The Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office has announced a series of eight community meet-and-greet events to be held throughout the county, starting from Aug. 8 until Sept. 7.

The details

Dubbed Safety Awareness For Everyone, or SAFE, the events are designed to showcase the services offered by the Fort Bend sheriff's office.

Residents are invited to attend and have the opportunity to meet their local law enforcement officers while gaining insight into the various safety programs and services available, according to a recent news release.

Sheriff Eric Fagan will address attendees during the gatherings, emphasizing the significance of community safety and promoting the resources accessible to the public offered by the police department, according to the release.

The timeline

The first event is scheduled for Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Caleb Rule Public Safety Annex, located at 6561 Flewellen Way, Fulshear, according to the release.

Residents are encouraged to attend the events in their area and learn more about the valuable services offered by the Fort Bend County sheriff's office.

Each event will start at 7 p.m. and end at 8 p.m. The schedule of the remaining meet-and-greet events is as follows:

Aug. 10: Justice of the Peace 1-1, 22333 Grand Corner Drive, Katy

Aug. 15: Justice of the Peace 2-1 Courtroom, 303 Texas Parkway, Room 107, Missouri City

Aug. 17: Sienna Community Room, 5855 Sienna Springs Way, Missouri City

Aug. 22: Justice of the Peace 2-2, 3114 Rosenberg St., Needville

Aug. 24: Stafford Municipal Court, 2602 S. Main St., Stafford

Aug. 29: Gus George Law Enforcement Academy, Patton Hall, 1521 Eugene Heimann Circle, Richmond

Sept. 7: Rosenberg Annex, Large Meeting Room, 4520 Reading Road, Rosenberg

Quote of note

Fagan expressed his enthusiasm for the community's involvement: "Community safety and engagement are paramount to this organization. The SAFE events will provide an excellent opportunity for our community members to interact with law enforcement officers and gain a better understanding of the many programs available."

Get involved

Residents are encouraged to participate in these events to foster a stronger bond between the community and law enforcement, while gaining insights into the measures taken to ensure their safety and well-being.