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Meadows Place Police Department gets Stronger

Update from Chief Gary Stewart and the Meadows Place Police Department:

Meadows Place Police Department prides itself as a “Customer Service” driven police department. As Chief of Police, I strive to develop and maintain a department that not just services the community; it is part of the community. We accomplish this through dedication to those we serve, commitment to the profession, and a stringent selection process. The men and women of the MPPD work hard to develop our new officers to be a part of the community and deliver an exceptional level of service.

Our Police Department has created a formula for selecting Officers who will “fit the mold” of our community. Potential Officers are put through a rigorous background process that includes a Police Officer Standardized Entrance Exam, oral review board, an extensive background check, a polygraph exam, physical exam, drug screening, psychological examination, and a final interview with the Chief of Police prior to being made a job offer. The process for hiring an officer can be lengthy and time consuming, but it allows us to employ the best officers for our community.
MPPD would like to welcome our newest Officers and the development of the Police Officer Reserve Program:

Officer Terrell Bundrige was hired in January 2016 as a Full-time officer. Officer Bundrige wants to be a part of our community and feels he can best accomplish his law enforcement goals by becoming a part of a community-based team. Officer Bundrige comes to MPPD with experience from Harris County Pct. 5 and will be an asset to the team.

Officer Ann Carrizales joined our Reserve Officer ranks in July 2015 and has a passion for helping others. Officer Carrizales comes to us with 8 + years of law enforcement experience and last served in patrol at Stafford Police Department. She is a great fit for Meadows Place and a local Hero that has dedicated her life to the service of others, first as a Marine and then a Police Officer. Ann strives to inspire everyone she comes in contact with.

Officer Danielle Delgado also joined our Reserve Officer Team in November 2015. She comes to MPPD with nearly 10 years’ experience in law enforcement. Officer Delgado previously served at Memorial Villages Police Department and Rosenberg Police Department. She is very familiar with our Community-Oriented Policing philosophy and is currently working on some new services to bring to our community.

We are very proud of and excited about these newest additions to our Meadows Place Police Department.

Gary Stewart
Chief of Police
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