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Please visit the Crash Records Information System (CRIS) wesbite. Once at the website, you will need to enter: the name of the person or company involved in the crash, the Driver's License/Identidication Card number of a person involved, or the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) of the vehicle involved. Be mindful that it can take up to 14 days for a crash report to be submitted. The cost for a Crash Report is $6.00.
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Yes we do. Sign up to put your residence on our Vacation House Watch list here. Signing up for our Vacation House Watch program ensures that your home will receive extra patrol while you are away.
To obtain a copy of an accident report, please follow the link below. You will need at least one of the following: Crash ID, Person Involved in Crash first and last name, Crash Date, County, and/or City.
Please contact our main office at 713-668-2341 to inquire about scheduling a tour.
The Southside Place Police Department no longer handles any fingerprinting for volunteer, employment, or TSA purposes. Applicants and interested persons are directed to Identigo. The website will ask you for the reason behind the search and your zip code. This will help locate the closest facility. The cost is generally around $10.00
Call Southside Place Police at 713-668-2341. The information you give over the phone determines whether or not a police officer will be dispatched to speak with you in person.
Yes. The Crime Stoppers phone number is 713-222-8477(TIPS). For additional information, visit Crime Stoppers.
Yes. Southside Place Police have a MOU (Mutual of Understanding) with West University Place Police Department, Bellaire Police Department, Harris County Pct. 1 Constable's Office, Harris County Sherrif's Office, Houston Police Department, The Department of Public Safety as well as all Federal Agencies. Southside Place Police work collaboratively with all police departments within their jurisdiction to solve criminal cases.