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HARRIS COUNTY Address

Harris County Jail
1200 BAKER STREET
HOUSTON, TX
77002

HARRIS COUNTY Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 8967
Inmate Capacity: 1072
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 2064
Total Staff Salaries: $125,222,696

Phone:(713) 755-6044

Harris County Sheriff's Office
Harris County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, June 29th, 2017 at 12:05pm
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office will offer an inside look at Texas’ largest Sheriff's department with the continuation of the Citizen’s Police Academy program. A 13-week program, the Citizen’s Police Academy is designed to give Harris County residents knowledge of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, which adds a level to the law enforcement and community relationship that is vital for the protection and safety of our communities.

Patrol procedures, homeland security, gang awareness, among other topics, are discussed during weekly Thursday night meetings for a 13-week span.

Graduates of the academy play a vital role in their community by improving communication between residents and law enforcement and by providing local input and support throughout the county. For those interested in this program, the next academy will begin on Aug. 10 at Kingwood Second Baptist Church.

Enrollment is limited. Residents interested in participating in the academy may pick up an application at any HCSO storefront, the link below or by contacting the HCSO at 713-759-9454. Applications are due July 27th!
Harris County Sheriff's Office
Harris County Sheriff's Office added 4 new photos.Thursday, June 29th, 2017 at 8:00am
Over the past year, you may have seen an influx of blue lights spread throughout Harris County neighborhoods. These lights hang on the front of homes, illuminating the night. As it turns out, the lights represent a message for Harris County patrol deputies. The message is simple, sincere: We are here to support you.

Harris County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Brawner, who patrols District IV (west side), is perhaps the most in-tune with these blue lights as he has been responding to them for about a year now. Anytime Brawner notices a house in his patrol area displaying the blue light, he takes a single piece of paper with the prepared message:

“Blue Light
While you were sleeping, I was patrolling your neighborhood. Your blue light did not go unnoticed. I promise we are holding the line the best we can. Thank you for your support of law enforcement. We, brothers and sisters in blue, appreciate you.
Semper Fi
Sergeant Brawner”

Amy G., a local resident who displays the blue light in front of her and her husband’s house 24/7, says that the blue light is to show support for law enforcement. Furthermore, the blue light is a promise to law enforcement that their house is a “safe house” … a house where they can retreat to in times of peril, or perhaps just stop in for a cup of coffee.

Recently Sergeant Brawner was able to meet with Amy and husband because they wanted to personally express their thanks. We <3 this county! Thank you for the support, it really does mean so much to our troops.
Harris County Sheriff's Office
Harris County Sheriff's Office added 6 new photos.Thursday, June 29th, 2017 at 4:04am
Everyday heroes. The victim is safe, without injury, & full of life.

Harris County Sheriff’s Office deputies on Sunday rescued a woman from drowning in the San Jacinto River. Deputies Flores, Nason, Romero, Lewis, and Peace were called to 17433 River Road after bystanders reported that a woman was shouting for help while struggling in the water about 100 yards from shore.

Deputy Flores noticed the woman’s head bobbing in and out of the water with an arm swinging in the air. Deputy Nason and Deputy Flores immediately entered the water, swam to the woman, and brought her back to shore. EMS treated Deputy Nason for minor cuts he sustained in the water.

This is the job, folks. Day in and day out, they risk their lives so we can enjoy ours. The HCSO is beyond proud of Deputies Flores, Lewis, Nason, Peace and Romero, and grateful to first responders everywhere.
Harris County Sheriff's Office
Harris County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, June 28th, 2017 at 8:21am
So proud of our renowned re-entry team. Participants are more than just inmates; they're people, too. The programs led by Dr. Herring offer hope to all involved.

Thanks, Houston Chronicle.
Harris County Sheriff's Office
Harris County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Wednesday, June 28th, 2017 at 6:00am
Since the heat has hit in 2017, 16 children have died from being left in an unattended vehicle. All 16 were preventable tragedies.
Let's not get to #17. Look before you lock: where's baby?