Southside Place Police Department

  • Agency: Southside Place Police Department
  • Address: 6309 Edloe Street, Houston, 77005 TX
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Southside Place Police Department is located at 6309 Edloe Street, Houston, 77005 TX. The Southside Place Police Department phone number is 713-668-2341.

Southside Place Police Department News

Thanks to our Communications Division!

The water leak in the 3700 block of Bellaire has been reported to Houston Public Works and they will be sending a crew out.

Annual Firearms Qualification!

Police Officers and Firefighters from the City if Southside Place Police & Fire Departments took some time today to warm the hearts of some very deserving children of the Harris County Children’s Assessment Center. Monetary donations and numerous New, Unwrapped gifts were taken to the HC-CAC for distribution on Monday December 11, 2017 during the annual Christmas Party.

Southside Place once again tops the list as one of the safest places to live in the Greater Houston area. https://www.niche.com/places-to-live/search/safest-suburbs/m/houston-metro-area/

Southside Police & Fire Dept. Toy Drive Benefitting HC - CAC! Accepting New, Unwrapped Gifts, Boys or Girls of All Ages. May be dropped off at Southside Place Police Department, 6309 Edloe, Or Call (713) 668-2341 for information.

From the men and women of the Southside Place Police Department, we wish you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving.

Congratulations to William Holt who graduated from the challenging Houston Fire Department Academy and is now a member of the HFD. William Holt has been a part of the Southside Place Fire Department for five years. Good Luck Firefighter Holt!

FELONY SUSPECT ARRESTED! The Southside Place Police Department initiated a routine traffic stop today in the 4000 block of Bellaire Blvd. The driver ran from the traffic stop, entered a residence in the 4000 block of Cason St. and hid from police. Assistance from the Bellaire Police, Houston Police and West University Place Police led to the capture and arrest of the suspect. Suspect had a Felony Warrant out of Fort Worth.

Facts: The intersection of Bellaire Blvd and Stella Link is a very busy intersection, the origin of many citizen complaints regarding illegal driving and a known location for traffic accidents. Citations such as the one in this video was issued for "DISREGARD OF TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE", "Right Lane Must Turn Right" sign prominently displayed well in advance of the intersection. I take every citation I issue very seriously and they are issued after careful observation of any and all traffic violations. My almost 40 year LE career is based on truth, integrity and fairness. Sincerely, Al Baker, Lieutenant Southside Place Police Dept.

Ms. Carrigean McNabb would really appreciate if those financially able could donate to her worthwhile cause. As a college junior at the University of Houston, she's doing what she can to bring a little sunshine to those less fortunate. Just in time for Holiday Seasons. Thank you!

2017 Southside Place Color Dash is well underway! Congrats to all the runners and thanks to the committee and all of the volunteers who made this a safe, fun and enjoyable event!

Please welcome our newest member to the Southside Place Police Department. Officer A. Lamothe comes to our department after serving with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

Citizens are asked to be on the look out for this missing 10 year old boy. http://m.chron.com/news/houston-texas/article/Houston-10-year-old-missing-from-Sunnyside-12295856.php?ipid=mobctp

Apparently there have been some residents who have received letters, calls or notices about FEMA disaster claims that were never made with FEMA. The city is aware of this, and recommends that if you receive a notice, call or letter by someone claiming to be a FEMA representative, and you did not make a claim with FEMA, contact the FEMA Fraud line at (800) 323-8603 or by email at FEMA-OCSO-Tipline@fema.dhs.gov If someone is at your residence and claims to be a FEMA inspector, and you did not make a claim through FEMA either contact dispatch at (713) 668-2341 to have an officer stop by or advise the inspector to come by the Police Department to confirm their identification.

Members of the Southside Place Police Department are gearing up for this years National Night Out.

For those individuals and groups that are wanting to volunteer in the Harvey recovery effort, see the attached flyer from the Texas Gulf Coast VOAD.

Thanks to Buca di Beppo, Roger Clemens Foundation, John Nguyen Family and countless others who brought food, cookies and other treats!

Bit of good news for those living in Harris County. Gov. Abbott has suspended the statutes related to enforcement of the state's title and registration laws. Law enforcement have been instructed not to issue citations for expired registration through Oct. 16, 2017. For more information go to www.TxDMV.gov or www.Texas.gov. This also includes transferring of car titles from 30 to 75 days.

City of Southside Place The cities of Houston and West University Place have enacted curfews for their jurisdictions. Due to recent reports of suspicious activity in surrounding cities, reported by local news agencies, the City of Southside Place is extending a Mandatory Curfew starting at 12:00 Midnight to 5:00 AM for tonight Thursday, August 31st, 2017. The curfew is in place for the safety of our community as we recover from the recent flood event. Please note that no such suspicious activity has currently been reported within the City of Southside Place. Should you witness any such activity or be approached by unidentified suspicious individuals please contact the Southside Place Police Department at 713.668.2341 or 911. An individual who is found in public areas during the curfew period is subject to citation and/or arrest. This curfew does not apply to: • Emergency responders • Late shift workers • Employees of Media Organizations • Disaster workers and volunteers • and those seeking shelter By Executive Order at 20:28 August 29, 2017 effective immediately