Project Guardian is a program to help keep individuals with Autism safe. The program is a free, voluntary, and confidential database offered, managed, and maintained by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. This program only covers the patrol area of the Harris County Sheriff's Office. The database contains information on the individual with autism to help deputies respond safely and effectively in the event law enforcement is called. You may opt out of the program at any time.

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The Harris County Sheriff's Office, founded in 1837, is the largest sheriff's office in Texas and the third-largest in the nation. The HCSO has nearly 5,100 employees and 200 volunteer reservists dedicated to ensuring the safety of more than 4.1 million residents who call Harris County home. Harris County encompasses 1,788 square miles and includes 41 incorporated municipalities.

Core Values

  • Merit and maintain the public’s trust.
  • Embrace and deliver professional service.
  • Protect our citizens with honor and courage.
  • Exemplify ethical conduct at all times.
  • Develop, encourage, and care for our Sheriff’s Office family.

Contact Us

  • 1200 Baker Street Houston, TX
  • Emergency: 911
  • Sheriff.Gonzalez@sheriff.hctx.netm
  • Non Emergency: (713) 221-6000
  • Incarcerated Person Information: (713) 755-5300
  • Information Line: (346) 286-1600


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