July 26, 2022
Who: Harris County District Attorney’s Office, Houston Police Department, Harris County Sheriff's Office, in conjunction with Que Onda Magazine and El Bolillo Bakery
What: Public safety meeting to raise awareness for food truck owners, operators and workers
When: 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday, July 27
Where: Baker Ripley House, 4410 Navigation, Houston, TX 77011
Why: To teach participants how to protect themselves and their businesses from criminals, safeguard their rights and report crime to the proper authorities
Public safety officials will offer some food for thought Wednesday when they meet with food truck vendors to promote safety awareness and navigating the criminal justice system, Harris County District Attorney Kim announced Tuesday.
“We are concerned for the safety of food truck vendors,” Ogg said. “They operate at hours that make them susceptible to robbers and other criminals. Information is power. Owners and operators of small businesses need to know how to protect themselves from those who would prey on them.”
Ogg, several prosecutors and other public safety officials will discuss and answer questions about the criminal justice system, including available resources for victims and families of victims, which include possible restitution.