MUD 127 owns and manages approximately $11.7 million in assets. To help protect these assets, as well as the assets of residents, the District engages security patrols.
Off-duty law enforcement officers patrol the District in marked and unmarked cars, responding to observed or reported activity of a criminal, vandal or unsafe nature. The officers are direct employees of the District and provide activity reports at each monthly meeting of the Board of Directors. Read the most recent report below. Note that some of the reported activity occurs not within the boundaries of MUD 127 but in areas surrounding the District:
- 2019-Year End
- 2018-Year End
Between meetings, one member of the Board of Directors acts as the District’s liaison with the officers.
The Board liaison also works with the officers to educate residents about crime prevention and to plan and present programs on personal and property safety.
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) remains our source for public law enforcement, and residents should report any emergency situations by calling 911. Non-emergencies should be reported to the Sheriff’s Department by calling 713-221-6000.
In the end, safety and security is everyone’s job. Learn more about steps you can take as an individual to support crime prevention and a safe environment in our district; visit the Sheriff’s web site at www.harriscountyso.org.