Sheriff Rand Henderson to appear on “It’s Hammer Time” at special 11 a.m. time today

Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson.

Montgomery County, February 1 – Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson will appear as the guest on “It’s Hammer Time” today, Friday, February 1, 2019, at a special time of 11 a.m. This appearance will be Sheriff Henderson’s first time on the show.

“It’s Hammer Time” airs on Facebook Live and YouTube at MCP.TV. While the live show will air on Friday at 11 a.m., encore presentations will be available throughout the weekend.

Additionally, host Eric Yollick will discuss “garbage cans as opposed to billiard balls” and will reveal the secret topic of the article which contained a readers’ poll in yesterday’s edition of The Golden Hammer during two monologues.

Sheriff Henderson was sworn into office January 1, 2017. He holds a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Sam Houston State University. He’s a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the Leadership Command College.

Rand Henderson graduated from the Texas Peace Officer Academic Licensing Academy (TPOALA) receiving his Peace Officer license and commission from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in 1994. He moved his way through the ranks of the Sheriff’s Office holding the positons of Patrol Deputy, Corporal, Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain before being elected to the office of Sheriff.

Sheriff Henderson holds a Master Peace Officer Certification, Law Enforcement Instructor License, Crime Prevention Inspector License, and a Texas Jail License. He is a lifetime member of the NRA, Montgomery County Fair Association, The 100 Club, Sam Houston State University Alumni Association, and the Sheriffs’ Association of Texas. The Henderson family worships at First Presbyterian Church of Conroe.

Montgomery County’s Sheriff is a bit of an intellectual. He’s an avid reader and has studied the philosophy of Max Weber and others who have influenced conservative thought.

Yollick has asked Sheriff Henderson to plan to discuss the “State of Law Enforcement in Montgomery County” as a major theme of the interview.



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