Update Found: PPD is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Erick who is a 17-year-old high-functioning Autistic

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We are seeking the public’s assistance in locating the boy in this photo. Erick is a 17-year-old high-functioning Autistic, who left home earlier this evening without his phone. He was last seen near the apartment complex at 3120 Pasadena Blvd. at approximately 6:00 pm. Anyone with information please call the Pasadena Police Department at 713-477-1221.

 

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PPD: This week marks the annual National Coffee with a Cop Day. Wednesday, October 5th, 8-10am: Get to know the police in your area 👮

National Coffee with a Cop Day is this week!

Join us this Wednesday, October 5th, at the McDonald’s located on 4625 Fairmont Pkwy. from 8:00 am to 10:00 am. No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the officers in your neighborhood. We are looking forward to meeting with our citizens and discussing any concerns within our community.

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PPD: Today is the deadline to submit your request to have an officer attend your National Night Out party happening Tuesday Oct 4th 6-9pm 👮

Have you registered your neighborhood party yet? National Night Out is next Tuesday, October 4th, from 6 PM to 9 PM, and today is the deadline to submit your request to have an officer attend your event. We want to encourage everyone to participate in this great opportunity to get to know your neighbors and discuss concerns within your community. If you haven’t already, please register your party at the link below.

Register at https://bit.ly/3RCJPHH, or scan the QR code.

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Police Service Officers are the lifeline in the operations of a city and PPD is hiring. You don’t have to listen to my word salad, watch the video 👮

Make a difference.

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PPD awards ceremony honoring people and units for their exceptional performance, leadership, and labor of the highest caliber. Congratulations! 👊

Recently, our department held an awards ceremony to recognize many individuals and units for their outstanding performance, leadership, and exemplary work.

Chief R. Wille received a Meritorious Service award; Sergeants V. Gonzalez, K. Oliver, and Officers S. Cude, S. Espinoza, R. Flores, and J. Groce all received an Outstanding Performance Award; while the K-9 Unit received a Unit Citation Award.

The City of Pasadena, Texas – Government Special Projects Coordinator, Stanley White, was also recognized for his role in creating a wall mural for the Police Department.

We want to congratulate the award recipients and say thank you to the families, friends, and coworkers who took the time to attend and show their support.





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PPD’s National Night Out Oct 4th 2022 registration info to get your hood party on the list to chill with PPD officers. Deadline is Friday Sept 30th

National Night Out 2022 is right around the corner! This annual event provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances. Officers will be out from 6-9 pm, attending neighborhood parties. To request an officer at your party, visit https://www.pasadenatx.gov/FormCenter/Police-Department-Forms-4/National-Night-Out-Registration-Form-100 or scan the QR code below. The deadline to register is this Friday, September 30th, 2022.

For more information on how you can make your party a success, contact Officer L. Robles with the Community Services Division at 713-475-7025.

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This morning PPD joined MADD’s walk to raise funds to end drunk and drugged driving.

This morning, officers from the Pasadena Police Department joined M.A.D.D. (Mother’s Against Drunk Driving) in their walk to raise awareness and funds to end drunk driving and drugged driving.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) there is one alcohol-related death every 52 minutes in the United States. Drunk driving collisions are responsible for 10,000 deaths every year, and about 1/3 of all traffic-related deaths.

We want to thank everyone who came out to participate this year. We look forward to the next one!

For more information, please click through to the Walk Like M.A.A.D. website at https://www.walklikemadd.org.





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PPD hosted the Texas Sergeant Academy training course. Graduates represented law enforcement officers from across Texas. 👊

The Pasadena Police Department hosted the Texas Sergeant Academy training course. This program was developed and instructed by the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration – ILEA in collaboration with the Texas Municipal League. The program focuses on ethical leadership designed for law enforcement supervisors. The graduates represented law enforcement officers from across the State of Texas.

We want to thank retired Richardson Police Department Officer Frank Bradford and ILEA Deputy Director Matt Clem for organizing this excellent course. We also want to recognize our Color Guard for the presentation of colors and Chief Bruegger for his graduation address.





