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On Monday, Sheriff Jewell Williams administered the swearing-in of five newly promoted Sergeants in the Philadelphia Sheriff’s Office. These individuals recently passed a civil-service test to receive the promotions.

The five new Sergeants are: Patrick Bastek, who became a Deputy Sheriff in 2013 and is assigned to the Bike Patrol Unit; Barry Johnson, who works in civil enforcement in the K-9 Unit, has served in the Sheriff’s Office for 25 years;  Timothy Waldron, who is stationed at Family Court has been with the Sheriff’s Office for 15 years;  Ronald Jones, a member of the Bike Patrol Unit, and has spent 19 years of service to the Sheriff’s Office; and Marcus Morris, in the Civil Enforcement Unit, who has been with the Sheriff’s Office for 7 years. “These are all dedicated deputies who do great work for our office and the community,” Sheriff Williams said. "I am proud to be able to promote them all to Sergeant," he said.
Here are some images from our successful seminar Saturday about How to Buy Property at a Sheriff Sale. Thank you to our co-sponsor @mpdonatucci and business leader Mabel Chan and to everyone who attended from all walks of life. This one was the first seminar to be translated into multiple Asian languages.  We have seminars in English and Spanish every month at 100 S . Broad Street. For info and upcoming dates visit
We are recruiting candidates for Deputy Sheriff Officer. Deputy Sheriffs are the enforcement arm of the City and County Court system. We are accepting applicants with law enforcement or military experience and those without. For info, or to apply, visit
Our deputies were out collecting for our annual Holiday Toy Drive on Black Friday at the Five Below locations at 2200 Wheatsheaf Ln., 2250 Christopher Columbus Blvd., and 4640 Roosevelt Blvd. We will be collecting toys around town for several more weeks. Stay tuned for more drop locations.
Sheriff Williams joined @sensharifstreet and others to serve food on Thanksgiving Day at the Historic Jones Tabernacle AME Church in North Philadelphia.
Sheriff Williams and his deputies teamed up with @phillypolice officers from the 25th District for Councilwoman @mariaqsanchez Annual Operation Thanksgiving. Deputies helped collect and deliver food to churches, schools and community members in need of some help.
Be safe out there while driving, walking or riding a bike, warns this Deputy Sheriff Officer from our Bike Patrol. The roads and snowfall are worse than expected.
A contingent of military veterans and other officers from the Sheriff’s Office will proudly walk in today’s Philadelphia Veterans Parade and Festival. Hope to see you out there. #veteransparade
Thanks to 18th St. Apothecary and the office of State Rep. Angel Cruz with whom our deputies helped collect unwanted medications Saturday for the DEA's National Take Back Day. People safely disposed of expired prescription drugs to ensure they not end up in the wrong hands.
On Saturday, Oct. 27, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. our deputies will assist in the DEA’s Take Back Day collecting unwanted or expired medication at the office of State Rep. Angel Cruz at 3503 N. B Street & 18th Street Apothecary at 113 S. 18th St. More info: