3rd Quarter Crime Report FINAL

Fort Worth Police Department

3rd Quarter Crime Report

July - September 2020

Chief Edwin Kraus

Table of Contents

1 Understanding Crime Reporting

2 2020 3rd Quarter Crime Report

3 2020 3rd Quarter Crime Rate

4 Yearly Comparison

4 Crime Prevention Strategies

5 Crimes Against Persons

8 Crimes Against Property

10 Crimes Against Society

10 Gang Unit Report

13 Offenses By Council District

22 Directions Home Report

25 Major Cities Comparison

27 Department Initiatives

DISCLAIMER: This report provides a snapshot of the Fort Worth Police Department ’ s National Incident - Based Re- porting System (NIBRS) data that was queried from the Records Management System (RMS) on October 5, 2020. The Department ’ s RMS is updated regularly due to ongoing investigations. Since this is a snapshot, data queried before or after this date could change and may vary from other reports.

Understanding Crime Reporting Since 2006, Fort Worth has utilized the National Incident - Based Reporting System (NIBRS) methodology for crime reports. NIBRS compiles detailed reports on two types of crime offenses: Group A offenses and Group B offenses. The two groupings are based on the amount of reporting required for each. Both incidents and arrests are reported for Group A offenses. To learn more about the differences between the formerly used Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) methodology and NIBRS, please visit https://www.fbi.gov/services/cjis/ucr/ nibrs.

The following criteria is used to determine whether a crime should be designated as a Group A offense:

1. The seriousness or significance of the offense. 2. The frequency or volume of its occurrence. 3. The prevalence of the offense nationwide. 4. The probability of the offense being brought to law enforcement ’ s attention. 5. The likelihood that law enforcement is the best channel for collecting data regarding the offense. 6. The burden placed on law enforcement in collecting data on the offense. 7. The national statistical validity and usefulness of the collected data. 8. The national UCR Program ’ s responsibility to make crime data available not only to law enforcement but to others having a legitimate interest in it.

Group A offenses are categorized into one of the following three categories: 1) Crimes Against Persons, 2) Crimes Against Property, and 3) Crimes Against Society.

1) Crimes Against Persons = Scores one offense for each victim 2) Crimes Against Property = Scores one offense for each distinct operation

(except Motor Vehicle Theft / one offense is counted per stolen vehicle)

3) Crimes Against Society = Scores one offense for each violation

NIBRS Group A includes the following offenses:

 Destruction / Damage / Vandalism of Property

 Homicide Offenses

 Sex Offenses, Forcible

 Drug / Narcotic Offenses

 Sex Offenses, Non - forcible

 Embezzlement

 Robbery

 Extortion / Blackmail

 Assault Offenses

 Fraud Offenses

 Burglary / Breaking and Entering

 Gambling Offenses

 Larceny / Theft Offenses

 Kidnapping / Abduction

 Pornography / Obscene Material

 Motor Vehicle Theft

 Prostitution Offenses

 Arson

 Stolen Property Offenses

 Bribery

 Weapon Law Violations

 Counterfeiting / Forgery

 Animal Cruelty

 Human Trafficking

The following report provides details about Crimes Against Persons, Property, and Society.

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2020 3rd Quarter Crime Report Overall, NIBRS Group A offenses decreased 1.8% in the Third Quarter of 2020 compared to the Third Quarter of 2019. Crimes Against Persons increased 2.8%, Crimes Against Property increased 0.5%, and Crimes Against Society decreased 35.1%.

