Fort Worth Police Department

Fort Worth Police Department Emergency? Call 911. Non-emergencies or non-local, call 817-392-4222. Crime Stoppers hotline, 817-469-TIPS (8477). Site not monitored 24/7. Accident reports can be purchased here: https://www.reportbeam.com/ECommercePortal/Search.aspx?agency=TX_

The Fort Worth Police Department is a municipal law enforcement agency of the City of Fort Worth, Texas. It employs approximately 1562 sworn officers and 400 civilian employees who are dedicated to serving and protecting approximately 750,000 residents in one of the safest major cities in America.

Mission: "The Fort Worth Police Department provides quality service in partnership with the community to create a safe environment for all." FWPD Motto: "Service With Respect, Dedicated To Protect"

01/22/2020

***This was originally posted/shared to this page on Dec. 31, 2019. The driver has yet to be located/identified. Deadly hit-and-run:***

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE REQUESTED
For Immediate Release
Dec. 31, 2019

FORT WORTH, Texas – On Dec. 25 at approximately 9:30 p.m., a person was riding their skateboard around the 5600 block of Interstate 20 on the eastbound service road. She was struck by a black Ford F-150 pickup truck, which stopped briefly before driving away and failing to render aid. A witness described the F-150 as having damage to the front right side, and the front right side mirror will be missing or damaged.

The victim died from her injuries on Dec. 26. Traffic Investigations Unit detectives need to identify and locate the suspect vehicle driver involved in this deadly hit-and-run. Anyone with information is asked to call 817-392-4890.

Report #: 190110788

01/22/2020
Serial Robbery Suspects in Fort Worth

These two suspects need to be identified and located for their involvement in 7 robberies in a span of 3 hours on Jan. 20.

The suspects are black males in their late teens-early 20s. They were seen in a dark-colored two-door sedan.

This surveillance footage is from 709 W. Central Ave.

Please call 817-392-4469.

Enjoy these photos from the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade in Fort Worth.
01/21/2020

Enjoy these photos from the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade in Fort Worth.

We want to congratulate Officer Lancaster on being a recipient of the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal from the Sons o...
01/21/2020

We want to congratulate Officer Lancaster on being a recipient of the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal from the Sons of the American Revolution (K.M. Van Zandt Chapter).

Please join us in congratulating Officer Lancaster!

Open Discussion - Jan. 21.  Como Community Center.  6:30 p.m.  All are welcomed to attend.
01/20/2020

Open Discussion -

Jan. 21. Como Community Center. 6:30 p.m. All are welcomed to attend.

01/20/2020

Live update in regards to the incident at 4630 McPherson Blvd.

At the Stock Show with Fort Worth Cops For Kids 😂 👶 🐐
01/19/2020

At the Stock Show with Fort Worth Cops For Kids 😂 👶 🐐

Beautiful day for the Stock Show Parade!
01/18/2020

Beautiful day for the Stock Show Parade!

Applications for Police Trainee will be accepted beginning Feb. 10.You MUST apply online at:  fortworthtexas.gov/hr QUAL...
01/17/2020

Applications for Police Trainee will be accepted beginning Feb. 10.

