2.4 Crimes Against Property (NIBRS - Group A) Continued...
Figure 7 - 2016 - 2018 Citywide Crimes Against Property
Crimes Against Property
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In the Second Quarter of 2018 burglary/breaking and entering increased 1.4 percent with decreases in residential (2.7 percent) and increases in business (17.1 percent) and other (7.1 percent) burglaries. Of the 59 repeat locations, 47 per- cent were residences. In the Second Quarter of 2018, the Fort Worth Police Department arrested 123 suspects for bur- glary.
In the Second Quarter of 2018 motor vehicle theft offenses decreased 1.6 percent (697 offenses) compared to the Sec- ond Quarter of 2017 (708 offenses).
In the Second Quarter of 2018, robbery decreased 9.1 percent from the Second Quarter of 2017. Robbery detectives utilize resources within the FBI Task Force, U.S. Marshal Service, Intel Unit, Crime Stoppers, and the Crime Analysis Unit to develop leads. Social media and e-commerce transactions have led to several individual robberies. The Robbery Unit utilizes news media partners, social media, and Neighborhood Police Officers to remind the community who en- gage in online sales to remain aware of their surroundings and highly encourage the use of the following City of Fort Worth e-commerce trade site locations.
Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex – 505 W. Felix. Lobby open Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm. South Division – 3128 W. Bolt. Lobby open Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Northwest Division – 4651 North Main. Lobby open Monday to Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm. East Division – 1100 Nashville Ave. Lobby open Monday to Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm.
Section II - NIBRS
Second Quarter (April- June) 2018 Crime Report
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