Nassau Bay Police Department

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Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of HPD Officer Bill Jeffrey and our brothers and sisters with Houston Polic...
09/20/2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of HPD Officer Bill Jeffrey and our brothers and sisters with Houston Police Department.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of HPD Officer Bill Jeffrey and our brothers and sisters with Houston Police Department.

Just for fun. In case you did not know, today is National Cheeseburger Day.  Enjoy the weekend and go find yourself a go...
09/18/2021

Just for fun. In case you did not know, today is National Cheeseburger Day. Enjoy the weekend and go find yourself a good cheeseburger.

Just for fun. In case you did not know, today is National Cheeseburger Day. Enjoy the weekend and go find yourself a good cheeseburger.

WELCOME TO NASSAU BAY!Chief Cromie welcomed new Officer Claude Crider to the police department family during a swearing ...
09/17/2021

WELCOME TO NASSAU BAY!
Chief Cromie welcomed new Officer Claude Crider to the police department family during a swearing in ceremony this morning. Officer Crider grew up in the Clear Lake area and graduated from Clear Lake High School. He has completed 2 years at San Jacinto Jr. College and is working toward his business management degree. His grandmother, Rebecca Smith, pinned his badge and his father, Claude Crider Sr., was here to congratulate him.
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Some of our citizens are reporting the Nassau Bay Alerts phone number is showing up as possible spam on their cell phone...
09/17/2021

Some of our citizens are reporting the Nassau Bay Alerts phone number is showing up as possible spam on their cell phones. Be sure to save the number in your contacts so you will not miss important information from City of Nassau Bay.

Some of our citizens are reporting the Nassau Bay Alerts phone number is showing up as possible spam on their cell phones. Be sure to save the number in your contacts so you will not miss important information from City of Nassau Bay.

Watch out for scams after natural disasters.  Here is good information from CenterPoint Energy about billing scams and w...
09/16/2021

Watch out for scams after natural disasters. Here is good information from CenterPoint Energy about billing scams and who to contact if you have questions.

Utility scams increase after large storm events such as Nicholas. As the transmission and distribution delivery company in the Houston-area, we don't directly bill customers for electricity nor will we demand immediate payment in order to avoid a disconnection of either electric or natural gas service.
If you have any billing questions about your electric service, contact your retail electric provider. For questions about your natural gas service bill, reach out to our customer service.
We also remind everyone to learn the signs of a utility scam - and share this information with friends and family: www.CenterPointEnergy.com/UtilityScams

Watch out for scams after natural disasters. Here is good information from CenterPoint Energy about billing scams and who to contact if you have questions.

Utility scams increase after large storm events such as Nicholas. As the transmission and distribution delivery company in the Houston-area, we don't directly bill customers for electricity nor will we demand immediate payment in order to avoid a disconnection of either electric or natural gas service.
If you have any billing questions about your electric service, contact your retail electric provider. For questions about your natural gas service bill, reach out to our customer service.
We also remind everyone to learn the signs of a utility scam - and share this information with friends and family: www.CenterPointEnergy.com/UtilityScams

Nassau Bay Police Department – Storm response update – Wednesday 2PMPlease take a moment to review the following message...
09/15/2021
Disaster Scams | Office of the Attorney General

Nassau Bay Police Department – Storm response update – Wednesday 2PM

Please take a moment to review the following messages from the Nassau Bay Police Department.

First, Chief Tim Cromie would like to remind the community that David Braun Park is completely closed to all traffic and use at this time, including vehicular traffic and foot traffic.
“As part of our preparation for Tropical Storm Nicholas, the Public Works Department turned the power off in David Braun Park to prevent any damage to the electrical systems from flooding,” Chief Cromie said. “Crews will have to evaluate all of the electrical before turning power back on in order to prevent damages.”
The park will be closed for enough time to allow Public Works to remove debris and mud from the grounds, and to disinfect the area. The public will be notified when the park is available for use.

