Deputy Kevin Tran has been awarded Officer of the Year from Partnership Lake Houston.
Tran was hired by the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office in May 2019 and was assigned to the east district patrol division.
Tran is quickly learning and is constantly seeking to gain knowledge from his supervisors and fellow deputies. He has shown he is dedicated to becoming the best police officer that he can be.
As a deputy with Constable Mark Herman’s office, Tran has taken advantage of every opportunity to increase his knowledge and skills and is dedicated to removing criminals from the streets of Harris County.
He eagerly volunteers to help with special task forces and does not hesitate to quickly respond to dispatched calls for service.
While on patrol in the year 2020, Tran responded to more than 850 calls for service, wrote more than 800 citations and made 39 felony and 41 misdemeanor arrests. He also filed 41 criminal charges and cleared 46 felony and misdemeanor warrants.
Tran is a shining example of a modern-day law enforcement officer and strives every day to incorporate the core values of honor, integrity, compassion and respect in his tour of duty.
Tran has proven to be a valuable asset to the department and community and is commended for a job well done.