The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch is hosting a National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at the Township’s Town Hall front parking lot from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The free and anonymous drop-off service will be handled by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Liquids, needles or sharps will not be accepted at this event, only pills or patches.
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Whether you’re a newcomer to The Woodlands Township or you’ve been here awhile, questions always arise regarding the various law enforcement agencies that serve our community.
The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch is dedicated to creating a sense of community and a safe community through education and partnerships with Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Harris County Constable’s Office, Precinct 4, The Woodlands Fire Department, other public safety agencies and you! Continue reading
Although soliciting is not illegal in The Woodlands, by following tips provided by The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch, you and your neighbors can deter solicitors from doing business in your neighborhood. Continue reading
Spring is the perfect time to get outside and connect with your neighbors! Experience the lights and sounds of public safety by hosting one of The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch’s events that focus on crime prevention and bringing neighbors together.
In partnership with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and Harris County Constable Office Precinct 4, The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch can bring crime prevention education to you…
Host a Safety Awareness Day in your area for a chance to meet with representatives from local law enforcement, The Woodlands Fire Department and The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch. Neighbors can register bicycles, fingerprint children, receive crime prevention tips, 9-1-1 emergency information and learn more about their community.
The Dog Walker Watch is a crime awareness program that encourages dog walkers to serve as extra eyes and ears for law enforcement. Law enforcement provides educational materials on what suspicious activity is and how to report it, when to call 9-1-1 and how to be aware of your surroundings while you are out.
Read the full article – The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch Brings Neighborhoods Together – on page 24 in the March edition of The Woodlands Township Community Magazine.
To learn more about The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch or to schedule an event, please call 281-210-3800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch and The Woodlands Fire Department remind residents that daylight savings time occurs this weekend and encourage families to start a new safety tradition.
The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch encourages residents to call law enforcement immediately when suspicious activity is occurring, not afterwards. Your call could save a life, prevent an injury or stop criminal act.
All neighborhoods throughout The Woodlands are important to The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch. Crime prevention initiatives are tailored to meet the needs at businesses, commercial properties and offices.
Sheriff Rand Henderson invites you to attend the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office – Community Action Partners (CAPs) program presentation. The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch will be there participating.
In 2016, Montgomery County and its partners introduced a free service to plan for an emergency: Smart911. The recent flooding from Hurricane Harvey reminds us why it is important to prepare for dangerous conditions.
(Program Specialist Doris Provencio-Hopper and Grogan’s Point Watch Coordinator Stephen Terni)
The Woodlands Township Board of Directors recognized more than 200 volunteers at the annual Spirit of Service reception on Wednesday, January 24, 2018, including Volunteer of the Year award for The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch and other Township departments.
Did you know each year more than 350,000 people will suffer from sudden cardiac arrest outside of a medical facility? Every minute that someone goes without CPR, their chances of survival decreases by as much as 10 percent. Nationwide, only about 4 victims out of 10 will receive CPR from a bystander. Would you know what to do?
Did you know? The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch recently earned a national ranking for its 2017 National Night Out programming!
The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch would like to inform you of important changes to Medicare Cards and tips to avoid common scams.
The Houston Better Business Bureau Education Foundation has advised us that Medicare is removing Social Security Numbers from Medicare Cards.
Here are some key points they’d like to share with seniors now, to help avoid problems in the future:
- The new number will be an 11 digit number that is a mix of numbers and letters assigned to only you.
- The cards are scheduled to be sent out from April 2018 to April 2019.
- You don’t have to do anything to get your new card. Your new card will come in the mail. If someone calls to “confirm your identity, or your Medicare number,” or to have you pay money to get yours early, it’s a scam so hang up.
- You have the same benefits. You can start using your new card immediately.
- The card is free. No one should tell you there is a one-time fee or that you will lose benefits if you don’t pay a fee or answer their questions.
- Never give your information to someone who calls you on the phone or comes to your door!
- Medicare fraud, errors or abuse may be reported to the Texas Senior Medicare Patrol at 1-888-341-6187.
For more information on how to avoid common scams, read the “Important Changes to Medicare Cards and Tips to Avoid Common Scams” article in the December issue of The Woodlands Community Magazine (page 24).