Houston Police Department Positive Interaction Program (PIP) Meetings

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.
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...
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Any Annual Civic Association Meetings Planned in the Future?

The Spring and Fall season is the time of year a significant number of civic associations host their annual civic association meetings. Since coming into office last year, Council Member Green has made a commitment to visit every civic association within the District. The task is almost complete; however, if you are receiving this e-newsletter and Council Member Green has yet to attend your civic association meeting, please contact the District K office at 832-393-3016 or to schedule an appointment....
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2013 National Night Out – Tuesday, October 1st

67National Night Out will be here soon so SAVE THE DATE - Tuesday, October 1, 2013. Now is the time to start planning your block parties! National Night Out is the first Tuesday in October (for the state of Texas) and this is a great community event to celebrate the positive initiatives of your civic association, an opportunity to mingle with your neighbors, and a venue to provide important information about public safety and security concerns. The District K office encourages you to organize block parties or other events and get...
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Announcement of Houston Citizen Police Academy

The Houston Police Department is now accepting applications for the Citizen Police Academy. The Houston Citizens' Police Academy (CPA) was organized in 1989 and offers citizens the opportunity to learn about the internal operations of the Houston Police Department. The Citizens' Police Academy speakers, (mostly Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice experts in their fields), provide lectures, demonstrations, tours, and hands-on activities for Academy participants. The overall objective of the Academy is to provide citizens with sound and accurate information about HPD and the criminal justice process so citizens are able to make informed decisions regarding issues / matters involving the...
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Reliant Announces Beat the Heat Program

Reliant Energy announces its Beat the Heat Centers across Texas for the cities of Houston, Dallas, and Corpus Christi. Out of the 11 FREE air-conditioned locations identified across the state, seven (7) are identified within Houston - one of the centers being the Hiram Clarke Multi-Service Center, 3810 West Fuqua St. The Reliant Beat the Heat Centers are available to all residents, and energy assistance is available to qualifying, low-income Reliant customers. The Beat the Heat Centers are open now until October 4th. In addition to air-conditioned spaces, the centers will offer adult and youth activities and snacks....
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City’s Pro-Bono Deed Restriction Program

189The Department of Neighborhoods will assist civic associations or civic clubs in low-to-moderate income neighborhoods with creating new, or modifying existing, deed restrictions via a resurrected Deed Restrictions Pro Bono Program. The Department of Neighborhoods will work with City Council offices in identifying civic associations that may be qualified to participate in the Program. Eligible organizations will be referred to pro bono legal counsel via the Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program (HVLP). The Department of Neighborhoods will not directly assist with the drafting or modification of deed restrictions but rather act as...
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