Oak Creek Village Security

Welcome to the Oak Creek Village Community Association Located in Northwest Harris County, the Oak Creek Subdivision offers its residents a safe, caring, small town
atmosphere in the heart of the Houston Metropolitan Area. This web site will provide information on the subdivision.

Security For Our Subdivision

Oak Creek Village contracts with the Harris County Sheriff's Department to supply the Village with an on-site deputy, almost 24-7. The gaps in coverage are random and not published. This service is our primary defense against crime, and we are very proud to be the safest subdivision in the area, according to the Sheriff's Department.

However, the following services are also available to all residents, and are a valuable adjunct to our contact deputies. Please do not hesitate to use them when necessary.

The Harris County Sheriff's Office offers the Home Security Review program conducted by Sheriff's deputies and designed to help deter residential crime. Sheriff's deputies will conduct the review on site and focus on making sure your home is as secure as possible in order to avoid being an easy target for burglars. Once the review is completed, the homeowner will receive a "Home Security Review" yard sign. You can call the Sheriff's Office Crime Prevention Unit at 713-759-9454 to schedule a free appointment.

Crime Stoppers of Houston is a program to prevent or reduce crime. Their mission is to prevent serious crime and assist in solving cases in Houston, in partnership with citizens, media and the criminal justice system. Citizens are encouraged to call in crime tips. Just dial 713-222-TIPS, a telephone tip line. Information about criminal activity is received and transferred to law enforcement for immediate action. Callers are promised anonymity and cash rewards of up to $5,000 in exchange for accurate crime tips. Crime Stoppers provides a safe forum for citizens to report crime in their neighborhoods without the fear of retaliation. They are the eyes and ears of law enforcement in the community. They have many programs such as the Safe School Program, Safe Child Initiatives, Domestic Violence Initiatives, Human Trafficking, Animal Cruelty and Anti-Dog Fighting, and Identity Theft Prevention. Remember all callers will remain anonymous.

Neighborhood Watch is the eyes and ears of residents in the neighborhood. Each resident is the best defense against crime. Report suspicious activity in the neighborhood by calling non-emergency matters to the Sheriff's non-emergency number, 713-221-6000.

For emergencies, residents should always dial 911.