Erica Journet – Community Services Division Sergeant

Erica Journet graduated from the University of Houston Downtown Police Academy in 2004. In April, 2005, she began working for the Humble ISD Police Department. Officer Journet’s lifelong dream was to take a proactive approach in law enforcement for the safety of our youth.

Corporal Journet currently teaches an anti-child abduction program, as well as L.E.T.S. Program for elementary students throughout the Humble Independent School District. Officer Journet is proud to be a part of establishing the L.E.T.S. Program in Humble ISD.

This year Humble Elementary was excited to pilot a new Martial Arts Character Development after school program. The school chose 40 students from among almost 200 third, fourth and fifth graders who wished to participate in the program. These students were taught martial arts lessons twice a week after school for eight weeks.

Officer C Brand -  Community Services Division Officer

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Programs taught by Community Services Division:

L.E.T.S.: Law Enforcement Teaching Students

G.R.E.A.T. (including summer camps): Gang Resistance Education Awareness Training

Available for 5th and 8th graders

R.A.D. to students and staff: Rape Aggression Defense

            High School level

Kids R.A.D.:

 To be piloted at an elementary school as an after-school program in the 2006/2007 school year


           Taught district wide to elementary students

Officer Friendly:

            Taught to Kindergarten and 1st grade to elementary school district wide


Humble ISD Police
1703 Wilson Road
Building "E"
Humble, Texas 77338
Telephone: 281-641-7900 Fax:
Police Chief: Solomon Cook