2020 3rd Quarter Citywide NIBRS Group A Offenses

Cumulative Comparison January - September

Number of Offenses

Type of Offense

July - September 2020

July - September 2019

% Change 2020 2019 % Change

13A - C Assault Offenses

2,739

2,664

2.8% 7,661 7,886 61.3% 2,133 1,533

-2.9% 39.1%

13A 13B 13C

834

517

Aggravated Assault

1,654

1,943

-14.9% 4,828 5,719 -15.6%

Simple Assault

251

204

23.0% 700 100.0% 13 33.3% 83

634

10.4% 44.4%

Intimidation

64A-B Human Trafficking 100 Kidnapping/Abduction

6

3

9

36

27

80

3.8%

Murder & Nonnegligent Manslaughter and Negligent Manslaughter

09A - B

31

13

138.5% 78

47

66.0%

09A 09B

31

13

138.5% 78

47

66.0%

Murder & Nonnegligent Manslaughter

0

0

--

0

0

--

Negligent Manslaughter

11A - D Sex Offenses, Forcible

193 107

217 137

-11.1% 547 -21.9% 312 7.5% 235 66.7% 15

605 377 228

-9.6%

11A

-17.2%

Forcible Rape

11B-D

86

80

3.1% 0.0%

Other

36A-B Sex Offenses, Nonforcible

5

3

15

Crimes Against Persons Subtotal

3,010

2,927

2.8% 8,397 8,642

-2.8% 33.3%

200 Arson 510 Bribery

28

38

-26.3% 100

75

0

0

--

0

1

-100.0%

220 Burglary/Breaking & Entering

834 518 158 158

953 594 203 156

-12.5% 2,483 2,794 -11.1% -12.8% 1,473 1,708 -13.8%

Residence

-22.2% 506 1.3% 504 -23.3% 198

566 520 297

-10.6%

Business

-3.1%

Other

250 Counterfeiting/Forgery

56

73

-33.3%

Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property (excluding arson)

290

1,580

1,372

15.2% 4,572 4,132

10.6%

270 Embezzlement

11

60

-81.7% 68 100.0% 11

149

-54.4% 83.3%

210 Extortion/Blackmail

4

2

6

Fraud Offenses (excluding counterfeiting/forgery & bad checks)

26A - E

186

220

-15.5% 644

587

9.7%

23A-H Larceny/Theft Offenses - Total

4,625

4,610

0.3% 13,622 13,025

4.6%

23A & B

30

44

-31.8% 91

136

-33.1%

Pocket-picking & Purse-snatching

23C 23D 23E 23F 23G 23H

770

769

0.1% 2,229 2,303

-3.2%

Shoplifting

4 4

6

-33.3% 15 -73.3% 37

29 51

-48.3% -27.5% 11.5%

Theft from Building

15

Theft from Coin-Operated Machine or Device

1,627

1,661

-2.0% 4,862 4,361

Theft from Motor Vehicle

248

235

5.5% 760

717

6.0% 3.7% -1.1% -7.9%

Theft of Motor Vehicle Parts or Accessories

1,942

1,880

3.3% 5,628 5,428 11.3% 2,325 2,352

All Other Larceny

240 Motor Vehicle Theft

815 190

732 247

120 Robbery

-23.1% 650 257.1% 84

706

280 Stolen Property Offenses

25

7

16

425.0%

Crimes Against Property Subtotal

8,354

8,314

0.5% 24,757 24,140

2.6%

720 Animal Cruelty

19

21

-9.5% 54

47

14.9%

35A Drug/Narcotic Violations (excluding DUI)

350

627

-44.2% 1,191 2,344 -49.2%

39A - D Gambling Offenses

35

15

133.3% 37

21

76.2%

370 Pornography/Obscene Material

38

47

-19.1% 136

135

0.7%

40A - C Prostitution Offenses

3

60

-95.0% 39

146

-73.3%

520 Weapon Law Violations

188 633

205 975

-8.3% 565

549

2.9%

NIBRS Group A Total Crimes Against Society Subtotal

-35.1% 2,022 3,242 -37.6% -1.8% 35,176 36,024 -2.4%

11,997

12,216

Note: The crime categories are listed in alphabetical order for ease of reference rather than in order of importance.

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2020 3rd Quarter Crime Rate The following table displays the crime rate for each NIBRS Group A offense per 100,000 population. The overall crime rate decreased 3.9% in the Third Quarter of 2020 compared to the Third Quarter of 2019.

