Thursday, August 30, 2018
Tuesday, August 28, 2018
Special thanks to these officers for greeting our scholars and parents this morning! You rock! @houstonpolice @BetsyRossElem @tuwest #HISDWelcomeBack #MovingTheBetsyBus pic.twitter.com/NZ1HZ2aoe7— Robin Rayford (@ray4d_thebetsy) August 27, 2018
Friday, August 24, 2018
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Monday, August 20, 2018
Thursday, August 16, 2018
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!
Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Monday, August 13, 2018
Greater Vision Church Annual Back to school Fair in Jacinto City. Thank you Pastor Lee for the invitation. These kids are getting everything they need before going back to school 🍎 @houstonpolice #HFD #HPD #RelationalPolicing #BacktoschoolHouston pic.twitter.com/uFsLPSP3P1— JG Abad (@jg_abad) August 12, 2018
Friday, August 10, 2018
Majority of our schools will be opening back up for students in the next few weeks. Filled with new math problems and science fair projects. Parents make sure you speak with your children about gun and weapon safety. If they hear or suspect someone has a weapon, tell an adult. pic.twitter.com/7z2EaQPt8E— GH PALS - Officer Triplett (@GHPals_Ofc_trip) August 7, 2018
Yesterday was a huge success for over 400+ Elementary/Middle School students. The Central Achiever's Backpack and Supply Drive would have not been possible without the support of the community! Special Thanks To: Central Patrol (Captain Guinn-Shaver, Lt. Davis, Sgt. Roque, Sgt. Wall, Sgt. Gonzales), Pepsi Co, Staples Inc., Sally M., Christ the King Church, Boys & Girls Club (Havard Club), Houston Texans Teen Club, Montie Beach Civic Organization, and HPOU. For all those who contributed and wished to be anonymous...Thank You! Finally, to the many volunteers and residents who sacrificed your resources, time, or both...Thank You!