Houstonians invited to join HPD Chief Finner, Officers and Clergy for Day of Prayer

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HOUSTON (CW39) Wednesday, May 5th is what city and religious leaders refer to as a special “Day of Prayer.” Join new Houston Police Chief Troy Finner, HPD Officers along with Clergy on Wednesday, May 5th at the front entrance of the HPD Edward A. Thomas Building at 1200 Travis in Downtown.

The annual prayer service is open to the public and will serve as an observance of National Police Week dedicated to remembering officers who have given their lives in the line of duty.

Motorists are encouraged to drive with their headlights on this week in remembrance of those officers. 

WHAT:      Citizens Invited to Join Police Chief Finner, HPD Officers and Clergy
                    for Day of Prayer
DATE:          TOMORROW (Wednesday, May 5)
TIME:           10 a.m. 
WHERE:       Front Entrance of HPD Edward A. Thomas Building, 1200 Travis   

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