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Yesterday PPD upgraded three of their finest. Congratulations! 👮

Yesterday morning, the Pasadena Police Department held a promotional ceremony for three of our personnel, who earned their new ranks through a rigorous testing process.

Lieutenant Thomas Warnke was promoted to the rank of Assistant Chief and had his badge pinned on him by his wife. Sergeant Kelly Bowman was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and was pinned by her daughter. Officer Jesse Baum was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and had his Sergeant badge pinned by his wife. The ceremony was attended by their proud families, friends, and co-workers.

We would like to commend Assistant Chief Warnke, Lieutenant Bowman, and Sergeant Baum for their hard work and dedication and wish them great success in their new roles.





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PPD’s Coffee with a Cop is soon no agenda just get to know and BS with Pasadena’s finest Wednesday Oct 5th 8-10am 🚓

Save the date!

Our next Coffee with a Cop is scheduled for Wednesday, October 5, 2021. Join us at the McDonald’s located at 4625 Fairmont Parkway from 8:00 am to 10:00 am. No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the officers in your neighborhood. We hope you will join us for coffee and conversation.

For more information, contact our Community Services Division at 713-475-7025.

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PPD is predicting a traffic jam at Trees For Houston party this Saturday around Fairmont and Cunningham 8-12pm plus the BBQ cook-off.

This Saturday, September 17th LyondellBasell and Trees For Houston will be giving away trees at San Jacinto College from 8 am to 12 pm. We wanted to make our citizens aware that there may be extra traffic in the area of Fairmont Parkway and Cunningham Drive. For more information on this event, click through to their post-https://bit.ly/3B6FUeZ.

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PPD’s 7th annual Trunk or Treat will be in the City parking garage Monday Oct 31st 6-8pm 🎃

We are excited to announce that preparation for our 7th annual Trunk or Treat is in the works!

On Monday, October 31st, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, we will be at the Pasadena City Hall Parking Garage located at 1149 Ellsworth passing out candy to trick-or-treaters. We will have emergency vehicles decorated, activities for the kids, and a chance for you to visit with our officers, so save the date and bring your family to this FREE event on Halloween Night!

For more information on this or any of the community programs we are involved in, please contact the Community Services Division at 713-475-7025.

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Get your hood party set up with PPD for National Night Out Tuesday Oct 4th 6-9pm 👮

Have you registered your neighborhood party yet? National Night Out will be here before you know it! On Tuesday, October 4th, from 6 PM to 9 PM, our officers will be out attending neighborhood parties in our community. Don’t wait until it is too late! If you haven’t already, please register your party at the link below. During registration, you will be able to request a visit from an officer.

Register at https://www.pasadenatx.gov/FormCenter/Police-Department-Forms-4/National-Night-Out-Registration-Form-100 or scan the QR code.

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PPD: There are moments in time that can shape and define a nation. September 11, 2001, was one of those.

There are moments in time that can shape and define a nation. September 11, 2001, was one of those moments. May we never forget the sacrifices made by our first responders and ordinary everyday people who will forever be known as heroes. #NeverForget

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In remembrance of 9/11 H-E-B also hooked up some more local first responders and that would be Pasadena Police heroes 👊

In remembrance of 9/11, HEB’s 18th Annual Helping Heroes campaign honors first responders across Texas for their service to our communities. Thank H-E-B for stopping by and surprising us with a food donation this week and for being so committed to our Agency and our community.

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September is National Preparedness Month and PPD has a great start for you 🌀

September is National Preparedness Month, and one way you can help prepare your family for a disaster in our community is to have a plan. A good start would be to visit the City of Pasadena, Texas – Government website at https://www.pasadenatx.gov/394/Swift911 to sign up for Swift911™ emergency alerts.

Swift911™ is a system designed to make phone calls to specific people or areas in the event of an emergency or to share important information. These messages may include information on:

Evacuation orders
Fires
Floods
Missing persons
Road closures
Water emergencies
Weather emergencies

It is important for residents and business owners to provide contact information such as unlisted, unpublished, or cell phone numbers. Accurate numbers in the database help ensure emergency information is passed on in a timely manner.

