patrols on the MBT in the month of February our goal is to get bike patrols on the trail in April. We need your help for this. MPD have donated bikes to the Guardian Angels but we need some work on the bikes like turn up etc. and we need lights, horns/bells and red bike helmets. If you can help email.
In January the Guardian Angels provided 126 patrol hours on the DC Metro Trains. This month February we provide 78 hours. Most of our patrols are on the Green Line Train from Gallery Place to Congress Heights. We also patrol Anacostia, Congress Heights, L'Enfant Plaza and Gallery Place platforms. The reason for less train patrols this month is because WMATA police have been doing stings on the platform to catch anyone who decide they would like to take electronic devices that do not belong to them. Guardian Angels also spent a lot of time out side Woodley Zoo, Anacosita, New York Ave, Congress Heights, Columbia Heights and Petworth metro passing out Guardian Angel flyers that give safety tips and MPD flyers asking for info on criminal who are mugging citizens for their electronic devices.
Metro Patrols - 78
Community Foot Patrols – 73.5Community Events - 42
--John "Unique King" AyalaDC Chapter Leader/East Coast Director
Alliance Of Guardian Angels/DC Chapter
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Washington, DC 20005