Office of Constable Alan Rosen, Harris County Constable Precinct 1

Office of Constable Alan Rosen, Harris County Constable Precinct 1 Harris County Precinct One Constable’s Office works closely with community leaders to find real solutions reducing crime and making our community safe. *This page is not monitored 24/7.* Do not report crimes in progress on this page. Call 9-1-1.

Harris County Precinct One Constable’s Office provides the highest level of professionalism, protection and service to our citizens in Harris County and visitors of our community.

Mission: The mission of the Harris County Constable’s Office Precinct One is to enhance the quality of life in our precinct by working in partnership with the community and to enforce laws, preserve the peace, reduce fear and provide a safe environment. Our Mandate is to do so with honor and integrity while at all times conducting ourselves with the highest ethical standards to maintain public confidence.

The Harris County Precinct One Environmental Crimes Unit today served a search warrant at a property in the 1000 block o...
06/05/2020

The Harris County Precinct One Environmental Crimes Unit today served a search warrant at a property in the 1000 block of Church Street near Crosby.

On May 28th, Precinct One was notified of a black, oily substance seen by a resident in the ditches adjacent to the property. This discharge appeared to be coming off the property on Church Street. It stretched at least one-quarter mile west along Church Street and 655 feet to the south along the San Jacinto River Authority’s clean water basin. A Harris County contractor is working diligently to remediate the area before any storm spreads it further. Since last week remediation teams have removed over 20 thousand gallons of contaminated oil/water mix from those ditches.

Several large containers of an oil-like substance were located at the scene, but the source of the contamination is still unclear. Precinct One Investigators, working with Harris County Pollution Control and the San Jacinto River Authority, spent the day using an excavator to search for that source. They believe the perpetrator buried barrels or containers of oil on the property repeatedly over an extended period of time, possibly years. Investigators characterize the size and volume of the contamination as one of the largest and most significant they have ever worked.

The Harris County District Attorney’s office assisted in obtaining the search warrant executed today at the property. This allowed investigators to dig and take samples from the soil. Those samples will undergo chemical analysis. If investigators can prove the chemical on the property is in fact what has been seeping in the ditches, they can seek criminal charges.

“It’s not right. People do not deserve to have contaminated soil and water nearby,” said Constable Alan Rosen. It’s just not going to be tolerated.”

No one is currently charged or in custody, however the investigation is still underway.

A temporary restraining order is in place forcing the owner of the property to begin clean up . Investigators estimate clean up costs already have surpassed $1 million.

Harris County Precinct One animal cruelty investigators have seized a dog which they believe was being beaten repeatedly...
06/05/2020

Harris County Precinct One animal cruelty investigators have seized a dog which they believe was being beaten repeatedly for at least a month in the 600 block of Maxey Road in Houston.

The grey and white terrier mixed breed dog can be seen in a video sent in with a tip to Houston SPCA. That video shows a man yelling at the dog and striking it twice with a belt. The dog’s cries can be heard on the video.

Eyewitnesses told investigators the man would put the dog outside daily and hit it with a belt to get it to come back inside. The dog is approximately three to four months old. The seizure of the dog was authorized by a warrant signed by a Harris County Justice of the Peace. The puppy is now safe and has been evaluated and treated by the Houston SPCA.

A custody hearing will be held to determine ownership of the dog. The case will be presented to the Harris County District Attorney’s Office for possible criminal charges.

You can always call in tips on Animal Cruelty to our Animal Cruelty hotline. That number is  (832) 927-1659.

(Video of the incident will not be released, as this is an ongoing investigation.)

On #NationalDonutDay 🍩 , we wanted to #supportblackbusiness Glazed the doughnut cafe! Go check them out! Delicious gourm...
06/05/2020

On #NationalDonutDay 🍩 , we wanted to #supportblackbusiness Glazed the doughnut cafe! Go check them out! Delicious gourmet donuts; locally owned & operated! Great coffee, too. #shoplocal #supportsmallbusiness #donutday #nationaldoughnutday @ Glazed the doughnut cafe

06/05/2020

Let’s #wearorange today as we observe National Gun Violence Awareness Day. At Precinct One we believe in responsible gun ownership and storage. We offer FREE gun locks to any Harris County resident. To sign up, click here: https://pct1constable.net/public-safety/

06/04/2020

The Harris County Precinct One Constable’s office has arrested a Houston man on charges of online solicitation and attempted sexual assault of a child.

Hunter Atkins, 31, was taken into custody by deputies this afternoon in the 100 block of Chelsea Blvd.

