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HCSOTexas 23m
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Update: Sam’s parent has been located. Thank you for your help.
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Mental Health & Jail Diversion 14h
Members from the Crisis Intervention Response Team ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ attended the Mental Health Awareness Fest 2019. Our CIRT units are out ⁦⁩ along w/ ⁦⁩ clinicians, assisting with related calls.
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Ed Gonzalez 56m
Proud to see my teammates establish community relationships with children. A positive and active relationship with all members of our community is critical.
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Ed Gonzalez 16h
To my teammates- you’ve shown great support for our . Recharge and get ready, for now that we’re its time to turn it up a notch or two! Remember that you can wear your swag through the end of until we . 💪💯
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HCSOTexas 15h
Help us identify & locate the parents or guardian of a man found last night in northwest Harris County. He only knows his name as Sam. Doctors say he is between 40 to 50 years of age. Anyone with info is urged to call 713-221-6000. Release:
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HCSOTexas 21h
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Update: The father of the 3-year-old has been located has been located and investigators will determine if charges will be filed.
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Ed Gonzalez 22h
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They saved the life of an innocent precious child and took the suspect into custody without incident. Strength and Compassion at its finest.
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Ed Gonzalez 22h
Just now in East Harris County, & Pct 3 acted swiftly in response to a call where a father was allegedly placing a gun to his infant’s head. Our SWAT team selflessly ran towards danger- risking their own lives to save the lives of others.
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HCSOTexas 22h
Help us identify and locate the parents or guardian of a 3-year-old who was found walking alone early this morning in northwest Harris County. Anyone with info is urged to call the HCSO Child Abuse Unit at 713-221-6000 or CPS at 713-394-4000.
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Major Mike Lee Oct 19
This week our & units worked in Bear Creek Meadows Subdivision & other areas of West Harris County. These specialized units work diligently to improve neighborhood quality of life throughout Harris County.
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HCSOTexas Oct 19
We had a great time at the 6th Annual Jensen Jubilee Parade & Fall Festival! Thanks for having us.
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HCSOTexas Oct 19
Getting ready to start the 6th Annual Jensen Jubilee Parade & Fall Festival!
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HCSOTexas Oct 18
Today we celebrated the Basic County Corrections Course Graduation Ceremony of Class J-5/2019. Detention Officer Grace Brooks and Detention Officer Justin Mitchell are excited to start their careers with HCSO. Welcome to the family!
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Captain M. Kinnard-Bing Oct 18
On October 26, 2019 from 10am-2pm you can drop off your unused prescription drugs at 23828 Tomball Parkway at substation.
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Captain M. Koteras Oct 18
OCTOBER 26, 2019 10am-2pm. Dispose of your unused prescription drugs at 7900 Will Clayton.
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HCSOTexas Oct 18
We are proud of our 21 new detention officers! We hope your journeys are fulfilling and safe. If you want to join our family visit 👉 . Starting salary? $39,395 annually.
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Xavier Walton Oct 18
. asked the kids what they wanted to be when they grew up. Let’s just say there are a lot of future & members in this group! Sadly I didn’t hear anyone say they wanted to work for No offense taken!
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Captain J. Morrison Oct 18
Great work by District III Tactical Units. Multiple firearms seized. One had been reported stolen. Three documented gang members arrested.
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Major Mike Lee Oct 18
Traffic stops are still one of the most effective proactive policing tools for catching criminals. Our Deputies are some of the few who document these stops with dash cams as well as body worn cameras. Professionalism!
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HCSOTexas Oct 17
Vehicular Crimes deputies are responding to 17729 East Freeway and Brookshire Street in reference to an auto pedestrian accident. Preliminary info indicates a pedestrian was hit by an 18 wheeler and is deceased. Please expect delays in the area.
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