Fox26 speaks with Constable Alan Rosen about how he has augmented his fleet of high water vehicles in preparation for the next big storm. Precinct One has these vehicles and boats ready for deployment wherever they are needed.
RAD Self-Defense for Women
Rape – Aggression – Defense Systems
“Defense against abduction”
R.A.D. empowers women through self-defense.
Rape Aggression Defense, known as R.A.D., is a self-defense program designed specifically for women. The R.A.D. approach to personal safety begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and risk avoidance, and progresses to hands-on physical defense techniques.
Participants in the program will learn a wide range of tactics, including verbal techniques, ground defense options, escaping from bear hugs and choke holds, and many more. The practical techniques are designed to maximize the strengths of a woman’s body and build upon existing instinctive responses to provide women with effective self-defense options. In R.A.D., women will have the opportunity for hands-on dynamic impact practice and realistic simulation exercises.
The R.A.D. program is taught by nationally certified instructors who are dedicated to the growth and well-being of the women in our community. The course is suitable for women of all ages and abilities.
R.A.D. is the only existing program with a free lifetime return and practice policy, honored worldwide.
R.A.D. has developed specialized simulation techniques and equipment for use by certified R.A.D. Instructors.
R.A.D. is the only self-defense program ever endorsed by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA), National Academy of Defense Education, the National Self-Defense Institute (NSDI) and Redman Training Gear.
Register for a R.A.D. Class
The current class schedule and registration can be found below. The R.A.D. classes are free, but enrollment is limited to ensure the highest level of quality instruction. You must be 14 years of age or older to register for this class. Females under 17 must be accompanied with a female parent or guardian over the age of 17.
The Precinct One Swift Water Rescue Team and Constable Rosen braved floodwaters to make over 100 rescues during Tropical Storm Imelda 9-19-19
Harris County Constable Precinct One Constable Alan Rosen partnered with the American Red Cross to extend the opening of the warming center, located at Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church, 2801 Conti Street, Houston, Texas 77020. The warming center was a place of respite for the homeless and others who needed relief from the frigid temperatures. Constable Rosen says it is important to him that we help those who may not be able to help themselves.
Precinct One prepares for a storm brewing in the Gulf of Mexico. Learn how we stage our high profile and rescue vehicles strategically across our jurisdiction.
Harris County- Precinct 1 Constable Alan Rosen’s Office has booked Jose Hernandez into custody on a charge of “Engaging in organized criminal activity” in relation to the theft of more than $33,000 worth of inventory from Home Depot stores across the greater Houston area.
Hernandez was arrested this morning at his home in the 1900 blk. of Roxella without incident. He is a manager at the Cash America Pawn shop, located in the 9400 block of Jensen, at which deputies discovered much of the illegally obtained equipment. Those items include generators, chainsaws, paint sprayers and welding equipment.
Our investigation revealed Hernandez worked in concert with Juan Carlos Lopez., who we arrested on June 22. Lopez would swap bar code stickers off the expensive items at Home Depot and replace them with bar code stickers from items costing considerably less. He would then purchase those items, unbeknownst to the cashiers at the Home Depot stores. In all, at least 20 Home Depot stores across the area were targeted. Deputies say Lopez would bring the items to the pawn shop to sell.
Deputies became suspicious of Hernandez during the course of their investigation. He admitted prior to his arrest that he knew the items he accepted at the pawn shop were stolen. Many were still in original packaging. Deputies have now recovered nearly all of the items. “If you’re planning on stealing, you should plan on getting caught,” said Constable Alan Rosen. “I love holding people accountable that break the law.”
Engaging in organized criminal activity is a second degree felony, punishable by 2 to 20 years in prison if convicted, plus a $10,000 fine.
In addition to the theft charge against Lopez, he now also faces a charge of engaging in organized criminal activity.
Another arrest and charges may follow. This case remains under investigation. Mug shot of Hernandez attached.
Precinct One is committed to making a difference for all women and girls who may be forced into the vicious cycle of human trafficking. You can call our Human Trafficking Hotline 24/7 if you suspect someone needs help: (832) 927-1650
Harris County – Harris County Precinct 1 Constable Alan Rosen’s Office has arrested Juan Carlos Lopez, 32, on suspicion of one count of third degree felony theft. Deputies located Lopez at his home this morning in the 13900 block of Fieldstone Drive in Houston. He attempted to run out the back door of the home but deputies were able to take him into custody inside the home without further incident. Lopez was not armed.
Precinct 1 initially responded to Home Depot’s request for assistance after the company discovered more than $30,000 in merchandise missing from at least 15 stores around the greater Houston area. The thefts are alleged to have occurred between April and June. Investigators are still working to determine how the thefts occurred but there is some evidence suggesting Lopez swapped price tags on the equipment with less expensive items before checking out at the cash registers. The items included generators, welding equipment, chainsaws and paint sprayers.