Secondly, Chief Cromie would like to remind all residents to be mindful of post-emergency scams, including price gouging and disreputable contractors.
“When an emergency takes place, some businesses may raise their prices excessively on essential goods and services like drinking water, housing, food, and fuel,” he said. “If you feel that you are being unfairly charged for goods or services after an emergency for a necessity, raise the issue of price gouging with the provider. You might also consider reporting the matter to the Texas Attorney General.”
With respect to contractors, Cromie said a good rule of thumb is to get more than one estimate, and NOT to feel rushed into signing a contract right away.
“Do your research – work with your insurance adjuster to get an estimate of any damage you’ve experienced and the probable repair cost, and use that benchmark as you communicate with contractors,” he said. “When you do select a contractor, ask for proof of insurance as well as guarantees in writing, and make sure to keep a copy of all documents.”
For more information on these types of scams, visit https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/consumer-protection/disaster-and-emergency-scams/disaster-scams.

When a natural emergency takes place, consumers should be on the lookout for scams including price-gouging, fly-by-night door-to-door contractors, and bogus charities. Price Gouging When a emergency takes place, some businesses may raise their prices excessively on essential goods and services like....

Photos from City of Nassau Bay, Texas's post
09/14/2021

Photos from City of Nassau Bay, Texas's post

We were honored to be part of this March with our partners in the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department.  Thank you to al...
09/11/2021

We were honored to be part of this March with our partners in the Nassau Bay Volunteer Fire Department. Thank you to all the citizens who were asking the route to cheer us on and say thank you. This is what community is all about.
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We take time this morning to remember the events of 20 years ago.  With heavy hearts, we remember the 71 police officers...
09/11/2021

We take time this morning to remember the events of 20 years ago. With heavy hearts, we remember the 71 police officers, 344 firefighters and thousands of civilians who lost their lives in the attacks at the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Arlington, and a field in Pennsylvania. Of course, those numbers have risen over these 20 years as casualties continue to climb due to exposure during rescue efforts. 9/11 is now known as Patriot Day. So, on this Patriot Day we will honor those first responders during a march through the city this morning. We will never forget.

We take time this morning to remember the events of 20 years ago. With heavy hearts, we remember the 71 police officers, 344 firefighters and thousands of civilians who lost their lives in the attacks at the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Arlington, and a field in Pennsylvania. Of course, those numbers have risen over these 20 years as casualties continue to climb due to exposure during rescue efforts. 9/11 is now known as Patriot Day. So, on this Patriot Day we will honor those first responders during a march through the city this morning. We will never forget.

On Friday, September 10, fallen Nassau Bay Sgt. Kaila Sullivan will be honored during the 2021 Star of Texas Award Cerem...
09/10/2021
Star of Texas Awards

On Friday, September 10, fallen Nassau Bay Sgt. Kaila Sullivan will be honored during the 2021 Star of Texas Award Ceremony.
During the ceremony, the Office of Governor Greg Abbott will present Sgt. Sullivan’s family with a Star of Texas award, which honors Texas peace officers, firefighters, emergency medical first responders, and federal law enforcement officers who are seriously injured or killed in the line of duty.
Sgt. Sullivan, who was killed in the line of duty in December 2019, was nominated for the award by Senator Larry Taylor.
The City of Nassau Bay and the Nassau Bay Police Department wish to express their deepest gratitude for this special recognition of Sgt. Sullivan.
Those wishing to watch the ceremony may find a link to the live streaming video at https://gov.Texas.gov/organization/cjd/star-of-texas.

2021 Star of Texas Award Ceremony will be held Friday, September 10, 2021 at 10:30 AM. Watch the ceremony live online here.

We are honored to be participating in this memorial walk alongside our brothers and sisters with Nassau Bay Fire and EMS...
09/10/2021

We are honored to be participating in this memorial walk alongside our brothers and sisters with Nassau Bay Fire and EMS.

The City of Nassau Bay will commemorate the 20th anniversary of 9-11 this Saturday, September 11th beginning with a Remembrance March by Nassau Bay first responders and city staff throughout the City of Nassau Bay.

The March will begin and end at the Nassau Bay Fire & EMS Station located at 18295 Upper Bay Road. The route map for the march is included below and details specific stops along the route. Throughout the City, the marchers will pause at select locations along roadways including Martinique Drive, Barbuda Lane, Saxony Lane, and Point Lookout Drive.

