Fort Bend County is the most diverse county in the country according to
demographic studies by Rice University. As the county’s numbers continue to
grow, Sheriff Troy Nehls would like to help law enforcement and residents of
Fort Bend County feel comfortable and become knowledgeable about prominent
cultures besides their own.
Sheriff Troy Nehls will be hosting and
moderating Diversity and Living Together: an Awareness Session from Various
Cultural and Religious Groups.
This four-hour event is scheduled for
Thursday, July 27, 2017 at Patton Hall, located in the Gus George Law
Enforcement Academy. The Academy is located at 1521 Eugene Heimann Circle in
Richmond (adjacent to the Fort Bend County Courthouse).
This cultural awareness session will begin
at 3 p.m. and conclude at 7 p.m. There will be three groups presenting and
taking questions: Sheiks, Hindus and Muslims. After all three groups conclude,
there will be a fellowship hour with
This event is open to the public, but due to
limited space, only the first 100 that register can attend. Please click on the
link to register: http://gglea.fortbendcountytx.gov/p-8086-ddlt.aspx