In Westchase District, your safety is our top priority.


We are committed to maintaining a robust public safety program, using the latest technology, that addresses your public safety concerns. Our efforts are geared toward ensuring that Westchase District is a safe place to run a business, live or raise a family.

We have added SEAL Security to our patrol operations and created a dedicated dispatch line. Property owners and managers can call 713-701-7800 for a quick response between 7 am and 11 pm seven days a week. Our dispatcher will contact the officer on duty — either HPD or a SEAL officer — to respond promptly. After-hours calls should either go to 911 or HPD’s non-emergency dispatch at 713-884-3131.



Since putting these measures in place in 2021, there has been a 23% reduction in total crime in Westchase, compared to a 15% decrease in Westside and a 4.9% increase in City of Houston over the same time period.

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As you go about your day in Westchase District, you’ll notice uniformed Houston Police Department officers and SEAL Security officers from the Westchase District Patrol. They patrol the area in marked vehicles, watching for suspicious activity, focusing on high-risk areas, and responding quickly to emergencies. Our officers work together to keep everyone in Westchase District safe and secure. If you have any concerns, businesses in the area can call the patrol number for assistance. SEAL Security typically responds within five minutes or less.

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State of the Art Cameras

Westchase District enhances public safety with state-of-the-art security cameras from both FLOCK and Axis. Axis cameras use cutting-edge analytics to monitor for suspicious activity and send real-time alerts. All alerts are monitored 24/7 by Zaladium, ensuring swift responses from SEAL Security. Additionally, FLOCK cameras, known for their surveillance capabilities, are part of this proactive security measure.  This comprehensive camera system significantly boosts safety and security for everyone in Westchase District.

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Blue Star Communities

Forty percent of Westchase District’s apartment communities have earned the Blue Star distinction from the Houston Police Department. HPD awards this certification only after the community manager has completed comprehensive safety training. Then HPD conducts a safety audit of the property. Before an apartment community can be certified, its management must fix any deficiencies and host a safety education event for residents. This joint venture between HPD and the Houston Apartment Association is designed to maintain safe apartment communities. Westchase District has more Blue Star-certified apartment communities than any other area of Houston.

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Crime Analysis and Special Watch

We analyze crime data provided by HPD that allows us to identify crime trends, hot spots of criminal activity and locations requiring special attention. This is important when determining the optimum allocation of police resources. Property owners and managers may request that our patrol officers make extra patrols at their location. This can be requested in advance of a special event or when a crime trend has been verified.

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Public Safety Alliance

This group consists of building managers, facilities personnel and security managers who are responsible for maintaining a safe environment at their business or property. They meet regularly to  discuss issues of shared concern and hear from expert speakers. Topics have included ID fraud, Crime  Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) and responding to an active shooter situation.

Call 713-701-7800 for a quick response between 7 am and 11 pm seven days a week. After-hours calls should either go to 911 or HPD’s non-emergency dispatch at 713-884-3131.

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