Jersey Village Police Department

  • Agency: Jersey Village Police Department
  • Address: 16401 Lakeview Dr, Houston, 77040 TX
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Jersey Village Police Department is located at 16401 Lakeview Dr, Houston, 77040 TX. The Jersey Village Police Department phone number is (713) 466-5824.

Jersey Village Police Department News

We might need to keep an eye on the forecast early in the week for possible freezing precipitation.

Please view and share this Amber Alert.

Public Service reminder- Fireworks are prohibited within the city limits. Please use caution on the roadways if you are out tonight. Know your limits and use a designated driver if alcohol is consumed. Stay safe and enjoy the New Year!

A suspect has been arrested and some property recovered for some of our recent vehicle burglaries in Jersey Village. We have contacted those persons who’s property we have recovered. Please lock your car doors and remove valuable items. This will help to greatly reduce crime here in JV.

There is a potential for some cold temperatures moving in Sunday and lasting until Wednesday. With these temperatures it is wise to remember the 3 P’s for cold weather: Pets- bring them indoors or to a warm place. Plants-be sure to cover and insulate plants that could freeze. Move potted plants indoors. Pipes-remove hoses and wrap exposed pipes with insulation. These tips will help you make the best of the cold weather. As with most weather forecasting, it’s best to watch the daily forecast to determine your specific course of action.

Thank you! It’s our pleasure.

Here are a few crime prevention tips to keep your holiday season safe: 1. Please break down your boxes and bag them. You don't want people driving by to see what you got for Christmas that they could return for later. 2. Keep an eye on your neighbors homes and property and don't hesitate to call dispatch if you see something unusual. (713) 466-5824 for the non-emergency line. 3. Don't forget to turn on your home alarms even if you are going out for a short period of time. 4. Please remove valuables from your vehicles and lock those doors. We are still seeing and increase in vehicles that are entered during the overnight hours....all have been unlocked. 5. Don't forget to use the house watch program if you are traveling. 6. Follow us on facebook and twitter and don't forget to sign up on the Police Department website.

We are very proud to announce the graduation of Brent Zatzkin from the Police Academy. Brent has been on staff here as a dispatcher and is now moving to an officer slot. Brent is the son of Corporal Zatzkin, our daytime shift Corporal.

Please don't forget to view http://my290.com/ and look at the closure map for updates on construction that will impact our area.

Pack 1177 with a field trip to the Police Department tonight. We had a great visit with them.

Be sure to check out Candy Cane Lane!

Wall Street shooting incident update: At approximately 5:08 pm Officers responded to a shooting incident in the 16000 block of Wall St where there were reports of shots fired. Upon arrival property damage was found on a parked vehicle. A suspect was developed and later arrested. The investigation reveals that the person involved in the discharge of the weapon was not targeting a person. It is believed that the intended target was the parked vehicle. There is no safety threat remaining to the general public and charges against the suspect have been filed. Because this is an ongoing investigation the release of further information is being withheld.

We have a current opening for a Patrol Officer. We are seeking a highly motivated individual to fill this position.

Don’t forget this great event!

We are noticing an increase in thefts and attempted thefts from unlocked vehicles throughout the city. These thefts are occurring mainly during the overnight hours and all have been in unlocked vehicles. Please be sure to remove all valuable items from your vehicles and lock your doors when exiting. It also helps to use your front porch light and driveway lights at night if you have them. Basic crime prevention measures can assist us in putting an end to this type of theft.

Glad to assist in the time of need.

Please note substantial lane closures this weekend at Jones and Frontage road in Jersey Village.

Congratulations to Officer McElhaney!