You MUST apply online at: fortworthtexas.gov/hr

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Must be a U. S. Citizen at the time of application. (Must be able to speak, read and write the English Language).
• 20 - less than 45 YEARS OF AGE (Must be 20 years of age and cannot yet be 45 years of age by the date of your assigned Entry-Level Test/Civil Service Examination: March 10, 11, 12, 2020.)
• Valid and Current Driver’s License
o Must have an acceptable driving record.
• High school diploma; (or GED Certificate, plus 12 college semester hours, with at least a “C” average).
REQUIREMENTS:
• Must live within thirty (30) minutes of a designated report-in station;
o Must be accomplished within six (6) months of employment.
• Successfully pass a written test, a physical assessment test, a polygraph examination, an interview board, a medical examination, a psychological examination and an extensive background check.
ADDITIONAL EXAM POINTS:
Additional points up to a maximum of five (5) cumulative points shall be added to a passing exam score as follows:
 Residency = Three(3) points for residents who lived in the City of Fort Worth for a minimum of six (6) continuous months prior to March 10, 2020.
 Upload the documents below with your application to http://fortworthtexas.gov/hr/
o Associate’s degree or 60+ hours of college credit = One (1) point
o Bachelor’s degree (or higher) = Three (3) points
o Current state-certified (Texas or other state) = Three (3) points (law enforcement officer not offered a position in modified hiring process).
o Current licensed State jailers, police or fire telecommunicators, and prior law enforcement officers = Two (2) points as long as the applicant was not terminated for reasons that would be considered violations of FWPD general orders.
 Email a copy of your military proof documents to [email protected] no later than 9:00A.M. Monday, March 9, 2020 with your name and best contact number in the e-mail.
o Military Veteran = Five (5) points with Honorable Discharge, per DD214 Member- 4.
BENEFITS: http://fortworthtexas.gov/benefits/ AND http://www.fortworthpd.com/Recruiting/salary-benefits.aspx
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL: 817-392-5575
FOR APPLICATION ASSISTANCE PLEASE CALL: 817-392-7750
FOR REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION PLEASE CALL: 817-392-7750
Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex Human Resources Department
505 W. Felix Street 200 Texas Street
Fort Worth, TX 76115 Fort Worth, TX 76102
Website: [email protected] Website: http://fortworthtexas.gov/hr/
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
TEST DATES AND LOCATIONS: March 10-12, 2020, Multiple test times will be offered, beginning at 9:00 a.m.
BOB BOLEN PUBLIC SAFETY BLDG, 505 W. Felix, St., Fort Worth, Texas
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED: February 10, 2020 – February 24, 2020

APPLY ON-LINE ONLY @: http://fortworthtexas.gov/hr

***WANTED***
01/17/2020

***WANTED***

Thank You Cook Children's Medical Center for taking such great care of our newest officer. She's strong.#AdrianaSTRONG
01/17/2020

Thank You Cook Children's Medical Center for taking such great care of our newest officer. She's strong.

#AdrianaSTRONG

01/16/2020
Fort Worth Police Department

FOR Fort Worth RODEO AND STOCKSHOW TRAFFIC and all events at Dickies Arena...
Please watch this video for best instructions regarding traffic flow and parking in this area.
PLEASE DO NOT PARK IN NEIGHBORHOOD AREAS WHERE THERE ARE NO PARKING SIGNS POSTED

Planning on attending an event at the new Dickies Arena? This video will give some tips on best routes, rideshare tips and where to park and NOT park.
@dickiesarena

01/16/2020

High Water: (8:06 a.m.)

- E. Loop 820 Fwy & E Lancaster
- Randol Mill Rd & Precinct Line
- 5100 Parker Henderson
- 8000 Old Grandbury

The Fort Worth Animal Shelter is FULL.  Over 600 animals have arrived at the shelter since January 1.  Adoptions are now...
01/15/2020

The Fort Worth Animal Shelter is FULL. Over 600 animals have arrived at the shelter since January 1. Adoptions are now only $10 at 3 locations: PetSmart on Hulen/I20 and I35/Heritage Trace, and the animal shelter on Martin Street.

01/14/2020
Lollipop Guy

On Jan. 6 this unidentified suspect attempted to pass/cash a counterfeit check at a bank on Forest Park Blvd. He left the bank before authorities arrived (and left with a free lollipop).

817-392-4576.

Although we are not absolutely certain what was heard during this interaction, we feel pretty confident the added audio is (probably) spot on for this animated lollipop loving guy.

***The suspect has ball cap on - the accomplice is holding phone to his ear***BE ON THE LOOKOUTFor Immediate ReleaseJan....
01/13/2020

***The suspect has ball cap on - the accomplice is holding phone to his ear***

BE ON THE LOOKOUT
For Immediate Release

Jan. 13, 2020

FORT WORTH, Texas – On Jan. 5 a black male entered the Wells Fargo bank, 1701 Eastchase Blvd. He handed a teller a note. When the teller “paused,” the robber raised his sweatshirt, which exposed the butt end of a pistol. The teller then complied with his demands and he left the bank on foot.

The suspect is between 20 to 25 years old and weighs approximately 170 pounds. The suspect wore black clothing, including a black zip-up hooded sweatshirt and a gray ball cap with “M” on the front (possibly a Dallas Mavericks logo). Before this robbery, he and an accomplice were seen entering the BBVA Compass bank across the street from the Wells Fargo. Photos of the suspect and his accomplice are included.