Residents and the public are invited and encouraged to come out and see the marchers along the route and to reflect as a community on the events of 9-11 during the pauses in the March. Many of the marchers will be wearing bunker gear and SCBAs in tribute to the first responders who bravely made their way up the thousands of stairs of the World Trade Center on 9-11.

At the conclusion of the March, there will be a short ceremony at the station, and the lobby of the station will be open to the public. A support beam recovered from the September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center is prominently displayed in the lobby of the station as a dedication to all emergency responders with a special remembrance to those who perished as a result of the terrorist attacks. The public is invited to stop by to see the support beam in person on this special anniversary. This event is free and open to the public.

For more information about the NBVFD Sept. 11th 20th Anniversary Commemoration Event and other City of Nassau Bay events, go to www.nassaubay.com. For more information about the NBVFD go to: www.nassaubayfd.com.

09/07/2021

Here is information about HB 1927, or better known as the new Texas "Constitutional Carry" law.

As of September 1, 2021, HB 1927, the Firearm Carry Act of 2021, (commonly known as the constitutional carry bill) will allow legally eligible gun owners 21 years and older to carry their fi****ms without a Texas License to Carry (“LTC”). But before you start carrying your everyday carry gun (EDC) openly or concealed without an LTC, there are several things you should know.
----Who can carry under HB 1927?----
You must be 21 years of age or older;
With some exceptions (see below), you must be able to legally purchase and possess handguns under both federal and Texas law;
You can’t have been convicted within the last five years of certain misdemeanor crimes or you will be disqualified.
Those misdemeanor crimes are: Assault Causing Bodily Injury, Deadly Conduct, Terroristic Threat, Disorderly Conduct – Discharge, or Disorderly Conduct – Display. Under HB 1927, you cannot carry without a license until five years have elapsed from the date of conviction. Note: Texas residency is not required.
----Who is prohibited from fi****ms ownership and carry?----
Some people will be prohibited from carrying under HB 1927, just as there are people who are prohibited from purchasing or possessing under federal law. That includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the following:
• A person under the age of 21;
• Felons (anyone convicted in any court of a crime punishable by imprisonment for more than one year);
• Fugitives from justice;
• A person who is an unlawful user of or addicted to any controlled substance;
• Anyone adjudicated as a mental defective or involuntarily committed to a mental institution;
• Illegal aliens or those in the U.S. on a nonimmigrant visa and who do not meet an exception;
• Anyone dishonorably discharged from the U.S. Armed Forces;
• Those who have renounced their U.S. citizenship;
• A person who is subject to an explicit court order restraining them from harassing, stalking, or threatening an intimate partner or child of the intimate partner or engaging in other conduct that would place an intimate partner in reasonable fear of bodily injury to the partner or child; and
• A person convicted in any court of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence.
----Where are you not allowed to carry your gun?----
With some exceptions, the following places are generally prohibited to a person carrying a handgun under the authority of Texas Constitutional Carry.
Premises of:
• School or educational institution, a school or educational institution transportation vehicle, or grounds where a school-sponsored activity is taking place; Fi****ms cannot be carried in or on school premises unless it is done according to the school’s written regulation or with written authorization from the institution.
• With several notable exceptions, federal law generally prohibits the possession of a firearm within 1,000 feet of a public, parochial, or private school.
• Polling place, including during early voting;
• More specifically, the building or portion of a building of a polling place on Election Day or during early voting. This distinction accounts for the fact that various buildings and non-prohibited places are used for elections.
• Court or office utilized by a court;
• Racetrack where pari-mutuel wagering takes place: horse or dog racing; In this context, “pari-mutuel wagering” means the form of wagering on the outcome of horse racing or greyhound racing in which persons who wager purchase tickets of various denominations on an animal or animals and all wagers for each race are pooled and held by the racetrack association for distribution of the total amount, less the deductions authorized by this subtitle, to holders of tickets on the winning animals.
• The secure area of an airport (e., inside the metal detectors);
• Fi****ms cannot be carried past airport security, whether on your person or in a bag. Fi****ms must travel as checked luggage according to TSA guidelines.
• Within 1,000 feet of a location designated by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (“TDCJ”) as a place of ex*****on on the day a death sentence is to be imposed;
