Sunday, July 31, 2016

HPD at The Lighthouse Church


Recently, Captain Greg Fremin, captain of the Northeast Patrol Division, and colleagues were invited by Pastor Keion Henderson of The Lighthouse Church to speak with the congregation about police and community relations. 

Pastor Keion Henderson is a CNN Heroes Award nominee, a top 250 leader recognized by the John Maxwell Leadership Institute and honoree for the Community Hero Award at the 2nd Annual Top 50 Black Professional and Entrepreneurs Awards.

You can visit The Lighthouse Church, they are located at 6650 Rankin Road, Humble, TX 77396 or visit their website .



Pictured: Pastor Keion Henderson (tan shirt) and Cpt. Greg Fremin


Friday, July 29, 2016

Cpt. Greg Fremin Freedom Award nominee

Recently, Captain Greg Fremin, captain at the Northeast Patrol Station, was nominated by several Houston Police Department officers for the 2016 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award. 

The annual Freedom Award is the “highest recognition given by the U.S. Government to its employers for their support of their employees who serve in the Guard and Reserve.” 

Captain Fremin was one of 2,434 nominees to be recognized for his 33 years of service with the Northeast Patrol Division and his work in the greater Houston community.




Thursday, July 28, 2016

HPD Officers Handing Out Snow Cones

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

July Positive Interaction Program Meeting



The July Positive Interaction Program (PIP) meeting was held  at the Houston Police Officers Union Hall. The meeting began with four speakers ranging on the topics of theft prevention in shopping center parking lots to the current crime rates in the City of Houston.

Sergeant Brian Harris of the HPD Homicide Division spoke about the procedures and dynamics of conducting an investigation. His points included what an homicide investigator does, how many investigators they have on their team, how every scene has a story to tell and how investigators try explain that story to the best of their ability. 

The Positive Interaction Program holds monthly meeting featuring speakers from different divisions explaining how their division operates. 
If you are interested in attending a PIP meeting, CLICK HERE for more information.
 




Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Monday, July 25, 2016

Go Team USA!

HPD on Eyes On Me Radio


Recently, Captain Greg Fremin, commander over the Northeast Patrol Division, joined the Eyes On Me Radio Show, a Christian hip-hop radio station spreading the gospel of Jesus to under-served and at-risk youth. The hour long segment included the founder of Eyes On Me Radio, Tre9, guest Bizzle, Pastor Johnny Gentry of the Free Indeed Church International and Captain Fremin. 

You can hear the segment at kpft.org, click ‘Listen Live’, ‘Archive’ and the segment is named ‘Damage Control.’
From L to R: Bizzle, Pastor John Gentry, Tre9, Captain Fremin





Thursday, July 21, 2016

Northeast Positive Interaction Program

What an honor it was to share with the Positive Interaction Program (PIP) of the Northeastern Division of HPD. We are standing together to ensure law endowment does its job in policing our neighborhoods. We are also saying that the power belongs to the people. #AChangeIsGoingToCome#DoSomething
(pictures courtesy of Pastor Keion Henderson)

Thank you!

Support for HPD!

Monday, July 18, 2016

Thank you, Denver Harbor!

Thank you to the citizens of Denver Harbor for their kind words. It's messages like this that remind us why we do this job and make us proud to serve the citizens of Houston. 

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Senior Safety Initiative in Denver Harbor

The Houston Police Department’s Community Services Unit held its second of four home security survey initiatives for elderly residents this week.  This initiative is aimed at providing a safe and secure home for residents who might need security upgrades at their houses.  

Senior citizens were encouraged to sign up for free home security surveys that will be provided at a later date by a certified HPD officer. Once the survey has been completed, many local businesses and organizations have donated products, cash and services for these upgrades. These security upgrades such as flood lights, deadbolts, and door and window alarms, will be installed, free of charge, at a later date.

The initiative is generously sponsored by: Allstate, African American Police Officer League, Chick Fil A, Crime Stoppers of Houston, Harris County Area on Aging, Harris County Precinct 7, Houston Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni, Houston Fire Department, Houston Health Department, Houston Ministers Against Crime, Houston Police Federal Credit Union, Houston Police Officer’s Union, Police and Clergy Alliance, The Home Depot, and Youth-Police Advisory Council.


The next event will be held at Acres Homes in October, 2016.





Thursday, July 7, 2016

Community Meeting with Pleasantville Civic Association

Recently, Acting Chief of Police Martha I. Montalvo, Assistant Chief Mary Lentschke, who is over the East Patrol Command, and Northeast Division Captain Greg Fremin, held a community dialogue with the residents in the Pleasantville Civic Association.

Community meetings are crucial to maintain and strengthen police/community relationships.