Chief @ArtAcevedo, HPD commanders & officers acknowledge cheers of thousands gathered @PrideHouston Parade downtown.#relationalpolicing pic.twitter.com/FvtdtHLkGe— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) June 25, 2017
Monday, June 26, 2017
Officer J. Lahar and J. Williams of the Houston Police Department visited the North Belt Child Development Center today. During their visit they spoke to 65 children about what it takes to be a Police Officer! They also covered gun safety, pool safety, and stranger danger before taking the kids outside to learn about the different ways they use a police car.
Friday, June 23, 2017
"Dear HPD Team,
Thank you very much for going out of your way to make our ‘Be A Hero’ event memorable and successful. Our Church Members and our Kids enjoyed their time to interact with our Everyday Heroes and to hear their stories first-hand. We look up to our HPD Officers who go out of their way to keep our communities safe for all our citizens.
A special thank you to Officer D. Silva, Officer A. Vaughn, Officer J. Saloana, Officer V. Smith, Officer L. Avila for coming out to our church. They answered all the questions our kids had and showed their HPD units. The kids had a blast!! They also participated in our BloodDrive and donated blood. Y’all are great role models for all of us. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Thank you for everything you do for us. Be safe!!"
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Monday, June 19, 2017
#neverforget HPD officers stand in as Cynthia Martin's, daughter of Officer Richard Martin EOW 5/18/15, something blue @ her wedding today pic.twitter.com/HdgaP0MyLo— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) June 17, 2017
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
HPD Assistant Chief Wendy Baimbridge and Westside Patrol Captain Faulhaber heard concerns from local business owners and addressed any issues.
This is a great example of what Chief Acevedo calls a "force multiplier," in this case, the business owners, working with us to make our communities safer.
Yesterday, HPD Chief Art Acevedo and Executive Assistant Chief Troy Finner held a “Meet and Greet” with members of The Teen and Police Service Academy (T.A.P.S.) at HPD Headquarters. T.A.P.S. creates partnerships with at-risk teens and police addressing some of the most pressing conditions in the community. The chiefs shared a positive message about leadership with the students.
CLICK HERE to find out more about T.A.P.S.
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
From Eastside Station Officer Jason Cisneroz:
"Community meeting + awesome community members + pupusas= a productive dialogue!
Another great meeting in the East End, talking about ways to improve the quality of life for our community."