At 10 a.m. TOMORROW (Tuesday, August 26), Houston Police Chief Charles A. McClelland, Jr. and HPD commanders will recognize more than 70 employees for exceptional service to the city and the police department. The awards ceremony will be held at the HPD Training Academy at 17000 Aldine Westfield Road.
The Chief will present 31 awards to 74 recipients for among other categories, Meritorious Service, Life Saving, Hostile Engagement, Humanitarian Service and Unit Citations.
WHAT: Police Chief, Commanders to Recognize Dozens for Going Above and Beyond
DATE: TOMORROW (Tuesday, August 26)
TIME: 10 a.m.
WHERE: L.D. Morrison, Sr. HPD Training Academy, Gymnasium, 17000 Aldine Westfield Road at Rankin (Key map 373-H)
Beginning at 6 a.m. TOMORROW (Aug. 25), officers with the Houston Police Department’s Central Patrol Division will be at Travis Elementary School at 3311 Beauchamp to discuss back to school safety and remind motorists to obey school zone speed limits.
With Monday’s start of the school year at HISD and many other local school districts, officers will be available to offer tips on the importance of slowing down in school zones, not using cell phones, using extra care around school buses, and what parents should know to keep their children safe from strangers.
Officers will be present at Travis Elementary to warn motorists to slow down in its school zone and school zones across Houston.