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Neighborhood Watch - Block Captains


We had a resident suggest neighborhood safety awareness sessions or short videos " added to the website. 
Great idea! 

Contact information for non emergency police:

Of course we all need to have contact information for non emergency police reports that we can call in:
Address2555 Cullen Blvd, Pearland, TX 77581 
Phone(281) 997-4100

If it is an emergency always call 911.

Who are Block Captains - Street Leaders ?

These residents live in our community and volunteered to help our community through Covid - 19 so we are prepared  if we went through hard times.  They are kindhearted volunteers and mostly moms, professionals, seniors and we have teachers, City officials, Nurses and few grandmothers and grandfathers so please be nice everyone and please communicate well with our volunteers so we can all help everyone if needed.   

Below is a list of the names and e-mail addresses of each Block Captain / Street Leader in our community. We have over 30 Block Captains in all that have volunteered.

The list also shows your street name and your captains name and email address so you may contact them and be added to the list if needed. Please thank them for volunteering, who knows you just might make a close friend :)

The block captain will simply send emails to check in on their perspective street. If other residents on that street need to report suspicious events they work as a street team to report information on maybe a strange vehicle or suspicious person. Your captain will then report that suspicious issue to all the other Block Captains so they can monitor the streets for the same person or vehicle.

We also can help each other through Covid 19 : Such as single seniors may be sick or need things to survive and family can not get to them. Young mom's with new babies need people near by for care and advice if times were to get tough. We just need to be prepared to help each other.

Neighbors helping neighbors have a safe and caring community for our families :) These are the times our kids learn from us the most. Everyone reach out to your street leaders because at very worst we will have an amazing neighborhood watch system in place for possibly years to come that's free to the community :)

While they may not be thinking twice about it:

These are our 1st Block Captains ever for Autumn Lake.

If this catches on and we hope it does, it can solidify safety communication in our community, then one day it might mean a lot more :) Let's make this work for all of us :) Our kids are watching us so let's be great examples.

2020 - Autumn Lake - Block Captains:

Appian Way:

Jason Adams - [email protected]
Ken McArdle – [email protected]

Autumn Lake Trail:

Dave & Connie Williams - [email protected]
Janet Mallet - [email protected]
Tim & Adriana Stovall - [email protected]

Brook Shore Lane:

Connie Ward - [email protected]
Thomas Abraham - [email protected]
Selva Mudaliar - [email protected]

Chestnut Creek Way:

Brandi Saadeh - [email protected]
Sandra Gonzales - [email protected]

Courtyard Lane:

Gerald Linear - [email protected]
Marissa Turner - [email protected]

Dawn Brook Dr & Cir:

Debbie & Don Pirson - [email protected]
Deenez Normani - [email protected]
Anna Swanson - [email protected]

Erin Glen Way:

Shanna Schaffer - [email protected]
Sattarro Purnell - [email protected]

Fair Oaks St:

Mike & Susan Honn - [email protected]
Kay Archer - [email protected]

Forrest Spring Lane:

Alicia Leonard - [email protected]
Lori Ellis - [email protected]
Bhagwat Gupta - [email protected]

Hewn Rock Way:

Jerald Hunt - [email protected]

Hidden Falls Dr:

Andrea Terrell - [email protected]
Erik and Melissa True-Love - [email protected]

Lamb Brook Lane:

Cathy Henning - [email protected]
Raven Pickins - [email protected]

Olive Mount St:

Katherine Estrada - [email protected]

Sandal Walk Dr:

Mailin Ramirez - [email protected]
Bobby Wooden - [email protected]
Cleveland Crosby – [email protected]

Board member contact
Ken McArdle
[email protected]


These are some fantastic video presentations on neighborhood safety awareness:
Note: this is 4 video's made by the Durham Police Department in Canada. Do not use the contact information or call the phone numbers show in the video. We searched for similar videos for Pearland and only found a Brazoria County Crime Stoppers site which is listed towards the bottom of this page!

