AAPOL President, Eric Carr, is a 16 year Senior Police Officer with the Houston Police Department (HPD). The past 10 years have been devoted to criminal investigation. Eric is currently an Award winning Detective assigned to HPD’s Cyber & Financial Crimes Division where he specializes in ID theft & Elder Exploitations. He teaches courses to hundreds of police cadets and peace officers annually on how to investigate financial crimes and fraud prevention to citizens. Throughout his career with HPD, President Carr has gone above and beyond the call of duty. In 2009 Det. Carr transferred from Northeast patrol division to the Burglary and Theft division. Due to his hard work and determination, in 2011 he was awarded the HPD’s Investigator of the Year award and in 2018 he received the Fraud Fighter of the Year award by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiner Houston Chapter.

Eric joined AAPOL out of academy class 182 (Motto: Eph.6:16 Take up the Shield) and after being an inactive member for years, he decided to become active and invest his talents, time and leadership ability into the organization. In 2015, he was elected as the Membership director where he helped increased the membership by signing up several new members and became an ambassador for AAPOL. In 2017 he was elected as AAPOL President were he continues to focus on helping members on and off duty, lobby legislation to improve officer benefits, and helping make AAPOL a 5 star organization that put the members first. He enjoys supporting the mission of AAPOL while working to improve the relations between our community and police.

Eric Carr has a B.S. degree in Criminal Justice from University of Houston (Downton), M.A. from PVAMU. He holds several citizen and supervisor commendations for his professionalism and commitment to excellence, including back-to-back employee of the month awards. He is a member of the: Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, The National Financial Educators Council (NFEC), Board member for Texas Lt. Governor Law Enforcement Advisory Board (2017), and Parliamentarian of the Houston Police Officers’ Union (2018).

Vice President

My name is DeAndre’ Hutchison and I am a seven year veteran police officer with HPD. I am extremely excited to represent AAPOL as your Vice President. I bring a wealth of leadership experience to this position. I served as the immediate past Treasurer and Secratary for AAPOL. I plan to use my various connections in the community to further the mission of AAPOL.  I look forward to serving our membership and the community  in what ever way possible. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me.

Peace & Blessings,

DeAndre’ Hutchison
AAPOL Vice President
C: 713.857.8634


My name is Jeremy Lahar and I have been employed by the Houston Police Department for 7 years. I am currently working out of the Department’s Public Affairs Community Outreach Unit where I have been blessed with the opportunity to reach out and build positive relationships with citizens of all ages. It is an honor to be a part of such a historical organization within the Houston Police Department. I am excited for the opportunity to gain wisdom as the Secretary as well as work in a collaborative effort to advance and promote the mission of AAPOL. I look forward to continuing to assist the members of AAPOL in any way possible as well as aid in growing the relationships between AAPOL and the community we serve as Law Enforcement Officers. Please do not hesitate to contact me.


Jeremy Lahar
AAPOL Secretary
C: 832-512-3558

“It is better to be prepared for an opportunity and not have one, then have an opportunity and not be prepared”
– Les Brown

Membership Chair

My name is Brandon Love and I have had the esteemed pleasure to serve the City of Houston as a Houston Police Officer for the past 7 years. I currently hold the position as memebership chair with AAPOL.
Throughout my tenure as membership chair, one of my main objectives is to bridge the gap between AAPOL and its colleagues. I am excited to garner new innovative ideas that will help increase membership so all members are aware of the resources provided to them if needed.

Iron sharpens iron and I believe AAPOL is ready once again to make sure the organization and its members are in pristine shape to do so.

Please give me a ring for further inquires.

Until then,

Brandon Love 
AAPOL membership chair 

Grievance Chair

Hello AAPOL Members,

I am Sharome Robinson, currently serving as Grievance Chair. I have over 28 years of service as a police officer and 15 years handling department grievances filed by employees. I also have facilitated employee concerns and employee and citizen mediations.

My goal is to have a place where our members can seek help, ask questions and hopefully receive the resolution they are seeking.

Thank you all for serving our community
and for being a part of the AAPOL Family.

I look forward to serving you all.

Sharome Robinson
Grievance Chair-Position 4
C: 832 228-8882

Sergeant At Arms

My name is Bruce Owdley, I will be serving AAPOL as your Sgt. at arms. My goal will be to ensure that our board and members are competent in parliamentary procedures.  My personal goal will be to review and update our bylaws, constitution and operating procedures to create a more efficient workflow for the organization moving forward.

Bruce Owdley
Sergeant At Arms

AAPOL Athletic Chairperson


I am Kendall Cobb – AAPOL Athletic Chairperson.
I am committed to organizing  events that will bring the community together through sports and fellowship.
My 26 years on the department has afforded me the opportunity to make many connections throughout the city. My goal is to use athletics to unite HPD with the citizens we serve.

Kendall Cobb
AAPOL Athletic Chairperson