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Deputy Constable Honored
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Constable Philip Cash is pleased to announce Commissioners Court, Mental Health Deputy Enrique Rupert was honored by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) for his contribution to assisting mental health consumers.

Deputy Rupert was contacted by dispatch on his days off.  The dispatcher told Deputy Rupert that they had a man, on the phone, in crisis wanting to talk with him. Deputy Rupert accepted the call and learned that he had spoken with this consumer earlier this year.

The consumer advised that he was on a bridge in Corpus Christi Texas contemplating suicide. The consumer stated that he throwing things out of his wallet when he found Deputy Rupert’s business card. Based on the positive interaction that the consumer had with Deputy Rupert during his last crisis and the fact that Deputy Rupert had told the consumer to call him if he needed anything; the consumer decided to give him a call.

Deputy Rupert was able to keep the consumer on the phone, locate his position and have Corpus Christi Police respond and assist Deputy Rupert in getting the consumer off the bridge and into a place of better care that could help him deal with his current mental issues.

Everyday Deputy Rupert goes above and beyond in helping citizens and the member’s mental health community. For this reason, the Montgomery County Precinct 1 Constables office nominated Deputy Rupert for the 2020 100 Club Officer of the Year. Deputy Enrique Rupert was one of two (2) officers in Montgomery County selected to receive this award for his outstanding job performance to the citizens and the mental health community.

Constable Philip Cash is proud to recognize Deputy Enrique Rupert and the other Deputies assigned to the Mental Health Division of the Precinct 1 Constable’s Office. These men and women are dedicated to helping people in crisis every day. In 2017, through the support of Montgomery County Commissioners Court we were able to create a Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) that responds county wide to anyone who is in crisis.

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