Ted Heap, Harris County Constable Precinct 5

Ted Heap, Harris County Constable Precinct 5 Harris County Constable's Office Precinct 5
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Our Purpose:

By state statute, deputies employed by the Office of Ted Heap, Harris County Precinct Five Constable, serve as licensed peace officers and perform various law enforcement functions including issuing traffic citations, responding to calls for service, investigating crimes, serving warrants and civil papers and acting as bailiffs for Justice of the Peace Courts. Our Mission:

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r to preserve our future and keep our communities safe, we will uphold the constitution of the United States, preserve the peace, enforce the laws of the State of Texas by working cooperatively with the public and always serve with honor and integrity. Values:

“Always Honor, Integrity, Service”

Honor: We live by our oath of office; we recognize the dignity of every person we encounter. Integrity: We are honest and ethical in all of our actions. Service: We serve the public; we serve each other; we are servant leaders. Vision:

The Harris County Precinct Five Constable’s Office is dedicated to being the
most proficient, professional constable department in the state, recognized for its
excellence in service. Social Media Policy: Profanity, threats and abusive and derogatory remarks may be removed from the department's social media platforms.

Behind-The-Teens LookAt our Teen Police Academy at Guthrie Center this week, the students learned about what deputies go...
12/06/2023

Behind-The-Teens Look

At our Teen Police Academy at Guthrie Center this week, the students learned about what deputies go through when making a traffic stop. The kids were able to participate in real-life scenarios and then discuss what happened.

These scenarios are drawn from actual experiences on patrol that we use for training our own deputies, both new and experienced. They never know exactly what to expect, just as it is on the streets. As with our deputies, safety is priority #1 for everyone involved.

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Safety And Self-DefensePrecinct 5 Lt. Roy Guinn enjoyed meeting with the men and women at Sulzer GTC today.  He spoke wi...
12/05/2023

Safety And Self-Defense

Precinct 5 Lt. Roy Guinn enjoyed meeting with the men and women at Sulzer GTC today. He spoke with them about how they can protect their safety when out and about, and, if attacked, what self-defense strategies they can use to protect themselves and their loved ones. We hope they'll never need these tools but it's best to be prepared just in case.

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Long-Lasting LegacyPrecinct 5 sends a big thank you to Scott and Vera Briggs, who delivered dozens of stuffed animals to...
12/04/2023

Long-Lasting Legacy

Precinct 5 sends a big thank you to Scott and Vera Briggs, who delivered dozens of stuffed animals to our Victims Assistance Office today. These stuffed animals were collected at the recent Burning Flower Lacrosse Tournament, hosted by Iron Maidens Girls Lacrosse, Cypress, TX in Hockley. The stuffed animals will be carried by our deputies for children who are exposed to trauma and violent crimes.

This stuffed animal drive was born from the compassionate and caring heart of Julia Briggs, a 13-year-old member of the Iron Maidens Lacrosse team. Julia was lost to a rare and aggressive form of cancer but her legacy lives on through this event and the many children she has given comfort to through her vision.

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How To Respond To An Active ShooterActive shooter events have become all too common these days.  What would you do if yo...
12/04/2023

How To Respond To An Active Shooter

Active shooter events have become all too common these days. What would you do if you found yourself in such an unpredictable and chaotic situation? What should you do to protect yourself and your loved ones?

For years, Constable Ted Heap's deputies have been training businesses, churches and schools how to protect themselves and survive an active shooter event. Now you can get that same training too.

We will be hosting our next free active shooter response class on the evening of Tuesday, Dec. 5, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Weekley Community Center, 8440 Greenhouse Rd.

Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events class
December 5, 2023
6:30-8 p.m.
Weekley Community Center, 8440 Greenhouse Rd.

This class is brought to you by the Precinct 5 Constable's Office and is free of charge.

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Tree Tips‘Tis the season for decorating your Christmas tree.  Constable Ted Heap reminds you to keep safety in mind as y...
12/02/2023

Tree Tips

‘Tis the season for decorating your Christmas tree. Constable Ted Heap reminds you to keep safety in mind as you’re enjoying the holidays, especially with live Christmas trees. They can pose a serious fire risk if you don’t take the proper safety precautions.