Investigators say Atkins began chatting with a 15 year old girl on Instagram last December. She was located in his condo after a runaway report was filed by her mother. We believe the girl was with Atkins on at least three occasions.

Atkins was previously arrested December 22, 2019 on a charge of harboring a runaway. Today’s arrest and additional charges are a result of subsequent investigation.

“I will always work to preserve and protect the innocence of children,” said Constable Alan Rosen. “This young girl was manipulated by an adult who is a man twice her age. Such predators will not be tolerated.”

#ThrowbackThursday to our teen summit a few years ago. For the past seven years, Precinct One Constables Office has cont...
06/04/2020

#ThrowbackThursday to our teen summit a few years ago. For the past seven years, Precinct One Constables Office has continued building bridges in our community. During this exercise, young men were encouraged to make eye contact with our deputies and answer "what do they see?". The only way for communities to come together is by getting to know one another, and listening to each other; breaking down barriers. #BuildingBridges #HoustonTogether #Peace

#WednesdayWisdom! It’s #hurricaneseason for the next six months. There’s a tropical storm #Cristobal in the gulf now. Do...
06/03/2020

#WednesdayWisdom! It’s #hurricaneseason for the next six months. There’s a tropical storm #Cristobal in the gulf now. Don’t get caught by surprise. Have a plan, stay weather aware. Find all the resources you need to be prepared at ReadyHarris. Visit ReadyHarris.org to find a disaster preparedness guide, evacuation routes, covid—19 and more. #DisasterPreparedness @ Downtown Houston

Corporal Guillen and Sergeant McClerkin delivered a bicycle to one of the kids in near Northwest business district of Pr...
06/03/2020

Corporal Guillen and Sergeant McClerkin delivered a bicycle to one of the kids in near Northwest business district of Precinct 1. They saw the little boy riding on the back of a bicycle on the rear spokes. We had two bikes left from our annual toy drive, so the deputies went back to the station and got one of the bikes for the little boy and delivered it to him today. #Love #PCT1Cares #PCT1Community #PCT1Kids #PCT1Patrol #Houston

06/02/2020

We pause to acknowledge and respect with others across the Nation -- in unity.

We stand in solidarity.

‪There is a CRITICAL need for blood donors RIGHT NOW. You can give in The Heights tomorrow, 5/28, 10a-2:30p. at fire sta...
05/27/2020

‪There is a CRITICAL need for blood donors RIGHT NOW. You can give in The Heights tomorrow, 5/28, 10a-2:30p. at fire station - 107 W. 12th St. ‬

05/25/2020

We are live at our memorial day mask and food distribution at 4900 Fournace Place in Belaire serving over 1000!

On this Memorial Day, we remember. Thank you for your service.
05/25/2020

On this Memorial Day, we remember. Thank you for your service.

‪#EidMubarak to all celebrating #Ramadan2020 ‬
05/23/2020

‪#EidMubarak to all celebrating #Ramadan2020 ‬

This MEMORIAL DAY we continue our commitment to serving those in need. See you there! #covidrelief #thepeoplesconstable
05/21/2020

This MEMORIAL DAY we continue our commitment to serving those in need. See you there! #covidrelief #thepeoplesconstable

Great write up on one of our many efforts to help feed the hungry during the pandemic. Precinct One appreciates partners...
05/21/2020
Legendary Houston restaurateur, local philanthropist, and lawman feed kids in need

Great write up on one of our many efforts to help feed the hungry during the pandemic. Precinct One appreciates partnerships like these. https://houston.culturemap.com/news/society/05-19-20-teach-houston-susan-sarofim-tony-vallone-alan-rosen-hisd-meals-drive/?utm_source=daily-digest&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=website#slide=0

At a time when many are scouring food pantries to make ends meet, more than 1,000 meals were provided to families of students in need, thanks to a local philanthropist, ...

05/20/2020

Precinct One loves our community! We are happy to support another safe and successful food distribution event with the Houston food Bank, Aramco, City of Houston, District A City Council Member Amy Peck, Texas State Representative Anna Eastman, Harris County Commissioner Precinct 4 Jack Cagle, YMCA, Houston Young Lawyers Association and other community leaders and volunteers.

