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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Precinct 6 is proudly participating. Throughout October, many of our Precinct 6 deputies will be bearing a pink badge or patch in support of our breast cancer warriors.

Nearly one in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime and early detection plays a key role in treatment and recovery. 

Let’s continue to help raise breast cancer awareness and emphasize the importance of annual mammograms and checkups. If you haven’t already, schedule your annual checkup before the year is over.

Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Precinct 6 is proudly participating. Throughout October, many of our Precinct 6 deputies will be bearing a pink badge or patch in support of our breast cancer warriors.Nearly one in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime and early detection plays a key role in treatment and recovery. Let’s continue to help raise breast cancer awareness and emphasize the importance of annual mammograms and checkups. If you haven’t already, schedule your annual checkup before the year is over."Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!" ... See MoreSee Less

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⚠️ Crime Report | 📆 September 14, 2022 | 🌎 Idylwood

At approximately 1:00 a.m., Sergeant Hicks witnessed a vehicle speeding in a 35 MPH zone. Sergeant Hicks attempted to initiate a traffic stop on the vehicle but the driver sped up, reaching speeds of approximately 80 MPH while ignoring several stop signs and red lights. Several HPD units assisted in the chase, including HPD Fox air support. The suspect came to a complete stop and was detained without incident.

The District Attorney’s Office accepted a charge for Felony Evading in a Motor Vehicle on the driver and he was transported to Harris County JPC.

Great work Sergeant Hicks and thank you to HPD for the joint effort in stopping this suspect. 
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Public Safety Is and Always Will Be Our #1 Priority!
If You See Something, Say Something, 👀
You Know The Number 713-274-3400 📞

⚠️ Crime Report | 📆 September 14, 2022 | 🌎 IdylwoodAt approximately 1:00 a.m., Sergeant Hicks witnessed a vehicle speeding in a 35 MPH zone. Sergeant Hicks attempted to initiate a traffic stop on the vehicle but the driver sped up, reaching speeds of approximately 80 MPH while ignoring several stop signs and red lights. Several HPD units assisted in the chase, including HPD Fox air support. The suspect came to a complete stop and was detained without incident.The District Attorney’s Office accepted a charge for Felony Evading in a Motor Vehicle on the driver and he was transported to Harris County JPC.Great work Sergeant Hicks and thank you to HPD for the joint effort in stopping this suspect. ---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

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Yesterday we celebrated our various Hispanic cultures at our Hispanic Heritage Month Luncheon here at the office. We enjoyed a nice variety of food, some great Latin music, and topped it all off with some delicious Pan Dulce for dessert! Thank you to my wonderful staff for decorating and helping put the luncheon together! ... See MoreSee Less

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Always looks great!

Happy September birthday 💙

Looks delicious 😋

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Son James worked for Sylvia for a while! He now is a trainer and patrol officer for Precinct 6 and very happy! More extra jobs and dinero! Has a hard time getting sleep from staying so busy!

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