PROVOST GUARD OF EL JEBEL

Meetings: 3rd Monday – 7:00 pm –

The Provost Guard of El Jebel is a group, having as its primary objective, the promotion and development of an outstanding uniformed inner body to bring together Nobles of El Jebel in a closer bond of friendship, to encourage, promote, and create enthusiasm among its members for the betterment of El Jebel and its own members to provide entertainment and sociability among its members, to form a solid co-operative body of Nobles upon which the Illustrious Potentate can call and depend upon to perform on behalf of El Jebel and its Nobility.

 

OUR DUTIES, WE ARE A WORKING UNIT:

  • Night Watch = we provide members to secure El Jebel, to check and secure all doors and set alarms to make sure the temple is secured at the close of the day.

 

  • Parties at El Jebel = we provide uniformed members to work security at all functions at El Jebel.

 

  • Other = we are on call to do what ever the Illustrious Potentate requests us to do at any other functions.

 

MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS:

An applicant for active membership must be a member in good standing in El Jebel.

It is the intent to provide El Jebel with a uniformed inner body composed of personnel with professional skills in law enforcement activities and those who have a genuine interest in law enforcement. Membership will consist of active, reserve/posse, retired law enforcement officers and those who have a genuine interest in law Enforcement. To join, call one of the officers listed below for application.

 

Uniform: Part of uniform is furnish by the Provost Guard

 

Initiation Fee: None  Dues: $25.00  per year

 

OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR 2019:

Provost Marshal – Jim Oliver Phone 720-333-6446
1st  Asst. Provost Marshal – Tony Dattilo, PP Phone 303-929-1214
2nd  Asst. Provost Marshal – Ed Richards Phone 303-908-1399
CONTACT: John Carr 303-378-5969
Sec/Treas.  – John Carr Phone 303-378-5969 pjama_pops@hotmail.com

PHOTOS:

 

Practice Helps

 

 

Several awards were won at this competition

 

 

Provost Guard Meeting January 2005