2020 3rd Quarter Crime Rate

NIBRS Crime Rate / 100,000 Population

Type of Offense

July - September 2020 Crime Rate

July - September 2019 Crime Rate

Rate Comparison

13A - C Assault Offenses

292.56

290.81

0.6%

Aggravated Assaul t

13A 13B 13C

89.08

56.44

57.8%

Simple Assaul t

176.67

212.11

-16.7% 20.4% 95.7% 30.5%

Intimidation

26.81

22.27

64A-B Human Trafficking 100 Kidnapping/Abduction

0.64 3.85

0.33 2.95

09A - B Murder & Nonnegligent Manslaughter and Negligent Manslaughter

3.31

1.42

133.3%

Murder & Nonnegl igent Manslaughter

09A 09B

3.31 0.00

1.42 0.00

133.3%

Negl igent Manslaughter

--

11A - D Sex Offenses, Forcible

20.61 11.43

23.69 14.96

-13.0% -23.6%

Forcible Rape

11A

Other

11B-D

9.19 0.53

8.73 0.33

5.2%

36A - B Sex Offenses, Nonforcible

63.1%

Crimes Against Persons Subtotal

321.51

319.52

0.6%

200 Arson 510 Bribery

2.99 0.00

4.15 0.00

-27.9%

--

220 Burglary/Breaking & Entering

89.08 55.33 16.88 16.88

104.03

-14.4% -14.7% -23.8%

Residence

64.84 22.16 17.03

Business

Other

-0.9%

250 Counterfeiting/Forgery

5.98

7.97

-24.9% 12.7% -82.1% 95.7% -17.3%

290 Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property (excluding arson)

168.76

149.77

270 Embezzlement

1.17 0.43

6.55 0.22

210 Extortion/Blackmail

26A - E Fraud Offenses (excluding counterfeiting/forgery & bad checks)

19.87

24.02

23A-H Larceny/Theft Offenses - Total

494.01

503.25

-1.8%

Pocket-picking & Purse-snatching

23A & B

3.20

4.80

-33.3%

Shopl i fting

23C 23D 23E 23F 23G 23H

82.25

83.95

-2.0%

Theft from Bui lding

0.43 0.43

0.65 1.64

-34.8% -73.9%

Theft from Coin-Operated Machine or Device

Theft fromMotor Vehicle

173.78

181.32

-4.2% 3.3% 1.1% 8.9%

Theft of Motor Vehicle Parts or Accessories

26.49

25.65

Al l Other Larceny

207.43

205.23

240 Motor Vehicle Theft

87.05 20.29

79.91 26.96

120 Robbery

-24.7% 249.5%

280 Stolen Property Offenses

2.67

0.76

Crimes Against Property Subtotal

892.31

907.59

-1.7%

720 Animal Cruelty

2.03

2.29

-11.5%

35A Drug/Narcotic Violations (excluding DUI)

-45.4%

37.38

68.45

39A - D Gambling Offenses

128.3%

3.74

1.64

370 Pornography/Obscene Material

-20.9%

4.06

5.13

40A - C Prostitution Offenses 520 Weapon Law Violations

-95.1% -10.3% -36.5%

0.32

6.55

20.08 67.61

22.38

1,281.43 Crimes Against Society Subtotal NIBRS Group A Total Crime rate shown above uses the Fort Worth population estimate of 916,053 for 2019 and 936,217 for 2020 (U.S. Census Bureau, plus average annual rate since 2010).

106.43

1,333.55

-3.9%

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Yearly Comparison

Citywide Crimes Against Persons, 2018 - 2020

1,400

1,300

1,200

2018 2019 2020

1,100

1,000

900

800

700

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul

Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Citywide Crimes Against Property, 2018 - 2020

3,400

3,200

3,000

2018 2019 2020

2,800

2,600

2,400

2,200

2,000

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul

Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Crime Prevention Strategies Commanders in each patrol division take preventative steps to address any increase in crime such as aggravated assaults and motor vehicle thefts. All patrol divisions have strategic operating funds (SOF) used to address crime in their areas. Commanders work with the Real Time Crime Center, Crime Analysts, and Neigh- borhood Police Officers to identify emerging trends and hot spot areas. Additionally, Commanders keep track of previous crime trends and put officers in those locations to prevent crime from occurring. SOF funds are a valuable resource used to put additional officers in hot spot areas to act as a deterrent and/or provide the opportunity to make arrests. Lastly, another resource that Commanders have is a Special Response Team. This is a group of officers used to address violent and property crimes within the division and are not subject to 911 calls for service. They work at the direction of the Commander and change and/or modify their sched- ule to address crime issues and trends. Beyond the various resources the Commanders use to address crime trends, there is constant collaboration with various units within the department including Gang, Narcotics, Vice, Homicide, Robbery, and Family Violence in an effort to reduce or eliminate crime.

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2020 3rd Quarter - Crimes Against Persons In the Third Quarter of 2020, Crimes Against Persons increased 2.8% overall with 3,010 offenses reported compared to 2,927 reports in the Third Quarter of 2019.

Assault Offenses Increased 2.8%

Number of Of fenses

Number of Of fenses

2,664

2,739

Human Trafficking Increased 100.0%

3

6

Kiddnapping/Abduction Increased 33.3%

27

36

July - September 2019

July - September 2020

Murder & Nonnegligent Manslaughter & Negligent

13

31

Manslaughter Increased 138.5%

217

193

Sex Offenses, Forcible Decreased 11.1%

3

5

Sex Offenses, Nonforcible Increased 66.7%

Murder & Nonnegligent Manslaughter and Negligent Manslaughter

Quarterly Stats

Motives included thirteen unknown, nine domestic, six argument/fighting, two robbery, and one prevention of a theft at night. In the Third Quarter of 2020, homicide offenses increased 138.5% with 31 homicide victims compared to 13 in the Third Quarter of 2019.

Twelve of the nine homicides have been filed.

Eight homicides in Council District 8, six homicides in Council District 5, five homicides in Council District 9, four homicides in Council Districts 2 and 3, three homicides in Council District 4, and one homicide in Council District 6.

Twenty - five homicides involved firearms

Homicide Prevention Strategies FWPD ’ s homicide prevention strategies involve various partnerships. Neighborhood Police Officers, the Vic- tim Assistance Section, and One Safe Place provide outreach services to prevent domestic violence crimes that have the potential to turn into a homicide. In addition, the Homicide Unit works closely with the Crime Lab as policies have changed allowing for more timely entry of ballistic intelligence into the Bureau of Alco- hol, Tobacco, Firearm's (ATF) National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) to more readily iden- tify persons who may be involved in violent offenses. The Homicide Unit also continues to work with mem- bers of the Gang, Narcotics, and Robbery Units where other criminal activity may elevate to homicide.

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Assault Offenses

July - September 2020 July - September 2019

Aggravated Assault 

Approximately 45% were known to be domestic - related. 50% occurred within a residence, 20% near a roadway, and 3% in a convenience store.

834

Increased 61.3%

Aggravated Assault

517

1,654

Decreased 14.9%

Simple Assault

1,943

Simple Assaults 

Approximately 54% were known to be domestic - related.

251

Intimidation

Increased 23.0%

204

0

500 1,000 1,500 2,000

Intimidation To unlawfully place another per- son in reasonable fear of bodily harm through the use of threat- ening words and/or other con- duct, but without displaying a weapon or subject the victim to actual physical attack.

Aggravated Assault An unlawful attack by one person upon another wherein the offender uses a weapon or dis- plays it in a threatening manner, or the victim suffers obvious se- vere or aggravated bodily injury.

Simple Assaults An unlawful physical attack by one person upon another where neither the offender displays a weapon, nor the victim suffers obvious severe or aggravated bodily injury.

Kidnapping/Abduction There were 36 kidnapping/abduction offenses in the Third Quarter of 2020 compared to 27 offenses in the Third Quarter of 2019, which is an increase of 33.3%. Of the 36 kidnapping offenses this quarter, 29 were unlawful restraints, 3 were aggravated kidnappings, and 4 were kidnappings.

