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Our thoughts and prayers are with our brothers and sisters of the Texas Department of Public Safety - Texas Highway Patrol
Trooper Damon Allen was shot and killed while making a traffic stop on I-45 in Freestone County, just south of Fairfield, at approximately 4:00 pm on Thanksgiving Day.
He had contacted the driver and was returning to his patrol car when the man exited his car and opened fire with a rifle. Trooper Allen was killed at the scene.
The man was located in Waller County several hours later and taken into custody after exchanging shots with officers.
Trooper Allen had served with the Texas Highway Patrol for 15 years. He is survived by his wife and three children.


Phones are back up.


Non-Emergency phone lines are down at this time. The 911 phone system is still operational. We are in the process of getting the issue resolved. Please call 911 if you need emergency assistance. We will keep you updated when the non-emergency lines are up and running.


We have been notified by AT&T and Tarrant County 9-1-1 that AT&T Wireless customers may have issues that lead to the inability call 9-1-1 from their wireless phones. If you need assistance in Westworth Village, feel free to call 817-738-3675.


It's Valentine's Day and the scammers are out in full force... again. There are many ways these online criminals try to trick you, but the most common are phony florists, online dating scams, phony electronic greeting cards and delivery scams. So, here are the red flags you need to look out for.

Do not trust emails or advertising from online florists or other gift retailers until you are sure that they are valid. Otherwise, you might be turning over your credit card information to a scammer or infect your computer with malicious software.

Do not trust an online greeting card, particularly if it does not indicate who sent it to you. Be very wary of a card sent by "a secret admirer." Even if you recognize the name, confirm that it was really sent from that person before you click on the link and open the card.

Do not trust special deliveries, there is no special charge for alcohol so if someone requires a credit card payment for such a delivery, just politely decline knowing you just dodged a bullet.

Do not trust anyone who indicates he or she is in love with you and then wants to communicate with you right away on an email account outside of the dating site, claiming to be working abroad, asking for your address and poor grammar which is often a sign of a foreign romance scammer. Many romance scams originate in Eastern Europe...

The rule still applies: THINK before you click.

Texas Warrant Roundup Kicks Off Friday

The Westworth Village Police Department will be participating in this operation. Warrant fees are waived if individuals with outstanding warrants surrender until 2-25-17

Law enforcement agencies across Texas kick off a campaign to clear as many active warrants as they can through March 5.


Just got some great news! Austin's Underdawgs and Crazy Burger FW food trucks are coming to our 75th Anniversary Block Party on September 24th. So come and bring your appetite!


Severe weather is possible this afternoon and evening. Pay attention to the weather warnings and take appropriate measures to stay safe! As always, if you have an emergency call 9-1-1!


All parking lots are full at NAS Fort Worth. Gates are closed. If you're in traffic, come back tomorrow.


On April 12, 2016, Chief Kevin Reaves presented the 2015 Annual Report to the city council.




We are seeing a trend around the area (most recently in River Oaks) with suspects approaching victims in their yards while claiming to work for TXU or Oncor. The suspects state that they need to trim trees around power lines. While the victims are distracted, one of the suspects makes entry in to the home and takes valuables. The victims state that the suspects wore reflective vests with Oncor or TXU printed on them so they may appear legitimate.

Be mindful of this scheme and never hesitate to contact our agency at 817-738-3675 if you are contacted in such a manner. As always, stay vigilant and report any suspicious activity.


NAS Fort Worth Air Expo 2016 is this weekend. Be prepared for traffic delays in and around the city on Saturday and Sunday. Please be patient and leave a little early as we expect a high turnout with this weekend's great weather. Watch this page and our Twitter feed (@westworthpd) for updates on traffic.


SCAM ALERT: An area city has notified us of a burglary where the suspects posed as code enforcement officers to distract the victim while other suspects entered the victim's home and stole valuables.

Westworth Village employees carry identification with them and most code enforcement activities take place with the employees driving marked vehicles. In any case, you are free to contact our dispatch office at 817-738-3675 to verify the identity of anyone claiming to be a Westworth Village employee.

As always, stay safe and never hesitate to report suspicious activity.


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Westworth Village, TX


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