Friday, June 22, 2018
Houston public library Cuney Homes summer book reading fair and promoting HPD PAL program @houstonpolice @nationalpal pic.twitter.com/nN3E5MhEtq— GHPAL_Officer_Webb (@CWebb19504921) June 22, 2018
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Monday, June 18, 2018
Thursday, June 7, 2018
Class 04, Day 1: Eastside’s Fundamentals of Community Policing Training Program, discussing broken windows theory, improving quality of life for neighborhoods, and more. This group of probationary police officers are lateral, from nearby agencies. #HPD pic.twitter.com/olErRIsanh— Jason Cisneroz (@jasoncisneroz) June 4, 2018
Day 1 of Eastside’s Community Oriented Policing Training Program - using various strategies to work w/ community to enhance quality of life. This class includes new lateral officers from HISDPD, Freeport PD, & Galveston PD. #CommunityPolicing #Training @EBpolicing @CenterForPOP pic.twitter.com/uSQkXdd0dH— Jason Cisneroz (@jasoncisneroz) June 4, 2018
Day 2: Eastside’s Community Oriented Policing Training Program, focus on - what community engagement means to you? Officers must always remember that building strong relations w/ public is vital to cultivating teamwork and is a non-negotiable. #HPD #CommunityPolicing pic.twitter.com/mLE1k3TVg6— Jason Cisneroz (@jasoncisneroz) June 5, 2018
Day 2: Eastside’s Community Oriented Policing Training Program allows new officers to interact one on one w/ community leaders and staff at local city multi-service centers. #HPD #CommunityPolicing #Training @NeighborHOU pic.twitter.com/znxEuaXEqC— Jason Cisneroz (@jasoncisneroz) June 5, 2018
Day 2: Eastside’s Community Oriented Policing Training Program, new lateral officers playing loteria and a game of dominoes w/ senior citizens in East End of Houston. Positive interactions w/ community members must be a regular occurrence. #RelationalPolicing #HPD pic.twitter.com/XimE95oBgv— Jason Cisneroz (@jasoncisneroz) June 5, 2018
Day 3: Eastside’s Community Oriented Policing Training Program, class topics re: importance of social media and community outreach; as well as utilizing online tools in the field, like COH 3-1-1 app. Using innovative avenues to reach out to community is important. @Nextdoor #HPD pic.twitter.com/9FstfR47Ml— Jason Cisneroz (@jasoncisneroz) June 6, 2018
Day 3: Eastside’s Community Oriented Policing Training Program- from the neighborhoods of the east end to corporate offices of downtown, our PPOs are reminded that building relations w/ community is vital to keeping Houston safe! #HPD #CommunityPolicing #Training pic.twitter.com/xrlkT4bEi8— Jason Cisneroz (@jasoncisneroz) June 6, 2018
Wrapped up Day 3 of Eastside’s Community Oriented Policing Training Program w/ some positive interaction at KiPP. Meeting w/ the kiddos and talking about school, summer safety, and life goals is always a blast. #CommunityPolicing #Eastside #HPD @MichonMegan pic.twitter.com/lsgCeMmulq— Jason Cisneroz (@jasoncisneroz) June 7, 2018
Day 4: Eastside’s Community Oriented Policing Training Program includes visiting schools and working w/ school staff and students... to enhance the partnership in keeping our kiddos safe. #RelationalPolicing #HPD @MichonMegan @RAY7575 @squarerootof225 @DezavalaHisd pic.twitter.com/pM3JvFnYDZ— Jason Cisneroz (@jasoncisneroz) June 7, 2018
HPD Officer J. Cisneroz and the East End Community Service Unit spend time with summer school students @DezavalaHisd. #NeighborhoodOutreach @jasoncisneroz @houstonpolice @SSaenzPhillips @Drjlarredondo @TeamHISD @HISDEastArea q pic.twitter.com/RhI9v2IZQF— De Zavala Elementary (@DezavalaHisd) June 7, 2018
Good morning 🌞! Today we @houstonpolice 🚔 presenting on Summer Child Safety 👮♀️ 👮 over at St Nicholas! Let’s all encourage summer 📖 reading!#communitypolicing #relationalpolicing #hpd #summerreading #HPDpublicaffairs @summerlearning pic.twitter.com/2XeUh82Umk— OfficerVo (@OfficerVo) June 7, 2018
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Great time speaking to the Women in Transition group this evening with my coworkers including Captain @le_conn ... we spoke about women in policing. The questions were amazing and very engaging!! pic.twitter.com/1jDCgT1xCS— Angela Douglas (@adouglas_0298) June 5, 2018
Friday, June 1, 2018
Thank you to the Texas Brotherhood Ride for stopping at the HPD memorial and remembering our fallen Sgt. Steve Perez.