Yes No Victim Relationship

Please refer to Texas Penal Code Title 5, Chapter 20 for full definitions, below are abbreviated definitions of each:

 Unlawful restraint:

Intentionally or knowingly

[restraining] another person.

 Kidnapping : Intentionally or knowingly [abducting] another person … not coupled with intent to use or to threaten to use deadly force.  Aggravated Kidnapping : Intentionally or knowingly [abducting] another person with the intent [for exam- ple] to hold him for ransom or reward … use him as a shield or hostage...inflict bodily injury. Transport : benefit [transporting] an individual in a manner that is de- signed to conceal the individual from … law enforce- ment authorities … and [creating] a substantial likeli- hood that the individual will suffer serious bodily inju- ry or death.  Unlawful For pecuniary

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Sex Offenses 107 offenses Forcible Rape Forcible Rape offenses

86 offenses Forcible, Other Other Forcible sex offenses

5 offenses Non - forcible Non - forcible offenses

decreased 21.9% from 137 offenses in the Third Quarter of 2019 to 107 offenses in the Third Quarter of 2020.

increased 7.5% from 80 offenses in the Third Quarter of 2019 to 86 offenses in the Third Quarter of 2020.

increased 66.7% from 3 offenses in the Third Quarter of 2019 to 5 offenses in the Third Quarter of 2020.

Approximately 76% were known offender - related. Approximately 51% of all victims were 17 years of age or under.

Approximately 90% of all victims were 17 years of age or under. Includes sodomy, sexual assault with an object, and forcible fondling.

Majority of offenses are considered statutory rape, which is defined as nonforci- ble sexual intercourse with a person who is under the statutory age of consent.

The Sex Crimes Unit continues the investigative process with the goal of bringing all perpetrators to justice.

Special Victims Section

July - September 2020 July- September 2019

Number of cases assigned to the Crimes Against Children Unit decreased 9.7% Number of cases assigned to the Domestic Violence Unit increased 1.5% Number of cases assigned to the Sex Crimes Unit decreased 7.6%

186

Decreased 9.7%

Crimes Against Children Unit

206

1,573

Domestic Violence Unit

Increased 1.5%

1,550

85

Sex Crimes Unit

Decreased 7.6%

92

0

500 1,000 1,500 2,000

Sex Crimes Unit The Sex Crimes Unit investigates sexual assault cases, indecent exposures, public lewdness, im- proper photography, injury to the elderly in care facilities, stalking, and any other crime of a sexual nature involving adults of 17 years old and older.

Crimes Against Children Unit The Crimes Against Children Unit investigates abuse and sexual abuse of children under 17 & homicides of children under the age of six.

Domestic Violence Unit The Domestic Violence Unit in- vestigates incidents of domestic violence in partnership with the various agencies collocated un- der the One Safe Place umbrella (Tarrant County ’ s Family Justice Center).

Special Victims Support The Sex Crimes Unit and the Victim Assistance Section work with patrol officers, hold community meetings, and provide presentations to local colleges on ways to prevent sexual assault. The Sex Crimes Unit along with TCU officials conduct information - exchange meetings to encourage discussion on ways to reduce the likeli- hood of becoming a victim. The Victim Assistance Section continues to provide support services to victims of reported sexual assaults. Cold Case Sexual Assault Detectives have been successful in solving older cases in- volving multiple victims using DNA from incarcerated individuals.

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2020 3rd Quarter - Crimes Against Property In the Third Quarter of 2020, Crimes Against Property increased 0.5% overall with 8,354 offenses reported compared to 8,314 reports in the Third Quarter of 2019.

July - September 2020 July - September 2019

28

Decreased 26.3%

Arson

38

0 0

No percent change

Bribery

834

Decreased 12.5%

Burglary/Breaking & Entering

953

56

Decreased 23.3%

Counterfeiting/Forgery

73

Increased 15.2%

1,580

Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property

1,372

11

Embezzlement

Decreased 81.7%

60

2 4

Increased 100.0%

Extortion/Blackmail

186

Decreased 15.5%

Fraud Offenses

220

4,610 4,625

Larceny/Theft Offenses - Total

Increased 0.3%

815

Increased 11.3%

Motor Vehicle Theft

732

190

Decreased 23.1%

Robbery

247

Increased 257.1%

25

Stolen Property Offenses

7

0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 4,000 4,500 5,000

The following provides additional information on Burglary/Breaking & Entering, Larceny/Theft, and Robbery offenses.