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PPD: Consequences of a DWI can last a lifetime ⛓

The consequences of a DWI can last a lifetime. It can cost you up to $17,000 in fines and fees, jail time, and even impact your career. When you go out this holiday weekend, be sure to always find a sober ride. Learn more at https://www.soberrides.org/ 

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Members of the Helping Hands Ministry hooked up PPD with prayers and lunch 🙏

We want to thank the members of the Helping Hands Ministry who stopped by our station to show their support for our police department and officers. They provided everyone in attendance with a hot meal and fellowship on our police department’s front steps. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to pray for our officers, department, and leadership.



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PPD’s National Night Out is Tuesday Oct 4th 6-9pm get your hood’s party registered early 👮

Have you saved the date? National Night Out will be here before you know it! On Tuesday, October 4th, from 6 PM to 9 PM, our officers will be out attending neighborhood parties in our community. Don’t wait until it is too late! If you haven’t already, please register your party at the link below. During registration, you will be able to request a visit from an officer.

Register at https://www.pasadenatx.gov/formcenter/police-department-forms-4/national-night-out-registration-form-100 or scan the QR code.

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⚠️ PPD is doing a bomb exercise today at the Pasadena Police Range about 6:30pm ⚠️

🚨Important Information🚨 There will be a bomb exercise conducted today at the Pasadena Police Range, located at 6600 Genoa-Red Bluff. The exercise will occur at approximately 6:30 P.M. and consist of four (4) detonations, which may be heard by the surrounding residents and businesses.

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PPD Officer Jesse Thomas Hamilton End of Watch: August 21st, 2009 🙏

Officer Jesse Thomas Hamilton
End of Watch: August 21, 2009

It has been thirteen years since the loss of our friend and co-worker Officer Jesse Thomas Hamilton. Please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers today as we remember his life and the ultimate sacrifice he gave in service of others.

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Video of JJ’s birthday party set up and probably ready for the Birthday Bash. Family fun, food, adoptions, activities and meet JJ himself 🎉

Getting set up for JJ’s Birthday pawty! We are looking forward to seeing everyone today at Crenshaw Park (4950 Burke Rd.) from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

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PPD’s new hire Chief would like to remind everyone that tomorrow is JJ’s birthday party Aug 20th 10-1pm 🎉

Our friendly bloodhound, Chief, would like to remind everyone that tomorrow is JJ’s birthday pawty! Chief will be making an appearance to honor his work colleague (a.k.a. furry friend) and join in the festivities. It is a public event where friendly pets are welcome!

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PPD has space available to sign up for Crime Watch class at Madison Jobe Aug 23rd-24th 6-9pm 🕵️‍♀️

There is still space available to sign up for our Crime Watch class, which will be held at the Madison Jobe Senior Center from August 23rd – 24th. This free, two-day course will be held on two consecutive evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

To register for the course, please visit our website at https://www.pasadenatx.gov/FormCenter/Police-Department-Forms-4/Crime-Watch-Course-89 or scan the code below.

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PPD’s fallen brother sign dedication ceremony for Detective Pedro “Pete” Mejia, who lost his battle with COVID-19 on February 6, 2021 🙏🏻

We recently held a sign dedication ceremony for our fallen brother, Detective Pedro “Pete” Mejia, who lost his battle with COVID-19 on February 6, 2021.

Pete displayed the highest of standards in professionalism, as he was known for the quality of his work and his willingness to help others. He had a friendly and polite bearing, which inspired everyone around him. His exceptional work ethic and informal leadership were founded on a great compassion for the community that he faithfully and selflessly served.

This ceremony officially renamed the section of Jenkins Road between Davis Street and Strawberry Road as “Pedro Mejia Memorial Drive.” This street sign not only honors his memory, it also serves as a reminder of his sacrifice for those of us who will traverse this section of the roadway.





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Get your neighborhood involved with PPD’s National Night out Tuesday Oct 4th 6-9pm

National Night Out will be here before you know it. Are you hosting a party? Are you interested in having officers attend your party? This annual event provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances. Officers will be out from 6-9 pm, attending neighborhood parties. To request an officer at your party, visit ppdtx.com or scan the QR code below.

