Houston, TX Highway Patrol

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1. Highway Patrol Museum

8209 Long Point RdHouston, TX 77055

(713) 722-0379
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2. Highway Patrol

12230 West RdJersey Village, TX 77065

(281) 517-1333
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3. Highway Patrol

7710 Will Clayton PkwyHumble, TX 77338

(281) 446-4495
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4. Highway Patrol

111 Tristar DrWebster, TX 77598

(281) 990-0599
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5. Highway Patrol

19818 Franz RdKaty, TX 77449

(281) 599-0131
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Coalition Of Police & Sheriff
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Harris County Sheriffs Office
Laura H. rated

High volume low overhead. As harris county patrol unit aqua car paint graces the walls of dallas residencies, private citizens are penniless and abducted into a county from which they have no residency. Broke?Abducted with Ben Taub helicopter?Living in a jail fire container? That is courtesy of reliant energy post austin water/fire container robberies. welcome to your home at frequency 41.4 w all monies guaranteed to Harris County sheriff. Lead poisoning free w aqua paint

Harris County Tax Collector
Rebecca T. rated

The sheriff deputy came into a sport's bar and detained everyone for an hour. Very rude and I understand they have to do there job I thought they were supposed to help

Houston Police Department
Lilia L. rated

There was an incident, disturbing the peace last Friday night on 77019, 4 officers showed up after our call, and 2 officer a male and a female stayed behind . These are the most professional people that I have ever seen. My compliments to this department. Thank you

Adkins Bee Removal
Russel L. rated

I am extremely pleased with your bee removal and house repair services. The entire process was performed professionally and courteously from the initial quote to completion. Ron Cox and his crew (Mary and Jesus) did a fantastic job and I couldn't be happier. Ron explained the process before the job, keep me informed throughout and there were no surprises. The entire job was completed in only a few hours and if I didn't know where they had entered the wall to extract the bees, I wouldn't be able to tell. The entry repair looks great. Job well done by Adkins Bee Removal.Thanks for the excellent service!R. LangfordThe Woodlands, Texas

Jacinto City- City Police Department
anonymous_0911 rated

I have been a resident of Jacinto City for 25 years. These so-called "police officers" are the most incompetent, inexperienced staff of police officers I have ever dealt with or seen. They can often be seen hiding behind bushes or in the parking lot of vacant buildings alongside Market & Holland (not patrolling). JCPD is responsible for patrolling Tinseltown Theater & with a K-9 officer on duty, my car was still broken into & my car was parked directly in front of the theater in the 1st row! Although the city is extremely small with an estimated population of around 10,000 residents, the streets are a horrible mess due to insane amounts of pot holes, lack of street bumps for residential streets that many drivers prefer to cut through to avoid the main/busy streets, which make it dangerous for our kids as they are exiting the bus to walk home, drainage systems that do not function properly which cause streets to easily flood and not to mention, lack of amenities in the area (restaurants, shops & stores). Due to the small amount of population, I do not see why there is a reason to employ over 25-30 worthless police offers. Instead of writing countless amounts of ridiculous traffic tickets to make up for the revenue of the city, a sensible budget cut in the amount of rookie officers being employed year after year is the answer. The city is not crime-ridden & with the exeption of the JCPD somehow allowing a HANDCUFFED man to steal their police car and shotgun from the trunk 2 years ago, the CAPTAIN (Captain Demont) being charged with molesting a 13 year old girl & councilman Chris Ochoa being pulled over for speeding & DWI & then being let go by JCPD, the area is pretty much safe with not a lot of crime history (other than the scandals within the Police Dept & councilmembers). The City Hall has allowed this once small, clean, & quaint town to fall from the category of middle class. Can you believe Animal Control doesn't even respond to calls about stray cats??? Which is the #1 issue as far as strays in the area. The City of Jacinto City is in need of a huge facelift from the Police Dept to Councilmembers in the City Hall. Those members may not be as concerned or aware of these issues because they may not actually live in the area, but the opinion of a longtime resident should be taken into consideration.