The District One Patrol Area is located in the Northeastern portion of Montgomery County and encompasses approximately 406 square miles. The population for the unincorporated area is estimated at 45,150 residents. Deputies assigned to the District One area responded to 33,190 call for service and completed 2768 field investigations resulting offense reports being generated. The same Deputies completed 3425 traffic contacts resulting in 704 traffic citations and 2703 warnings. A total of 722 people were arrested in the patrol area in 2018. Deputies drove approximately 471,151 miles while patrolling the area in 2018. Detectives assigned to the area completed investigations on 427 cases.
The District One Patrol area demographics are diverse, ranging from lake front businesses and homes on Lake Conroe’s eastern and northern shorelines to large industrial business in the eastern portion of the patrol area. Numerous residential neighborhoods are found in the area surrounded by large tracks of land used for farming and ranching. The cities of Conroe, Willis, Panorama and Cut-n-Shoot are located inside the patrol area.
We appreciate your interest in our Patrol District and welcome any questions or comments
District 1 Patrol
Lieutenant Michael Landrum
100 North Loop 336 East
Conroe, Tx 77301
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s office District Two Patrol is responsible for all patrol duties assigned by Sheriff Rand Henderson, in the unincorporated portions of South Montgomery County.
The District Two Patrol area surrounds District Six, (The Woodlands Township). District Two borders Harris County along the south side of the Montgomery County line, borders District Three along the San Jacinto River, up to the Conroe city limit, and then runs west bordering the District Four and District Five lines in Magnolia, past FM 1488 and FM 2978.
Geographically, District Two consists of three patrol areas (2A, 2B, & 2M) and is located in the southern portion of Montgomery County. District 2A encompasses approximately 45.3 square miles, 2B and 2M encompass 64.4 square miles for a total of 109.7 square miles. District Two contains the cities of Oak Ridge, Shenandoah and a small portion of the City of Conroe. The current population in District 2A is approximately 31,072 and in District 2B & 2M is approximately 49,120 for a total of roughly 80,000 citizens served.
The Sheriff’s Office has entered into a partnership with the South Montgomery County Municipal Utility District which funds enhanced patrol services for a large portion of the Rayford/Sawdust Rd/I-45 corridor. Through this partnership with the South County Municipal Utility District (SMC MUD), the Sheriff’s Office is able to provide an increased service level and reduced response times in one of the most urban areas of Montgomery County.
In 2018, District Two deputies ran a total of 33,671 calls for service, completed 3,126 reports, conducted 7,605 traffic contacts, made 755 arrests and traveled over 471,441 miles in their patrol vehicles. District Two adopts a “can do” attitude, working with the community, homeowners, and businesses to solve law enforcement problems within the county. The District Two staff is committed to using the resources available, not only to respond to calls for service, but to take a pro-active stance against criminal activity in South Montgomery County; preventing crimes before they occur, or taking action against law violators as crimes are being committed.
District Two has taken a zero tolerance approach to violent crime that have started to spread into Montgomery County from neighboring Harris County. These crimes effect the quality of life for our citizens and District Two is committed to dedicating any resources necessary for the prevention, reduction and prosecution of these crimes.
If you have any questions in reference to any aspects of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, or District Two Patrol, please contact the following:
District Two Patrol
Lieutenant Scott Altemus
1520 Lake Front Circle #900
The Woodlands, TX 77380
District Three encompasses approximately 290 square miles and its boundaries are: State Hwy 105 east of Loop 336 to the North, Harris County to the South, Liberty County to the East and the San Jacinto River to the West. Geographically, District Three is the Southeastern portion of Montgomery County. District Three deputies are the primary responders to calls for service in the unincorporated areas. District Three provides a community based policing approach with deputies continuously striving to increase their knowledge of the patrol area and the residents. District Three deputies adhere to the proactive concepts of patrol and are encouraged to get out of their patrol cars and interact with residents, businesses, schools, and community organizations. District III deputies are active in a zero tolerance approach to the criminal element. These concepts have greatly enhanced the relationships between the community and the Sheriff's Office. Deputies occasionally assist the incorporated areas of District III when calls for service backlog in their jurisdiction.
Located within the District Three boundaries are three school districts: Splendora I.S.D., Conroe I.S.D., and the New Caney I.S.D. There are five incorporated areas located within the District Three boundaries: the City of Splendora; the City of Woodbranch; the City of Patton Village; the City of Roman Forest; and the City of Houston.
The current estimated population in the unincorporated portions of the district is 92,625.
In 2018 the deputies ran 49,195 calls for service, made 837 arrests, and wrote 3,331 criminal offense reports. They patrolled a total of 556,981 miles and made 5,780 traffic stops. Detectives assigned in District Three investigated 566 cases.
The Montgomery County Annex in New Caney serves as the patrol office for District Three Patrol and for detectives assigned to the Sheriff’s Office.
You may contact the District Three Office using the following:
Montgomery County Annex
Lieutenant Joseph Senn
21130 US Hwy 59, Suite B,
New Caney, Texas 77357
281-577-8971 or 936-521-8971