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Officer Garza organized the 7th Annual Backpack Giveaway with 120 backpacks packed full last Saturday 🎒

It’s that time of year again when kids are returning to school, gathering school supplies, and excited for what the year may bring.

On Saturday, August 13, 2022 Officer Garza organized the 7th Annual Backpack Giveaway. This year, he was again joined by fellow officers, members of the Pasadena City Council, local businesses, and community members to donate 120 backpacks full of supplies and provide door prizes for local school children.

We want to extend our gratitude to Officer Garza, Officer K. Robertson, members of the Community Services Division, Councilmen Thomas Schoenbien, Councilman Orlando Ybarra, Councilman Jonathan Estrada, Councilwoman Bianca Valerio, former Councilman Bruce Leamon, Chief Josh Bruegger, and Sergeant Craig Hamilton for their continued support of this program.

We want to also convey our gratitude to David Tong, director of the BP Foundation, Action Towing, Wal-Mart (1107 Shaver), Starbucks (Beltway 8 @ Spencer Highway), Chevron Pasadena Refinery, and Mr. & Mrs. Realty (Joe and Valerie Reyes), for their participation and generous donations.





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Update his parents have been found he’s home 🚨 PPD found a child off Cherrybrook 🚨

*FOUND CHILD*

The child in the picture below was found at 2600 Cherrybrook Ln. He said his name is William and he is 11, but could not tell us where he lives. We are checking the area for his parent(s).

If you have any information that could help us, please call 713-477-1221.

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You wanna be the best you have to run with them. PPD’s Civil Service Exam example 👮

We want to thank everyone who came out to take our Civil Service Exam. We appreciate your interest in becoming a member of the Pasadena Police Department. We had 145 people turn out to take the first step towards becoming a cadet in our 82nd Modified and 83rd Basic Academies.

We would like to congratulate those who made it to the next step in the process and wish you luck on the physical agility test. For those who did not advance, we encourage you to keep checking back for our next exam, which we will post on our Facebook page and our website at https://www.pasadenatx.gov/702/Chiefs-Welcome as soon as it is scheduled.

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PPD’s finest get thrown a curve ball helping a stranded motorist

In law enforcement, you never know what your day will bring. Two of our evening shift patrol officers recently stopped to assist a stranded motorist who just happened to have a famous Hedgehog in tow. This little Hedgehog was headed to an important photo shoot at the Battleship Texas. Harv the Hedgehog found stardom when he was rescued during Hurricane Harvey. Since then, he has had many adventures and even has his own Instagram page. We want to thank Officers Tabor and Guitierrez for ensuring that Harv made it on his way safely. #hedgehogharvey

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Yesterday afternoon PPD’s Chief Bruegger stopped by Fill the Bus to do so 👮

Yesterday afternoon Chief Bruegger stopped by the City of Pasadena, Texas – Government Fill the Bus School Supply Drive to drop off a few items. This is always a great opportunity to give back to our community. We want to wish all of our kids a safe and happy 2022 school year!



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First step to become a PPD Officer is taking the Civil Service Exam and registration for it ends this Friday Aug 5th 👮

Friday, August 5, 2022, is the last day to register for the upcoming Civil Service Exam. This exam is the first step in the hiring process to become a Pasadena Police Officer. Visit https://www.pasadenatx.gov/702/Chiefs-Welcome to sign up today!

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PPD and crew appreciates and thanks everyone who came out last night to support the Special Olympics Texas 📷👊

We would like to thank everyone who came out last night to support the Special Olympics Texas – Greater Houston Area at this year’s Tip a Cop program. We had a great turnout and were blessed to have the assistance of some of the Special Olympics athletes, who graciously helped us serve our community. Thanks to Texas Roadhouse (Pasadena, Tx) for allowing us to come together to support this worthy cause.





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PPD’s canine JJ is having his 7th Birthday pawty at Crenshaw Park by the Animal Shelter. Saturday Aug 20th 10-1pm

For the last seven years, JJ has held a special place in our hearts and our community. From the first day we adopted him from the Pasadena Animal Shelter, we knew he was something special. So, we have partnered with the Pasadena Animal Shelter to honor him on his seventh birthday.

