Sheriff to Talk About State of Public Safety

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Got something to say to the Harris County Sheriff's office? Tonight's your chance at a state-of-public-safety event hosted by the agency. The public town hall meeting will feature officials and public safety leaders, led by Sheriff Adrian Garcia himself.

But seriously, if you've got concerns about law enforcement matters or want to know more about public safety issues, officials will be all ears. In a statement, the sheriff's department says it encourages everyone to come out to speak, "Area residents are encouraged to share their experiences."

District Attorney Devon Anderson, Commissioner Jack Morman, Constable Phil Sandlin, Constable Ken Jones and Chief Bryan Clements are also expected to be on hand. They'll join discussions about crime reduction and safety.

The event takes place tonight at 6 p.m. at North Shore Senior High School Auditorium, 353 North Castlegory Road in Houston.

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