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Did you know that you get a chance to give your 30 second commercial when you attend our monthly Breakfast Connection? Join us for an informative presentation, delicious breakfast and make your next business connection. Breakfast is the real power hour of success. REGISTER TODAY!
Join us for our Social Media Share Breakfast and get more exposure online for your business.
Everyone will be put into groups of 10 to 12 attendees and have the opportunity for the their group to share one of your social media posts on your preferred platform. We will all comment and share the post you request at the same time. This will boost your exposure online! Please have Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn on your phone to participate.
We are honored to announce that Harris County Constable, Pct. 1, Alan Rosen will be our Keynote Speaker for our Breakfast Connection this week.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet new people and promote your business, make your next business connection!
Enjoy a hot breakfast while you put your membership to work! Guests and non-members are always welcome!
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Constable Alan Rosen’s law enforcement knowledge, ethics, business experience, training, and education help him manage and lead the Harris County Precinct One Constable’s Office to further success and growth.
First elected in 2012 and re-elected in 2016, Constable Rosen has spent more than 29 years in local law enforcement at the Constable’s Office and the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. He has worked in the Patrol Unit, Marine Patrol Unit, Warrants, Narcotics and Mental Health.
Constable Rosen has saved taxpayer money every year in office by bringing a business approach to managing the budget. During his first year in office, he created the first Precinct One Special Response Group (“SRG”), the S.W.A.T. – Certified Tactical Response Team and the Game Room and Human Trafficking Task Force. As a leader in emerging technology, Constable Rosen led Precinct One to become the first Harris County law enforcement agency to deploy body cameras for deputies. One of his first official acts as Constable was to ensure that all personnel received mandatory ethics training. Rosen was the first constable in Harris County to assign an employee to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s Anti-drug Task Force.
Constable Rosen has initiated groundbreaking and unique collaborations between law enforcement and the community. We organize and implement a Teen Leadership Summit to help bridge the gap between law enforcement and local youth. Weekly, we host a “Been There, Done That” program which focuses on restorative justice for people affected by human trafficking and prostitution. Precinct One brings a unique approach to fighting human trafficking by offering social service wrap-around services for the women and girls who are victimized. We work with local non-profits to help coordinate a reunification with the victims and their families. Our employees offer support to the victims throughout the course of court proceedings. Additionally, we hold seminars to help parents, educators and others more readily recognize signs of human trafficking.
Under Constable Rosen’s leadership, the Precinct One Constable’s Office was three times awarded the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Outstanding Law Enforcement Agency of the Year and was also recognized as the National Night Out Rookie Agency of the Year. Additionally, during Hurricane Harvey, Harris County leaders tapped Constable Rosen to manage the security for the entire NRG shelter for all residents of Harris County.
Constable Rosen established the first homeless outreach team for the department. He believes deeply in being a social service law enforcement agency that routinely aids the homeless and opens warming centers for them during cold weather events.
The constable was awarded the Presidential Volunteerism Award for 2009, 2010 and 2011. He is the recipient of the Greater Heights Chamber of Commerce’s Government Advocate of the Year award for 2013. He is proud to have received the Acres Home Chamber of Business and Economic Development Inc.’s Empowerment Award in Community Politics for 2014. He is the recipient of the Chauncy Glover Project’s Heart of Houston Award and the Crime Stoppers Johnny Klevenhagen Award. In November of 2017, Constable Alan Rosen also was chosen as “Elected Official of the Year” by the LGBT community and its F.A.C.E. Awards which honor First Achievers in Community Excellence. In 2018 he was the proud recipient of The Latino Learning Center’s Humanitarian Award and was recognized by “K9s 4 COPs” as a Public Service Honoree with the “Texas Strong Award”.
Constable Rosen is a former co-chair of the Harris County Criminal Justice Coordination Council, which is responsible for reforming the Criminal Justice System in Harris County. He served or is serving on multiple local civic boards and committees, including: MD Anderson Cancer Center Advance Team board of directors, the Greater Houston Visitors and Convention Bureau board of directors, the Houston Police Department – Citizen Review Committee, the Beth Yeshurun Day School Board of Directors (development chair), Beth Yeshurun Synagogue (security committee) and the Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors. He also serves on the Seven Acres Jewish Geriatric Home board of directors and currently co-chairs the Harris County Law Enforcement Technology Committee.
He is a Senior Fellow of the American Leadership Forum, a Life Member of the 100 Club of Houston, and a Life Member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
Constable Rosen earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from UH Downtown, graduating with honors. He is deeply committed to keeping families safe, aggressively addressing crime issues and improving the quality of life for all residents of Precinct One. He and his wife and children are proud residents of the precinct.