Please join us at Crenshaw Park Saturday, August 20th, from 10 am – 1 pm as we celebrate with our community. There will be food, games, dog grooming, adoptions, and more!

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Good news, the Pasadena Police Department is offering a free workshop on crime prevention to Pasadenians August 23rd-24th 6-9pm 👮

The Pasadena Police Department will host a FREE crime prevention course for our citizens.

This course is two nights of education, engagement, and enlightenment on how our citizens can positively impact their safety and security. This course will be tailored for those residing in our community’s apartment homes. Participants of this course will learn how to become more aware of their surroundings and the actions they can take when they witness criminal activity. Having citizens invested in their community makes for safer neighborhoods.

Classes will be held at Madison Jobe Senior Center, located at 1700 Thomas Ave., from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm for two consecutive nights, August 23rd-24th. Registration is now open, and you can sign up by visiting us at PPDTX.com or scanning the QR code on the attached flyer.

For more information, please contact the Community Services Division at 713-475-7025.

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PPD Traffic Alert! Please avoid the area of 600 E Sam Houston Pkwy. South. Officers are on the scene of a major crash northbound ⚠️

++Traffic Alert++ Please avoid the area of 600 E Sam Houston Pkwy. South. Officers are on the scene of a major crash that occurred in the northbound main lanes. Expect traffic delays in the area. Follow us on Twitter @PasadenPDTX.


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Hang out with PPD for “Tip a Cop” at Texas Roadhouse this Thursday July 28th to help with donations for Special Olympics 📺🏅

Don’t forget to join us for “Tip a Cop” at Texas Roadhouse in PasadenaTX this Thursday, July 28, 2022, from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

Officers from the Pasadena Police Department will be teaming up with the staff to serve you and collect donations for Special Olympics Texas – Greater Houston Area. All donations will help support athletes in our community, so come by and enjoy a good meal for a good cause.

For more information on other ways to donate or participate, click the links below.
https://www.sotx.org/tip-a-cop

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🚨 PPD: We are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 42-year-old Janet Fisher⚠️🚨

We are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 42-year-old Janet Fisher, who was last seen in the 700 block of Thomas Ave. on Sunday, July 17th. A neighbor nearby observed Janet get into a grey car (unknown make and model) at approximately 3:00 pm. Her caretaker advised that Janet is unable to provide basic information such as her address or be able to articulate where she lives.

If you see Janet or have any information about her whereabouts, please contact the Pasadena Police Department at 713-477-1221.

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Join PPD for “Tip a Cop” at Texas Roadhouse Thursday July 28th 5-9pm donations benefiting Special Olympics Pasadena. 🥩

Save the Date! Join us for “Tip a Cop” at Texas Roadhouse in Pasadena TX on Thursday, July 28, 2022, from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Officers from the Pasadena Police Department will be teaming up with the staff to serve you and collect donations for Special Olympics Texas – Greater Houston Area. All donations will help support athletes in our community, so come by and enjoy a good meal for a good cause.

For more information on other ways to donate or participate, click on the link below.

https://www.sotx.org/tip-a-cop

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It’s National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month in July to bring awareness to racial minority community struggles.

National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month is observed in July to bring awareness to racial and ethnic minority communities’ struggles regarding mental illness in the U.S. Click the link below for more information and resources. https://minorityhealth.hhs.gov/minority-mental-health/

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PPD Missing Person: She was last seen around noon 2700 Lafferty area wearing black pants, pink shoes, and glasses. Help if you can ⚠️🚨

**Missing Person** The individual depicted in this post was last seen around noon earlier today in the area of 2700 Lafferty. She suffers from an Intellectual Disability and Autism and was described as wearing black pants, pink shoes, and glasses. If found, please call our dispatch center at 713-477-1221.

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Update: PPD media release about the guy who shot his girlfriend Monday July 11th.

“In the early morning hours of Monday, July 11, 2022, we investigated a shooting at 4029 Burke Road. Please see the Media Release for further information.”

