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7 months ago

Constable Nabil Shike

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Constable Nabil Shike

www.facebook.com/383454756114/posts/10159285988496115/?d=nPrecinct 4 Command Staff and Deputies surprised Constable Shike for his 32nd birthday. Join us in wishing our Constable a very happy birthday! ...

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Constable Nabil Shike

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7 months ago

Constable Nabil Shike

After weeks of interviewing Constable Shike appoints Lieutenant James Stewart as Patrol Lieutenant.

www.facebook.com/383454756114/posts/10159281930466115/?d=nConstable Nabil Shike appoints James Stewart as the Patrol Lieutenant

Biography:

With over 40 years of public service, Lieutenant James Stewart began his career with the United States Army (10th Special Forces Group-Airborne), in 1976. Upon receiving an honorable discharge in 1980, Lieutenant Stewart returned back to Houston where he began his career with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice as a correctional officer.

In 1991, Lieutenant Stewart began his law enforcement career with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. During his tenure with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, he was able to promote up the ranks to Sergeant and then Lieutenant (watch commander) in the patrol division.

Lieutenant Stewart obtained his associates degree in Criminal Justice from Lone Star College, his bachelors of science from the University of Houston-Downtown and holds a Master Peace Officer License with the Texas Commission of Law Enforcement.

Lieutenant Stewart is also a graduate of the prestigious FBI National Academy, 254th Command Session. Lieutenant Stewart has a wide range of leadership skills and has specialized training in crime detection, preparations of reports, criminal investigation techniques and public administration.

Lieutenant Stewart retired honorably from the Harris County Sheriff’s Office in 2017.
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Constable Nabil Shike

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