Here are some basic tree decoration safety tips to make sure your home is safe this Christmas season:

o Do not purchase a tree that is dry or dropping needles. Check for fresh, green needles and a sticky trunk.
o Place your tree in a sturdy tree stand designed not to tip over. Check the tree daily to make sure it has water in its stand. Dry trees are highly flammable.
o Make sure the tree is at least three feet away from any heat source such as fireplaces and radiators. One in four tree fires are started when a tree is too close to a heat source.
o Place the tree near an electrical outlet, so that cords are not running long distances.
o Always use lights that are Underwriters Laboratories (UL) approved. Some lights are designed only for indoor or outdoor use, but not both. Larger tree lights should also have some type of reflector rather than a bare bulb.
o Follow the manufacturer’s instructions on how to use tree lights. Do not use strings of lights with worn, frayed or broken cords or loose bulb connections. One in three tree fires are due to electrical failures.
o Test your smoke alarms. Make sure you have a fire extinguisher available and that everyone in the house knows how to use it.
o Connect no more than three strands of push-in bulbs and a maximum of 50 screw-in bulbs.
o Always unplug Christmas tree lights before leaving home or going to bed.
o Bring outdoor electrical lights inside after the holidays to prevent hazards.
o Never use lit candles to decorate a tree, and make sure any lit candles in the room are placed well away from tree branches and flammable items.
o Children are fascinated by Christmas trees. Keep a watchful eye on them when around the tree, and do not let them play with the wiring or lights. Keep all matches and lighters up high and out of reach.
o Safely dispose of the tree when it begins dropping needles. Do not leave dry trees in a house or garage or placed against the house.

Precinct 5 wishes you a happy and safe Christmas!

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12/01/2023

United We Stand

The Precinct 5 Constable's Office is a melting pot of deputies from many different backgrounds, just like the families and neighborhoods we serve and protect. Deputy Danial Uddin, for example, is from Pakistan and patrols one of our neighborhoods in West Harris County.

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Protecting Little OnesPrecinct 5 deputies joined Constable Ted Heap's Victims Assistance Unit and our friends at the The...
12/01/2023

Protecting Little Ones

Precinct 5 deputies joined Constable Ted Heap's Victims Assistance Unit and our friends at the The Children's Assessment Center - Houston-Harris County recently as they unveiled their amazing new mural, painted by local artist Justin Garcia.

The 'Protect' mural is a fitting reminder of the dedication the CAC has to protecting children throughout our community. Justin Garcia Art received the CAC's Cherish the Child award for his support.

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Welcome AboardPlease join Constable Ted Heap in congratulating Deputy Alexander Rhodes, who was officially sworn in this...
11/30/2023

Welcome Aboard

Please join Constable Ted Heap in congratulating Deputy Alexander Rhodes, who was officially sworn in this morning at our Precinct 5 headquarters. With close family and friends watching on, Deputy Rhodes took his oaths and had his badge pinned on for the first time.

Deputy Rhodes will enter training immediately and will spend several weeks learning the ropes alongside a veteran field training officer. Once that's complete, he will be assigned to either our Patrol, Toll Road or Parks Division.

Precinct 5 is looking for a few good men and women to join our ranks. If you're interested in a career helping other people through being a deputy in our department, find out about the salary and outstanding benefits here: https://constablepct5.com/index.php/recruiting/

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11/29/2023

WANTED WEDNESDAY: Sisters In Fraud

Constable Ted Heap is asking for your help identifying two suspects wanted for using stolen credit cards and checks to commit fraud.

The victim's car was broken into on October 14th while in a parking lot in the 17300 block of Westheimer Parkway. Two credit cards and a wallet were among the items stolen from inside.

Later that afternoon, a suspect attempted to use both stolen credit cards to purchase more than $1,000 in gift cards and other items at a nearby grocery store. Both cards were declined and the suspect left empty-handed.

Three days later, a different suspect went to the victim's bank and cashed several fraudulent checks made out in the victim's name for more than ten thousand dollars.

Surveillance cameras captured images of both suspects. The first is described as a Black female with long, dark, red-tinted braids. She is wearing a blue shirt, blue jeans, black flats, sunglasses and a mask. The second suspect is a skinny, white or Hispanic female with long black hair wearing a white crop top, light grey leggings, white sneakers and carrying a small black purse.

