2018 FWPD Annual Report

...For the Community

There is the Stanley Cup Playoffs (ongoing) and then there's the Guns N Hoses playoffs. FWPDs team got the gold! Bring on the Penguins!

Shoot for the Blue is an event benefiting the Fort Worth Police Bike Support Group, a 501(c)(3), which is committed to training and equipping officers, fostering relationships between law en- forcement and the Fort Worth community, and providing special funding to One Safe Place. This year, $115,473 was raised. Thank you to the many sponsors that helped raise these funds.

It was a fun time at the First Annual Casting With Cops at the Greenbriar Recreation Center. Fishing poles were donated and Neighborhood Police Officer (NPO) Williams - we have to give credit to him - came up with this great idea. We also want to thank two Texas Game Wardens who chipped in and made this event possible. Kids joined officers for lunch and then went fishing, hoping for that first catch. Over twenty children joined FWPD officers....and good times were spent fishing and talking. Afterward, the kids took home their new fishing poles, which will come in handy for their next fishing excursion!

On July 26, Texas Roadhouse locations all across the Lone Star State hosted a Tip A Cop Night, a Law Enforcement Torch Run fundraising event for Special Olympics Texas (SOTX). During the dinner shift, FWPD officers traded uniforms for aprons and served tables for tips, which was donated to SOTX at the end of the dinner shift.


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