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The Meetings for 2019 will be as follows: 
January 8th, April 9th, July 9th, and October 8th at 7 pm
Lakeshore Clubhouse
Committee Chair
James Furr
Keeping our Lakeshore neighborhoods safe from criminal mischief, vandalism and other criminal activities is a responsibility of all of us who live here. Not only should we be concerned about our personal property but, we should also be concerned about what happens to our neighborhood
Precinct 4 Constables Website Home Page   The main page ( has a link to "Report It" in which you can record and securely store serial numbers, item descriptions, pictures, and scans of receipts so that your items may be easily identified in the event of theft or loss. Under the "Online Services," tab ( residents can submit "Home Inspection Requests" as well as "Vacation Watch" requests.
Participation in Neighborhood Watch is not something that takes a lot of time. It does require each person to adopt a more observant and active attitude on a daily basis.
As a result, neighbors will get to know each other better and will become more aware of strange cars, persons or circumstances that might require calling the police.
What participants do to make their homes more secure and how alert they become is entirely up to them. The more prepared individuals are, the more effective they will be as a weapon against crime.
• Get to know your neighbors. Know their names and be able to identify them and their vehicles by sight.
• Maintain a map of the immediate neighborhood with names and addresses.
• Mark all property for identification using the “Operation Identification” program.
• Be observant and watch over neighbors’ homes, especially when they are not at home or out of town.
• Write down license numbers and descriptions of suspicious-looking vehicles and persons in the neighborhood (the camera in your cell phone can be a very effective tool in this regard) and report them to the police immediately.
• Report information that may be helpful in solving a crime to the police.
• Educate children about crime prevention. Teach them respect and friendship for law enforcement officers.
Report all Emergency & Non-Emergency calls to:
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MUD Report        
Residential Alarms
Please be sure to have your Alarm Company enter Harris County Precinct 4 as your alarm emergency contact.  Phone number:  281.376.3472
                                                  Lakeshore Crime Watch
Second Quarter 2019
Burglary Habitation: 1
Suspicious Persons: 1
Suspicious Vehicles: 9
Assault: 1
Other Calls: 51
Runaways: 1
Alarms: 3
Burglary Vehicle: 3
Suspicious Vehicles: 12
Disturbance Other: 5
Criminal Mischief: 2
Other Calls: 30
Alarms: 7
Suspicious Vehicles: 10
Disturbance Other: 5
Disturbance Family: 2
Burglary Vehicle: 1
Suspicious Person: 1
Other Calls: 43
Alarms: 4
Third Quarter 2019
Theft Other: 2
Disturbance Family: 1
Disturbance Other: 7
Alarms: 4
Suspicious Vehicles: 5
Suspicious Persons: 2
Other Calls: 28
Theft Other: 1 Assault: 1
Disturbance Other: 2
Alarms: 4
Suspicious Vehicles: 6
Suspicious Persons: 2
Phone Harassment: 1
Other Calls: 30
Disturbance Other: 3
Alarms: 3
Suspicious Vehicles: 3
Suspicious Persons: 4
Other Calls: 23
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