If you recognize these suspects or have any information that may help with the investigation of this crime, please contact Pct. 5 Investigator Kayla Fesperman ([email protected]) or let us know through our online crime tips webpage: https://constablepct5.com/index.php/online-crime-tips/

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11/28/2023

Teaming Up to Protect Women

Precinct 5's Victims Assistance Unit is proud to join our friends at the Mexican Consulate of Houston in participating in 16 Days of Activism, a global campaign calling for the prevention and elimination of violence against women and girls.

Globally, an estimated 736 million women — almost one in three — have been subjected to physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence, non-partner sexual violence, or both, at least once in their life.

Constable Ted Heap and his deputies are committed to helping those who are victims of domestic abuse and holding those responsible for these crimes accountable.

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Special VisitWe had a great time giving a tour of our Precinct 5 Command Station to our friends from The Arc of Katy tod...
11/27/2023

Special Visit

We had a great time giving a tour of our Precinct 5 Command Station to our friends from The Arc of Katy today. These young men and women with intellectual and developmental disabilities have been friends of ours for many years and it was great to have them back for another visit.

We showed them all around our headquarters and let them check out our high water rescue truck and our seized street racer. They asked lots of great questions along the way and we enjoyed answering every one!

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Harder Than It LooksAt this morning's Teen Police Academy at Spring Branch's Guthrie Center, Precinct 5 Deputy Andy Hern...
11/27/2023

Harder Than It Looks

At this morning's Teen Police Academy at Spring Branch's Guthrie Center, Precinct 5 Deputy Andy Hernandez talked to the students about the challenges of making an arrest, especially when the suspect is resisting. Then they got to test their skills on our deputy. Even a half dozen students working together found it impossible to handcuff Deputy Hernandez without his cooperation.

The Teen Police Academy gives these young men and women a behind-the-badge look at the challenges of being a deputy these days. We enjoy spending time with multiple classes and look forward to our visits every week.

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11/24/2023

Shopping Safely

'Tis the season to be shopping for the holidays. Constable Ted Heap reminds you to take steps to protect yourself and your belongings when coming and going from your favorite stores.

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Thanksgiving TreatWe hope you and those close to you had a great Thanksgiving Day.  Our Precinct 5 Parks Division deputi...
11/24/2023

Thanksgiving Treat

We hope you and those close to you had a great Thanksgiving Day. Our Precinct 5 Parks Division deputies managed to share a Thanksgiving meal together before heading out to patrol our parks and streets over the holiday. We're thankful for the opportunity to watch over this wonderful precinct and we wish for all of you have a happy holiday weekend as well!

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Happy ThanksgivingWe all have people and things in our lives to be thankful for and today is a great day to take time ou...
11/23/2023

Happy Thanksgiving

We all have people and things in our lives to be thankful for and today is a great day to take time out to remember and recognize each of them.

Here at Precinct 5, we are thankful for the support of the neighborhoods and communities in which we serve. Our service is a partnership and we are grateful to have such wonderful partners in this 24/7, 365-day-a-year adventure.

From our family to yours, Constable Ted Heap wishes you happy and safe Thanksgiving!

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11/22/2023

Before You Celebrate Thanksgiving

Precinct 5 reminds you to add a sober designated driver to your Thanksgiving Eve agenda. It’s not an indulgence — it’s a necessity. is drunk driving.

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Not What They Meant By Drive ThruPrecinct 5 deputies recently arrested two men who crashed into a Northwest Houston fast...
11/21/2023

Not What They Meant By Drive Thru

Precinct 5 deputies recently arrested two men who crashed into a Northwest Houston fast food restaurant after an 8-mile police chase.

The chase began on the evening of November 18 in the 4300 block of the West Sam Houston Parkway. A deputy attempted to pull over the driver of a 2009 Nissan Maxima for an invalid temporary license plate, but the suspects refused to pull over.

The chase continued at high speeds for 8 miles before the suspects attempted to cut through a parking lot at West Rd. and the Sam Houston Parkway, lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a KFC restaurant. Fortunately, nobody was hurt as the car drove into the window before coming to a stop inside the dining area.

Both the driver and one passenger fled the scene on foot. The passenger was arrested nearby. A Precinct 4 K9 deputy assisted with the search and located the driver hiding in a nearby apartment complex.

Angel Gabriel Vallejo Castillo, 17, and Gus Albert Villarreal, 17, were charged with evading arrest. Further charges may be pending after tests are completed on drugs found inside their vehicle.

