Sunday, January 9th, 2022
Monthly MeetingWarden James Michael, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, will provide an overview of TPWD. The meeting will be held on Wed., Apr. 20th starting at 6:30p.
Tue., 05/17 – Server @ Breakfast for National Peace Officers Week (PSB)
Mon., 06/06 to Sun., 06/12 – Sunshine Kids Hill Country Adventure (various locations)
Volunteer Opportunities: Sunshine KidsFor the past two years we have not been able to host the Sunshine Kids due to the pandemic. Thankfully, they will be here for The Texas Hill Country Adventure June 6th – 12th . At our Alumni meeting in February, Lieutenant Dennis Gutierrez explained the activities that are being scheduled and the dollar amount the HCCSAAA will be contributing. Therefore, the funds raised at both fundraisers shown below will be used for the Sunshine Kids in June.
Greeter at the Public Safety BuildingOne (1) shift per day
Monday – Friday
10:00a – 2:00p
(one or more days per week)Our volunteers are actively helping the HCSO by serving as Greeters at the PSB. Training & Security check will be conducted prior to starting. This is a great opportunity for Alumni volunteers to support the Sheriff’s Department.
President’s BlogGreetings Hello Alumni!
As Bruce explained at our March meeting, our guest speaker from Texas Parks & Wildlife originally scheduled for the meeting fell through; fortunately, Jeffrey Jordan graciously agreed to step in as our guest speaker at short notice which was great because the topic is something particularly important to our community, Hays County Crime Stoppers!
The meeting gave members the opportunity to hear from Jeffrey who is currently serving as the Executive Director of Hays County Crime Stoppers. Jeffrey not only shared the interesting history of Crime Stoppers but provided an informative overview of the ins and outs of the organization and all of the amazing work going on.
If you are interested in learning more about Hays County Crime Stoppers, please check out their link: http://crimeinfo.net/sitemenu.aspx?P=statistics&ID=224 or download free P3 mobile app! P3tips.com. Visit and like their social media: Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/HaysCountyCrimeStoppers/ Twitter @ https://twitter.com/CrimeStopHays. You may also contact Jeffrey Jordan should you have any questions.
Coffee with the President!Last year was an incredibly positive year for the HCCSAAA; I believe our successes were significantly due to the input, commitment, and participation from members as well as the continual support of the HCSO.
HCSO: Scam Alert!Sheriff Gary Cutler says the Hays County Sheriff’s Office has been responding to several reports of scams in the recent days. This week a citizen received a call from a local 512 number. The caller identified themselves as an employee of the Sheriff’s Office using a real employees name. Upon call back, the voice mail answers as “Hays County Sheriff’s Department Warrant and Citation Division”.
Submit an Anonymous Tip to the Hays County Sheriff’s OfficeIt it’s an emergency, dial 911. If not and you wish to remain anonymous, it is possible to submit an anonymous tip to the Hays County Sheriff’s Office via the internet or a text message.