Director of Law Enforcement
2801 Technology Forest Blvd.
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
The mission of The Woodlands Watch is A sense of community, a safe community, through education and partnerships.
- Alden Bridge - Veronica Hernandez-Mena, 281-210-3886
- Cochran's Crossing - Susan Golden, 281-210-3887
- College Park - Peggy Krysiak, 281-210-3889
- Creekside Park - Peggy Krysiak, 281-210-3889
- Grogan's Mill - Susan Golden, 281-210-3887
- Indian Springs - John Osborne, 281-210-5808
- Panther Creek - Veronica Hernandez-Mena, 281-210-3886
- Sterling Ridge - John Osborne, 281-210-5808
- Town Center - Peggy Krysiak, 281-210-3889
Apartment Watch, Campus Watch, Senior Watch - Susan Martin, 281-210-3883
Business Watch - Kristin Pternitis, 281-210-3472
Office Watch, Get Ready, Watch Talk Wednesdays - Holly Steinke, 281-210-3884
Contact your Program Specialist or Program Coordinator via e-mail.
Get to know your neighbors
, because neighbor knowing neighbor is the first step in crime prevention. The neighborhood watch program encourages reporting any suspicious activity to law enforcement immediately. A strong neighborhood watch deters residential crime. Educated and alert neighbors are in an excellent position to observe any unusual activity on their street. They make it a point to know who lives on their block, which houses are unoccupied during the day, and who is on vacation.
View more information on Community Safety Programs and Events.
The Woodlands Watch IS NOT a vigilante force working outside of law enforcement or a program designed for participants to take personal risks to prevent crime.
The Woodlands Watch works in conjunction with The Woodlands Fire Department, the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Harris County Constable - Precinct 4, Conroe Independent School District Police and other law enforcement agencies.