PPD retirement ceremony for Officer Jason Mitchell was filled with gratitude, memories, and well-deserved recognition. Congratulations!

Chief Wright welcomed several individuals who attended Officer Jason Mitchell’s retirement ceremony yesterday. He began by expressing his respect and admiration for Jason’s wisdom, courage, and strength as an officer and a friend.

Jason obtained several skills that eventually led him to begin his law enforcement career at PPD. He graduated from South Houston High School and studied nursing at Mary Hardin Baylor. Then, he became a Paramedic in 1996 and worked in EMS for Pasadena before accepting a medical position at the chemical plants. Jason applied at the Pasadena Police Department and graduated from the 51st Academy Class in 2001.

During his 23 years at the Police Department, Jason’s work has left a lasting impact on both the department and the community. His visions and contributions spanned across several divisions, and his dedication to his assignments ensured the continuation of these positive impacts. His commitment will continue to be remembered and appreciated by many.

We congratulate Officer Jason Mitchell on his retirement, and we thank him for his contributions to improving the quality of life for members of the Police Department and the citizens of the City of Pasadena, Texas – in the past, present, and future.

Pasadena Police Department

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