05/19/2020

Happy birthday to little Sophia! She turns 5 today! Precinct One wishes her all the birthday blessings
🤗 🎈 🎂 🥳 #PCT1Community #PCT1Kids #PCT1Cares

05/18/2020

As things start to #ReOpen, we must continue to protect each other and do our part to keep each other safe! #MondayMotivation #covid19 #coronavirus #reopenamerica #reopenhouston #weareallinthistogether #PCT1Community #PCT1Cares

We're shining a light on #MentalHealthAwareness. Today we salute the men and women of our #MentalHealthUnit #mentalhealt...
05/18/2020

We're shining a light on #MentalHealthAwareness. Today we salute the men and women of our #MentalHealthUnit #mentalhealthawareness
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Mental Health Special Operations is a team of specially trained Precinct One Deputies that are certified by the State of Texas as Mental Health Officers. Precinct One Mental Health Special Operations utilizes multi-faceted strategies in a cooperative effort with Harris County Probate Courts and Harris County hospitals to accomplish the mission.

Mental Health is a major focus in today’s society and the deputies of the Precinct One Constable’s Office are committed to making a difference. Our mission is to safely secure and transport patients who have become the subject of a mental health warrant because they have demonstrated their inability to care for themselves and have become a danger to themselves or others. In addition, we serve all process associated with each case.

The Mental Health Special Operations office is located in the Harris County Psychiatric Center in Houston, Texas.


For more information about our Mental Health Division

pct1constable.net/divisions/civil-process/mental-health-warrants/

(713) 741-6012 @ Harris County Psychiatric Center

05/15/2020

Today is National Peace Officers Memorial Day. May we never forget their dedication and service to our community and law enforcement! May their legacies be a blessing to us all forever! #PoliceWeek #LESM #NationalLawEnforcementMemorialDay

Our high water rescue vehicles are ready to go should they be needed tomorrow. Gassed up and on standby, as is our swift...
05/15/2020

Our high water rescue vehicles are ready to go should they be needed tomorrow. Gassed up and on standby, as is our swift water rescue team which can be fully deployed and operational within minutes should need arise. Let’s all be weather aware this weekend!

05/14/2020

Constable Rosen together with Jim McIngvale, Steve Van Doren of Vans 🛹 shoes & Precinct 1 Human Trafficking Resource Director Kathy Griffin donated food, shoes and other items to Santa Maria Hostel. The community residents wanted to show their appreciation. #PCT1Community #PCT1Cares

05/14/2020

Today is National #ThirdShiftWorkersDay. Thank you to all our Precinct One Night Patrol and our agency partners who keep our communities safe while most of us sleep. #PoliceWeek #GraveyardShift #NightPatrol

During #PoliceWeek we pause to reflect on all the men and women who serve and protect our communities and remember those...
05/13/2020

During #PoliceWeek we pause to reflect on all the men and women who serve and protect our communities and remember those who died in the line of duty.
On September 29, 1998, at approximately 1:01 AM, Harris County Constable Precinct One Deputy Michael Eakin, assigned to the Patrol Division was shot and killed after making a traffic stop. Deputy Eakin stopped a vehicle occupied by four passengers for a traffic violation. While checking the vehicle license plate status of the 1300 block of E. Hardy Toll Rd., one of the juvenile passengers jumped out and fled into a wooded area off the Hardy Toll Road. Deputy Eakin gave chase and eventually caught the fleeing suspect. As Deputy Eakin was attempting to handcuff the suspect, the seventeen year old suspect pulled a handgun out from the waistband of his pants and shot Deputy Eakin in the throat; Deputy Eakin fell to the ground and the suspect straddled him firing another round striking Deputy Eakin in the head. Several other people who were in the vehicle at the time were arrested. The 17-year-old suspect was sentenced to death on May 25, 1999. The killer’s sentence was commuted to life in prison on March 25, 2005 when the United States Supreme Court ruled the execution of criminals who committed the crimes as juveniles was unconstitutional. Deputy Constable Eakin --who was 25 years old at the time of his death-- had served with the Constable’s Office for three years. His fiancée mother and father survived him.

It's #WellnessWednesday! May is also #MentalHealthAwareness month. Reach out if you need to talk to someone. You're not ...
05/13/2020

It's #WellnessWednesday! May is also #MentalHealthAwareness month. Reach out if you need to talk to someone. You're not alone. Everyone needs support sometimes. Call ☎️ 📱 or text 🤳 THE LOCAL Crisis Intervention
HOTLINE: 832.416.1177
TEEN: 832.416.1199 (CALL)
TEEN: 281.201.4430 (TEXT)
or one of the national numbers
Suicide Lifeline:
1-800-273-TALK
Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 option 11️⃣

05/11/2020

We're celebrating #PoliceWeek by welcoming four new additions to the Precinct One Family! Welcome Sergeant Lori Bender, Deputy Daniel Aue, Deputy Christopher Baltazar, and Deputy Richard Spinelli. Wearing a badge means putting yourself in harms way to keep other safe. It takes courage and sacrifice. We are proud of all the brave men and women of Precinct 1. #PCT1Family #PCT1Patrol #BlueFamily

05/10/2020

Happy 93rd birthday, and Happy Mother's Day to Joyce! Thank you Garden Oaks neighbors for inviting us to celebrate your birthday parade.