Burglary/Breaking and Entering Burglary/breaking and entering decreased 12.5%, from 953 offenses in the Third Quarter of 2019 to 834 offenses in the Third Quarter of 2020.

Burglary/Breaking and Entering Offenses by Location

July - September 2020 July - September 2019

Burglary/breaking and entering offenses decreased 12.8% in residential homes.

700

594

600

518

500

Burglary/breaking and entering offenses decreased 22.2% in businesses.

400

300

203

200

Burglary/breaking and entering offenses increased 1.3% in other locations.

158

158

156

100

0

Residence

Business

Other

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Larceny/Theft Offenses The total number of Larceny/Theft offenses increased 0.3% from 4,610 offenses in the Third Quarter of 2019 to 4,625 in the Third Quarter of 2020.

Pocket-picking & Purse-snatching

Decreased 31.8% from 44 to 30 offenses

Shoplifting

Increased 0.1% from 769 to 770 offenses

Theft from Building

Decreased 33.3% from 6 to 4 offenses

Theft from Coin-Operated Machine of Device

4,625

Decreased 73.3% from 15 to 4 offenses

Total Larceny/Theft Offenses in the 3 rd Quarter of 2020

Theft from Motor Vehicle

Decreased 2.0% from 1,661 to 1,627 offenses

Theft of Motor Vehicle Parts or Accessories

Increased 5.5% from 235 to 248 offenses

All Other Larceny

Increased 3.3% from 1,880 to 1,942 offenses

Robbery

2019 Third Quarter Robbery Offenses 247 2020 Third Quarter Robbery Offenses 190

In the Third Quarter of 2020, robbery offenses decreased 23.1% .

Robbery detectives utilize resources within the FBI Task Force, U.S. Marshal Service, Intel Unit, Crime Stop- pers, 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 engage 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.

E - commerce trade site locations:

Hours may vary due to the COVID - 19 epidemic. Please call the numbers listed to verify if the lobby is open .

 Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex – 505 W. Felix St. Lobby open Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. (817) 392 - 4200  South Division – 3128 W. Bolt St. Lobby open Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. (817) 392 - 3400

 Northwest Division – 4651 N. Main St. Lobby open Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. (817) 392 - 4600  East Division – 1100 Nashville Ave. Lobby open Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. (817) 392 - 4640

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2020 3rd Quarter - Crimes Against Society Crimes Against Society offenses are a reflection of the department ’ s mitigation and resolution strategies. Each violation is counted as one offense. There was a 35.1% decrease in the Third Quarter of 2020 compared to the Third Quarter of 2019.

July - September 2020

July - September 2019

19

Decreased 9.5%

Animal Cruelty

21

Decreased 44.2%

350

Drug/Narcotic Violations (excluding DUI)

627

35

Increased 133.3%

Gambling Offenses

15

38

Decreased 19.1%

Pornography/Obscene Material

47

3

Decreased 95.0%

Prostitution Offenses

60

188

Decreased 8.3%

Weapon Law Violations

205

0

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

2020 3rd Quarter - Gang Unit Report In the Third Quarter of 2020, a total of 74 cases were assigned to the Gang Unit, which is a 55.7% decrease from the Third Quarter of 2019.

