Adrian Garcia

@SheriffGarcia

Harris County Sheriff

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Attending "Law Enforcement and Society" training program at the Houston Holocaust Museum. Very fascinating, but tragic.

Invited to offer a keynote address at the HCCS Law Enforcement Cadet Class 11-C that is graduating tonight! Contracts!

What an incredible dedication to God to have given 25 yrs of his life and of his family to save the least and the lost!

This is a full room of folks that are helping to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Mike Barber's prison ministry! Wow!

Father Sal shares a blessing over Minerva and James at the end of mass in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary!

HCSO Mounted Patrol ready to celebrate the Holiday Season in this year's Thanksgiving Day parade!

Getting ready to get my Turkey on! Happy Thanksgiving Harris County!

One suspect is still at large, PATRICK WAYNE SIMMONS! There is a $35,000 still available for anyone with information!

Announcing with the FBI that 8 bank robbers are in custody for the robbery where HCSO Sgt Ellison was shot in Aug.

Congratulations to Reserve Class BR2-2010!

Listening to "Dr" Shah who is an MD and found the time and energy to add Reserve Deputy to his list of accomplishments!

Going on the Fox 26 show "The Black Voice" to discuss HCSO safety initiatives. Jose Grinan is always a great host!

Our Local Hero Deputy Edward Aldridge being recognized by Bank of America for his work with Junior Achievement. We are so.proud of him!

Attending Bank of America's Neighborhood Excellence Initiative Awards event where HCSO Deputy Aldridge is being recognized as a Local Hero!

Attending the 5th annual Candlelight Vigil to remember those who lost their lives to drug or alcohol. Councilmember Gonzalez is also making remarks on behalf of the city.

Listening to County Commissioner Jack Cagle speak to HCSO command staff members on leadership at our conference.

Mayor Pro Tem Ed Gonzalez joining me to help announce the Mental Health Walk for Awareness along with others who care!

The names of the victims of homicide and vehicular crimes are being read at the National Day of Rememberance, touching.

I'm attending the National Day of Rememberance at City Hall, opening remarks are being made by my friend Andy Kahan.

Area residents attending the Law Enforcement Expo at the Greenspoint Mall and engaging the HCSO and other law enforcement agencies! A great day!

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