To report an emergency, dial 9-1-1.
Non-emergency police service (713) 884-3131
HPD South Central Police Station (832) 394-0200
2202 St. Emanuel @ Gray Street, Houston, TX 77003
City of Houston 311 App
Want to REPORT a pothole, graffiti, or broken traffic signal while on the go? Download the Houston 311 app to easily report these issues. The mobile app available in iOS and Android uses GPS to identify your location and also allows you to snap a photo to add to your service request.
Or call 311 or visit www.houston311.org.
Harris County Constable Precinct 7 (713) 643-6602
for non-emergency constable service
Precinct 7 Office Location
5290 Griggs Road, Houston, TX 77021
METRO Police (Report Illegal/Suspicious Activity) (713) 224-COPS (2677)
Coalition for the Homeless of Houston/Harris County (713) 739-7514
600 Jefferson St., Ste. 2050, Houston, TX 77002
Helpcard for all local homeless services
Search Homeless Services (713) 739-7752
2505 Fannin, Houston, TX 77002
HPD Homeless Outreach Team - HOT (713) 884-3131
Ask specifically for the HOT division
Safety & Security Programs
Positive Interaction Program (PIP)
PIP meetings provide direct contact with HPD Officers and allow an open exchange regarding neighborhood concerns. Residents get to know our police officers as well as have a chance to learn how HPD works. Learn more here.
HPD reports the monthly crime statistics for the area of Houston that includes the Museum Park Neighborhood. Museum Park is mapped to Beat 10H70, Zone 30 by HPD.
PIP meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of every month at the South Central Police Station, 2202 St. Emanuel.
Citizens on Patrol Program
Join dedicated members of our Citizen on Patrol (COP) for our neighborhood to promote a friendly and safer neighborhood environment! Learn more.
To join the Museum Park Citizens on Patrol team or for questions regarding Safety and Security, please contact Greg Quintero, Lead Coordinator.
Neighborhood Crime Maps
Community Crime Map compiles crime data and other information from law enforcement agencies. You can see the source of the crime data for any incident by clicking on the incident on the map. The information window lists the "Agency" that provided the information. The Metadata tab also lists the source and links to each source's web page for the incidents that are currently in view.
CrimeReports is another site that compiles data from more than 1000 participating agencies to the CrimeReports map. Each agency controls their data flow, including how often they send data, and which incidents are included.
Emergency Preparedness & Evacuation Resources
City of Houston – Office of Emergency Management
American Red Cross – Hurricane Preparedness Guide
Hurricane Evacuation Assistance for Disabled / Special Needs