Anyone who recognizes these suspects is asked to call 817-984-0322.

Report #: 20-1400

Good Morning Fort Worth!We hope you have a great day and a great week.
01/13/2020

Good Morning Fort Worth!

We hope you have a great day and a great week.

01/12/2020

Lubbock Police Department Fallen Officer Nicholas Reyna & Lubbock Fire Rescue Fallen Lieutenant/Paramedic Eric Hill - PD transport.

01/11/2020

That white stuff falling from the sky is called snow.

We are honored to have you in our ranks Adriana! #AdrianaStrong
01/11/2020

We are honored to have you in our ranks Adriana! #AdrianaStrong

We appreciate and value our relationship with our Clergy and Police Alliance (CAPA) & Ministers Against Crime (MAC) memb...
01/10/2020

We appreciate and value our relationship with our Clergy and Police Alliance (CAPA) & Ministers Against Crime (MAC) members.

With these recent graduates, we look forward to bigger and better things in 2020!

***Armed and Dangerous***Please call 817-392-4469 if you recognize this suspect: On Dec. 24, 2019, at approximately 7:30...
01/10/2020

***Armed and Dangerous***

Please call 817-392-4469 if you recognize this suspect:

On Dec. 24, 2019, at approximately 7:30 a.m., a black male entered a Sherwin Williams store located at 6132 Westcreek Drive. He pretended to be a customer and walked around the store for several minutes. He then approached a clerk, produced a handgun, and demanded money. The suspect left the store on foot after taking an unknown amount of money.

The suspect is between 25 to 35 years old and is approximately 6 feet tall with a slender build. He is considered ARMED and DANGEROUS. He was seen in a dark colored four-door car, similar to a Dodge Charger or a Chrysler 300; a second suspect was driving the car. Anyone with information on this suspect is asked to call 817-392-4469.

Report #: 19110446

***WANTED***Please call 817-469-TIPS (8477) if you know the location of these fugitives.
01/10/2020

***WANTED***

Please call 817-469-TIPS (8477) if you know the location of these fugitives.

01/09/2020

(Part 3) - Arrival

01/09/2020

(Part 2) - honorary Officer Adriana Nixon.

01/09/2020

(Part 1) - Swearing in of Adriana Nixon. Adriana is 6 years old and has a rare form of liver cancer. To brighten her day, we are officially naming Adriana as a Fort Worth Police officer.

Learn about our Citizens on Patrol Program:  Jan. 14 and Jan 18.For more information please call 817-392-4182.
01/09/2020

Learn about our Citizens on Patrol Program: Jan. 14 and Jan 18.

For more information please call 817-392-4182.

A new Fort Worth animal shelter is scheduled to be completed by January 2021.  351 Hillshire Drive.
01/08/2020

A new Fort Worth animal shelter is scheduled to be completed by January 2021.

351 Hillshire Drive.

Reminder, you can locate your Neighborhood Police Officer by clicking this link:https://police.fortworthtexas.gov/How/co...
01/08/2020
Contact by NPO/Beat Officer?

Reminder, you can locate your Neighborhood Police Officer by clicking this link:

https://police.fortworthtexas.gov/How/contact-by-npo-beat-officer

In most cases, the address will appear with your NPO information: Name & a phone number.

Contact by NPO/Beat Officer?File a Compliment or Complaint?File a ReportGet a copy of my Offense Report?Submit a Tip?File an Open Records Request?Register My Surveillance Camera(s)?Get a copy of my Accident Report?

01/07/2020

**We are looking for a vehicle involved in a hit and run accident that ended with a fatality.**

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE REQUESTED
For Immediate Release
Jan. 7, 2020

FORT WORTH, Texas – Traffic Investigation Unit (TIU) detectives need to locate a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run in the parking lot of an apartment community. On Jan. 6 at approximately 10:15 a.m., the suspect vehicle was reported traveling at a high rate of speed in the parking lot located at 3708 Vaucluse Drive. This vehicle struck another vehicle, which then collided into an apartment, which resulted in the death of a 64-year-old female.

