The Because We Care Program establishes a prearranged time for participants to receive either a daily phone call or an in person house visits by a security patrol officer. During the call participants are asked a few questions regarding their welfare, If the answer is satisfactory they may simply hang up and go by their day. If there is any safety concerns alerted the caller must accurately identify the problem to determine what response is necessary and addressed any issues with accuracy. If the phone is unanswered or line is busy and calls can't get through a security patrol officer or police may be dispatch to the location for a welfare check. The daily phone calls are free 7 days a week 24/7 and the in person house visit by a uniformed security patrol officer is $25 per month 1 visit per week. This program is for anyone not just our senior citizens or disabled, It is also for anyone living alone far away from family, or citizens who are away from home on vacation or business trips and would like to have their home randomly patrolled by one of TCSO Security Patrol Officer.
Interested in this program?
To sign up call our office at 281.628.7012 or fill out the form below. Once the application is completed You will start receiving calls.
It is imperative that you know crime prevention is everyone's business! Its not just a job for security and law enforcement. It takes common practices like simply locking your car doors and access into your home or office, Joining a neighborhood watch committee, going to the bank with a friend, not on a mobile device while paying or pumping gas and being aware of your surroundings at all time everywhere you go are ways that helps prevent being a victim of a crime. Seniors and women are more vulnerable to certain crimes- purse snatching, mugging, fraud, rape, abuse of any sort. But, you and every other individual can reduce the chances for criminals to strike by being careful, alert and a good neighbor.
Many criminals know exactly when government checks arrive each month, and may pick that day to attack. Avoid this by using Direct Deposit, which sends your money directly from the government to the bank of your choice. And, at many banks, free checking accounts are available to senior citizens. Your bank has all the information.
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This crime prevention information is brought to you by:
Chief Jasper Fairman
10200 East FWY Houston, TX 77029
If the assailant is only after your purse or other valuables, do not resist. Your life and safety is far worth than your valuables.
Make a conscious effort to get an accurate description of the assailant. Call your local law enforcement and be your best witness.
A local victim assistance agency could help you deal with the trauma associated with the ordeal you had experience being victimized. they have the best resources available to get you counseling, or any other assistance.
To complete the application process please call our office at 281.628.7012 or if you are out and about please come into our office and feel out a form in person. If you are unable to commute and would be interested in this service other options may be warranted.
Chief Fairman encourages all to participate in this program and have that extra layer of protection for your safety! Crime Prevention Begins with YOU!
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