Achievements under Constable Rosen:
Provided law enforcement ethics training for all personnel.
Secured donation to acquire police dog (K9) two weeks after taking office.
Doubled or tripled most arrests on patrol compared to first quarter in previous years.
Largest marijuana busts in agency history.
Highest one-year total of DWI arrests – more than previous five years combined.
Started crime alert service – via e-mail – to residents of contract patrol areas.
Created four new patrol units at no additional taxpayer cost.
Created motorcycle unit.
Created first Special Response Division (quick action force)
Created first Prostitution/Illegal Gambling Division
Installed GPS in all patrol cars.
Acquired donations to provide Tasers to all deputies.
Acquired donations to provide 60 bullet-proof vests to deputies
First assignment of a deputy to area’s High Intensity Drug Trafficking Task Force.
The entire Mental Health Special Operations Division deputies became certified in mental health for the first time in the agency’s history.
Named Agency of the Year by Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
Took over screening of courthouse entrants.
National Tactical Officers Association trained and certified 13 deputies.
Created first Tactical Response Team (SWAT), with first deployment netting arrest of 4 high-risk felons
Largest number ever of arrest warrants served on fugitives.
Created Tactical Patrol Division targeting high crime areas.
Certification in Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training of deputies assigned to protect
courthouses and other county buildings.
Further expansion of K9 force.
First assignment of a deputy to Internet Crimes against Children Task Force.
Created and hosted annual Teen Summit and Youth Basketball/Soccer Tournament to strengthen the bonds between youth and law enforcement.
Received funding from city and county government to buy and deploy hidden cameras to deter illegal dumping.
Hosted Teen Summit and basketball/soccer tournament to strengthen ties between youth and law enforcement.
Expanded number of neighborhood patrol contracts.
Expanded raids on illegal game rooms.
Expanded raids on prostitution establishments.
School zone safety initiatives.
Establishments of accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Nextdoor.com to provide public safety tips and public service news, including ways for residents to report suspicious activity.
Expanded Rape Aggression Defense classes for the community, included homeless women.
Expanded child safety seat inspections by certified inspectors on our staff.
Established twice-a-month Furrever Friday feature on Facebook promoting Houston SPCA’s adoption offerings and the unique working relationship of Precinct 1 and SPCA.
Provided advanced law enforcement training for active shooter scenarios.
Once again named MADD’s sole law Enforcement Agency of the Year in Harris County.
Solved case of llama beheading, resulting in the arrest of two juveniles and international news coverage.
Provided neighborhood and event security following the nation’s worst mass killing by a single gunman.
Coordinated area law enforcement support for local contestants in the regional Special Olympics games.
Instructed thousands of county employees on new “open carry” laws affecting citizen possession of handguns.
Launched free newsletter for all residents, providing safety tips and updates on Precinct 1 activities.
Drew hundreds of ethnically diverse youths to 3rd annual community day and sports tournament following incidents across the nation that tested the bonds between police and public.