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Sometimes I see something that looks suspicious, but I’m not sure it is. How do I know if I should contact law enforcement?
If you see anything that seems suspicious, contact law enforcement immediately! If an actual crime is taking place, the sooner you inform law enforcement, the more likely they can take care of the problem. Don’t worry about bothering law enforcement or appearing foolish if what you have witnessed is not actually criminal activity. The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and Harris County Constable’s Office, Precinct 4 want residents to contact them whenever they see something suspicious.

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1. What law enforcement agencies patrol The Woodlands?
2. Sometimes I see something that looks suspicious, but I’m not sure it is. How do I know if I should contact law enforcement?
3. Is there a neighborhood watch program in The Woodlands?
4. How can I start a neighborhood watch on my street?
5. Why does The Woodlands need a neighborhood watch program? I thought we weren’t supposed to have much crime here?
6. If we are already a safe community, why do I need to worry about taking precautions against crime?
7. Does this mean I’m going to have to go to a lot of trouble and expense to keep my home safe?
8. Isn’t it the responsibility of law enforcement to keep us safe?
9. Is soliciting illegal in The Woodlands?
10. How can I get a house numbering paint kit?

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