Friday, December 21, 2018

Texas Bowl Bike Giveaway with HPD PAL

Thank you to the Texas Bowl and Academy for partnering with PAL Officers to give bicycles and helmets to 80 kids in the PAL program. The children also learned about bike safety before taking home their presents.  A special thanks to the Texas Bowl and Houston Texans Jon Weeks!

33rd Annual Comida/Food Drive

This is how 3500 boxes of food are created and distributed. We could not do this without the contributions of generous Houstonians. We also want to thank our partners Fiesta Mart and Pepsi.

Thank you to all who helped make the 33rd annual Comida/Food Drive an overwhelming success. #RelationalPolicing.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Blue Santa at Sherman Elementary

Officer Alejandro Maciel donated toys to the children at Sherman Elementary through the HPD Blue Santa Program. Officers donate the funds for the toys and identify the recipients through their work in the community.

The students at Sherman Elementary were all smiles when Blue Santa and his crew showed up to deliver the toys. We hope this brightens their holiday! #RelationalPolicing #HappyHolidays #MerryChristmas 

Donation by the HPCU

The Houston Police Credit Union donated more than $1600 to purchase blankets during our YPAC (Youth Police Advisory Council) 1st annual blanket drive. They presented YPAC members the blankets along with a check to help senior citizens in need this Christmas. 

Holidays at HPD

Friday, December 14, 2018

HPD "Car Guy"

Houston police 'car guy' fixing up vintage cruisers

Officer Jason Knox may be the one behind the wheel, but his Oilers-blue cruiser is the real celebrity. Selfies, thumbs up and lookie-loos greet the handy Houston police car aficionado everywhere he goes in the law enforcement version of the 1996 Chevrolet Caprice he patched up to patrol the streets of Space City just like they used to.

3rd Ward Community and South Central Patrol

Friday, November 30, 2018

No Shave November

We raised more than $56,000 for The Cure Starts Now and pediatric cancer research through the “Beard it Up” and “Color for the Cure” campaigns. The beards have to go tomorrow, but the support for research to cure cancer will continue. #RelationalPolicing

Day 1 of the Comida/Food Drive

Day 1 of the Comida/Food Drive is in the books. There is still plenty of time to come to one of the 14 area Fiesta Stores to donate. Or donate online by clicking HERE.

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

South Central Patrol Appreciation Potluck

South Central Patrol Division would like to express our gratitude for your consistency, commitment, and support of the Houston Police Departments efforts.

It is because of you, our community stakeholders, that we are successful and striving to further serve and protect you. We cannot be as successful as we are without your cooperation and willingness to enable and assist us on our path of providing a safe community.

The Potluck was a huge success with great food, fellowship, and family! We would like to extend our thanks to Mr. Bruce Bacon, who held the position on the Board as President, for being so faithful and committed to the position, but wanted to give someone else the opportunity to experience leadership over such an amazing group. With that being said, thank you to our newest President Mr. Kevin Campbell! We all know this program would not be successful without the backbone(s) our reigning Vice President and Secretary Joyce Drew and Kim Gibson. Thank you! Thank You! Thank You!

Thanksgiving at Central Patrol

On November 16th, the Central Patrol Station hosted a Thanksgiving Food Drive. Because of the support received from our local schools and businesses, we were able to positively impact the lives of 62 families by providing them with turkeys and other goods.

Moving forward, the feedback that was provided will help us continue grow and improve upon this event. Attached are a few photos from the Thanksgiving Food Drive. Enjoy!

Ultimately, none of this would be possible without the help and support of the following: Administration: Captain T. Guinn-Shaver, Lt. C. Davis, Lt. C. Southwell, Sgt. J. Roque, Sgt. C. Wall, Sgt. M Arroyo, and Sgt S. Pham Contributors: State Representative Jessica Farrar, Eddie Carranco & the North Central Civic Association, Doug Griffith with HPOU, Central Patrol, Avenue CDC, Greater Northside Management District, Jeanette R., and H-E-B.

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Thanksgiving Meal

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

KIPP Zenith Academy

Benavidez Elementary

The kiddos at Benavidez Elem. told us and showed us how much they "LOVED" the Police. There were Hugs for all of us. and even helped "Served" lunch.

