The Woodlands Township Patrol Division lies in southern Montgomery County, along Interstate 45, and has Spring Creek and Harris County as the border to the South. The Woodlands Township Patrol Division primarily patrols The Woodlands Township, which is roughly 44 square miles with an ever-growing population and is home to a myriad of businesses, entertainment, and cultural venues, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. The Woodlands Township Patrol Division includes supervisors, patrol deputies, detectives, and dedicated crime prevention personnel.
The Woodlands Township is home to many corporate offices and major retail areas, including The Woodlands Mall, Hughes Landing, Market Street, and cultural and entertainment venues such as The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion and movie theaters. Additionally, there are a host of public elementary, intermediate, junior high, two large high schools, and five parochial and private preparatory school campuses. Also, the Lone Star College Montgomery Campus and the University Center provide the secondary educational environment and call The Woodlands Township their home. There is a growing Medical Center area home to four major hospitals providing trauma and medical care to patients.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office works closely with The Woodlands Township, whose mission includes the protection of residents, visitors, and businesses. The Woodlands Township hosts many community-wide events, including several marathons, the Iron Man and parades, etc. Through a cooperative agreement, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office receives supplemental funding from The Woodlands Township.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, The Woodlands Township Patrol Division, is committed to the Community and Tourism Oriented Policing model, demonstrating our core values of professionalism, accountability, compassion, and trust. The Woodlands Township Patrol Division has eight beats, zones, or patrol areas of responsibility. The same deputies patrol a specific geographical location or “zone,” where our deputies become a part of the community and not apart from it.
Throughout the Town Center patrol zone, The Woodlands Township Division personnel demonstrate a Tourism-Oriented Policing philosophy, including walking patrols, bicycle patrols, etc. Personnel also provides law enforcement services and greets hundreds of thousands of visitors and tourists yearly along The Woodlands Waterway, a 1.25 mile-long water feature lined with parks, businesses, and private residences, to world-class events. The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion accommodates nearly 17,000 people and hosts several major concert events each year.
We look forward to serving and protecting you and accomplishing our strategic goals, including reducing crime and the fear of crime.
The Woodlands Township Division
9200 Grogan’s Mill Road
The Woodlands, TX 77380
Monday-Friday, 8:00AM - 5:00PM
To report a non-emergency after hours, please call (936)760-5800 and select option #3.
For emergencies, please dial 911.