Today, Constable Mark Herman and his staff met with all Police Chiefs of the Independent School Districts within Precinct 4. Precinct 4 covers 522 square miles in north Harris County and has five major school districts within the precinct.
The group went over team collaboration for each of the school districts, which included, police strategies for the upcoming school year to keep our children safe.
The Constable’s Office will be dedicating close to 300 additional patrol deputies to aid the School District Police Chief’s current layer of protection to ensure a safe learning environment for our kids.
“Many of these schools are directly in the areas our deputies currently patrol. School checks and traffic enforcement in school zones will become a part of our daily duties as in years past,” said Constable Mark Herman.
The Spring Independent School District will be the first to open their schools for the new school year next Wednesday. The other districts will begin the following week.
These law enforcement professionals recognize teamwork and open communications is paramount in their success and protection of our children.
Also in attendance was Fire Marshall Laurie Christensen, Pct 5 Asst. Chief Terry Allbritten, and Tomball PD Captain Ricky Dorree
Pic Sitting from left to right : Spring ISD Chief Victor Mitchell, Aldine ISD Chief Craig Goralski, Cyfair ISD Chief Eric Mendez, Klein ISD David Kimberly, and Humble ISD Chief Solomon Cook. ( Constable Herman and team standing)