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Thank you, Frank Black Middle School, for the honor of inviting me to speak to members of the StrongHER organization yesterday.

StrongHER is a female empowerment group for 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students at Frank Black Middle School, organized by the school's wonderful Counselors. It was truly a privilege to speak to these young women about determination and overcoming challenges as a female in the workplace. 💪👮‍♀️🧠 ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you, Frank Black Middle School, for the honor of inviting me to speak to members of the StrongHER organization yesterday.

StrongHER is a female empowerment group for 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students at Frank Black Middle School, organized by the schools wonderful Counselors. It was truly a privilege to speak to these young women about determination and overcoming challenges as a female in the workplace. 💪👮‍♀️🧠Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Keep up the good work!

✅WE'RE HIRING✅

🚓👮‍♀️🤝👮🚓Precinct 6 Constable Silvia Trevino is looking for individuals who are committed to listening with compassion, have the courage to hold themselves and others accountable for their actions, and will treat others how they would want to be treated. If this sounds like you, apply with Precinct 6 today! We are hiring for both Deputy and Dispatcher positions.Here are a few benefits of working for Precinct 6:• Great starting salary with increases based on years of experience• Incentive pay for degrees, bilingualism, and certifications• Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance• Paid Vacation Time and Sick Leave• Great retirement benefits through TCDRS• Serve a diverse community that is supportive of local law enforcement• Work just minutes away from Downtown HoustonTo learn more and apply, scan the QR code in the video or visit constablesilviatrevino.com/employment ... See MoreSee Less

Today is Armed Forces Day. Thank you to those who answered the call to serve, past and present. Your bravery, sacrifices, and dedication to protect and defend our nation have made a difference in many lives. Today and every day, we salute you! ... See MoreSee Less

Today is Armed Forces Day. Thank you to those who answered the call to serve, past and present. Your bravery, sacrifices, and dedication to protect and defend our nation have made a difference in many lives. Today and every day, we salute you!

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Semper Fi

Precinct 6 deputies didn't give a fuck about my service when they harassed me and my disabled son for the crime of being white and walking to and from our home in Irvinton Village for years. Fuck Victor Trevino and Precinct 6!

Yesterday we were treated to lunch by Walmart #5612 (2391 S Wayside Dr.) in honor of National Police Week! They wanted to thank our deputies for the great work they do in the community and for their assistance in protecting the store. It was a delicious lunch featuring sandwiches, chicken wraps, chips, drinks, and sweets! Thank you to Walmart for your continued support and partnership in the community! ... See MoreSee Less

Yesterday we were treated to lunch by Walmart #5612 (2391 S Wayside Dr.) in honor of National Police Week! They wanted to thank our deputies for the great work they do in the community and for their assistance in protecting the store. It was a delicious lunch featuring sandwiches, chicken wraps, chips, drinks, and sweets! Thank you to Walmart for your continued support and partnership in the community!Image attachmentImage attachment+4Image attachment

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Thanks 🙏

Cornelius Elementary School PTO is hosting a Crawfish Boil and Popup Market Fundraiser for their SPARK School Park Program Park Updates!

The event will include a community popup market, raffle prizes, moonwalks, mechanical bull, face painting, and other family entertainment. PTO RAFFLE prizes include gift baskets, handmade items, Children's Museum Houston Tickets, BBQ Pit Gift Set, and a Houston Rockets TEAM Autographed Basketball. They hope to raise $10,000 to help pay for a new playground, swings, benches, a new track, soccer goals, and art that all Cornelius students and community members can enjoy safely!Come out and support your local community an#Precinct6ProudProud! ... See MoreSee Less

Cornelius Elementary School PTO is hosting a Crawfish Boil and Popup Market Fundraiser for their SPARK School Park Program Park Updates! 
The event will include a community popup market, raffle prizes, moonwalks, mechanical bull, face painting, and other family entertainment. 
PTO RAFFLE prizes include gift baskets, handmade items, Childrens Museum Houston Tickets, BBQ Pit Gift Set, and a Houston Rockets TEAM Autographed Basketball. 
They hope to raise $10,000 to help pay for a new playground, swings, benches, a new track, soccer goals, and art that all Cornelius students and community members can enjoy safely!

Come out and support your local community and be #Precinct6Proud!Image attachment

As part of Police Week, Precinct 6 observes Peace Officers Memorial Day.

Today we take time to honor and recognize those that have lost their lives in the line of duty. Last week, we proudly attended The Harris County Peace Officers' Memorial Service to pay tribute to fallen Harris County peace officers. Please take a moment today to remember our very own fallen at Precinct 6 and keep their families in your thoughts and prayers. We thank these heroes and will continue to remember their service in our community.Reserve Sergeant Tomas Infante, Sr.End of Watch: August 21, 2021Corporal Harry Lane Thielepape, Jr.End of Watch: February 20, 2008Deputy Nehemiah Tauala PickensEnd of Watch: July 5, 2005Lieutenant Albert Charles WilkinsEnd of Watch: January 6, 1978Constable W. Emory HicksEnd of Watch: September 14, 1923Constable James SingletonEnd of Watch: June 8, 1912 ... See MoreSee Less

As part of Police Week, Precinct 6 observes Peace Officers Memorial Day.
Today we take time to honor and recognize those that have lost their lives in the line of duty. Last week, we proudly attended The Harris County Peace Officers Memorial Service to pay tribute to fallen Harris County peace officers.  Please take a moment today to remember our very own fallen at Precinct 6 and keep their families in your thoughts and prayers. We thank these heroes and will continue to remember their service in our community.

Reserve Sergeant Tomas Infante, Sr.
End of Watch: August 21, 2021

Corporal Harry Lane Thielepape, Jr.
End of Watch: February 20, 2008

Deputy Nehemiah Tauala Pickens
End of Watch: July 5, 2005

Lieutenant Albert Charles Wilkins
End of Watch: January 6, 1978

Constable W. Emory Hicks
End of Watch: September 14, 1923

Constable James Singleton
End of Watch: June 8, 1912Image attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment

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