July – September 2020

July - September 2019

Type of Offense

Percent Change

24

46

-47.8%

Assault Offenses

0

0

--

Burglary/Breaking & Entering

8

11

-27.3%

Destruction/Damage/ Vandalism of Prop

10

6

66.7%

Drug Narcotic Violation

0

0

--

Kidnapping

Murder & Nonnegligent Manslaughter and Negligent Manslaughter

0

0

--

1

1

--

Robbery

0

70

-100.0%

Sex Offenses, Forcible

31

33

-6.1%

Weapon Law Violations

74

167

-55.7%

Total

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Gang Unit Report Continued

Comparison of Citywide Gang - Related Offenses, 2018 - 2020

40

35

30

2018 2019 2020

25

20

15

10

5

0

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul

Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Gang - Related Offenses by Patrol Division 3rd Quarter 2020 vs 3rd Quarter 2019

43

37

32

32

30

22

12

11

8

7

6

1

Central

North Northwest

East

South

West

July - September 2020 July - September 2019

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Fort Worth City Council District Map

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Offenses By Council District Summary of Offenses By Council District

Third Quarter 2020 - Number of Offenses By Council District

Council District 2 Flores

Council District 3 Byrd

Council District 4 Moon

Council District 5 Bivens

Council District 6 Jordan

Council District 7 Shingleton

Council District 8 Gray

Council District 9 Zadeh

Type of Offense

13A - C Assault Offenses

288

372

285

413

285

162

586

348

Aggravated Assault

13A 13B

77

103

83

140

85

38

208

100

Simple Assault

187

235

177

231

170

102

328

224

Intimidation

13C

24

34

25

42

30

22

50

24

64A-B Human Trafficking

3

0

1

0

0

0

2

0

100 Kidnapping/Abduction

5

3

6

5

6

2

5

4

Murder & Nonnegligent Manslaughter and Negligent Manslaughter

09A-B

4

4

3

6

1

0

8

5

Murder & Nonnegligent Manslaughter

09A

4

4

3

6

1

0

8

5

Negligent Manslaughter

09B

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

11A - D Sex Offenses, Forcible

30

21

17

22

14

25

42

22

Forcible Rape

11A

12

13

10

16

6

13

23

14

11B-D Other

18

8

7

6

8

12

19

8

36A - B Sex Offenses, Nonforcible

1

0

1

1

0

0

2

0

Crimes Against Persons Subtotal

331

400

313

447

306

189

645

379

200 Arson 510 Bribery

6

4

1

4

1

2

4

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

220 Burglary/Breaking & Entering

81

131

95

124

74

66

112

151

Residence

53

85

62

84

47

45

74

68

Business

16

22

21

21

14

12

20

32

Others

12

24

12

19

13

9

18

51

250 Counterfeiting/Forgery

6

9

3

6

2

6

8

16

Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property (excluding arson)

290

155

221

189

246

172

92

247

258

270 Embezzlement

1

1

1

2

1

2

1

2

210 Extortion/Blackmail

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

Fraud Offenses (excluding counterfeiting/forgery & bad checks)

26A - E

20

24

35

24

24

14

21

24

23A-H Larceny/Theft Offenses - Total

431

571

638

595

588

432

681

689

Pocket-picking & Purse-snatching

23A & B

3

3

4

6

0

1

8

5

Shoplifting

23C

50

74

100

82

167

52

126

119

Theft from Building

23D

1

0

0

1

1

1

0

0

Theft from Coin-Operated Machine or Device

23E

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

3

Theft from Motor Vehicle

23F

186

216

245

209

172

185

193

221

Theft of Motor Vehicle Parts or Accessories

23G

17

36

45

30

28

19

42

31

All Other Larceny

23H

174

242

244

267

220

173

312

310

240 Motor Vehicle Theft

81

101

114

144

82

55

135

103

120 Robbery

21

25

27

22

11

4

60

20

280 Stolen Property Offenses

1

4

2

3

4

10

1

Crimes Against Property Subtotal

803

1,091

1,105

1,170

960

674

1,280

1,271

720 Animal Cruelty

0

1

2

1

8

2

3

2

35A Drug/Narcotic Violations (excluding DUI)

32

67

36

53

22

4

88

48

39A - D Gambling Offenses

11

7

1

1

1

2

3

9

370 Pornography/Obscene Material

4

4

2

3

7

9

6

3

40A - C Prostitution Offenses

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

1

520 Weapon Law Violations

17

22

5

47

24

5

41

27

Crimes Against Society Subtotal

65

102

45

112

56

23

142

88

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