Minutes for the November 2 Membership Meeting
Douglas Griffith called the meeting to order with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Meeting dedication for Officer Jerry Keith Stowe, EOW September 20th, 2000.
Gary Hicks – running for Precinct #7 Constable, endorsed by HPOU PAC
My Fit Foods representatives
Representatives from Senator Ted Cruz’s Office
PATROL OFFICER OF THE MONTH / INVESTIGATOR OFFICER OF THE MONTH
Officer of the month – Officer Thomas Hitz with Northeast CST.
Investigator of the month – Officer Tyler Siegue with Narcotics (announced next meeting).
The motion to accept the treasury report was made by Ken Nealy, second by Art Mejia, motion carried. The report is available upon request from Tim Butler.
Board elections are over and new members take office in January.
Crime Lab update on their issues. Unacceptable delay for their testing and results and evidence procedures. New policy out with submissions through city.
Veteran’s Days events are going on all over town and open to all officers along with a breakfast at the Union. Any questions please contact the Union.
Please give monthly to PAC if you are not already doing so.
Officers in crisis, how can we help? Tell people about the problem. City policy needs to change. AA meetings have started at union hall.
Resources are there but do not need about everything and need to know about things.
Shut down rumors and get the truth out.
ATO has ongoing fundraisers. The golf tournament was a great success. Thank you to Tim Whitaker and David Vasquez.
HPOU Family Picnic is November 11th.
Remember to sign up for Online ID protection on the 3rd floor.
If you want to submit an article to the Badge & Gun, please email it to Info@HPOU.org and if it chosen you will receive a gift card.
If you want to take pictures with BARC for the PR campaign, then contact Dan Levine.
HPOU app for your phone updated in the google play and the app store, website too.
Minutes are at HPOU.ORG.
HPOU provides free online ID protection, please sign up.
All active members with HPOU are members of FOP Lodge 110. Medical benefits available. Questions with cards see Kawanski Nichols.
Reminder city email and city phones are open records request eligible.
Personal injury attorney for family and friends if they need to sure contact Kherkher Garcia.
If you need a will, contact Fulton Broemer, they will do it for free.
Combined insurance provided by HPOU, check plans and rates if interested.
Peer Support is live, contact HOPA, 832-200-3499.
See Public Safety Financial Group (PSFG) if you are thinking about retiring.
PPI issues on going and will be addressed soon.
Next meeting is Thursday, December 7th.
All of Class 261
Motion by Rhonda Williams, seconded by Ken Nealy, motion carried.
Doug announced the door prizes.
Ken Nealy made a motion to adjourn the meeting, second by Rhonda Williams, motion passed.
Minutes prepared by Joey Dunn