Category Archives: Volunteers

Castro Patrol Celebrates Seventh Anniversary

Last evening, the CCOP (Castro Patrol) board joined community leaders and volunteers at Magnet to celebrate the organization’s 7th anniversary. Board Chair Greg Carey told the crowd that the organization’s longevity is due to its role in the community as … Continue reading

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PINK SATURDAY Safety Crew – Volunteer To Help Us Out!

PINK SATURDAY is the annual street celebration that takes place in the Castro every June on the evening before the SF Pride Parade.  This year it will take place on Saturday June 29, and it’s expected to attract upwards of … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Our Newly Promoted Patrollers!

During the regular Patrol Directors and Volunteers Meeting on Monday, May 20th, two patrollers received promotions to the rank of Patroller (Ptlr) from Trainee Patroller (TPtlr)! Here is Ptlr. Aja Banks (center) receiving his promotion from DPtlr. Brian Hill (left) … Continue reading

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Castro Patrol Welcomes 7 New Volunteers

We added seven new Trainee Patrollers yesterday during our 36th Volunteer Training this past Saturday. Thank you and WELCOME to our newest volunteers. Your participation will help make the Castro just a little safer and more secure. Without further adieu, … Continue reading

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