2018 FWPD Annual Report

Building for the Future

Completed North Patrol Division Facility

On April 3, 2018, exactly one year after the ground- breaking ceremony, the City of Fort Worth formally celebrated the grand opening of the Fort Worth Police Department’s new North Patrol Division Facility (also referred to as the Sixth Patrol Division). Personnel housed at this new facility include patrol officers, neighborhood police officers, investigators, bike unit, and division administration. The Fort Worth Police Department’s Patrol Operations plays a critical role in both crime prevention and responding to calls

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for service. This new 23,000 square foot facility improves customer service by improving response times and increasing presence in the area, and enhances community partnerships by serving as the command center for new and active COPs by providing community meeting space and improving accessibility.

North Patrol Division Groundbreaking

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North Patrol Division Grand Opening

Records Office, Other Units Move to 1000 Calvert

In March 2018, the Fort Worth Police Department moved its Property and Records Management Divi- sion, Criminal Investigations Division, and Community Programs Division, which includes the Youth Unit, from 350 W. Belknap Street to 1000 Calvert Street, which is the former Police and Fire Training Acade- my. The Calvert facility was renovated to include office space to accommodate more than 150 person- nel and a records counter where customers can ob- tain accident and offense reports. Reports can also be obtained online at www.fortworthpd.com. The 350 W. Belknap facility was sold to Tarrant County in 2017.


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