It is the mission of the West University Place Police Department to safeguard the lives and property of the people we serve, to reduce the incidence and fear of crime, and to enhance public safety while working to improve the community’s quality of life.
The West University Police Department ensures the safety of our residents and their property. Led by Chief Ken Walker, our department is comprised of experienced law enforcement professionals who are supported by a team of expert administrators and dispatchers.
Alarms and House Protection
Learn about our services for alarm monitoring, house watch, and neighborhood watch, as well as our security survey.Link to page
Learn about our programs to limit solicitation at your home and how to protect yourself from identity theft.Link to page
Reports, Records, and Forms
Access crime reports, traffic accident forms, and other records.Link to page
Access other helpful information related to our police department and your safety and security.Link to page
Virtual Gate is a security camera system at all entrances into the city. The project will be take place in 2 phases, with an expected completion date in 2020.Link to page
Posted on July 8, 2020Scammers may disguise themselves as representing a city official or private company in order to gain information or access to your home. Some door-to-door scams include magazine subscription sales, fraudulent fundraisers, “free” home security inspect... Read on...
Posted on April 29, 2020On Tuesday April 28, officers, after receiving a call from a vigilant citizen, apprehended three suspects that had been burglarizing vehicles in the area of the 4200 block of Tennyson. Read on...
Posted on April 10, 2020For some time now the West U Police Department has been listing on our web site persons arrested in West U, and their usually lengthy criminal histories, in an effort to educate our residents about the failure of the criminal justice system in Harris Read on...
Posted on April 2, 2020The IRS doesn't initiate contact with taxpayers by email, text messages, or social media channels to request personal or financial information. Recognize the telltale signs of a scam. Read on...