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On the Issues with Councilwoman Thelda Williams - Paint Phoenix Purple Campaign and Blockwatch Programs - October 20164051On the Issues with Councilwoman Thelda Williams - Paint Phoenix Purple Campaign and Blockwatch Programs - October 2016text/html; charset=utf-8 PHX11Videohttps://i.ytimg.com/vi/xhC0nzHbkcQ/hqdefault.jpgOn the Issues with Councilwoman Thelda Williams - Paint Phoenix Purple Campaign and Blockwatch Programs - October 20160360640<iframe src='https://www.youtube.com/embed/xhC0nzHbkcQ' width='640' height='360' frameborder='0'></iframe>https://i.ytimg.com/vi/xhC0nzHbkcQ/hqdefault.jpg360640Moises Gallegos;Thelda WilliamsOn this episode of “On the Issues,” Councilwoman Thelda Williams discusses the city’s Paint Phoenix Purple campaign to prevent domestic violence with Mo Gallegos, Director of the city of Phoenix Human Services Department. Phoenix is a leader in preventing and ending domestic violence and marks each October as Paint Phoenix Purple to increase awareness. In the second segment, Councilwoman Williams focuses on Blockwatch, G.A.I.N. (Getting Arizona Interested in Neighborhoods) night and the Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol program, a partnership with the Phoenix Police that certifies block watch groups through classes and training. She’s joined by Sgt. Scott Cain from the Phoenix Police Department and Frank Steinmetz, chair of the Cactus Wren Neighborhood Block Watch.