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Career DayPrecinct 5 Deputy Andy Hernandez joined the third, fourth and fifth graders at Collins Elementary School in So...
11/20/2023

Career Day

Precinct 5 Deputy Andy Hernandez joined the third, fourth and fifth graders at Collins Elementary School in Southwest Houston last week to be part of their Career Day. Deputy Hernandez talked to the kids about what it means to be a first responder and to help others for a living.

The boys and girls enjoyed checking out our high water rescue truck and they asked lots of great questions about being a deputy. Thanks for having us Collins Elementary!

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Dog DaysConstable Ted Heap's K9 deputies joined our Teen Police Academy at Spring Branch ISD's Guthrie Center this week,...
11/18/2023

Dog Days

Constable Ted Heap's K9 deputies joined our Teen Police Academy at Spring Branch ISD's Guthrie Center this week, putting on a demonstration on how they help our deputies keep our streets clean of drugs and dangerous criminals. These K9s and their handlers are valuable members of our department as they protect our deputies in dangerous situations. The kids got to see our dogs in action up-close and they had a lot of great questions about the job they do on patrol.

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Precinct 5 Deputy Breyona Harrison lost her sister and three of her nieces and nephews in a head-on car accident in Livi...
11/17/2023

Precinct 5 Deputy Breyona Harrison lost her sister and three of her nieces and nephews in a head-on car accident in Livingston last week. Shemikia Brown's family has started a gofundme page to help cover funeral costs and medical expenses in the aftermath of this family tragedy.

Deputy Harrison's five-year-old niece, Aubree, survived the accident but is in intensive care. Please join Precinct 5 in supporting our deputy's family in this difficult time.

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Our beloved sister, nieces and nephews were recently involved in a fatal car accident on … Kedrick Harrison needs your support for Shemikia Brown and family.

Breakfast BuddyThank you to Trudy King from the Katy Christian Chamber of Commerce for spreading kindness to our Precinc...
11/17/2023

Breakfast Buddy

Thank you to Trudy King from the Katy Christian Chamber of Commerce for spreading kindness to our Precinct 5 deputies this week! Your thoughtful gesture of bringing breakfast truly made our day. Thank you for supporting our local law enforcement and showing appreciation for their hard work!

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Pajama PartyToday is the day for Precinct 5's Victims Assistance Unit to distribute hundreds of pajamas donated during o...
11/16/2023

Pajama Party

Today is the day for Precinct 5's Victims Assistance Unit to distribute hundreds of pajamas donated during our PJ drive during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Katy Christian Ministries/KCM, Fort Bend Women's Center, Clothed by Faith, The Children's Assessment Center - Houston-Harris County, Montgomery County Women's Center, Northwest Assistance Ministries, and Methodist Hospital Forensic Nursing Services are among the agencies which will provide these pajamas to women and children who are escaping abusive situations.

Thank you also to all who donated new pajamas for these women in need, including Willowfork Fire Department/Fort Bend County ESD 2, Harris County ESD 48 Fire Department. Office of Commissioner Lesley Briones, Precinct 4 and the Precinct 5 Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association.

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11/15/2023

WANTED WEDNESDAY: Disabled Permit Counterfeiters

Deputies from Constable Ted Heap's Strategic Response Unit arrested two women today on charges of possessing fraudulent disabled parking placards and trying to sell them via social media.

Twyla Rose Daily, 34, and Cristina D. Hernandez, 33, were arrested without incident in the 19900 block of the Katy Freeway this morning. The two suspects had a number of fraudulent disabled parking placards in their possession.

Disabled parking placards are only available in Harris County as prescribed by a physician. Applicants must fill out required DMV paperwork and submit it for approval through the Harris County Tax Office.

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Four-Legged FriendConstable Ted Heap's deputies had the pleasure of meeting Anna Grace Laviola and her service dog, Wins...
11/15/2023

Four-Legged Friend

Constable Ted Heap's deputies had the pleasure of meeting Anna Grace Laviola and her service dog, Winston, at this week's Young Life meeting at CrossRoad Church. Anna Grace is an active member of the Katy Wolfpack, the same group of Special Olympians that Constable Heap has volunteered as a coach for years. We're glad to know you and very impressed with Winston too!

