FOR FIRE, SECURITY OR MEDICAL EMERGENCY
Text-to-9-1-1 is a valuable service to be used in an emergency situation when it is not possible to make a voice call. Voice calls are still the best and fastest way to contact 9-1-1.
Call if you can, Text if you can’t.
FOR NON-EMERGENCY SECURITY RELATED ISSUES, CALL THE 24 – HOUR CONSTABLE DISPATCH AT: 281-376-3472
See something, say something!
Learn, Protect, Watch, Report…
- Secure your home, person, family, and vehicles
- Lock your home and vehicles
- Do not leave valuables in sight
- Report suspicious persons, activity or vehicles
Discover Precinct 4’s New Custom Crime App
On Apple C4 NOW On Google C4 NOW and “Follow the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s office as we keep you and our community safe. Get the latest news on crime, arrests, traffic, accidents, and emergencies in your area. Report suspicious activity, crime, and traffic issues in your area plus a lot more!”
Did you know you can Request an Extra Patrol?
Our Cypress Forest PUD has contracted with the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office to provide dedicated constable patrols for the subdivision. HOA boards across the district serve as community liaisons. Constable Mark Herman‘s office prepares a monthly report based on statistics and activity data provided by the Harris County Constable’s Office which is summarized at the monthly Champion Forest Fund Board meetings and distributed electronically via Champion Forest HOA Connect Email service- click here to sign up.
Did you know that fall and winter are the most dangerous times for home fires?
Watch the video, check your smoke detectors and make a plan.
Click for link to Harris County Animal Control: 281-999-3191
Do not place ANY object in public roadways. The little neon “kid alert” signs, warning cones, basketball hoops and bulk trash need to be on your driveway or in your yard.
On advisement of Precinct 4: Objects placed in a roadway are a violation and considered a traffic hazard.
Not all security cameras are created equal. Although many people believe that security cameras are made to solve crimes when they happen, Flock Safety cameras take a proactive approach and work to preventcrimes before they occur.
The difference lies in Flock Safety’s Hot List alerts, which notify law enforcement when a known suspect’s vehicle is in the area. These real-time notifications work by connecting Flock cameras with data from the National Crime Information Center and local law enforcement agencies.
When a vehicle with a warrant or a stolen vehicle passes a camera, officers receive a notification enabling them to respond accordingly, and prevent the suspect from committing any further crimes.
Over 70% of crime occurs with a vehicle, so Flock Safety is able to capture vehicles traveling up to 100 MPH and up to 75 ft away—day and night. Police say a license plate is the best evidence to solve crime. It’s public information on a public road, and it gives your local police the first investigative lead they need to solve crime.
988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Dial or Text 988
CRISIS TEXT LINE – Text HOME to 741741
- Crime Stoppers Houston 713-222-8477
- National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888
- Harris County Constable – Report Non-Emergency Traffic Complaints
- ReadyHarris App – Be Prepared for Disaster
- Harris County Flood Warning System
- Flood Warning System Alert Signup
- Flood Factor
- Buyers Be-Where
- Flood Awareness Resources
- Harris County Flood Control District – 2020 Michael Baker Study
- State of Texas Emergency Assistance Registry
- CrowdSource Rescue – Emergency Disaster Evacuation Help
- How to Locate your Gas & Water Shutoff Valves
- Texas Department of Public Safety – Crime Records Service
- Precinct 4 Constables
- Klein School District Police # 832-249-4266
- Vacation Watch Request – Constables Cypress Creek PUD Area
- USPS Mail Hold Service
- HCSO Alarm Permit Registration
- NAMI The National Alliance on Mental Illness Texas (512) 693-2000
- HCSO – Homeless Outreach Team – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fraud Awareness and Protection
- Pool Safety
- Cooking Fire Safety
- Fireworks Safety
- Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office
- Texas Commission on Environmental Quality – Outdoor Burning Regulations
- Safety Tips
- Cypress Creek Watershed Quality
- Mosquito Bite Prevention CDC
- Managing Suburban Coyotes
- Texas Parks & Wildlife – Urban Coyote Management
- Homeowner Liability and Safety
- Dangers to Children – What is an Attractive Nuisance?
- Nuisance Abatement Procedures
- The Harris County Service Request for reporting potholes, trees obstructing roadways, etc.
- Traffic Sight Lines Awareness – Keeping Intersections Clear of Vegetation for Safety Visibility
- Prevent Vehicle Burglaries and Break-ins
Disclaimer: Some of the information contained in this section is provided directly by the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office and/or their representatives. The CFF-HOA (the “Fund”) is not responsible for the content of any information provided by Harris County and the Fund disclaims and denies any and all liability therefore.