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The Sugar Land Police Department, in conjunction with the Sugar Land Chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons, regularly sponsors a driving course at the Police and Municipal Court Facility located at 1200 Highway 6 South in Sugar Land.

Are You OK
Are You OK is a telephone reassurance program sponsored by the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office for seniors or disabled citizens of Fort Bend County.

Child Safety Seat
The Sugar Land Police Department has taken aggressive steps to protect children by not only actively enforcing child restraint laws, but also training individuals in the area on proper installation of child safety seats.

Citizen's Police Academy
Have you ever wondered what it takes to become a police officer? Now you can find out.

Crime Prevention Camera Program
Learn more about Sugar Land's crime prevention cameras and how these tools can be valuable tools to help catch, arrest, and convict criminals.

Homeowners Insurance Premium Reduction
A homeowner could be entitled to a premium reduction for homeowner's insurance coverage if in compliance with certain specifications.

National Night Out
National Night Out encourages residents to meet their neighbors and show support for fighting neighborhood crime.

Neighborhood Watch
Neighborhood Watch is a Community Policing partnership program that rapidly expanded nation-wide in the 1970's to combat significant increases in residential crime.

Operation ID
Safeguard your property through engraving. We have a limited number of engravers to loan.

Safe Return Program
The program aims to assist officers in identifying individuals with limited communication ability that might need assistance to contact family members and/or guardians and return the individual home.

Victim Assistance
The Sugar Land Police Department's Victim Assistance Program strives to have a positive impact in providing appropriate responses to the needs of all crime victims to lessen the short and long-term trauma experienced as a direct result of victimization.


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