As a result of our quick investigative work, deputies were able to locate some of the items at the Cash America Pawn Shop located in the 9400 block of Jensen. Deputies say Lopez pawned the items there. Precinct 1 was able to recover about $10,000 worth of the stolen equipment which was being readied for resale.
“Precinct 1 prides itself on upholding the law. Stealing, especially in cases of this magnitude, will not be tolerated,” said Constable Alan Rosen. “I’m glad we solved this crime.” Deputies say Lopez has confessed to his involvement in these crimes.
This is still an active investigation. This is all the information we can release at this time. More charges may be filed and more arrests may follow.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The purpose of the Intermediate Crisis Intervention Training course is to educate law enforcement officers about updated issues pertaining to crisis intervention techniques, especially in communicating with persons in crisis.
Training Cycle- each 4yr Cycle (current 09/01/17- 08/31/21):
If the Peace Officer does not achieve Intermediate Certification before the end of the Cycle, the Peace Officer must take- Crisis Intervention Training (3843) (Rule 218.3(c))
|August 24, 2020||0800-1600||1302 Preston, 4th Floor Training Clasroom||Wilmer Moran||Course size is limited to fifteen (15) students|
FEE: No costRegister for Class
**Include your TCOLE PID, your current assignment, and the class date.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The goal of this course is to bring awareness of the demographic makeup of the United States so that peace officers may better serve the entire community.
|August 06, 2020||0800-1600||1302 Preston, 4th Floor Training Classroom||Wilmer Moran||**POSTPONED** Course size is limited to fifteen (15) students|
Fee: No CostRegister for Class
*Include your TCOLE PID, your current assignment and the class date.
Constable Rosen offers suggestions on how to protect yourself while driving if you are targeted by scammers.
A six-week undercover operation has culminated in the arrest and charging of a suspected pimp who is believed responsible for the exploitation of nearly a dozen women.
Mark Anthony Cole, 43, is charged with for aggravated promotion of prostitution, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, and two counts of delivery of a controlled substance.
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KHOU – 7/8/2016 – Constables Rosen and other Law Enforcement leaders gather with local clergy to pray for officer safety after the deadly shooting that took the lives of five Dallas Police Department officers.
Deputies with Harris County Texas, Constable Alan Rosen’s Office take action in Downtown Houston, saving the life of a motorist whose heart stopped beating while driving.
KPRC Houston – 9/20/14
KPRC 6/28/15 – Constable Alan Rosen conducts round up for child support violations.
Deputies from the Harris County Constable’s Office Precinct 1 use cameras to crack down on illegal dumping activities occuring in Acres Homes. Additional videos available below.
KTRK – 4/11/2016 – A warning for Houston drivers about the wobbly wheel scam. It starts with the perpetrators trying to get your attention while your driving.
KHOU – Houston 4/16/15 – Constable Alan Rosen on Great Day Houston to Promote the Teen Summit
KHOU Houston – 9/16/15 – Harris County Constable Alan Rosen and members of his command staff stop by on KHOU’s Great Day Houston.
KHOU – 7/8/2016 – Constable Precinct One Deputy Guillen makes it a point in more than 20 years of law enforcement to interact with neighbors in the places he patrols. With his vigilance on high alert after the Dallas Police Department tragedy, his heart remains in law enforcement.
KRIV Houston – 12/16/14 – Constable Rosen and deputies react to man who set himself on fire in front of a Harris County Courthouse.
Constable Alan Rosen seizes snakes from home in the Heights KTRK
KHOU – 6/6/2016 – Two Tomball teenage students arrested in llama attacks. Felony charges are brought after the pair killed one and mutilated another of the pair of prized llamas.
KTRK – 4/2/2016 – Constable Alan Rosen’s office cracks down on both mothers and fathers for not paying child support.
KHOU – Houston 8/28/14
KPRC – 2/26/2016 – Constable Alan Rosen along with multi agency Task-force of 70 peace officers simultaneously take down 4 illegal game rooms.
KTRK – 5/23/2016 – Teenagers are suspected in scamming victims in the Montrose area of Houston. A young lady approaches saying that she is a rape victim and as you call 911 a male suspect appears with a shotgun.
KTRK – Houston 7/2/14 – Harris County Constable Alan Rosen – Suspect caught on camera striking Harris County employee.
Univision KXLN Houston – 7/2/14
KHOU- Houston – 4/16/2015 – Harris County Constable Pct. 1 Now Using Drones
KHOU – Houston – 3/31/15 – Constable Rosen and deputies from the Precinct 1 Constable’s Office capture an escaped prisoner
KTRK Houston – 11/16/2015 – Harris County Constable Alan Rosen comments on the capture of 2 out of 3 fugitive juveniles.
