2018 FWPD Annual Report

FY18 CCPD Highlights Enhanced Enforcement Approved Budget

Strategic Operations, $570,972

Expanded SWAT, $944,736

Stockyards Overtime Detail, $102,591

Mounted Patrol, $1,917,181

Special Response Teams, $6,510,889

Parks Community Policing, $627,148

School Resource Unit, $8,909,959

Special Events/SEER, $2,295,890

Program Highlights

 Mounted Patrol (12 approved positions) - Attended 155 events including COP Recruitment Events, Ele- mentary Career Days, and Texas Motor Speedway Events.  School Resource Officer Program (73 approved posi- tions) - Provides assistance to Crowley ISD, Eagle Mountain/Saginaw ISD, Fort Worth ISD, Lake Worth ISD, Keller ISD, Northwest ISD, and Lena Pope Home.  Special Response Team (50 approved positions) Responded to 353 high-risk incidents.  Special Events Overtime Detail (5 approved positions) Attended 76 events including at Texas Motor Speed- way, Fourth of July, TCU home games, and Bass Hall.  Expanded S.W.A.T. (8 approved positions) - Respond- ed to 39 emergency call-back operations.

 Strategic Operations Fund - Enables officers to imple- ment details based on crime trends. 93 details con- ducted.  Stockyard Overtime Detail - Provided extra patrol on popular weekends within the Stockyards.  Park Community Policing - Assisted in 16 offenses at park and community facilities.

School Resource Officers


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