Chase Hughes is widely published in the field of behavioral psychology. File photo
A decorated U.S. Naval commander, criminal psychologist and Houston native spoke at this year’s banquet to honor police officers.
The East Montgomery County Improvement District’s annual law enforcement appreciation dinner was held Feb. 27 with Chief Chase Hughes of the Naval Expeditionary Combat Command delivering the keynote address.
A specialist in criminal behavior who trains agents to fight human trafficking and terrorism, Hughes is widely published in the field of behavioral psychology and has received numerous medals and awards recognizing his military service.
The EMCID is a sales-tax supported entity near Houston that uses its $8.5 million annual budget to fund scholarships and incentivize job growth.