Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Comida Food Drive



The Houston Police Department, Houston Citizens' Police Academy Alumni Association, the Police and Clergy Alliance (PACA), Fiesta Mart, and the Pepsi Bottling Group will once again join together to sponsor the 31st annual "Comida" Drive.

To donate online, please go to THIS LINK   

Donations will be taken in person December 1 & 2 from Noon – 8pm, and December 3 & 4 from 9am – 5pm at the following Fiesta Stores:

1175 Edgebrook Drive
800 S. Wayside Dr.
4711 Airline Dr.
10401 Jensen Dr.
12201 East Freeway
9419 Mesa
8320 FM 1960
2323 Wirt Rd.
7510 Bellfort St.
5600 Mykawa Rd.
6200 Bellaire Blvd.
8130 Kirby Dr.
12355 Main St.
8710 Bellaire

The Comida/Food Drive began 31 years ago with an officer's concern for the less fortunate citizens of Houston.  That began what is today one of the largest food drives in the city of Houston.  During the first year, approximately 600 families received a box of non-perishable food.  Each box fed a family of four during the holiday. 

The food drive now provides food for more than 4,000 families in the city of Houston and last year raised more than $64,000 in donations.  All cash donations are used to purchase basic food staples packaged for distribution to families.

The distribution of the food will be held at a later date to churches that pre-registered to participate in the program.  For more information, contact the HPD Public Affairs Office at 713-308-3200.


Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Information Exchange

HPD held a recent Information Exchange at the Nha Toi Center. Citizens heard from members of Public Affairs about personal safety, Auto Theft Division about burglary of a motor vehicle prevention, the Family Violence Unit, and Crime Stoppers. 


Monday, November 7, 2016

Houston Country Club Place Civic Club 75th Anniversary


On Saturday, November 5, Acting Houston Police Chief Martha I. Montalvo, HPD Eastside Patrol Division Captain W. Dobbins and Houston City Council member Robert Gallegos joined residents of the Houston Country Club Place Civic Association to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Houston Country Club Place neighborhood.  Residents celebrated the neighborhood’s history and enjoyed food, music and games.  HPD Community Services officers were on hand to fingerprint kids and provide personal safety information as well.  


For more pictures from this event, please go to the HPD Flickr account AT THIS LINK.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

After Dark in the Clarke Halloween Event




Thank you to Channel 2 and Reporter Chip Brewster for this great story on our Halloween event in Southwest Houston.


4th annual After Dark in the Clarke