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U.S. Department of Justice
Office of Community Oriented Policing Services
The COPS Office is pleased to feature the Harris County (Texas) Constable Precinct 3 (HCC3) as the November 2019 winner of the Community Policing in Action Photo Contest. The winning photo features HCC3 Deputy Douglas Johnson, who stopped in for a quick bite to eat at a restaurant when he met the young man pictured. The young man challenged Deputy Johnson to a game of chess.
The Harris County Constable Precinct 3 is located near Houston in Channelview, Texas. The town is home to over 40,000 people and growing in population every year. According to its website, the HCC3’s mission is to maintain a partnership with its diverse community by “providing effective, efficient, and professional law enforcement services” to each individual it serves. The department outlines its values through the acronym I C.A.R.E.: Integrity, Courage, Accountable, Respect, and Ethical. HCC3 is led by Constable Sherman Eagleton, a longtime resident of Harris County with a law enforcement career spanning more than 25 years.
“I have witnessed first-hand the importance of serving diverse communities in [Harris County Precinct 3] of all ethnic backgrounds and people from across party lines, each with their own community and culture.”
– Constable Sherman Eagleton
For more information about the Harris County Constable Precinct 3, visit the department’s website.
The COPS Office congratulates the HCC3 for being one of the 12 winners of the 2019 Community Policing in Action Photo Contest.
Written with information derived from the Harris County Constable Precinct 3 website. Photo courtesy of the HCC3.
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