From their website: The Texas Brotherhood Ride consists of Firefighters, Police Officers and EMS personnel who ride bicycles to honor emergency responders who died in the line of duty. Our mission is to provide emotional and financial support to their families and co-workers.
Watch the live ceremony on the HPD Facebook page.
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Had a great time @ Garden Villas Elementary School yesterday. Speaking to kiddos about summer safety, school conduct & importance of academics, anti-bullying, and more. #HPD #CommunityPolicing @hisdpolice @RAY7575 @4671_584 pic.twitter.com/UbfULwb7NQ— Jason Cisneroz (@jasoncisneroz) May 30, 2018
Our second installment of "Feet on the Street" is now on the HPD YouTube channel AT THIS LINK. Officer Lahar talks with seniors about phone scams, identify theft, and on the full video on YouTube, skimmers.
Full video below:
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Thursday, May 24, 2018
Thanks again to @memorialhermann for allowing us to continue our Badges and Bears program! As always, we really enjoyed our time with all the children there! @houstonpolice #communityoutreach #communitypolicing #childrenshospital #kids #children #bravekids #hpd #publicaffairs pic.twitter.com/B6WhztFNy6— J. Lahar (@Mr_Officer713) May 24, 2018
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Thursday, May 10, 2018
#WHLI - session IV to discuss West Houston Quality of Life. Thank you Chris Englehart from @houstonpolice, Irma Sanchez from West Chase Management Distric and Josef Klam from Chapelwood United Methodist Church for an excellent dialogue. @JoniDGoodman @WHLeadership @gbolyharris pic.twitter.com/Jgbz3xZO7c— Sadia Nasir (@SadiaNasir6) May 10, 2018
Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Thank you to all who came to the North Belt Patrol's first Apartment Positive Interaction Program (PIP) Meeting today. NE Differential Response Team officers answered questions & concerns from residents. #relationalpolicing Find your divisional PIP here https://t.co/7npYMJsCs8 pic.twitter.com/WGGZthOKVP— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) May 8, 2018
HPD Mounted Patrol was proud to take part in the 2018 Texas Peace Officers Memorial Ceremony on Monday, May 7th at the State Capitol in Austin. We remember all the officers killed in the line of duty including HPD Sgt. Steve Perez, who was killed during Hurricane Harvey.
Monday, May 7, 2018
Friday, May 4, 2018
Thursday, May 3, 2018
Beautiful day to #exploreyourgreen @houstonpolice Clear Lake Division celebrated the Grand Opening of @XplorationGreen Phase I. We also managed to find some junior police recruits! #relationalpolicing pic.twitter.com/v0eeGdUnh0— Dana Hitzman (@Danahi176) April 28, 2018
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
@rundebbierun .. great picture. Thank you for sharing with us!! ~HPD ・・・
It’s been 20 days since I last ran so I was happy that I made it out to @bayarearunningclub’s social run at @explorationgreen Saturday morning. I walked 2 miles with a friend on the new path, then worked the @npsotclearlake plant sale. The weather was absolutely perfect, and the flowers are incredible! And I met some friendly officers from @houstonpolice! #teamtrot #springintotrot #nuunlife #runtheyear2018
HPD was honored to send a contingent of officers to fallen @roundrockpolice Officer Charles Whites, who succumbed to his injuries after being struck by a vehicle. EOW 4/27/18 ... R.I.P., sir. We got the watch.
Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Annnnnd they’re off, Chief @ArtAcevedo starts the runners participating in the Five-O 5K Run. Held at Stude Park, it benefits @SOTexas & honors law enforcement. Thanks to everyone for their support! pic.twitter.com/iBB8mDhvGq— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) April 29, 2018
Runners lining up to at Stude Park to support @SOTexas & law enforcement as part of the Five-O 5K. Run begins at 8 a.m., so there’s still time to come down and show your support! pic.twitter.com/poFCTlTo7A— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) April 29, 2018
This past weekend, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church held a Blue Mass as a thank you to Law Enforcement, Firefighters, First Responders and Public Safety Officers who work in the community. The HPD Honor Guard was present, as well as Law Enforcement static displays. Many thanks to the wonderful community we serve!
A contingent of our officers headed to Rockwell, TX early this morning to pay respects to fallen Dallas Police Department Officer Rogelio Santander. He was killed on April 24, 2018 when responding to a shoplifting call. RIP, sir. We got the watch.
Monday, April 30, 2018
I spoke to the students at T.H. Elementary with my partner Sgt. Marquez. I learned the sign for I love you! Thanks for being such great kids! #CommunityPolicing @houstonpolice #iloveyou @HoustonISD pic.twitter.com/MD21MmYC05— OfficerVo (@OfficerVo) April 30, 2018
Thursday, April 12, 2018
Today, cadet class 234 took part in the cultural diversity tour of Houston. This tour is part of the department’s long-standing commitment to community policing and is designed to expose police cadets to the variety of cultures found in the City of Houston.
During the all-day tour, cadets will meet with guides from the Acres Homes, Montrose, Meyerland, Westside, Southwest, and Eastside communities. At each stop, a guide will instruct cadets on the history, culture and socioeconomics of their specific community. In addition, the guide will explain how community members perceive the police. Following this 30 minute instruction and subsequent question and answer period, the guide will board the bus with cadets for a brief tour of the community.
Monday, April 9, 2018
Wednesday, April 4, 2018
Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Sunday, April 1, 2018
Friday, March 30, 2018
Pics from today's program at KIPP. I was able to speak to the young men about compliance, leadership, and surrounding themselves with the right people today with @THERAGOODDEEDS! Shout-out to @grindwithapurpose for allowing me to come speak to your boys today! @houstonpolice pic.twitter.com/L5H0qARAFI— J. Lahar (@Mr_Officer713) March 30, 2018
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Spent the morning interviewing @houstonpolice lake patrol officers for a story I’m working on — considering applying for the police force if it means a view like this. 😍 #HoustonStrong pic.twitter.com/2FpTSd7DYd— Kelli K. Smith (@KelliSmithNews) March 13, 2018
Thursday, March 8, 2018
Charley's parents sent these photos of him with Sgt. M. Donato of the Central Patrol Division. They said, "Thank you so much for being so kind to our son, Charley. You really went out of your way to put a smile on his face and we really appreciate it."
