This Texas Pictures series published on YouTube is devoted to the human side of law enforcement. In each story, one law enforcement officer shares experiences on-the-job that have been “unforgettable”. Members of police departments, sheriff’s departments, state police, constable departments, federal agencies, or any other law enforcement agency are encouraged to contact us to share their stories.
Texas Pictures has been providing video production and commercial photography services for law enforcement agencies since 2007. We're available to serve law enforcement agencies anywhere in the country. We are friends of law enforcement. We have extensive experience working within the special considerations and requirements that law enforcement-related projects can have, and we work safely, efficiently, and unobtrusively.
We also understand the budgetary restrictions that agencies have to work within, and we frequently offer special discounts for worthwhile projects. We're always interested in opportunities to help make communities safer.
We're seeking funding for an in-depth, feature-length documentary about PTSD among Police Officers. Find out more information about this developing project at this link: STANDING DOWN: PTSD and the American Peace Officer
The work below represents a sample of the work we've created for or with law enforcement agencies.
Produced for the Houston Police Department, this award-winning documentary is about the impact of DWI on society. Texas Pictures assembled a team of high school students from all over the Houston area to help create this powerful documentary that targets teens as the audience. The film includes perspectives from police officers, victims, offenders, prosecutors and defense attorneys to present a comprehensive overview of this terrible crime.
Produced for the Houston Police Department without charge, this award-winning documentary tells the story of Kevin Will, a Houston Police Officer who was struck and killed by a drunk driver while investigating a crash on a closed freeway. The film has been recognized with numerous awards and is currently used by many law enforcement agencies as a training tool.
Produced for the Baytown Police Department and the City of Baytown with a team of volunteer high school and college students serving as crew, this award-winning documentary explores the dangers of synthetic cannabinoids. With real-world footage and first-hand accounts from users, former users, counselors, first responders and others, this documentary tells of some of the terrible tragedies this terrible drug can inflict on users and their families.
Produced for the Houston Police Department as part of the DWI documentary project, 10,000 LIVES.
Produced for the Houston Police Department as a training tool, this film presents the importance of officers wearing seat belts and features interviews with the HPD's Chief of Police, accident investigators and crash survivors.
Produced for the Houston Police Department, this video documents a wet lab event conducted at HPD's Academy. The video features test subjects drinking then driving in a controlled environment on the academy's closed driving course.
Produced for the Belton Police Department, this video presents a brief, interview-based overview of the Department's award winning R U OK? program for local seniors.
Produced for the Belton Police Department as part of a series of recruiting videos, this interview-based video presents some of the reasons why officers choose to serve with the Belton Police Department.
Produced for the Houston Police Department, this video presents an overview of Houston's red light camera program called DARLEP. This video also includes PSA's created by Texas Pictures for HPD as part of a Traffic Crime campaign developed by Texas Pictures.
Produced for the Houston Police Department, this award-winning documentary tells about the impact of DWI on society. A team of high school students from all over the Houston area was assembled by Texas Pictures to help create this powerful, graphic documentary that targets teens as the audience. The team of teens was involved in every stage of the production process to ensure the finished work effectively communicates to an audience of their peers.
Produced for the Houston Police Department as part of a series of PSAs about Traffic Crime, this short video addresses the dangers of driving with a ghost addressing the audience from the jail cell of the driver who killed her.
Produced for the Houston Police Department as part of a series of PSAs about Traffic Crime, this short video demonstrates the dangers on the road from a unique perspective.