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Arctic ToughDeputy Robert Ghanem and his K9 Deputy Ivar helped track down a wanted suspect who was spotted driving a sto...
11/13/2023

Arctic Tough

Deputy Robert Ghanem and his K9 Deputy Ivar helped track down a wanted suspect who was spotted driving a stolen vehicle before fleeing on foot in a Northwest Houston neighborhood this weekend. K9 Ivar tracked the suspect's scent and located him hiding in a backyard shed in the 10000 block of Noisy Waters Dr.

After the suspect was in custody and everyone was confirmed safe, a neighbor and combat veteran located Deputy Ghanem to thank him for locating the suspect. The soldier, on Veteran's Day, presented Deputy Ghanem with a patch from the Army's 11th Airborne Division, the 'Arctic Angels.'

Luis Angel Castro, 18, was arrested and charged with evading arrest. At the time of his arrest, Castro was out on a deferred adjudication sentence for another evading arrest case earlier this year in Judge Tonya Jones' Criminal Court at Law No. 15.

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Veterans DayOne of Precinct 5's biggest supporters, Suzanne Trapani, presented these beautiful handmade blankets to two ...
11/11/2023

Veterans Day

One of Precinct 5's biggest supporters, Suzanne Trapani, presented these beautiful handmade blankets to two of our deputies this week, in honor of Veterans Day. Investigator Kayla Fesperman and Deputy Frederick Williams II are both Navy veterans. Suzanne served in the Air Force before moving to Houston.

Constable Ted Heap and his deputies salute all of those who've served in our military, protecting our freedoms. Thank you for your service!

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11/10/2023

Wanted Suspect Arrested

Deputies from Constable Ted Heap's Strategic Response Unit arrested a man wanted on five felony warrants this morning. Calvin David Moehle, 42, was arrested without incident and taken to the Harris County Jail. He was wanted on multiple counts of assault as well as felony charges of aggravated assault and violating a protective order.

Another person, Tommie Brooks, was also taken into custody at the scene of today's arrest. Brooks had four active warrants for her arrest.

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Graduation DayConstable Ted Heap's 16th Citizens Police Academy celebrated its graduation last night.  These men and wom...
11/10/2023

Graduation Day

Constable Ted Heap's 16th Citizens Police Academy celebrated its graduation last night. These men and women joined us on a weekly basis for the better part of three months, learning all the ins and outs of how our deputies are trained to protect the families and neighborhoods of Precinct 5.

As part of this 11-week program, they learned about the mechanics of making an arrest, testing impaired drivers and even driving a real patrol car on an emergency vehicle operation course. They took part in real-life scenarios and tested their aim with real police fi****ms at Boyert Shooting Center .

Along the way, we got to know them and they got to know us a little better. We were proud to celebrate their journey at last night's ceremony. Thank you to CrossRoad Church for hosting this event. And special thanks to our CPA Alumni for helping making it a great night for everyone on hand!

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Now Hiring: 9-1-1 DispatchersPrecinct 5 is looking for a few good 9-1-1 dispatchers-- people who keep their cool in time...
11/09/2023

Now Hiring: 9-1-1 Dispatchers

Precinct 5 is looking for a few good 9-1-1 dispatchers-- people who keep their cool in times of crisis and are interested in protecting and serving others.

Join one of the biggest precincts in the country, one that values honor, integrity and service. Entry-level salary starts at more than $41k and comes with insurance, paid vacation & holidays, and great retirement benefits.

No experience necessary. Get started by contacting us at [email protected] or 832-927-6783.

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11/09/2023

WANTED WEDNESDAY: Clothing Klepto

Do you recognize this woman? Constable Ted Heap is asking for your help identifying a woman suspected of shoplifting in Southwest Houston in September.

Security cameras captured video of the suspect in action, browsing throughout the store, filling her basket and stuffing additional items into a bag she brought in with her during a visit in September.

If you recognize this suspect or have any information that may help with the investigation of this crime, please contact Deputy Destinee Velazco ([email protected]) or let us know through our online crime tips webpage: https://constablepct5.com/index.php/online-crime-tips/

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Salute To ServiceAfter 32 years with the Precinct 5 Constable's Office, Chief Clerk Shawn Graham is retiring at the end ...
11/08/2023

Salute To Service

After 32 years with the Precinct 5 Constable's Office, Chief Clerk Shawn Graham is retiring at the end of this month. Constable Ted Heap was joined by dozens of deputies and staffers as we held a retirement party in her honor today.