“On Monday, July 11, 2022, shortly before 3:30 am, our dispatch center received a call of a shooting at 4029 Burke Road, Apartment #4311. The caller reported that he had accidentally shot his girlfriend, whom he believed was an intruder. Upon officers’ arrival, they located the victim, later identified as 23-year-old Chrisheena Lamontrici, who had suffered multiple gunshot wounds. Responding officers immediately began providing emergency first aid to the woman, who was ultimately flown by Life Flight helicopter to Memorial Hermann Hospital for further treatment; however, she later succumbed to her injuries. While this is still an ongoing investigation, the Harris County District Attorney’s office has accepted a charge of Manslaughter against the suspect, who is identified as 22year-old Bobby Wolfe – depicted below. ”

Woman shot and killed by boyfriend who thought there was a criminal in their Ashmore apartment.

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Road closure PPD crash investigators at 3100 Space Center for a few hours. Avoid the area. ⚠️

**Road Closure** Our crash investigators will be in the area of 3100 Space Center for a few hours, beginning at 9 am. All northbound lanes will be closed entirely during this time. Please avoid the area as traffic will be severely impacted.

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Class 81 of the Pasadena Police Academy started their journey today on their way to becoming Pasadena PD Officers. Congratulations! 👊

Today, Pasadena Police Academy Class 81 began their journey to becoming Pasadena PD Officers. Chief Josh Bruegger and the staff officially welcomed them, and immediately after, they learned what academy life will be like for the next 33 weeks!




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PPD taking additional proactive training for active shooter situations that may happen in one of our schools. 🚔

Active shooter situations are always terrifying and tragic, especially if they occur in one of our schools. As such, we wanted to update our community on the steps we are taking to ensure our officers receive the best training and equipment possible to aid in our response to these scenarios. While our personnel have received extensive shooter and active shooter training in the past, they will be attending a mandatory Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training Active Shooter course prior to the start of the next school year. We have partnered with the Pasadena Independent School District Police Department, whose officers are also training alongside our personnel. This will allow a unified and coordinated response should there be a threat to any of our schools. In addition, we are purchasing breaching tools, ballistic shields, and emergency medical equipment to further aid our officers and enhance any necessary response.





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PPD’s Assistant Chief of Police Rick Styron has retired after 41+ years with the department. Congratulations!

Please join us in congratulating Assistant Chief of Police Rick Styron on his recent retirement from our department. Rick has served our department for more than 41 years. During his tenure, he was promoted up through the ranks to Assistant Chief of Police – a position he has held for the past five years. As he progressed through the ranks, he spent time working in patrol, various investigative positions, and in an administrative capacity. He has remained steadfast in his commitment to serving our community with compassion throughout the years, and he is known for his friendly and composed demeanor. He was once asked what he loved most about being a police officer, and he said that he loved serving our community and helping people, whether it be a citizen or a colleague. While he is beginning a new chapter in his life and will be missed, he will always be a part of our police family. Congratulations, Rick, and we wish you well in all your future endeavors!





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PPD 2022 Summer Kid’s Camp reflections and the friends made 👊

As the 2022 Summer Kid’s Camp has ended, we are reflecting on all of the memories we made! This camp was an excellent opportunity for us to engage with our community on a more personal level and for the kids to see our officer’s sociable and fun side. We especially want to thank the generous staff at Pomeroy Elementary for allowing us to use their facility as a home base for our camp. Thank you to all of the contributors and businesses that helped make this year’s camp a success. Jason’s Deli, Chick-fil-A, Subway, McDonald’s, Houston Zoo, Peter Piper Pizza, PHI Air Medical





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The PPD is looking to hire the best Telecommunicator and Detention Officers 👮

The Pasadena Police Department is currently hiring Telecommunicator/Detention Officers.

Applicants must pass CritiCall testing, the Nelson-Denny reading comprehension and vocabulary test, and a typing test designed to gauge the applicant’s data entry skills. Additional applicant screening includes a physical and psychological examination and an oral review board.

To apply, please visit https://bit.ly/3bUnxRB.

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