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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"
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9-11 Memorial 2020
Atmos Energy - Big Thanks to you all and Wedgwood Square Neighborhood Association for providing school supplies to Bruce Shulkey Elementary with our NPO’s.
Our community is invited to gather on Monday, September 14 at 6:00pm for a candlelight tribute honoring Corporal Garrett Hull.
Corporal Hull gave his life in the line of duty two years ago and we shall never forget his sacrifice for our city.
Social distancing guidelines in accordance with CDC recommendations are encouraged and those in attendance are asked to remain in their vehicle until candle lighting begins.
Outside Agencies are invited to bring Marked Units.
We sadly announce the passing of our Mounted Patrol horse Jake. Jake passed away from complications of surgery.
Jake was more than a horse. He was a veteran & trusted partner.
Please join us in remembering and honoring Jake.
On Aug. 23 at approximately 10 p.m., two unidentified males were walking in the Harriet Creek neighborhood, looking for unlocked vehicles. The duo entered multiple vehicles, stealing numerous items. They are believed to be followed by an early to mid-2000s black Ford Mustang.
The suspects are between 18 to 22 years old; one suspect has multiple tattoos on both of his forearms. Anyone with information regarding these suspects is asked to call 817-392-3183.
Report #: 200065320
Awesome job and congrats to all of our students completing their first day of school!
Tell us about your successful “remote learning” day of school - #AllAloneTogether
Stay Safe & Sober on the roads this Labor Day Weekend Fort Worth!
Super shout out to Atmos Energy who provided us hundreds of back to school backpacks that we gave out for back to school events!
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Happy 25 Year Anniversary to Mrs. Billie Hurst who has reached a milestone in our Code Blue Program. This parade/presentation is just a small way for us to show our sincerest gratitude for all she has done to help her community and the Fort Worth Police Department!
You can learn more about our Code Blue Program by visiting police.fortworthtexas.gov/Get-Involved/citizens-on-patrol
***End of Watch*** Officer Brent Wisdom - Sept. 2, 1992.
Officer Brent Wisdom was struck by a vehicle (driven by a drunk driver) as he assisted a stranded motorist on the frontage road in the 4000 block of the South Freeway. Officer Wisdom stopped to assist in changing a flat tire of a stranded motorist, parking his patrol unit behind the vehicle. Officer Wisdom was pinned between the stranded vehicle and the vehicle which struck him.
Officer Wisdom died during surgery. He was only 22 years old.
We Will Never Forget.
On Aug. 25 at approximately 2:50 a.m. in the 4600 block of Wellesley Ave., two Black male suspects fired four shots toward a passing truck occupied by a family of four. One bullet struck the rear passenger side door where a 14-year-old female was seated. The victims are part of an overnight cleaning crew and just finished cleaning a dentist office.
The suspects are in their mid-to-late teens, between 5 feet, 8 inches to 6 feet tall with slender builds. Anyone with information on this shooting is asked to call 817-392-4730.
Report #: 200065475
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Jake is feeling that “weekend vibe” with his new hairdo...have a Great Weekend Ft. Worth!
FREE pet adoptions through the end of August!
...Promotion ends on Sunday 30.
...All adoption fees have been waived
...All pets have been spay/neutered, vaccinated and medical exams.
...Everyone must wear a mask.
Locations: Main shelter, 4900 Martin Street, PetSmart Alliance and PetSmart Hulen.
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Search Party for Carolyn Riggins.
9 a.m. - Sat., Aug. 29.
On Aug. 4 at approximately 6:50 p.m., a white male suspect approached the service desk at Kroger located at 9114 Camp Bowie Blvd. The suspect threatened to shoot the employee if they didn’t give him money. The suspect reached into his waistband as if he had a weapon; the employee feared the suspect was indeed armed and placed money from the registers into the suspect’s bag. The suspect took the bag and left the store. He was seen in a four-door silver sedan.
The suspect is between 40 to 50 years old and was wearing a blue mask, a black mesh cap, blue pants, a light-colored button down shirt with a distinct pattern and white shoes.
Anyone with information on this robbery is asked to call 817-392-4378.
Report #: 200059711
Carolyn Riggins. Up to a $5,000 reward for information leading to her whereabouts. Callers can stay anonymous.
FWPD Explorer Program OPEN ENROLLMENT Period Running NOW August 1 through September 30!
Don’t miss out on your chance to join one the best Police Explorer programs in the North Texas area! Please see the links below for further information about our FWPD Exploring program. Please complete the Explorer Program online Interest Form.
Explorer Program Information: https://police.fortworthtexas.gov/Get-Involved/explorer-program
See below link to apply NOW!
Explorer Program Interest Form: https://police.fortworthtexas.gov/OnlineServices/Explorer/
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You must enroll during the Open Enrollment period ONLY from August 1- September 30 annually. Should you have any questions regarding the FWPD Exploring program, please contact Officer Rebecca Woodward at [email protected]
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***Do you recognize this car burglar?***
On Aug. 17 at approximately 4:35 a.m., a vehicle was burglarized in the 10000 block of Belle Prairie Trail. The suspect is a white male who was wearing a backward baseball hat, a t-shirt with light-colored spots on the shirt, sweat pants pulled up past his calves, and white tennis shoes.
Anyone who recognizes this suspect is asked to call 817-392-3148.
Report #: 200314148
***Suspect has been identified and is currently in the Johnson County Jail on unrelated charges. Robbery detectives anticipate filing Aggravated Robbery Deadly Weapon charges. Thank you to everyone who called in with his identity.***
FORT WORTH, Texas – On Aug. 6 at approximately 6 a.m., a person arrived at the QuikTrip located at South Freeway and W. Everman Parkway. Two white males approached the person and asked for help with a vehicle that had a flat tire. The person agreed to help the two males, who got into the person’s Dodge Durango. The two males directed the person to a nearby industrial site, where the person saw a vehicle that did not have a flat tire. One male produced a handgun and demanded the person’s vehicle.
The victim attempted to drive away as one suspect got out of the victim’s Durango; the second suspect threatened the victim. The victim got out of the Durango as the suspect drove away. The Durango was recovered on Aug. 13 in Arlington, at which time one of the suspects was arrested. Robbery detectives have located video footage of the second suspect at the QuikTrip before meeting the victim. Detectives need public assistance in identifying the second suspect.
Suspect: white male in his teens to early 20s, 5 feet, 6 inches to 5 feet, 10 inches tall, and weighs 160 to 170 pounds. He has long, wavy hair, and was wearing a gray t-shirt and plaid design knee length shorts.
Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect is asked to call 817-392-4469.
Report #: 2061682
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Have a great week.
Aug. 21, 2020
FORT WORTH, Texas – On June 28 between 6:30 a.m. and 10 a.m., three unidentified persons entered CubeSmart Storage located at 5637 Basswood Blvd. The trio opened a storage unit and stole most of the property inside.
The suspects are two males and one female. Suspect One: white, in his 30s, stocky build, brown hair & beard; he has a large tattoo on his right shoulder. Suspect Two: white, in his 30s, brown hair & beard; he has a tattoo on his right arm above his elbow. Suspect Three: in her 30s, heavy build; she has pink/teal/silver colored hair.
They were seen in an early to mid-2000s white Chevrolet Silverado extended cab pickup truck. The truck has unknown stickers on both doors and the tailgate. Anyone who recognizes these suspects is asked to call 817-392-3188.
Report #: 200049312
On Aug. 12 at approximately 5:30 a.m., a female was in a parking lot at 4250 Old Decatur Rd. She was approached by a male with a hooded jacket. The male produced a handgun and demanded the keys to the female’s car. The suspect then fled in the victim’s blue Chevrolet Equinox. The vehicle was found the morning of Aug. 13, abandoned in the 2100 block of Stratford Park Drive in east Fort Worth.
Robbery detectives located video of a person of interest who was driving the Equinox in the hours after the robbery. Footage shows a male with distinctive tattoos and similar in appearance to the suspect:
Suspect: 1) Hispanic male, 17 to 25 years old, 5 feet, 6 inches to 5 feet, 9 inches tall with a medium build and short hair. He has tattoos on his right and left hand, upper left arm, and possibly his left forearm. He was wearing a white t-shirt and dark pants, and later a hooded jacket, red face mask and dark pants.
Anyone with information as to the identity of the suspect, or has information about the suspect can call Robbery detectives at 817-392-4469.
Report #: 20-61677
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**END OF WATCH** Officer Peter Howard - August 16,1915
Officer Howard was working the 'Franklin Hill' beat just west of Houston Street and north of the courthouse. He attempted to arrest a man who was acting suspiciously. While walking him to a call box, Officer Howard was attacked from behind by a second man. Officer Howard fired a shot trying to defend himself, but was overpowered. He was stabbed seven times in the back and his throat was cut. Officer Howard walked up Franklin Hill where an assisting officer found him. He died a short time later at St. Joseph Infirmary. His wife arrived just before he died and even with his throat cut, he was able to tell her good-bye. He was 44 years old.
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This was originally posted to our page on Aug. 5. East Division detectives spotted the gray Tundra depicted below at a gas station in east Fort Worth before officers could stop it. The suspect shown here is the passenger described below in our original post.
Please call 817-392-3148 if you know who he is.
On Aug. 3 at approximately 7:05 a.m., a possible 2015 gray Toyota Tundra parked next to a green Nissan Titan at 6700 Fossil Bluff Drive. An occupant of the Tundra smashed the front-right passenger window, stealing a Samsung tablet and a small red suitcase.
The Tundra has flat color gray paint, no front license plate, a blue rear license plate, and a black tool box. The Tundra was occupied by two white males, the passenger wearing a baseball hat and a face mask.
Anyone who recognizes this pickup truck is asked to call 817-392-3198.
Report #: 2000559226
Officer Brazeal is OUT of the hospital and was escorted today to a local rehabilitation facility. Great to see your Big Smile today Matt!
On Aug. 3 at approximately 6:30 p.m., a victim pulled up to an ATM at Chase Bank located at 2101 Hudson St. As the victim made a transaction, a white pickup truck pulled into the ATM lane next to the victim. A Hispanic male got out of a truck and opened the victim’s front passenger door. The man got into the car and tried to take money from the victim’s hand. The victim resisted; the suspect threatened to kill the victim and made a motion as if to draw a gun. The victim was in fear of her life and gave the suspect the money. The suspect also stole the victim’s purse. The suspect got into a white pickup truck and drove away south on Hudson Street toward East Lancaster.
Approximately one hour later, the suspect arrived at the Family Dollar store located at 2300 Mansfield Highway. The suspect used a debit card belonging to the victim. The suspect changed shirts and was wearing glasses at the store.
Suspect: 1) Hispanic male, 20 to 30 years old, 5 feet, 6 inches to 5 feet, 9 inches tall with a medium build and short hair. He may have tattoos on the side and back of his neck or arms. He was wearing a light-colored t-shirt and long khaki shorts. The suspect has possible scars under his left arm and a tattoo on his upper left arm.
Suspect vehicle: White GMC Sierra 4-door pickup truck with dark-colored wheels and rims and tinted windows. It is slightly raised and possibly a 4x4, 2008 to 2013 year model.
Anyone with information as to the identity of this suspect, or has any information about the suspect can call Detective Raynsford in Robbery at 817-392-4469 or e-mail [email protected].
Report #: 20-59412
End of Watch: Officer John Bell - Aug. 13, 1921.
Officer John D. "Jack" Bell was responding with other officers to the scene of a reported burglary on E. 4th St. While en route to the call, Officer Bell collided with a vehicle, striking the curb. He was thrown from his motorcycle and sustained extensive and massive injuries to his hip and his head.
Officer Bell was taken by ambulance to City County Hospital, where he died after surgery. He was only 29 years old.
We Will Never Forget.
We joined https://www.facebook.com/Operation-Progress-Fort-Worth-116063846863365/ in welcoming two new students to Fort Worth and TCU! Officers and members of our command staff wanted to make the L.A. natives first day at TCU a memorable one!!!
Operation Progress empowers underserved youth to become educated, ethical and productive adults who reach their full potential & positively contribute to society.
FM 156 between Bailey-Boswell Road & Harmon Road will be closed in both directions from midnight to 3 a.m. (Thurs morning - Aug 13).
***End of Watch***
William Addison Campbell, Aug. 12, 1909.
Officer William Campbell and his partner, Officer Tom Jones, were assigned to a foot beat in the Hell's Half Acre. Officer Campbell and Officer Jones were walking down a sidewalk at 12th and Rusk in front of the Jockey Club Saloon. Suddenly, a shotgun was fired from behind the officers from a window above the saloon. Officer Campbell took the full load in his neck and upper back, stumbled, and fell dead on the sidewalk.
Numerous threats had been made against Officer Campbell due to the number of arrests he made on his beat. He was 30 years old.
We Will Never Forget.
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