In her three-plus decades serving the residents of Precinct 5, Shawn started as a dispatcher and worked her way up the clerk ranks, ultimately assuming the role of Chief Clerk in 2013 and serving in that capacity with dedication and commitment for more than 10 years.

Please join Constable Heap in wishing Shawn a wonderful retirement and many happy years of rest and relaxation ahead.

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Making New FriendsConstable Ted Heap's deputies made a new friend at a Young Life dinner at Crossroad Church last night....
11/08/2023

Making New Friends

Constable Ted Heap's deputies made a new friend at a Young Life dinner at Crossroad Church last night. Eric Terry is a big supporter of law enforcement and he wanted to show us his amazing vest which was covered with patches from various law enforcement agencies, military units and other interesting locations all over the country. It was great to meet you Eric and thank you for your support!

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Better To Be PreparedLt. Roy Guinn was the guest of our friends at Arion Blue in West Houston today.  He talked to them ...
11/07/2023

Better To Be Prepared

Lt. Roy Guinn was the guest of our friends at Arion Blue in West Houston today. He talked to them about how to protect themselves in an active shooter event.

These incidents are more common than ever these days unfortunately. But there are some things you can do to protect yourself if you become part of one of these chaotic situations. Lt. Guinn shared those strategies with these men and women. We hope they never need them, but if they do, they'll know what to do.

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Good TurnPct. 5 Deputy Jessie Payton had a great time joining the scouts from Wolf Cub Pack 209 for their recent meeting...
11/06/2023

Good Turn

Pct. 5 Deputy Jessie Payton had a great time joining the scouts from Wolf Cub Pack 209 for their recent meeting.

Deputy Payton brought her K9 partner, Thor, and showed the scouts how these police dogs protect our deputies and help track down criminals. Thor enjoyed meeting the scouts too, and he especially liked the treats they gave him as a thank you.

Constable Ted Heap and his deputies are proud to work with scouts all across our precinct. Many of our own deputies served as scouts when they were growing up.

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Scout SergeantPrecinct 5 Sgt. Mike Bilbrey enjoyed being a guest at a recent meeting of the scouts from Cub Scout Pack 3...
11/04/2023

Scout Sergeant

Precinct 5 Sgt. Mike Bilbrey enjoyed being a guest at a recent meeting of the scouts from Cub Scout Pack 353 at St. Peter's United Methodist Church in Katy. Sgt. Bilbrey spoke to them about being safe when they're on their bikes or walking home from school.

Many of Constable Ted Heap's deputies were scouts long before they ever joined our department or put on a badge. We enjoy a great relationship with all of the scouts in our community who, like us, enjoy serving our community today.

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Pajama PartyThanks to our friends with Constable Ted Heap's Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association, County Commissio...
11/03/2023

Pajama Party

Thanks to our friends with Constable Ted Heap's Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association, County Commissioner Lesley Briones' Office and Radack Community Center, who collected dozens of new pajamas as part of Precinct 5's annual pajama drive in conjunction with Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Constable Heap's Victims Assistance Unit will be distributing your donated pajamas to women and children who are escaping domestic abuse and violence in and around Precinct 5. Thank you to these groups and the many more who joined this great cause!

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Newest AdditionPlease join us in welcoming new Deputy Imanol Trevino to our Precinct 5 family.  Deputy Trevino was sworn...
11/02/2023

Newest Addition

Please join us in welcoming new Deputy Imanol Trevino to our Precinct 5 family. Deputy Trevino was sworn in during a small ceremony with friends, family and fellow deputies watching on.

Deputy Trevino recently graduated from the Houston Community College Police Academy. He will spend the next 2-3 months training with a veteran Field Training Officer before being assigned to either our Patrol, Parks or Toll Road Division.

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Adrenaline RushPrecinct 5's Citizens Police Academy recently hosted Scenario Night, one of the most exciting classes of ...
11/02/2023

Adrenaline Rush

Precinct 5's Citizens Police Academy recently hosted Scenario Night, one of the most exciting classes of the academy. This is the night the participants get to apply all the things they've learned in real-life scenarios drawn straight from our deputy training program. The adrenaline is pumping at times, but it also gives these participants a small taste of what deputies encounter on patrol.

Constable Ted Heap even joined in on the action, participating in the scenarios and then debriefing with the CPA cadets to discuss their responses. Thanks to all who participated, including several volunteers from our CPA Alumni group!

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Houston, TX
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