Detective experience cases involving con-men/women
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
I am a Development Associate at a TV Production Company based in Los Angeles and we're looking for retired police detectives with experience in cases involving con-men/women or related crimes for a new TV series AND hope you can share with your members our attached casting notice.

We are INE Entertainment, a major US television production company and with Harlan Freedman (our Casting/Development Executive Producer), we develop, sell, produce mainstream family friendly TV series for A&E and Discovery I.D. to other major TV networks

There are NO COSTS to any businesses or person to participate in this TV opportunity, in fact, the networks PAYS THOSE IN THE TV SHOW, and participation could only lead to positive national PUBLICITY for individuals involved.

As you know, there certainly are lackluster reality TV series on the air today, but INE Entertainment prides itself with producing only the highest quality, family friendly TV-series that always benefit any person, business or community involved. 

If you need more information, please feel free to contact us... AND HOPEFULLY, you can share our attached casting notice with your members.

Thank You

Ushmey CK
Development Associate
INE Entertainment
818-276-2200    X104

Chuck Kennedy's Spouse
Monday, May 14, 2018

Employment Notice
Tuesday, February 13, 2018


February 12, 2018




 Project Manager Position Opening, Houston Texas




AAY Security is currently accepting resumes for the position of Project Manager at a Houston based facility. The position will report directly to AAY’s Regional Manager Gulf Coast.


Eligible candidates must possess the following:


•     Must have served in a supervisory position or have 2 or more years supervisor experience at an MTSA-regulated facility and demonstrated competency in executing all federally-mandated security requirements as outlined in 33 CFR.

•     Minimum of three years honorable service in the armed forces and/or three

years’ experience as a law enforcement officer.

•     Must possess exceptional written and oral communication, as well as good interpersonal skills

•     Ability to work effectively with both client representatives and AAY corporate leadership to best manage this contract

•     Experience in scheduling personnel and minimizing non-billable overtime

•     Have the ability to mentor employees, direct activity, and lead by example Demonstrated ability of sound judgement in times of crisis and able to independently carry out required responsibilities in high-pressure situations

•     Adaptable personality that can easily accommodate changes to workflow

•     Able to conduct administrative investigations in the event of safety incidents, security incidents, or personnel incidents and compose a root cause analysis

•     Minimum education requirement is an Associates Degree or higher is preferred Interested applicants should submit a resume to Amanda Kohut

AAY is an Equal Opportunity Employer 4749 N. Twin City Highway, Suite 220

Port Arthur, TX 77642 | P: (409) 548-0232

Wednesday, November 29, 2017
I am writing some stories that are loosely based on my father, E.J. Stutts, who was one of the original eight narcotics agents in Texas. I am searching for information about drug busts in Texas from the mid-50s to mid-60's. For example, I heard about a large drug bust at the Houston Ship Channel in 1966, but have not been able to find details about this event.

If you have any information that I could review, that would be wonderful!

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 U     Margo Stutts Toombs A winner is just a loser who tried one more time...

The Old Jail
Saturday, July 15, 2017
We would like to invite all your members to visit our Inn at the Old Jail next time you are in New Orleans. Located in the historic old police jail and patrol station in Treme, it has been restored into a 9 room inn. Please visit us at and see how this old jail is still serving our community.
 Raul Canache

59 Ford
Friday, June 9, 2017
Hello All,
We're still looking for a '59 Ford  OR..... a '56, '57, '58 or
'59 to make a "clone" Dayton Police car for the Dayton Police and Fire
Museum that we're working on with the city. Please forward to anyone who you
know that might have a lead on such a car.
Needless to say we would like for the car to have good glass and chrome and
a body that is not a "rust basket" but something that we could work with to
make a "clone" Dayton Police Unit. Our Committee does not have a lot of
money to spend on this project so somethng within our price range would be
On behalf of the Dayton Police & Fire Museum Committee, I thank you for
anything you may be able to do to help. We hope to have such a car to move
into the museum which will be the soon to be vacated Dayton Police Station
when they move into their new facility on Hwy. 321 in Dayton by the end of
Ken DeFoor
Dayton Police & Fire Museum Committee
(713) 202-3404

Officer Involved
Thursday, February 16, 2017
I'm Patrick W. Shaver and I'm the director of the upcoming documentary 'Officer Involved.' This is a documentary that explores what the police officer experiences after he or she goes through a shooting. A police officer myself, my wife and I filmed the movie over more than two years by meeting with officers and experts across the country. I'm reaching out because we are going to be in Houston on 2/24 for a screening of our film that will be hosted by SpindleTap Brewery at 6:30pm. It is the Houston-area premiere of Officer Involved and we'd love if you were to share the information with HPROA members. I'm providing some links to some of our news articles as well as a flyer. 

Thanks for your time! 

Take Care. Be Safe - 

Patrick W. Shaver
Director, Officer Involved 

Sandy Kline
Monday, February 13, 2017
I was researching about the Waco sergeant who was killed in 1976 and the killer being up for parole. 

Every three years. That is what the widow has to face with parole hearings. Doing it again. Like ripping the scab off a wound each time.

At any rate, here is a good article from 2014 (last parole time) that gives a bit more explanation of the situation. If the guy was 80 years old, who cares if he is paroled. He is only 63.    

Seeking Harold Martin Jones
Monday, January 23, 2017
From:Kathleen Hunnicutt
Contact Preference:Email
Message:I am trying to find an office that would have retired a few years ago. I know you cannot give me private information, but if you could tell me how to get a message to him, I would appreciate it. Harold Martin Jones is the officer, birthday January 3rd, I believe 1957. He was originally from Florida. Thank you for any help you might be able to offer. 

A messaage from ArtAcevedo Chief ofPolice
Wednesday, December 14, 2016

It is with a heavy heart that I write to inform you that retired EAC Kirk Munden quietly passed away last night. Kirk was surrounded by his loving family and close friends when he was called home.

Those of us that knew Kirk knew him as a great cop, leader, husband, father and friend.Sadly, he was taken from us way too soon and will be truly missed. Recently, Kirk personally gave me the greatest gift by agreeing to come back to Houston PD and serve as Chief of Staff for 24 months to help with our transition. That's the kind of man he was, he cared deeply for HPD and the people of Houston so much that he was willing to come back and serve again.

Although I and all of you will miss Kirk, his passing has strengthened my resolve to do my best to serve you and the people of Houston in a manner worthy of Kirk's approval.

I urge everyone to keep Kirk, his family, friends and colleagues in your thoughts and prayers. I also urge you all to continue to serve in a manner that honors Kirk and our long history of excellence. Lastly, his passing is a reminder of how delicate and fleeting life is, so please take a moment to love and appreciate the many blessings life brings us.

Our Family Assistance Unit will be coordinating memorial services with the Munden family with details to follow.

As always, be safe and do not hesitate to call me if I can be of service.

With Heavy Heart,

Chief ofPolice
HoustonPolice Department

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