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

The Jersey Village Fire Department is seeking volunteers for our community. Over half the members of Jersey Village Fire Department are volunteers from our community. Our members are software engineers, lawyers, students, and stay-at-home parents who have dedicated hours to serving the families of Jersey Village. We provide the equipment and training—all you need is a commitment to service and a desire to help protect your neighbors. For more information about volunteering, visit jvfire.com or email join@jvfire.com.

Texas Spray Tan is taking care of our troops. Thanks very much for this awesome gesture.

See you at the fall frolic!

TCO Pickett doing us proud!

Congratulations to Officer Coble on being selected as the Employee of the Quarter.

Don’t forget the Fall Frolic on the 20th!

*******TRAFFIC ALERT********* ROADWAY: JONES ROAD LOCATION: NB+SB at US 290 WB FRONTAGE ROAD CLOSED: Total Closure DURATION: Closed continuously from 9:00 PM, Friday, October 6 to 5:00 AM, Monday, October 9 DETOUR: Southbound Jones will detoured right on US 290 westbound frontage road & U-turn at West. Drivers traveling north on Jones from US 290 will be detoured to US 290 westbound frontage, right on West to Jones. As work progresses through the weekend, the northbound Jones lanes will be reopened while southbound lanes closed. During that time, southbound travelers will be detoured to West Road to US 290. NOTE: Jones underneath US 290 mainlanes will remain open.

Even questionable weather can’t stop our citizens!

Awesome crowd at Rock Creek.

National Night Out all over the Village.

The Manor in Jersey Village.

Rock Creek and Promenade Apartments getting into the National Night Out.

The National Night Out group is headed out to start making the rounds. We look forward to seeing everybody.

It’s almost time to get this NNO going. We are looking forward to meeting with our citizens tonight.

Crime Alert-Attempted wheel thefts: We had two attempted wheel thefts last night during the overnight hours. In both cases several lug nuts were removed from two seperate vehicles. One attempted theft was on Zilonis and one was on Mauna Loa. The best ways to prevent wheel theft is to park in a garage, a well lit driveway and to use wheel lug locks. It's always helpful to report any suspicous activity to the Police Department immediately. We will have extra units in these and other areas in both marked and unmarked units as well as some officers out on foot.

Police and Fire Department Open House: Please come out and tour the facilities and equipment. This event is great for all ages and it gives you an opportunity to meet staff and view all of our emergency equipment.

Post Disaster Fraud Prevention: Here is how to protect yourself, or someone you care about, from disaster fraud: •Federal and state workers do not ask for, or accept, money. FEMA staff will never charge applicants for disaster assistance, home inspections, or help filling out applications. Stay alert for false promises to speed up the insurance, disaster assistance, or building permit process. •In person, always ask to see any FEMA employee ID badges. FEMA Disaster Survivor Assistance teams may be in impacted communities providing information and assisting survivors with the registration process or their applicant files. If there is any doubt, please call the Police Department Dispatch at 713-466-5824 and ask for an officer to come to your location. •A FEMA shirt or jacket is not proof of identity. All FEMA representatives, including our contracted inspectors, will have a laminated photo ID. All National Flood Insurance Program adjusters will have a NFIP Authorized Adjuster Card with their name and the types of claims they may adjust. •If you are unsure or uncomfortable with anyone you encounter claiming to be an emergency management official, do not give out personal information, and contact local law enforcement. •If you suspect fraud, contact the FEMA Disaster Fraud Hotline at 866-720-5721 or report it to the Federal Trade Commission at www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov. •More information on disaster-related fraud is available at the Texas Attorney General’s Office website at texasattorneygeneral.gov/cpd/disaster-scams or call -800-252-8011. PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE TO GET THIS MESSAGE OUT.

A special thank you to Miss Province's 3rd grade class from Post Elementary. This was a real treat and the brownies were awesome too. We love serving our community and this is a big reason why.