Click the link above to begin an Open Records request from the Precinct 6 Constable’s Office.
Saturday morning, I had a breakfast meeting with our Precinct 6 Reserve Deputies. Our Reserve Deputies consist of “volunteer deputies” who have full time employment elsewhere but want to give back to their Precinct 6 community. Our Reserves consist of lawyers, business owners, bank managers, truck drivers, refinery workers, skilled workers and others. Last year our Reserve Deputies “volunteered” hundreds of hours, saving our taxpayers thousands of dollars, if one had to pay for their service. Our Reserve Deputies help us in Patrol, funeral escorts, community events, church events, school events, Traffic Control, and so much more. I am extremely proud of our Reserve Deputies and our amazing Supervisors, Captain Tony Bryant, Chief Deputy Ron Daniels, and Assistant Chief Deputy Joe Alanis for their leadership. Our Reserves are truly a TEAM in every sense of the word. They have a camaraderie with each other and work TOGETHER as a family (their words). We have many last-minute requests for their service, and they step up like Champs. Reserve Deputies are Certified full-fledged Peace Officers who have the same required training hours as a full time Peace Officer. Prior to me taking office, Precinct 6 had over 200 Reserve “volunteer” Deputies with 30 Motorcycle Reserve “volunteer” Deputies. Sadly, the appointed Constable before me wiped the Reserve slate to zero, and it has been an ongoing challenge to recruit more Reserve Deputies, but we are making progress. Today, Precinct 6 has 14 Reserve Deputies, and they haven’t missed a beat. I am extremely proud of our Reserve Deputies for their dedication and commitment to serving our community. Thank you for your service and I especially Thank You for choosing Precinct 6. 💙🙏🏼 ... See MoreSee Less
I’ve been around for 28 years and never been so proud to be part of a great team
This week, our Deputy Perez was invited to speak to parents at George I Sanchez Charter School about ways to keep their children safe.Deputy Perez spoke at length regarding internet safety, the importance of checking surroundings, bullying, maintaining communication with their children, and a variety of other safety tips. She also provided the parents with fingerprint kits and showed them how to use them for their children's safety.Thank you to George I Sanchez Charter School for inviting Deputy Perez to speak and to the parents in attendance for taking a proactive approach to their Children's safety.Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority! ... See MoreSee Less
This afternoon we can expect to experience thunderstorms, strong winds, and potential flooding in some areas. Please plan accordingly, and always travel safely as storms are expected to pass through our area over the next few hours. Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!If You See Something, Say Something, 👀You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞 ... See MoreSee Less
This morning here in Katy was super crazy.
Click this link if you are interested in joining the R-U-OK Senior Program. The R-U-OK Program routinely checks on the welfare of residents 55 years of age or older.
If you are going out of town and would like to request your street be patrolled while you are away, fill out our “Neighborhood Watch Form.”
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