One witness described the suspect vehicle as a dark gray or green SUV, “small type.” Another witness described the vehicle as a brown PT Cruiser/Chevrolet HHR type model with front-end damage.

Anyone who has information regarding this hit-and-run is asked to call 817-392-4888.

Report #: 200001391

01/06/2020
Michael Anthony Olivas

This is footage of serial aggravated robbery suspect Michael Anthony Olivas. He is wanted for multiple aggravated robberies between October and November (2019).

Please call 817-392-4469 if you know where he is.

Good Morning Fort Worth! Have a great week!
01/06/2020

Good Morning Fort Worth!

Have a great week!

UPDATEChelsea has been found safe by her family.
01/05/2020

UPDATE

Chelsea has been found safe by her family.

***MISSING PERSON***

25-year-old Chelsea Lynn Williams Quinones - last seen on Jan. 1 at 4308 Gorman Drive.

Please call 817-392-4222 if you have any information on where Chelsea may be.

***MISSING PERSON***25-year-old Chelsea Lynn Williams Quinones - last seen on Jan. 1 at 4308 Gorman Drive.Please call 81...
01/03/2020

***MISSING PERSON***

25-year-old Chelsea Lynn Williams Quinones - last seen on Jan. 1 at 4308 Gorman Drive.

Please call 817-392-4222 if you have any information on where Chelsea may be.

01/03/2020
Take A Look - Episode 9

***Take A Look***

1. Michael Antony Olivas - he's a serial aggravated robbery suspect (Robberies occurred in Oct. and Nov. 2019). 17 years old. Detectives believe it is possible Olivas is receiving assistance to evade arrest.

2. Suspect stole credit cards from a Trader Joe's customer - charged over $9,000.

Thank you for watching. Please call us at the numbers listed if you have any information.

01/02/2020

On Jan. 2, 2020, at 12:18 p.m., East Division officers responded to a shots fired call at 8320 Meadowbrook Drive. Officers located a female inside a vehicle with what is believed to be a gunshot wound to her upper extremity. The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office will determine the manner and cause of death.
A person of interest is being interviewed by our Homicide detectives and there is no immediate threat to the public.

***WANTED***817-469-TIPS (8477).
01/02/2020

***WANTED***

817-469-TIPS (8477).

01/01/2020

In response to questions and concerns: 817-392-4444 - to report fireworks.

Happy New Year everyone.

We hope you enjoy this last day of 2019.
12/31/2019

We hope you enjoy this last day of 2019.

12/31/2019

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE REQUESTED

Dec. 31, 2019
FORT WORTH, Texas – On Dec. 25 at approximately 9:30 p.m., a person was riding their skateboard around the 5600 block of Interstate 20 on the eastbound service road. She was struck by a black Ford F-150 pickup truck, which stopped briefly before driving away and failing to render aid. A witness described the F-150 as having damage to the front right side, and the front right side mirror will be missing or damaged.

The victim died from her injuries on Dec. 26. Traffic Investigations Unit detectives need to identify and locate the suspect vehicle driver involved in this deadly hit-and-run. Anyone with information is asked to call 817-392-4890.

Report #: 190110788

FORT WORTH, Texas – Robbery detectives are asking for public assistance in locating and identifying persons of interest ...
12/30/2019

FORT WORTH, Texas – Robbery detectives are asking for public assistance in locating and identifying persons of interest in multiple aggravated robberies across Fort Worth. The robberies occurred on multiple dates in October and November; locations of the robberies include 5112 Westcreek Drive and 1066 Forest Park Blvd.

Anyone with information regarding these persons of interest or these robberies is asked to call 817-392-4382.

Report #: 190102300; 190102333

Good Morning Fort Worth.  Two more days left in the year. Make em good ones!
12/30/2019

Good Morning Fort Worth. Two more days left in the year. Make em good ones!

12/27/2019
FWPD Bearded Officers

Attention FWPD Bearded Officers.
Important announcement from Chief Kraus regarding keeping our beards for a little longer.

End of Watch:  Officer Alan Chick.On this date, 26 years ago (Dec. 27, 1993) Officer Chick assisted a stranded motorist ...
12/27/2019

End of Watch: Officer Alan Chick.

