Great time today at the Houston Soccer Academy hosted by the Houston Dynamo!
Friday, June 29, 2018
Thursday, June 28, 2018
A great evening spent with some of the kids at Rockridge Bend Apts in Greenspoint. Building relationships and talking safety. #RelationshipPolicing #GHPAL @houstonpolice pic.twitter.com/Y9ro3Yx4yu— GHPAL Officer Bearden (@GhpalBearden) June 27, 2018
"Ice Cream with an Officer" hosted by Greater Northside District @GNMDistrict, Plaza Fiesta, @HoustonPolice, Mi Tienda, @RepWalle, Pastor David Smith, @Hcphtx @METROHouston.— Anna Núñez (@nunez_anna) June 27, 2018
Thank you for community policing, @ArtAcevedo @bumpers_v!#HouNews #GreaterNorthside #ShopLocalNorthside pic.twitter.com/Y9HKvk8TMY
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Monday, June 25, 2018
Thank You @CupOfCommotion for hosting this mornings “Coffee with a Cop” event!! If you’re in the Third Ward area, please stop by to say “Hello” and to have a cup of “Joe”!! Our South Central team would ❤️ to meet you!! pic.twitter.com/Ik0shiUfs2— Sheryl Victorian (@sd_victorian) June 25, 2018
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
Thursday, June 21, 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
How do HPD Greater Houston Police Activities League (PAL) officers get ready for summer? They play tennis!
The USTA Generation Tennis Coaches Workshop taught officers how encourage kids to play tennis and how to teach them tennis skills. Free summer youth tennis programs are available at 39 neighborhood parks in the Houston area. For more information, go to the Houston Youth Tennis Program website.
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
Officers from the Southwest Patrol Community Services Unit were at the Randall’s on Holcombe yesterday providing crime prevention information to the community. HPD has a great partnership with many of our community businesses and look forward to working with more in the future.
Look for the Southwest Community Service officers to be at the Kroger 10306 S Post Oak on June 7th, the Fiesta on 12355 Main on June 8th, and the Walmart at 9555 S. Post Oak on June 22nd. Come out and see us!
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.