The Fall Creek Crime Watch committee consists of a Block Captain from each of the 23 sections (“villages”) of Fall Creek.
The block captains are made aware of security issues not only by personal experience, but by talking with the residents in their village, and checking social media such as NextDoor for concerns and ideas that the residents are discussing, so it’s important to share your ideas, concerns, and personal experiences with your block captain so they can work with the committee to create a solution neighborhood-wide.
When & Where
We meet on a monthly basis to discuss current issues regarding the security of the Fall Creek residents.
How can I get involved or get in touch with the committee?
We encourage all residents to do the following for their own safety, awareness, and security:
- Save the Sheriffs Dispatch Non-Emergency # 713-221-6000 (option 6) in your phone so you can immediately report ANY suspicious activity.
- Sign up to be a Block Watcher so your Block Captain can share new information with you. Your contact info will only be shared with your captain. Email CrimeWatch@fallcreeklife.com with your name, address and phone number.
- Read the Crime Watch meeting minutes when they’re emailed to Block Watchers and posted. Has current issues, status, and Tips on how to protect your home.
- Join NextDoor and activate “Urgent Alerts” so you can get a text on the hopefully rare occasion there’s a major incident in the neighborhood. Also, can join the group “Security – Ideas for Improvement” to join the discussion on people’s ideas and successes on what work to make your home safe.
For information or to get in touch with your Block Captain, please email email@example.com.
Duties of the Neighborhood Crime Watch Block Watcher
- Block Watchers shall report crimes in progress to 911.
- Block Watchers shall report suspicious activity to the Harris County Sheriff’s Dispatch Office (713-221-6000, option 6).
- Block Watchers shall meet their neighbors and encourage them to be vigilant and report suspicious persons to the Harris County Sheriff’s Dispatch Office (713-221-6000, option 6).
- Block Watchers shall report the results of their activity above to their Block Captain, along with any security concerns and ideas for improvement.
Duties of the Neighborhood Crime Watch Block Captain
- Block Captains shall compile a list of all those in his/her Village who wish to participate. This list should include home address, phone numbers (home/cell) and email addresses.
- Block Captains shall encourage neighbors to develop friendships with their neighbors, be vigilant, report suspicious activity, and become Block Watchers.
- Block Captains shall distribute reported Crime Incident Reports and any other communication received from the Chairperson to all Block Watchers.
- Block Captains shall report to the Chairperson any information from Block Watchers concerning crimes or suspicious activity reported to the Sheriff’s Office in their neighborhood.
Current Block Captains
|Amber Wood||Monti Keep|
|Autumn Falls||Eric Thomas|
|Deer Creek||Karma Punwasi|
|Estates of Tangle Creek||Brian Watkins|
|Fairway Crossing||Chuck McHugh|
|Forest Glade||Jamie Nunez|
|Hunters Crossing||Kris Punwasi|
|Lake Point||Diane Giagnacovo|
|Laurel Oaks||Leslie Malone|
|Maple Creek||Debbie Karber|
|Oak Hollow||Henry Carnaby|
|Pine Grove||Erin Givens|
|Piney Point||Robbie Menyah|
|Rose Creek||Stefanie Cox|
|Rustling Oaks||Wilson Orr, Fred Sciboula|
|Serrano Creek||Bill Diehl|
|Shadow Brook||Robyn Stevens|
|Soaring Pines||Lynne Bracale|
|Stoney Brook||Emilie Diehl|
|Water Crest||Janie Selph|
|Whispering Pines||Ruben Pineda|
* To volunteer, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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