Who Needs Hollywood When You Can Meet Real Life-saving Heroes?
Saving lives is part of the job description for the Houston SWAT team. Hanging onto the outside of a helicopter to soar into action is just a bonus. Or not, depending upon your fear of heights.
You can learn about the fearless, real-life exploits of the Houston Police Department SWAT team at the next Security & Public Safety Luncheon for The Energy Corridor District, 11:30a.m.-1p.m. Thursday, April 24, at Eldridge Place II, room 520, 757 Eldridge Parkway.
Better than the cost of streaming a police movie, this action experience is free.
Houston HPD’s SWAT team has one, clear mission: to save lives. It was established in the early 1970's to deal with complex situations the average patrol officer was not equipped to handle. Officers serving this highly specialized unit with state-of-the-art equipment routinely go above and beyond to accomplish their mission.
Officer Pat Straker with Houston HPD SWAT (Special Weapons and Tactics) will lead the presentation.
Reserve your spot for this free Security & Public Safety Luncheon by calling Rachael Weaver, Community Relations Coordinator the ECD, at (281) 759-3800.
“It’ll be a Swatapoluza!” says HPD Senior Officer Chris Engelhardt, the ECD police officer who coordinates the District’s Security & Public Safety presentations.