Improving the quality of life for the citizens of Harris County is a primary goal of the HCSO. Crime prevention education is essential, and by taking a proactive stance to develop an informed citizenry, we can meet this challenge.
The HCSO’s Graffiti Abatement program is designed to remove unwanted graffiti markings.
Going out of town? Let the Harris County Sheriff’s Office know and we’ll make sure our deputies keep an eye on your home.
Connecting the homeless population to needed service providers within our community.
NNO is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships.
The Victim Assistance Unit of the Harris County Sheriff's Office provides a range of victim services.
Information on how parents, students, teachers and principles can make our schools safer.
The Rape Aggression Defense System is a 5-day program of realistic, self-defense tactics and techniques.
To further enhance public safety in their communities, Harris County residents may request additional law enforcement services on a fee basis.
Offender watch is designed to help you search for registered sex offenders in your area and register for email notifications of registered sex offenders.
Sex Offender Registration Scheduling.
PLI supports those who are prone to wandering due to cognitive disorders with the mission of bringing loved ones home.
The HCSO Financial Crimes Unit wants to protect you from financial loss and the HCSO Burglary & Theft Unit wants to help Target Harden your Home and Business!
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office Auto Theft Section ONLY conducts these inspections for Harris County residents. ALL inspections are conducted by APPOINTMENT ONLY.
The HCSO SecureWatch Program is one of many Harris County Sheriff's Office (HCSO) initiatives to enlist the help of community members and businesses in the fight against crime.
The Nuisance Abatement Unit assists the community in identifying public nuisances within unincorporated Harris County.
To actively engage the diverse communities of Harris County in proactive efforts that build mutual trust and cooperation among law enforcement officers and every community member.
A program partnering a CIT-trained deputy with a masters-level crisis clinician from The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD.
Our innovative award-winning program connecting patrol deputies to crisis clinicians via a computer tablet.
We are one of fourteen law enforcement agencies nationwide selected as a Law Enforcement Mental Health Learning Site by the Council of State Governments (CSG) Justice Center.
Have video cameras and want to assist Law Enforcement solve crimes? The SafeCam program is a free camera registration to inform Law Enforcement where cameras are located, and who to contact to request footage if a crime happens near by.