Dr. Andre H. Humphrey, ​Commander

A Partnership Between The Baltimore Police Department and Communities in Baltimore City


Apostle Clarence Hooper, Deputy Chief

Apostle Clarence M. Hooper, Sr., son of Willie Mae Hooper, was raise in Baltimore, Maryland.  The youngest of five children, two brothers Robert J. Holmes and William T. Hooper, and two sisters, L’Tanya P. Graham of Hampton, VA and Deborah R. Crockett also from Baltimore.  He received his education in Baltimore, Maryland.  At a young age he accepted the highest calling from the Lord, to preach the Gospel at New Pilgrim Baptist Church under the leadership of Jessie R. Hosley.  Under the direction of the Holy Spirit, he was led to start the soup kitchen for the homeless and he also taught a youth class in Sunday School.  He later joined The Association Ministers Fellowship under the leadership of Avery Penn and Franklin Blackmon.  He received his Ordination at the Little Macedonia Baptist Church.

Apostle Hooper joined the United States Army where he served his country for 15 years.  He was in basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina when the Lord brought him together with Col. Bell who was instrumental in helping him along on his spiritual journey.  When Apostle Hooper arrived at Camp Casey Korea, he took over Camp Hovey, which had a church of 15 members.  In time the church grew to 75 members.  After pastoring in Korea for two and a half years, the Holy Spirit let him to create the first new convert class, baptismal class and new discipleship class.  Later the Lord gave him the name for the church; Holy Ghost Deliverance Tabernacle Church. Be ye Holy, for I am Holy. Deliverance; we come to God’s house to be delivered.  Tabernacle; our body is the Tabernacle of Christ.”

After leaving the military, Apostle Hooper attended the Baltimore School of the Bible for two years.  Apostle Hooper has a passion for Homeless Ministry which consists of feeding, clothing and preaching the Gospel.  Presently, Apostle Clarence M. Hooper, Sr. is a Captain on the Trauma Response Unit under the visionary leadership of Dr. Andre Hooper, as his second in command, responding to all crimes going on in the City of Baltimore.

Apostle Hooperis the Apostle of Agape Love Fellowship of Cambridge, Maryland.  He also has various other churches under his spiritual leadership and guidance.

Apostle Hooper’s motto is: “If I can help someone along the way, my work shall not be in vain.”

The Baltimore Trauma Response Team

Art Chambers, Certified Trauma Specialist

Certified in August 2015 as a Trauma Specialist.  Current Baltimore City Trauma Response Team Board member and Parliamentarian.  Member of the East Baltimore Drug Free Community Coalition.  Service Connected Veteran and Life member of the V.F.W.  Chairman of the Parents And Community Advisory Council.  A Community Activist in the Oliver Community.

Pastor Humphrey is the son of Lawrence and Edith Humphrey.  He united with Antioch Memorial Baptist Church on October 21, 2984, as a candidate for water baptism.  After being baptized, Rev. Humphrey became a very active member of the church, where he served as a member of the Senior Choir, Male Chorus, and also the Trustee Board.  On May 22, 1987 Rev. Humphrey was ordained to the work of Deaconship under the pastorate of Rev. E. Tim Wright of Antioch Memorial Baptist Church.  Soon after in 1998, Rev. Humphrey became an Ordained Minister.   He is married to the former Yolanda Harris and the father of two (2) children, his son, Andre, Jr. who is deceased and his daughter, Keta Humphrey.  He has one grandson.   

In July 1999, Rev. Humphrey began to fellowship with Fountain Baptist Church under the pastorate of Rev. Herman A. Ford, and was later offered and accepted the position of Assistant to the Pastor.  He was appointed to the position of Director of Prison Ministry and also voted to fill the position of Spiritual Advisor for the Senior Missionnary Board, while at the same time rendering his time and service to the Willing Workers. 

For the past 23 years, Rev. Hmphrey has been in the Building and Real Estate profession.  His hobby and craftsmanship is remodeling and renovating old homes throughout the city.  After the death of his son, a United States Marine who was soon to be stationed for a White House Commission, Rev. Humphrey developed a special concern and commitment for our youth.  He is the President and CEO of Reaching the Unreachable Outreach Ministry.  He has also worked in the capacity of Director of the Mentoring Program at the Charles Hickey School.  He also heads the Prison Ministry for the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services at the Maryland Reception Diagnostic and Classification Center. 


Rev. Humphrey is a graduate of the United Baptist College and Seminary, where he received his bachelor’s degree in Theology. He is an honor roll graduate of D.V.S.T. School of Trade and a graduate of Johns Hopkins University School of Professional Studies in Business and Education. He holds a Master’s Degree in Religious Education, along with a Master's Degree in Divinity, as well as a Doctor of Divinity obtaining both from Maryland Eastern Theological Seminary. In September 2008, he answered the call to become Pastor of The Greater Bethesda Missionary Baptist Church.Humphrey has run the Baltimore Trauma Response Team (BTRT), a non-profit organization that works to bring comfort and mental health help to those who have been traumatized by shootings and other violence in Baltimore, since 2009.

Linda Diane Clark, Chief Operating Officer

 is an accomplished, seasoned Administrative Assistant with over 20 years in the field.  She has extensive experience with all administrative tasks, including but limited to scheduling, correspondence, supervising others, formatting documents and has excellent customer service skills. Linda has held positions in federal and state agencies and in the legal and business fields. In addition to her duties as an Administrative Assistant, Linda has an extensive background in community activities. She has served as Secretary of the Mark of Excellence Christian Academy, Member of the Finance Group, Madonna Catholic School, and President of the Madonna Catholic School Board. Linda was the first woman and the first African American to serve in this capacity. She was a member of the Parent Federation Advisory Committee to the Maryland Catholic Conference. Linda recently served as Treasurer of the Madison Park Improvement Association from 2012- 2016.

She is an active member of the Prince Hall Masonic Fraternity. Linda has been a member of Myra Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star for over 20 years, serving on many committees and in leadership capacities.

Linda offers a history of successful leadership in all aspects office management and operations. She is at home in her current position as Administrative Assistant to the Chairperson of the Accounting and Finance Department, Earl Graves School of Business and Management, Morgan State University located in Baltimore, MD.