Robin Williams

Key Facts

Party N/A; nonpartisan election
Status Challenger


Robin Williams obtained both a bachelor’s and master’s in Criminal Justice at Bellevue University [2]. Williams served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 2011-2018, later joining the American Red Cross-International Social Services Department [1]. She then founded the “A Hero Needs A Story” Organization, which provided assistance to groups such as veterans, teenagers who were economically disadvantaged, and middle eastern women in areas of war [1,2]. As part of the police force, Williams worked as a detention officer in the Houston Police Department from 2015 to 2016, and as a police officer from 2017 to 2023 in Missouri City [2].

In January of 2023, Williams was arrested for assaulting her boyfriend with her police-issued baton and stun gun [3].

Key Issues

Law Enforcement

Williams would like to increase police presence to deter rising crime rates and promote the use of neighborhood watches [1].


Incarceration: Williams wants to decrease the amount of people being incarcerated by putting more low-level offenders under house arrest rather than jail [1]. Williams also states that she will attempt to improve the living conditions in Harris County Jail [1].


Williams advocates towards removing the rising stigma on public transport by increasing bus and train routes to make them more accessible [1].


Williams would like to decrease discrimination among different cultures by promoting the use of healthy dialogue and respectfulness [1].


No endorsements could be found.


1 Robin Williams for Mayor
2 LinkedIn
3 Houston Public Media