Constable Spotlight

Bridgestone MUD would like to place the spotlight on Lieutenant Chad Hight!

The Bridgestone MUD community is proud to be involved with such outstanding constables who make it their priority to keep our families and our community safe. These constables swore an oath to protect and serve and they continually strive to live up to that oath. Due to this fact, we feel they deserve our recognition. Every quarter we will place a new Bridgestone constable member in the spotlight and include information about their career and the love they share for serving our community. This quarter we would proudly like to highlight Lieutenant Chad Hight!

Meet your Constable!

Officer’s name and rank?
“Lieutenant Chad Hight”
How long have you been apart of Pricinct 4?
“I have been apart of Harris County Precinct (PCT) 4 for 10 years and have been involved in law enforcement for 25 years. I have served PCT 4 with the ranks of Deputy, Corporal, Sergeant, and Lieutenant. Prior to serving on PCT 4, I served in a supervisor role for a railroad police department.”
What made you want to join law enforcement?
“I’ve always had a desire to help those who could not help themselves.”
Have you received any special awards pertaining to education or police training?
“In College I was a member of Phi Theta Kappa (International Honor Society) and currently on the deans list at Texas A&M University Commerce. In addition, I won the Outstanding Supervisor award at the rank of Corporal in 2019 and won the Outstanding Supervisor award at the rank of Lieutenant in 2022. I am certified through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement as a Master Peace Officer, police instructor, field training officer, firearms instructor, and crime prevention specialist.  I am also certified as an Accident Investigator and Reconstructionist through Texas A&M University’s Texas Engineering Extension Service.”
What is the most enjoyable part of your job?
“Being able to help others, interacting with the public, and building relationships with our community members.” 
What do you hope to accomplish while serving this precinct?
“I hope to consistently build strong relationships within the community, positively represent Constable Mark Herman, and help reduce crime in the area.” 
What has been your most memorable moment on the job so far?
“In the summer of 1998, Skip Warren congratulated me on my engagement to my wife and made a post about it on the marquee shown at the community pool at that time.”