HCSO Community Engagement passing on information from the Harris County Public Health.
The mission of the Community Engagement Division is to connect and develop relationships with the pub
HCSO Community Engagement passing on information from the Harris County Public Health.
HCSO Community Engagement had a meeting with Sergeant Howard from the US Air Force.
This meeting is about working together to provide job opportunities to the citizens we encounter. We learned that the Air Force will help you become a citizen of the United States. Sergeant is in recruitment and has plans of bringing the other armed forces to the table to work together.
HCSO Community Engagement began our series of classes on Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) course. Today the class was provided to a community center in West Harris County. Even during todays storm these citizens showed up ready listen and learn. Our team has been trained and is ready to pass on our knowledge to the community. We understand that keeping our citizens educated will help in crime prevention.
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HCSO Community Engagement team was invited to the Houston Corvette fundraiser today! This car show was organized to raise money for the 100 Club of Houston. All classes of show cars came out on this beautiful day to show support. Thank You to Everyone that came out! This kids loved the HCSO SWAT BEAR!
Wishing you a Happy Lunar New Year 2023!
Harris County Sheriff’s Office Team From the Leadership Development Institute Class #3 giving back.
These men and women from all ranks and positions within the agency coming together.
Today they donated time to the Houston Food Bank.
This amazing group filled boxes with food products and stacked 18 pallets ready to be delivered.
This food will be provided to the senior citizens in Houston.
The Houston Food Bank is a well needed service and gives their all to the citizens of this great county. Don’t hesitate to donate your free time to those who need it.
The HCSO Community Engagement team even had a few team members helping out.
Texas State Trooper Tim Matthews recently competed in the Las Vegas International Powerlifting League-Olympia Pro Powerlifting meet.
He placed 2nd place in the men's Super-Heavy Weight Class with a Bench Press of 551.5. Any Questions?
HCSO Community Engagement was invited to attend Pasadena ISD to support the school dance program. The HCSO PAL team is working to build the PAL connections between agencies.
HCSO Community Engagement had a meeting this morning with the Chief of Staff, Media Department and the HCSO IT Systems Administrator. Working together to make the citizens of Harris County safer and more informed!
HCSO Community Engagement was asked to attend the St. Ignatius of Loyola School First Responders Week program. The asked Deputies to speak to the students about life in Law Enforcement. Deputies Rivers and Ta did an amazing job!
HCSO Community Engagement PAL along with The Houston Police Department PAL Team went to Bear Branch Elementary to speak to the student about problems kids have encountered inside and outside of school.
This is great to having both of these agencies working together in the community!
HCSO Community Engagement would like to thank the Sheriff’s Office Junior Mounted Posse for all they do. Keeping this tradition alive means So much to Houston.
HCSO Community Engagement attended a Town Hall meeting Thursday evening. Sergeant Williams was asked to be a panelist. The other panelists were well known Doctors in their field of medicine. Many topics were discussed and questions raised about public health.
Community Engagement will be working closely with Harris County Public Health this year.
This was an amazing evening and the audience appreciated the talk.
HCSO Community Engagement was invited to the Texas Technical Trade School Campus. Deputies of the HCSO PAL team were given a tour of the campus and introduced to some of the students. This school prepares youth to enter the job market with a skill and ability to get employment. Some teenagers don’t see college as a possibility but the need for skilled workers is great. The Community Engagement team hopes to start a partnership with this campus and provide the youth options. Great Job!
HCSO Community Engagement PAL Team along with the Houston Police Department PAL Team do amazing work within the communities we serve! Together we are stronger and can work in a more strategic way to engage the youth in Harris County. This collaboration between our agencies makes the work we do all that more important.
The HCSO Community Engagement team would like to thank Dr. Ana Yanez Correa for all of her support. The Office of Justice and Safety has been an advocate for our team and the safety of the public. The Harris County Sheriff’s Office bids you farewell and best of luck on your next assignment.
Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day!The HCSO Community Engagement team wanted to acknowledge and show a token of our gratitude to the men and woman at the HCSO!
With the help of our partner Servpro we were able to deliver Power Rings and snacks to the men and women that keep us safe. Our Deputies delivered boxes to each of our Five Districts, Communications Division and Detentions. It’s the least we can do for the Law Enforcemment of this Agency. We truly appreciate you!
HCSO Community Engagement In our continued efforts to combat Human Trafficking.
This morning we provided free fingerprinting at 3506 Hwy 6 S. Working with our partner Walmart who sponsored this event.
We took the fingerprints of over 233 people and passed out over 60 take home finger printing kits.
Today we were joined by our Human Trafficking Division, chaplains, CPA members, Reserve Division, Communication Division and Detention Division.
For months we have provided this service and today we set a new record.
Thank You to all that participated and a special thanks to Walmart.