Thursday, March 1, 2018
I enjoyed talking to the toddlers at Early Head Start about Stranger Danger and Gun Safety today! @houstonpolice #communitypolicing #HPDPublicAffairs #relationalpolicing #publicaffairs #strangerdanger #GunSafetyNow #GunSafetyNow pic.twitter.com/IIbl9T2Z7U— J. Lahar (@Mr_Officer713) March 1, 2018
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Last day of @CrimeStopHOU 23rd Texas Annual Crimestoppers Conference. Meet Landon from Grand Prairie he is a future police officer and he's interested in joining! @houstonpolice pic.twitter.com/bsQw5Qjvbg— OfficerVo (@OfficerVo) February 28, 2018
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
We had a great time co-hosting a safety event along with @cmhouston at @looscan Elementary earlier this week. Our Mounted Patrol, K9, Traffic Enforcement, and Central Patrol officers presented information on crime awareness to hundreds of students and parents. #communitypolicing pic.twitter.com/QT7iok2cMr— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) January 26, 2018
23rd Annual Texas Crimestoppers Conference. Engaging with students from across Texas cities to remind you to "Choose Your Ride."— OfficerVo (@OfficerVo) February 27, 2018
Have a plan to get home safely if you're going to drink alcohol. Use a designated driver, or taxi/car ride service. @houstonpolice @HoustonTaxi pic.twitter.com/HwHnARLWDC
Monday, February 26, 2018
Had a blast speaking to @gabbymind and her students today. Productive dialogue w/ high schoolers about post-high school plans, police/ community relations, and active shooter awareness...even had a student who’s w/ @HPD_Explorers! #RelationalPolicing #CommunityPolicing #HPD pic.twitter.com/44jtrzKoEG— Jason Cisneroz (@jasoncisneroz) February 26, 2018
Shoutout to the @houstonpolice mounted patrol officers for making my morning a lot better than it started. Although, no words were exchanged. The very sight of these officers and their partners... was enough for me. pic.twitter.com/Xt1MvqEctD— Jeremey Williams (@Jermdizzle) February 26, 2018
Thursday, February 22, 2018
Pastor Ray Breeding, a member of the Police and Clergy Alliance (PACA), was out with members of the North Patrol Command distributing personal items to people in the Acres Homes Community.
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Monday, February 12, 2018
Friday, February 2, 2018
Chief @ArtAcevedo started his day motivating 8th graders @FortBendISD @BMS_longhorns1 during #career day. The Chief urged the 800 students to be committed to themselves, their education and to always be thoughtful to others. #relationalpolicing pic.twitter.com/qgOH7IXJr9— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) February 2, 2018
Thursday, February 1, 2018
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Extremely proud of Southeast & South Central Community Services and DRT supporting Worthing HS! Even if we were 3 weeks early and got an accidental invite last night for today! Good to know these ladies and gents will respond to the last minute call! CUN3 #RelationalPolicing pic.twitter.com/I8s74iwJX9— Sheryl Victorian (@sd_victorian) January 31, 2018
Friday, January 26, 2018
Officer Don Vo met with the Vietnamese Senior community today to talk about Crime Prevention, Jugging, and Personal Safety. To quote Officer Vo, "I love my senior citizens; they are so fun!"
Day 5: Eastside’s Fundamentals of Community Oriented Policing training...Officer Yanez speaks with PPOs about neighborhood gang and graffiti identification. Training new officers about crime trends and more. #HPD #CommunityPolicing #RelationalPolicing #Eastside pic.twitter.com/wFRjHzrqKi— Jason Cisneroz (@jasoncisneroz) January 26, 2018
Thursday, January 25, 2018
Thank you @houstonpolice for allowing our early childhood scholars to visit and learn about your mounted patrol today! @TeamHISD @erinehines @HISDFACE pic.twitter.com/y0cga4Tftw— Betsy Ross ES (@BetsyRossElem) January 25, 2018
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Friday, January 19, 2018
Texas Governor Greg Abbott declared January 2018 as Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Mayor Sylvester Turner announced a similar proclamation for the City of Houston. members of HPD Human Trafficking Unit were at City Hall to accept the proclamation. Pictured are Mayor Sylvester Turner, HPD Vice Division Captain Jim Dale, Assistant Chief Jim Jones, and members of The Landing and United Against Human Trafficking Partners, who represent and assist the victims of human trafficking.
Thursday, January 18, 2018
HPD Chief Art Acevedo and Executive Assistant Chiefs Matt Slinkard and Troy Finner directed traffic yesterday in Downtown Houston. It looks like we are finally thawing out. Great job by all of our officers and staff who worked diligently during the freezing temperatures.