2020 2nd quarter overall crime rate decreased by 4.4% compared to 2019 2nd quarter.
July through September data expected to be available in October.
2020 3rd quarter overall crime rate decreased by 1.8% compared to 2019 3rd quarter.
There were 318.62 offenses per 100,000 population. (Data from April - June 2020).
There were 321.51 offenses per 100,000 population. (Data from July to September 2020).
There were 899.68 offenses per 100,000 population. (Data from April - June 2020).
There were 892.31 offenses per 100,000 population. (Data from July to September 2020).
Tactical Command Divisions/Unit are responsible for staffing the COVID-19 secure sites. Patrol, CIU, RTTC, and other specialized units continue to develop and implement actionable crime suppression plans in areas identified as experiencing high crime. Plans and areas are adjusted based on crime trends and coordination of different tactics and details are implemented to assist patrol as needed.
Continue with detail - Violent Crime Gang - this detail was created to address the surge of violent crimes in the City.
45 cleared out of 82 cases (54%). This includes cases received in prior months but closed in August.
Community Policing is always a top priority for FWPD. NPOs and Beat Patrol Officers meet with the community each day to enhance relationships. Began drafting new document that showcases various programs.
Neighborhood Police Officers and Crime Prevention Specialists are tasked with engaging neighborhoods, businesses, and citizens to discuss crime trends and assist with solutions specific to their area.
Read relevant law enforcement/city planning publications weekly.
Details and units are evaluated and assigned as needed.
A Violent Crimes Task Force has been created that includes US Marshal, Federal Bureau of Investigations, and Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.
Continued discussions with Re-entry First Stop Program /Cornerstone Assistance Network, discussed needs to increase capacity of Re-entry program through coordination of resources with County, CFW and PD.
There are a total of 16 Task Force Officers assigned to our federal partners in the FBI, JTTF, HIDTA, DEA, and ATF. In addition, Tactical Command has six K-9 interdiction officers that work with the local train stations, airlines, and bus depots. Intervention teams go into major shipping providers to investigate possible drug smuggler cases.
Additional teams within Narcotics have been incorporated to assist with task-force duties and officers and supervisors have been deputized by federal agencies partners.
Requests for juvenile information from parole and probationary officers get a prompt response, and directives to apprehend are disseminated immediately. SRU developed after hours unit from SRO's to respond to threats of violence at schools and a procedure for response.