On this date, 26 years ago (Dec. 27, 1993) Officer Chick assisted a stranded motorist on Southeast Loop 820 when he was struck by a drunk driver.

He died several days later at the hospital. He was only 34 years old.

We Will Never Forget.

12/27/2019

Press conference reference disturbance at Hulen mall.

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505 W. Felix St.
Fort Worth, TX
76115

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Welcome to the official page of the Fort Worth Police Department. For emergencies, call 911. To submit crime tips and information, call 817-469-TIPS (8477). For more information about the Fort Worth Police Department, visit www.fortworthpd.com. Through trust and justice, our police officers are enhancing their knowledge of race & bias. Read the 2017 status report: https://trustandjustice.org/pilot-sites/info/fort-worth-texas . It is our hope that this site will be a reliable resource for information regarding news, crime-prevention tips, programs and services of the FWPD. The opinions expressed by visitors on any page or pages of this site do not reflect the opinions of the Fort Worth Police Department. Please know that posted comments are monitored and the FWPD reserves the right to remove inappropriate or offensive content. The appearance of advertising and/or external links on this site does not constitute official endorsement on behalf of the City of Fort Worth or the Fort Worth Police Department. Any content posted or submitted for posting is subject to public disclosure and there is no expectation of privacy in comments posted to this site.

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Thank you officer Harris!! You took the time to find out about my fathers lost wallet. I'm sorry If I was a bit skeptical at first, but there are so many people scamming the elderly, that I was unsure at first. It was the first time that I actually answered an "unknown" caller. Thank you for taking the time to find out who it belonged to and how to help them. We appreciate you!! You are an amazing citizen of Ft. Worth!!
Goodluck new Officers to be I miss the honor of being a PoliceOfficer greatest job I've ever had
How do I donate some of my art work for fort worth police fallen officers and familys?
I’m sad to not see any EOW for the officer killed in, by Lubbock along with the firefighter. 😢
Stolen car crashed through big doors of Carmax in Fort Worth on Anderson Blvd and 820 totally into the showroom floor and into another business on Ederville Rd nearby. I saw the pictures of it on Channel 5 NBC news this morning. I cannot find that story & pictures online anywhere. I worked at that Carmax for 10 years, since retired. Could you please post the story, any updates and picture? Has the person been caught yet?
I've noticed a lot of posts on Facebook, DFW Scanner, and the Neighborhood app of shootings taking place on highways. It seems to be becoming more common. Somone just decides to shoot at cars? What's going on? How do we protect ourselves from people like that?
I’m in need of guidance with my situation. I recently placed video surveillance to help with multiple break in at my house. There is this jerk that continues to come in my back yard and taking things. I have called FWPD almost on a daily basis with proof to place charges on a neighborhood thug. I even have video of him in my backyard and him knocking on my door (I’m assuming to see if we are home so that he can break in). Unfortunately I have gotten the run around from my FWPD office about not being able to place charges or I have to call another number. I have even called this other number that was given but no answer at different times of the day. I have a teenager and small children. Today this jerk even yelled obscenities to my daughter and I’m done! What do I need to do to get attention and charges placed? I am scared for my safety and my families safety. I am not even comfortable in my own home as this problem is non stop! I don’t want a gun in my house because of my children but is this the route I need to take!?! I am upset at the system. I am asking for help and have not received it.
Blessings, Eversion Athletics will host a Hoop with Us basketball tournament March 7th 2020 at Watauga Recreation Center. The Goal of this event is Community through sports. We are inviting Officers and Fire and Rescue to come out and have FUN and play against our youth, Invitations are going out to Southlake, Northlake, Fort Worth, Weatherford, Saginaw, Keller, Denton, the most important part We could use your support to get the word out. Any Support would be Awesomely Appreciated. Thank You David Thomas Eversionathletics.org
We support and respect FWPD but my friend’s truck was stolen near the FTW Zoo from our office parking garage. He has been waiting for someone to show up and take his report since 5 PM nearly 4 hours ago. This is shameful! He has Onstar and his truck could have been tracked down but it might be too late.
Just wanted to say Thank you to the Fort Worth Police Officer that pulled behind our Courtesy Patrol unit tonight between 2050 & 2100 and provided protection keeping traffic off of us. It is greatly appreciated. Please remember folks, Slow Down or Move Over.