Assistant Chief Deputy Chris Gore
Assistant Chief Chris Gore began his law enforcement career with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office in 1992. He has been working at the Precinct One Constable’s Office since 2013. Chief Gore plans, assigns and supervises the activities of law enforcement personnel within the Operations Support Division. He is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and supervision of several important divisions within the Precinct One Constable’s Office which includes Training, Flood and Swift Water Rescue personnel, Fleet Management, Human Resources, Recruiting and Backgrounds, Environmental Crimes Unit, Law Enforcement Technologies, Budget Management, Property & Evidence and the Precinct One Dispatch Center. He also maintains oversight of the Rape Aggression Defense (RAD), car seat inspection and distribution programs as well as the Family Assistance Unit. Chief Gore carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. He works closely with all Precinct One Divisions to ensure all mechanical and technical requirements within those divisions are met, in addition to managing the Precinct One budget and ensuring the office stays within its committed budget. Chief Gore chairs the Harris County Law Enforcement Technical Committee, which is tasked with vetting, testing and evaluating enterprise technology for the Harris County law enforcement community. He also sits on the law enforcement vehicle standards committee which standardizes for all law enforcement emergency response vehicles, in addition to the Information Governance Technology Committee (IGTC) that identifies and implements solutions for information challenges across county agencies and departments. Chief Gore also is on the newly created committee for the Harris County High Water Rescue group. This group is responsible for vetting and coordinating water rescue efforts within Harris County.