• CMC donation for ATO
    by gabriela@policetrust.com on October 7, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    Please, consider donating to Assist the Officer in 2022 to help your brothers and sisters in blue during their most difficult times — all it takes is a simple form!  Email all forms to ggregory@assisttheofficer.com by October 29 (2022 CMC Contribution Form).    

  • As the deadline looms, there are still no answers from the city
    by gabriela@policetrust.com on October 7, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    We have been working very hard on the latest “mandate” from the mayor.  The very first time we heard about the mayor wanting to have vaccine mandates was during a weekly City Council meeting when he stated that he was looking into all city employees get vaccinated.  We immediately began to research if this was

  • Bill Jeffrey’s daughter Lacie courageously eulogizes her dad
    by gabriela@policetrust.com on October 7, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    We shall start with one of the two eulogists at Jeffrey’s Sept. 27 celebration of life at Grace Church on the Gulf Freeway, the all-too-familiar scene of eulogies for the department’s fallen officers of the past four years. Lacie Jeffrey, the fallen hero’s only child, stood strong and steadied before her fellow mourners, and began

  • Bruce is still available to adopt!
    by gabriela@policetrust.com on October 7, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    Meet Bruce (A1367282) this week’s #PawsandPatrol pick! Join us in also thanking Ms. Lisa, the executive assistant for the Houston Police Officers Union, for helping us highlight Bruce. Bruce is available and ready to be adopted! He is a Labrador mix and believed to be about five years old. He is a sweet boy who

  • Interested in being a leader?
    by gabriela@policetrust.com on September 2, 2021 at 1:01 pm

    Leadership is a word tossed around by many to label the head of an organization.  But what is a real leader?  Is it a chief of police, is it the commander at the station, or is it the hard worker on your shift? There are plenty of supervisors out there who think they are “leaders.”