Happy #MothersDay from the Precinct One Constable's Office.
05/10/2020

Happy #MothersDay from the Precinct One Constable's Office.

What a #BLESSING! The #HarmonyHouseHouston received a generous check from the Precinct One Foundation to house 28 homele...
05/09/2020

What a #BLESSING! The #HarmonyHouseHouston received a generous check from the Precinct One Foundation to house 28 homeless residents at the Harmony House. Also today, the Precinct One Foundation with Integrated Corrosion Companies are feeding and providing PPE, new socks, new underwear, new tshirts, and more to residents of #HarmonyHouseHouston. Harmony House is a transitional residential facility that helps provide shelter, healthcare and resources to our community's homeless. #PCT1Community #PCT1Foundation @ Houston, Texas

Today the Precinct One Foundation with Integrated Corrosion Companies are feeding and providing PPE, new socks, new unde...
05/09/2020

Today the Precinct One Foundation with Integrated Corrosion Companies are feeding and providing PPE, new socks, new underwear, new tshirts, and more to residents of #HarmonyHouseHouston. Harmony House is a transitional residential facility that helps provide shelter, healthcare and resources to our community's homeless. #PCT1Community #PCT1Foundation

Dogs seized in Baytown The Harris County Precinct One Constable’s Office has seized four dogs from a home in Baytown, in...
05/08/2020

Dogs seized in Baytown

The Harris County Precinct One Constable’s Office has seized four dogs from a home in Baytown, in the 2100 block of Jones Road. Neighbors told investigators the owner left over a week ago and didn’t take the dogs with them. Those neighbors had been feeding the dogs in the owner’s absence. One of the dogs was severely emaciated. She was given a body condition score of 1.5 out of 9. Five is ideal on that scale.

The dogs have been transported to the Houston SPCA for evaluation, treatment and housing.

A judge will decide to award custody to the HSPCA or the current owner.

Investigators are seeking criminal charges against the owner. You can always report animal cruelty to our Animal Cruelty Hotline at (832) 927-1659.

Precinct 1 Patrol Units lined up along the Hardy Toll Road today to honor the fallen Harris County Sheriff's Office Serg...
05/08/2020

Precinct 1 Patrol Units lined up along the Hardy Toll Road today to honor the fallen Harris County Sheriff's Office Sergeant Scholwinski as the procession passed through. Prayers to our brothers and sisters at HCSO.

05/08/2020

***Crime Alert- Braeswood***

On May 7, 2020 at approximately 1050 hours, deputies were dispatched to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle in the 3500 block of Gramercy. Upon arrival deputies met with the reporting party who stated a man in a tan Ford Taurus with dark tinted windows attempted to break into his truck with a trailer attached carrying lawn equipment. The reporting party saw the suspect inside his vehicle and confronted the suspect with a garden hoe and began hitting the suspect’s vehicle breaking the back glass. The suspect entered his vehicle through the passenger’s front door and fled the scene. The suspect was a black male, approximately 6ft, thin built, wearing a black Adidas shirt with black wind pants and a ball cap. The complainant did not notice anything missing from his vehicle.
Deputies conducted an investigation and were able to locate video surveillance of the incident.

“This is what great corporate leadership is all about,” said Constable Alan Rosen. Thankful for the donation of 1,000 un...
05/07/2020

“This is what great corporate leadership is all about,” said Constable Alan Rosen.

Thankful for the donation of 1,000 units of personal protective equipment today including 250 face shields, 500 face masks and 250 halyard masks from CEMEX USA and TX/RX Labs.

The initiative is part of a larger $100,000 donation through CEMEX Foundation to TX/RX Labs to fund ongoing efforts to manufacture critically needed PPE as we continue to battle COVID-19.

These much needed items will be put to good use protecting our deputies and members of the public.

Thank you on behalf of Precinct One for caring so much about our community!

05/07/2020

Today is Children's Mental Health Awareness Day. Precinct 1 Deputies from Heights night patrol discuss how they take special care when encountering distressed kids in our community.

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