Ray Hunt called the meeting to order with the Pledge of Allegiance, and begins the meeting in prayer by Chaplin M. Montgomery.
The meeting was dedicated to Officer Henry William who died in the line of duty on February 8, 1886. Officer Tim Whitaker read the dedication.
INVESTIGATOR OF THE MONTH
Lt. Ernest Garcia presented the investigator award of the month to Officer Horacio Pineda from Robbery. Patrol Officer of the month is Chris Weiche and was presented by Luis Menendez-Sierra.Read More
All Houston Police Officers,
The HPOU (MBA) Board of Directors has just voted unanimously to approve the new contract with the City, and send it to a membership vote. We will have our first informational meeting today (Monday) at 3pm, at the Union Hall with meetings to follow at 6pm and 9pm. Additional sessions will be held throughout the week, and we will update you with the times. Voting on the new contract will commence immediately following the informational meeting at 3pm, in the first floor board room of the Union Building, and continue 24 hours a day until Friday at 5pm.
The contract can be downloaded here. Hard copies will be available for pick up at the Union Hall at 3pm. Thank you for your patience while we negotiated this contract, if you have any questions regarding the new contract please contact one of your board members.
HPOU Board of DirectorsRead More
The HPOPS office experienced water damage over the weekend, as a result their phones and internet will be down for the next day or so (01/20/15- 01/21/15).Read More
Ray Hunt called the meeting to order with the Pledge of Allegiance, and begins the meeting in prayer by Bishop Lewis.
SWEARING IN THE BOARD BY TAX ASSESSOR COLLECTOR MIKE SULLIVAN
The meeting was dedicated to Officer Rodney Johnson who died in the line of duty on September 21st 2006. Officer Dough Griffith read the dedication.
INVESTIGATOR OF THE MONTH
Sgt. Meeler presented the awards to Sgt. Dillingham from Homicide, Officer Villareal from Homicide and Officer Medel from robbery.Read More
Please be advised the monthly HPOU general membership meeting for January will take place on Thursday the 8th at 11am due to the holiday on January 1.Read More
For those that can't make it to the meetings on the first Thursday of the month, we have a video recap from HPOU President Ray Hunt. This video, along with past months, are also available for viewing on the HPOU YouTube channel.Read More
Ray Hunt called the meeting to order with the Pledge of Allegiance, moment of silence for Dawn Erickson and began the meeting in prayer by Chaplin Monte Montgomery.Read More
On the morning of Nov. 5th, Sgt Jack Valenzuela and Deputy Robert Layman were assisting a stranded motorist on IH 45, when a motorist struck their patrol car which then struck the two deputies. Both were transported to the hospital for treatment.
Sgt. Valenzuela sustained minor injuries and was released from the hospital the same day, but still faces extended treatments and possibly surgical procedures to recover from his injuries. Deputy Layman however, suffered serious life threatening injuries and remains hospitalized. Deputy Layman has undergone multiple surgeries, and still has to endure a long road of therapy and rehab ahead.
Due to the extent of the injuries, their wives and families must provide care for them during recovery. In an effort to assist with the financial burden, as well as the upcoming holiday season, friends and coworkers are hosting a fundraiser for Deputy Layman and Sgt Valenzuela.
Please come out and support these brave men on Dec. 6th, 2014 from 11am until 4pm at the Bull Salas Park Friendship Center (21681 McCleskey Rd, New Caney, TX 77357).
For questions or to make a donation contact:
Deputy Stacy Sherlock- firstname.lastname@example.orgRead More
Ray Hunt called the meeting to order with the Pledge of Allegiance, a moment of silence for the family of Deputy Jesse Valdez and began the meeting in prayer.
Ray introduced State Representative Dan Huberty, Judge Theresa Chang and Kyssi Andrews who where in attendance of the meeting. Judge Chang then spoke to the membership and expressed her thanks to the service of the Houston Police Officers Union. State Representative Huberty then presented the HPOU two Texas Flags, which were flown over the Texas State Capital. Representative Huberty stated one flag was for the Houston Police Officer’s Memorial and the other flag for the Union hall. Ray then acknowledged Mike Sullivan who was in attendance.
The meeting was dedicated to Officer Kenneth Wayne Moody who died in the line of duty on November 25, 1969. Retried Lt. Zoch read the dedication.Read More
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