The Houston Police Department has partnered with the Fort Bend County Constable's Office, Precinct 2, to open a Fort Bend Houston HPD Satellite Office at 7133 West Fuqua St., located within the Willowridge retail shopping center along West Fuqua St. at Blue Ridge Rd. The HPD satellite office is OPEN on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. An assigned HPD officer is on-site and available to assist with any police-related issues/concerns during those office hours. All other days, the Hiram Clarke HPD Storefront, located at 4363 West...Read more
Every two years, the Houston Police Department reassigns Captains to new patrol divisions as a way to expose officers to different roles and responsibilities. Last month, the two Captains in charge of the South Gessner and Southwest Patrol Divisions were re-assigned to new Divisions. HPD announced Captain Bob Robertson will take over the South Gessner Division, which patrols the Brays Oaks area and Gulfton areas and Captain Tad Pando will be over the Southwest Division, which patrols the remainder of District K. Captain Bob Robertson is a 30 year veteran of the Houston Police Department. He has served in...Read more
District K has three (3) active PIP meetings administered by the Houston Police Department. All PIP meetings are open to the public; regardless of where you live.Read more
Westbury PIP Meeting (every 4th Tuesday of the month) at 7:00 P.M. Aramco Building 9009 West Loop South Freeway Houston, TX 77096 For more information, please contact the HPD Westbury Storefront at 713-726-7126. The Westbury HPD Storefront hours are 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Hiram Clarke PIP Meeting (every 2nd Monday of the month) at 7:00 P.M. Hiram Clarke HPD Storefront 4363 West Fuqua St. Houston, TX 77053 For more information, please contact the HPD Hiram Clarke...
Hurricane Season is here and runs from June 1 to November 30. The City of Houston Office of Emergency Management urges Houstonians to prepare for hurricanes, tropical storms and other emergencies by following a few key steps.Read more
- Build a Kit - Have a disaster supply kit with enough supplies to last you and your family for 5-7 days; the kit should include food, medications, water and other basic necessities
- Make a Plan - Have an emergency plan for your family and check to make sure that your workplace, children's school and other places you frequent have emergency plans in place; be sure...