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1 week ago

AAPOL Houston

Relational Policing: AAPOL and HPD Public Affairs Officers teamed up with Sandra Massie Hines- Honorary Mayor of Sunnyside & Pretta Vandible-Stallworth at the East Macedonia American Baptist Church COVID-19 Free Face Mask Distribution.

We handed out free PPE masks, safety information for our seniors, and recruiting information in our community.

Thank you to everyone who came out to support today.

#realcommunitypolicing #relationalpolicing #stoptheviolence
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3 weeks ago

AAPOL Houston

Fort Bend County members and Friends early voting starts June 29th-July 10th. Please get out the vote for Retired HPD Sr. Officer and Former AAPOL President Eric Fagan for Sheriff

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3 weeks ago

AAPOL Houston

🗣🗣 AAPOL is screaming Happy Father's Day to every Dad, Step-dad, Grand-dad, Uncle, Mentor, and any man who has stepped up to guide our youth! This is your day, please enjoy it! ✊🏾💯 #happyfathersday #daddyday #daddydaycare #pops #dad #aapol ...

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3 weeks ago

AAPOL Houston

Happy Juneteenth!

These are a few of HPD’s pioneer Black Officers. Although treated as second-class citizens during a time when segregation was still prevalent, they upheld the honor and responsibility of the badge. Back during segregation Black officers were forced to drink from separate water fountains inside the police stations, they could not arrest White citizens, and often did not get assistance from fellow White officers. Thankfully, at that time, Black citizens from the neighborhoods they served would often times help the officers when they attempted to arrest hostile suspects or needed help. These officers were living examples of real community policing as they walked their beats with pride, and took the time to get to know everyone in their beats by name. The Black community admired Black officers as they exemplified hope and pride in the community. They were honored to protect and serve the communities where they lived.
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