PPD’s Carlos De Alejandro transitioned from a successful law enforcement career to retirement, ready to cherish time with loved ones. Congratulations!

Carlos De Alejandro’s law enforcement career began when he was accepted into the Houston Police Academy when he was 19 years old.

After graduating from the police academy, he was assigned to patrol the southeast side of Houston. He then worked for the Harris County Constables Office, Precinct 6. After years of service at Pct. 6, he was promoted to Captain.

After 13 years of service with the Houston Police Department and 28 years of service with the Constable’s Office, he decided to retire in October 2016.

Carlos soon realized that he greatly missed the workforce and decided to begin another chapter of his law enforcement career as a Lieutenant at the Pasadena City Marshals Office. In January, he decided it was time to pass the torch and planned to retire in April 2024. He feels blessed to have worked with the men and women of the Pasadena City Marshals Office and the Police Department; he met wonderful and professional individuals.

He is looking forward to spending time with his family, grandchildren, and friends, all while traveling the country with his wife of 47 years!

We congratulate Carlos as he embarks on his retirement journey after a dedicated and fulfilling career in law enforcement.

Pasadena Police Department

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