HCSO Community Engagement UNIDOS in collaboration with .
The Rosca de Reyes event took place at the San Bartolomé Church in Katy, Tx, thank you very much Father Miguel Solorzano for inviting us and for all his blessings.
This was a wonderful evening with the community and partners.
Our Reserve Command is the largest in Texas, and each member volunteers their time to train and serve. With a combined 113 yrs of experience, Chiefs O’Brien, Schmidt, and Deputy Fairly continue to protect and serve our residents.
Our Reserve Command is made up of residents from diverse professions and backgrounds who give their time to make our community safer. To our volunteer reservists, thank you for contributing in every capacity within the Sheriff’s Office.
If you would like to join our agency please call 713-877-5250 or visit HCSOJobs.com.
Did you know? If you have an alarm system in unincorporated Harris County, an alarm permit is required, and it must be renewed annually. If your permit expires in January, remember to renew it!
Local Government Code 233 went into effect on September 1, 1991, requiring Alarm Permits in unincorporated Harris County for all Monitored Alarm Systems. This was done to reduce the number of False Alarm calls that take police, fire, and emergency personnel away from real emergencies. Unnecessary alarm responses can endanger responding authorities and your whole community.
Seniors 65 and over do not need to pay for the permit but must register the alarm system.
For more info, visit: https://www.hcsoalarmpermit.com/ or call 713-755–4600.
HCSO Community Engagement UNIDOS celebrating this day of Rosca de Reyes with our friends from the Consulate of Mexico. A thousand thanks to all the citizens who accompanied us to eat donut, drink chocolate, play and win many prizes, without a doubt this was a great event and super fun!
HCSO PAL Team working with the Youth and putting in the work in the ring.
HCSO Community Engagement PAL (Police Athletics Activities League) and the amazing work they are doing. Tonight the team has teamed up with our newest partner the CDM Boxing Gym.
This amazing group works with the youth to teach life skills with a whole lot of Boxing. Our team was able to provide snacks from another one of our partners. This is truly engaging the youth and working in positive measures to bridge the gap between the communities we serve.
Way to Go HCSO PAL Team.
HCSO Community Engagement Deputies Ta and Rivers engage the Vietnamese Community. This meeting was set to educate the community of the next Vietnamese Citizens Police Academy planning.
When asked who would attend the class every hand in the room was raised. The next CPA class is set to be the largest class yet to date.
We are excited and we hope the communities we serve are as well.
HCSO Community Engagement needs your help to Stop Human Trafficking. To get help or Report a Tip please Text 233733 or Call 1-888-373-7888.
HCSO Community Engagement was excited to be present today for the HCSO Jr. Mounted Posse members ceremonial signing and send-off, signaling the annual tradition of a pony express relay to deliver invitations to surrounding counties for the RODEOHOUSTON.
This begins the 73rd year for the HCSO Junior Mounted Posse and is the oldest in the state of Texas. These junior deputies practice horsemanship throughout the year, act as agency ambassadors, and celebrate our Western heritage.
It’s Rodeo Season Y’all and we appreciated the Posse continuing this heritage.
What a great group of kids to represent this Agency and honor the HCSO team.
HLSR is coming! Come cheer on our riders!
Columbus 9:30 am - Colorado County Courthouse
Weimar 11:30 am - Weimar City Hall
Halletsville 3:30 pm - Lavaca County Courthouse
Tomball 9:00 am - Tomball Train Depot
Magnolia 10:30 am - Magnolia City Hall
Navasota 4:00 pm - Grimes County Fairgrounds
Celebratory gunfire is dangerous and could lead to the loss of an innocent life. It can be classified as deadly conduct, an offense that can carry a punishment of up to a $4,000 fine or up to one year in prison. Please celebrate responsibly!
HCSO Community Engagement Highlights of the year 2022.
The community Engagement team has had an amazing year.
If you have followed our journey, you’ve seen the awesome things we have done.
We have met so many wonderful people and been able to engage the communities we serve.
This is just a few pictures from the past year and the hopes of a better 2023.
From our family to yours we pray for a Happy New Year and to have your continued support from the citizens we serve.
To all of our partners we can’t wait to get back to work and make the world a better place for all of our families.
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2023!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sergeant Williams who leads the HCSO Community Engagement team was honored at the Texas Bowl Wednesday Evening. Sergeant Williams was nominated by the SERVPRO Corporation and received the First Responder Award. What an HONOR for Sergeant Williams and the Harris County Sheriff’s Office to be recognized!
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Thank you to Don Antonio Arreguín of Guanajuato Supermarket for inviting us to their Annual Holiday Toy Distribution today! It was great spending time with our community friends! All kids received a toy and all attendees were able to enjoy free tamales along with some hot chocolate! A special shout-out to the Houston Astros for the replica rings we were able to pass out!
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