Law & Order
"We’re concerned with what’s happening here in Northside," says HPD Vice Division Captain Dan Harris.
Bit by Bit
Houston’s got problems? Maybe data is the answer.
A real insider knows that fun doesn't come with a price tag—especially in a city like Houston.
Time to bring out a table for the tough and the brave.
With Valentine’s Day approaching, we say: Just book it.
An HPD sergeant dons a different hat to ink public officials.
Lois Gibson, forensic artist for HPD, has helped catch thousands of criminals—and now puts her skills to use in unexpected ways.
A never-before-seen look at the death and afterlife of Houston’s new crime lab, once the worst in the United States, and increasingly a model in its field.
Officer Steve Wick and his team provide a possible solution to a complex problem.
Months before the death of Chelsea Norman, John Andrew Williams was hit by a truck. The driver was not so much as cited. Where's that Safe Passage law?
Wherein interactive demonstrations included a shoot house, bomb squad missions, and SWAT rappelling