Constable talks to students about bullying, drugs

November 5, 2010 2:37:56 PM PDT
Constable Victor Trevino and his deputies went to a local middle school to talk to them about two important topics. The Harris County Precinct 6 constable used humor and personal stories to address the sensitive topics of drugs and bullying. Trevino told students that they should not bully each other and should be nice to each other because each of them is different.

"To make them realize that because sometimes as you're growing up, they don't realize that. They don't realize that being different is being beautiful, that being different is being OK or that we can disagree, but you do it respectfully, not by the use of violence, by the use of ridicule," said Constable Trevino.

He also talked about a friend who was murdered after getting involved with drugs.