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Safety -  Crime Prevention

If You even THINK you see something suspicious in our neighborhood,
 Call  Wilson County Sheriff's Office at 911

Wilson County Sheriff's Dept.  NON - Emergency Number
393-2535


     

Can they find YOU in an EMERGENCY ?

SECONDS COUNT in an emergency situation.

Help Emergency Services (Sheriff, Fire Department, Ambulance) find your home in an emergency.

Display your house number in a clear and conspicuous manner, preferably lighted or with reflective numbers
 so that your home can be located quickly even at night.

 
IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE !

WILSON COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES PHONE

9111


Operation - Identification



Mark Your Valuables For Theft Prevention / Recovery
Purchase Electric Engraving Tool


U.S. Department of Justice National Sex Offender Registry.


Fraud / Internet Security


 

Does something sound too good to be true? - It probably IS !

Click on the links below to protect yourself and your money.

A Parents Guide To Social Networking
 

Identity Theft And Credit Protection Guide
netcredit.com

Credit Card Fraud Protection and Safety Guide
F.B.I.

Guide To Consumer Awareness

Frauds and Scams

On Line Fraud Prevention

 How to Avoid Internet Investment Scams

CON ARTISTS: How To Spot And Stop Them

Work at Home Scams

Health Scams

Infomercial Scams

Vehicle Repair Scams

Crimes of Persuasion: Schemes, Scams, Frauds

Urban Legends Reference Pages

BBB  NATIONWIDE  Database Search 


Internet "Phishing" Scams

Phishers spam users with e-mails posing as legitimate messages from sources such as banks, credit card companies, and retailers. Links in the messages draw recipients to bogus Web sites which are crafted to closely mimic the real deal, where they're asked to divulge personal financial information. Typically, phishing messages demand users update account data, which can include credit card and bank account numbers. The attackers then purloin the information and use it to purchase goods or transfer funds out of the user's account.


Texas Firearms Regulations

Texas Gun Laws

Texas Concealed Handgun Licensing

Texas Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground Laws


Home Security


 

Make your home a tough target for burglars

Click on the links below for home security information & tips

Home Safety Tips For Seniors

Home Security D.I.Y.

Neighborhood Watch

Home Burglary Prevention

Home Invasion Prevention

Family Security Tips

How To Avoid Disaster Repair Rip-offs
 


Safe Driving


Auto Safety & Tips

Texas Transportation Code
Includes Texas Traffic Laws


Vehicle Security


 

Auto Theft Facts

Carjacking

Vehicle Theft Prevention Tips


Fire Safety

Fire Safety

Wildfire Prevention

Fireworks Safety


Health Safety Issues




Texas Snakes & More

The Venomous Snakes of Texas

Identifying Venomous Snakes and Non-Venomous Snakes

Texas Spiders

Texas Scorpions

Poisonous Plants

National Capital Poison Center   Phone = 1 (800) 222-1222

Medical Toxicology Resources

Quit Smoking


Pet Health and Safety

Veterinary Insider

American Veterinary Medical Assoc.

How To Find A Lost Cat Or Dog


Law Enforcement Links 
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Visit YOUR Texas Dept. of Public Safety - Website.

NOTE: You can change address on your Texas Driver's License, renew your Texas Driver's License, renew your Texas Vehicle Registration, and check your Texas Driving Record on - line here.

 

 

U.S. Postal Inspection Service
File a mail fraud complaint on - line.

 


Visit the National Neighborhood Watch Institute - Website.

 

Visit the FBI - Website

 



Visit the U.S. Department of Homeland Security - Website
 


Visit the National Sheriff's Association - Website


Internet Fraud Complaint Center



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