Contact by NPO/Beat Officer?

To find out who your NPO is, you can use the "One Address" search located on our home page. Simply type in your address (eg: 505 W Felix St) and press "Search". Once you enter a valid address, you will be redirected to the appropriate Patrol Division page and your NPO information will be provided in the right-hand column of the page (see yellow highlighted example below:

Fort Worth Police Department

The position of Neighborhood Police Officer was created during the implementation of Code:Blue in 1991. More positions were added through the Weed & Seed and Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) grant. A component within the Crime Control District increased the number of Neighborhood Patrol Officers (NPO’s) by 14 to provide one NPO for each major housing community (Butler and Cavile), enhance services to emerging Citizens on Patrol groups, assist with mobile storefronts, and provide relief for beat NPO’s during periods of absence due to vacation, training, prolonged illness or injury, etc.

Special Needs Assistance Program (SNAP)


In any emergency, good information is crucial. That's why the City of Fort Worth is working with agencies throughout North Texas to build a database of residents with special needs — to ensure assistance is available when disasters strike.

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