KTRK – Houston 6/30/14 Constable Alan Rosen is focusing on securing the Harris County Courthouse Complex.
KTRK – Houston 7/1/14 – Harris County Constable Alan Rosen – Spa Raid
KTRK – 4/26/2016 – Harris County Constable’s Office Precinct 1, swears in Sara-Beth as one of their own. Battling a non curable disease, the nine year old serves as a Constable Deputy for a day.
KTRK – 4/26/2016 – Harris County Constable’s Office Precinct 1 swears in Sara-Beth as one of their own. Battling a non curable disease, the nine year old serves as a Constable Deputy for a day.
KPRC – 5/23/2016 – A young woman poses as a rape victim and approaches would be good samaritans asking for help. As the victim pulls out his phone the male suspect, armed with a shotgun, demands valuables.
KPRC – Houston – 8/4/15 – Harris County Constable Alan Rosen explains use of drones to fight crime.
KTRK Houston – 9/30/15 – Harris County Constable Alan Rosen and K9’s 4 Cops welcome Law Enforcement’s Newest Graduates.
KIAH – 4/18/2016 – Constable Alan Rosen’s office responds to the historical floods that affected Houston.
Constable Alan Rosen’s Precinct One Constables Office bust illegal game room operation on January 10, 2014
Constable Alan Rosen’s Precinct One Constables Office bust illegal game room operation on December 20, 2013
KPRC Houston – 1/23/15
7/18/2016 – KHOU – Former partner reflects on the life of Bellaire Police Officer, Marco Zarate, killed in the line of duty. Now with Constable Alan Rosen, Harris County Constable’s Office, Deputy Tracie Matthews-Segura, along with officers from across the area gather to support each other as well as the family.
Using cutting edge technology, the Environmental Division of Constable Rosen’s Office catch illegal dumping in the act. Since the cameras went up in January, 2016, 178 people have been charged with illegal dumping.
The job has changed over the past year, and for Harris County Constable’s Office Precinct 1, the job has gotten tougher but in some ways more rewarding. Twenty six year veteran, Deputy Torres is determined to do the job despite the recent attacks on officers.
Sgt Ronnie Powell says that no live weapons of any type are used during training and citizen academy classes. Safety is paramount.
Member of the Constable’s staff, Ashley Lopez demonstrates the affects of the simunition, made out of soap or wax, used during training.
Constable Alan Rosen has a message to illegal dumpers: “We’re watching you. Don’t mess with Harris County anymore or mess with the city anymore or you’ll go to jail.”
Illegal dumping leads to more flooding along with lowering the quality of live in the neighborhoods, according to Constable Alan Rosen.
Patrol cars with swangas and a basketball tournament are a few of the things to see and do at Constable Rosen’s Building Bridges community outreach event. This is a part of an ongoing effort by the Precinct 1 Constable’s Office to improve relationships with the community they serve.
Harris County Precinct 1 Constable Alan Rosen’s office goes undercover to combat human trafficking before the Super Bowl. Hotel sting leads to several arrest for prostitution.
KTRK – 2/25/2016 – Constable Alan Rosen’s Office along with multiple Harris County Law Enforcement Departments join forces to crackdown on massage parlor prostitution.
KHOU – 2/25/2016 – Four illegal game rooms raided in South Houston as Constable Rosen’s Office leads multi agency task-force.
Constable Alan Rosen’s Precinct One Constables Office catches suspect who had been vandalizing vehicles by shooting out there windows on December 20, 2013
KTRK Houston – 9/5/15 – Harris County Precinct 1 Constable’s Office DWI Initiative over holiday weekend.
KTRK – 5/11/2016 – Undercover deputies with Constable Rosen’s S.I.U. (Special Investigations Unit) conduct prostitution sting. The sting leads to arrest of Johns soliciting sex in north Houston.
KPRC Houston 9/11/14
KTRK Houston – 3/31/15 – Deputies under the direction of Constable Alan Rosen conduct an undercover prostitution sting.
Univision KXLN Houston – 7/16/14
Suspect caught after foot chase by Constable Alan Rosen’s Precinct One Constables Office on January 9, 2014
KPRC – 11/12/2015 – Constable Alan Rosen gives advise on preventing garage break-ins.
KRIV Houston – 8/14/15 – Harris County Precinct 1 Constable’s Office raid three illegal game rooms.
KTRK Houston – 11/16/2015 – Harris County Constable Alan Rosen’s office searches for fugitive juveniles.
KPRC Houston 7/15/14 – Harris County Pct. 1 Constable Alan Rosen explains the procedures during a traffic stop.
Constable Alan Rosen Harris County Pct.1 Office update on the seized snakes from the heights. KHOU