HPD at Thompson Elementary

Officer Brown joined me at Thompson Elem. For our Turkey Day holiday festivities as we reinforced the values of gun safety and stranger danger. Fyi the school dance off was GRRRREAT !!! THE KIDS WERE AWESOME.

HPD at St. Anne's


Relational Policing at Thanksgiving

Sunday, November 11, 2018

Veteran's Day 2018

On this Veteran's Day, we honor all of our country's veterans including the many on our department. Thank you for your service. 

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

HPD at the MADD Walk

Halloween 2018

This Halloween, make sure our community kids are safe as they go Trick or Treating. Follow simple steps to make it a fun and Happy Halloween. 

See the extended version of this video on the HPD YouTube Channel

Monday, October 15, 2018


National Night Out 2018

First Responder Appreciation Breakfast

Thank you to the Village of River Oaks for inviting us to breakfast. Our officers had a great time talking with residents and enjoying a tasty breakfast. 

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Funeral for Nacogdoches Deputy


Our officers traveled to the funeral for fallen Nacogdoches County Sheriff's Deputy Raymond Bradley"Brad" Jimmers, who died in the line of duty on October 5th, 2018.

Bike Rodeo

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Relational Policing

Officers Bigger & Moran, assigned to Central Patrol, volunteered for a parade in the Heights. From a resident, “The officers could not have been sweeter to our kids. They showed them the patrol car and let them turn on the sirens and even posed for pictures.” 

National Night Out 2018


Thursday, September 20, 2018

HPD and the Houston Texans

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Police Activties League

Great meeting today with many of the GHPAL officers. We shared ideas on future events and on how to engage youth. 

National Night Out

Have you scheduled your National Night Out party? We have less than three weeks before this year's NNO. Make a plan to get together and meet your neighbors. Join us on Tuesday, October 2, 2018. Go to the HPD Website for more information.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018



The Houston Police Department is inviting Houston area high school students to apply for the 2018-2019 Youth Police Advisory Council (YPAC).

Students will address issues affecting youth and the community, participate in community service projects and attend youth leadership conferences throughout the state.  Additionally, the YPAC meets regularly with Chief of Police Art Acevedo and other top HPD officials.

YPAC members are required to meet five times during the school year at the HPD Edward A. Thomas Building at 1200 Travis in downtown Houston.

The deadline to apply is Monday, October 1, 2018. CLICK HERE to register

For more information, email or call 713-308-3200.

North Harris County Criminal Justice Association

Kingwood Patrol Division Captain Rose Terry joined local law enforcement partners and attended the monthly meeting of the North Harris County Criminal Justice Association. Congressman Ted Poe was the guest speaker. 

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

National Night Out 2018

For more information about National Night Out 2018, please call your area coordinator:

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Wednesday, August 22, 2018


Thank you, Mattress Mack!

Injured Houston police officer credits 'Mattress Mack' for helping his recovery

HOUSTON - Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale of Gallery Furniture knows a thing or two about recliners. He also knows how to help Houstonians. The latest is a Houston Police Officer injured in the line of duty. Officer Chayne Brothers is doing a lot better but it's been a tough road.

Monday, August 20, 2018

Great Community Involvement to Support an Officer in Need

Jerry Flores took care of the Astros. Now they're rallying around him.

The text messages, calls and get-well cards started arriving from all corners of Major League Baseball by early in the morning of April 13, less than 24 hours after beloved Houston police officer Jerry Flores suffered a devastating skull fracture in a fluke fall off the back of a golf cart.

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Northbest PIP


Southeast Community Comes Together to Help a Resident in Need

Officers from Southeast Patrol met Ms. Fields when she came into the Southeast Command Station with an issue. After helping her, Sgt. Cloud handed her his business card and invited her to community meetings.

She told him that her home was damaged during Hurricane Harvey and she was waiting on repairs. He offered to assist her if she ever needed anything. She called this week to tell him that she was able to get an air conditioner unit, but she did not have anyone to install it.  That is when Sgt. Cloud told her the community service officers would come out to help.  

Along with the help of carpenter Mr. Billy, the Southeast officers stepped in to help Ms. Fields get the air conditioning unit installed properly. Pictured are Ms. Fields, Mr. Billy, Officer Winn, Lt. Carey, and Sgt. Cloud. Great work by the community in Southeast Houston!