• Bar (e., 51% location);
• A business is considered a “bar” in Texas if 51% or more of its income from the sale or service of alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption.
• Professional sporting event;
• Correctional facility;
• Civil commitment facility;
• Hospital or nursing home;
• Mental hospital;
• Amusement park; and
• Room or rooms of an open meeting of a governmental entity.
----Where can you carry with a (LTC) Texas LICENSE to Carry?----
With a Texas LTC, a person is exempt from the general federal prohibition on possessing a handgun within 1,000 feet of a school.
Even with an LTC, you cannot carry inside a school building unless it is pursuant to the school’s written regulation or with written authorization from the school.
You can carry on the Lower Colorado River Authority property with an LTC but not without one.
LTC holders are allowed to carry in amusement parks and nursing homes as long as the facility has not provided effective Texas Penal Code Sections 30.06 and/or 30.07 notice.
LTC holders may carry into a room or rooms of an open meeting of a government body.
----How does HB 1927 affect interactions with law enforcement?----
HB 1927 contains verbiage specific to what law enforcement can and cannot do to those carrying a firearm:
A law enforcement officer acting in the lawful discharge of their duties can, at any time, disarm a person if they believe it is necessary for the protection of the person, themselves, or another person. The weapon must be returned to the person before that person is released from the scene unless the firearm returns as stolen or the person is arrested following the encounter. This is not new; it’s simply being restated in HB 1927.
----Will businesses post where you can and cannot carry?----
Property owners and their agents may provide Texas Penal Code Section 30.05 notice to prohibit the unlicensed carrying of a firearm on their property (including inside their business). HB 1927 does not allow you to carry in businesses that post signage that is reasonably likely to come to the attention of the person entering the building that fi****ms are prohibited.
Businesses currently post and may continue to provide effective Texas Penal Code Sections 30.06 and/or 30.07 notice prohibiting license holders from carrying concealed (30.06) or openly (30.07) in their place of business.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverages Commission states businesses that qualify as bars due to receiving 51% or more of their income from sales of alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises must post a sign notifying customers of their 51% status. You cannot carry a firearm in a bar under HB 1927.
--What else should you know about Texas Constitutional Carry?--
Your employer can still prohibit you from carrying a firearm, including a handgun, at your place of work.
The Department of Family and Protective Services will no longer be allowed to prohibit foster parents from transporting a foster child who lives in their home in a vehicle containing a firearm as long as the firearm is in the possession and control of the foster parent and the foster parent is legally allowed to possess a firearm.
The Department of Public Safety has created a free online fi****ms safety course on their website. However, there is no mandatory training requirement like there is with the Texas Hunters Safety Course.
An unlicensed person cannot carry a firearm while intoxicated unless they are on their own property, in their vehicle, or on/in another person’s property or vehicle with their permission. Keep in mind other laws may affect activities while intoxicated and could, as a result, criminalize carrying while intoxicated under different circumstances.
----Will there be changes to penalties for violations?----
Currently, it is a Third Degree felony for a convicted felon to possess a firearm in violation of Texas Penal Code 46.04(a)(1). Under HB 1927, a new offense is created for carrying a handgun by a felon in public. The penalty for a conviction under this law is a Second Degree felony with a minimum 5-year sentence.
Currently, it is a Class A misdemeanor for a person convicted of Assault Causes Bodily Injury Family Violence to possess a firearm before the fifth anniversary of conviction, or release from confinement or supervision (whichever is latest). Under HB 1927, a new offense is created for the carrying of a handgun by one of these people in public. The penalty under this new provision of law is a Third Degree felony.
Note: Convicted felons and those convicted of domestic violence offenses can never purchase, possess, or transport a firearm or ammunition under federal law.
Currently, it is a Class A misdemeanor for a person notified of and currently subject to a family violence protective order in the State of Texas or another state, magistrate’s order for emergency protection, or protective order in a suit for dissolution of marriage to possess a firearm. Under HB 1927, a new offense is created for the carrying of a handgun by a person subject to a protective order, described above, in public. The penalty under this new provision of law is a Third Degree felony.

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Nassau Bay, TX
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