These 4 videos could save someone's life in our community and at least make our community a safer place to live.    

Part 1 :

Part 2 :

Part 3 :

Part 4 :

Submit a crime tip - City of Pearland:

Brazoria County Crime Stoppers:

Here is a channel 11 news break on how careful we should be opening our doors to strangers:

Here are some helpful suggestions: At the bottom of the page everyone can talk and communicate safety concerns and ideas or information: Create your own topics:


1. Know your neighbors.

This cannot be emphasized enough. Know whether they work during the day, whether they have children (and, if so, what they look like), and what their needs are. Do you live next to an elderly couple that stays home, but sometimes needs help? Or is there a teenage driver in the family?  Are there small children you need to look out for? Knowing these things helps you be aware of who is in your neighborhood and what could be suspicious.

Have a way to reach your neighbors if they’re gone and something is amiss in the neighborhood. Feel free to contact them if you see any out-of-ordinary or suspicious behavior around their home or if you’re gone and would like them to check up on your house. You might even help develop a neighborhood calling tree.


2. Keep up your yard, and encourage your neighbors to do the same as thieves assume a neglected yard means the home is vacant or you are out of town. 

A neighborhood with mowed lawns, flowers, and freshly painted homes looks like it’s cared for, and this alone can help deter crime. A well-kept yard also provides fewer places for suspicious persons to take cover. If there is a certain open lot or abandoned home that is an eyesore, Most of all a well kept yard let's people assume you are home or not out of town. Work together as a neighborhood to clean up weeds, plant trees, and do a bit of fixing up on the exterior.


3. Be extra cautious when you go out of town.

Talk to your neighbors and arrange for someone to mow your lawn, shovel your walks, or pick up your mail and newspapers. Use timers on your lights, or find a smart security system that will allow you to turn lamps off and on remotely.


4. Close your windows and blinds at night.

A big screen TV is a less enticing steal if no one knows it’s there. Leaving your blinds open and lights on at night provides a free look into your house, its layout, and the habits of its occupants. And leaving windows open at night or when you’re gone is an invitation for an uninvited guest to come on in.


5. Improve the lighting on your street.

Street lights - lamps are not the only way to do this. Ask that each household to turn on their porch lights in the evenings and install motion-sensor lights in the backs or sides of the house so potential intruders don’t have the darkness to hide in.


6. Encourage outdoor activity.

Go on walks with your neighbor, work in your yard, and let your kids play with the neighbors down the street. Organizing a neighborhood cookout can encourage people to feel more comfortable spending time out in the neighborhood as well. Have strong communication with the people who live on your street. Know everyones vehicles on your street. Have block communication. You can know everyone in your entire community, but you can know everyone on your street. If you can see the home behind your house and see into that back yard. Know that neighbor as well and have each others name and phone number. Help each other.  

7. Know your local police department.

Express to them your desire to keep the neighborhood safe, and notify them of specific ways they can help. For example, if cars are often speeding through, ask them to patrol the streets. Request that they make a drive-through every night when possible. You might even work with the department to start a Neighborhood Watch program.

8. Install a security system.

In the end, one of the surest options to improve safety in your neighborhood is to get a home security system and use it properly. Studies show that burglars tend to skip homes that have security systems. Use the Safewise security system finder tool to help you evaluate what security system will work best for your home.

9. Put your lic plate number on certain valuables.

If you house was broken into and your TV stolen or your computer ( who keeps the serial numbers/) all your valuable electronics should have your lic plate number written somewhere as no lic plate is the same. This way you may be able to recover the tv or other valuables if the police make an arrest and recover stolen goods. 

Improving neighborhood safety is a team effort, but it needs to start with someone and that someone should be you. As you get to know your neighbors, discuss your concerns, and apply some of the ideas above, you’ll find that your neighborhood becomes not only a safer place to be, but a more enjoyable one.

Here is a great detailed website on community safety:


Click on the box below to add your own topic: