Briar Village takes our security seriously.
For Security/Patrol Service we are contracted with MJM Private Security Services. You may contact them directly at 832-356-3224. Program this number into your cell phone.
Call 911 for Emergencies 24/7, and for non-Emergency HPD at 713-884-3131.
Briar Village I.D. Stickers are periodically available for the back of your vehicles. Watch the Newsletter for availability or check with Graham Management. This "Briar Rose" shows that you and your vehicle belong in Briar Village.
For security purposes, Briar Village does not encourage "outside" solicitors to solicit within the neighborhood. You can call United Ranger Security Service or HPD to report solicitors in the neighborhood. You also have the right to request that any solicitor leave your premises and if they do not, it is a reportable offense.
BV safety is everyone’s job.
Be Watchful and Alert.
If something doesn't look or feel right...Call and report it!
Anything that looks like it could be connected with criminal behavior
If the activity is/appears to be threatening to a person or property, IMMEDIATELY report the suspicious activity to an emergency number.
If the activity is troubling, but not immediately threatening, call and report it to the Houston Police Department's NON-EMERGENCY NUMBER: 713-884-3131
“Suspicious person/people” includes people that are:
Has any sort of weapon(s)
Carrying, concealing, or transporting anything
Loitering around cars or checking out all the cars
Wearing clothing that indicates gang activity(caps, bandannas)
Fleeing while carrying something or running at night
Creating any type of disturbance
Going door to door, especially if goes to the rear
Loitering around schools, parks or on your street
Screams for help
Offering items for sale at unusually low prices
A stranger with young children/teens in an unusual place or for an unusual amount of time
“Suspicious vehicle(s)” includes a vehicle that is:
Slow moving, without lights on at night
Being loaded with valuables if parked by a closed business or unoccupied home
Being dismantled; taking parts of the vehicle
Abandoned in the neighborhood
Contains odd property, such as TVs, stereos, weapons
Someone being forced into a vehicle
Older children/adults not from the neighborhood, bicycling randomly or repeatedly without a purposeful destination
“Suspicious sounds” include:
Cries for help
Screaming and cursing
Home/car alarms going off
Music that is too loud
Trust your instincts – and call law enforcement immediately!
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