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 SEAL Security Hotline: 832-408-0200 (24 hr.)

Our Community is patrolled by the S.E.A.L. Private Security Firm. We have been given a dedicated 24/7/365 hotline. 832-408-0200.  Please keep this number handy. You should have received a magnet at your home with this number, if you did not, please contact the office. For an immediate emergency use 911 as usual. All other calls may be made to the Security Hotline 832-408-0200.

VACATION INFORMATION

It would be a horrible end to your vacation to come home and find that a crime had been committed against your property. This form will alert S.E.A.L. to your absence, and let him know who is allowed to be on your property while you are away.   Vacation Form

Resident Guidelines

1. Be an aware and concerned neighbor. If something does not look right, report it!
2. Follow the basics of the Neighborhood Watch program (listed below).
3. Know your neighbors. Take particular notice of vulnerabilities of your block (i.e.; no one home during the day, entrance obscured from the road, etc.).
4. Know how and whom to call in an emergency. Call your block captain. Never take matters into your own hands! Always report emergencies to the proper authorities and let them handle it. Do not panic. Use common sense.

Procedure to Report Crimes to S.E.A.L. 832-408-0200

It is extremely important that you become thoroughly familiar with the following instructions, so that when the need arises, you can properly report suspicious activities, crimes in progress, or emergencies. Be prepared!

1. IDENTIFY YOURSELF – Name, address, phone number.
2. TYPE OF CRIME – Burglary, assault, suspicious person, etc.
3. IS THE CRIME IN PROGRESS??
4. WHERE IS IT? Address, landmark if no address.
5. IS THE SUSPECT ARMED? With what? gun, knife, etc.
6. DESCRIPTION OF PERSON OR VEHICLE – Be specific.
7. WHAT DIRECTION VEHICLE OR PERSON IS TRAVELING?
8. HOW ENTRY WAS MADE – Door, window, etc.

DO NOT FORGET THE KIDS

Teach your children about crime prevention. While they are outside playing, they see things that adults may not notice. Make sure they know to tell parents or or a S.E.A.L. Officer about anything suspicious.

YOUR BEST PROTECTION IS PREVENTION