Neil Noakes
Commander

Email Commander

North Division
8755 N Riverside Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76244

Criminal Investigations
8755 N Riverside Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76244

North Division

North Division has experienced unprecedented growth during the past 20 years, spanning from Loop 820 to the Texas Motor Speedway. North Division has many of Fort Worth’s newest neighborhoods and employment centers. This unprecedented growth in the Alliance Corridor, both in residential and commercial development created the need to add a sixth patrol division in 2017. The division recently celebrated the opening of a new headquarters facility at 8755 N. Riverside Drive that includes meeting space to hold community meetings and other neighborhood functions.

North Division Boundaries Map

 

North Division Goals/Status Dashboard

FY17-FY21 Strategic Plan Implementation Highlights

  • Economic Development Committee meets each month to share information related to crime trends and foster collaborative relationships.
  • Crime Prevention Specialist hosted Neighborhood Crime Watch meetings, Neighborhood Block Captain training, Kid ID program, and provided use of force training.
  • Neighborhood Police Officers, patrol officers, sergeants and the Commander and Captain all attended multiple meetings to speak about crime trends and answer questions from citizens.
  • Neighborhood Patrol Officers work with the community through the Read2Win, All Pro Dad group, and FWPAL programs.
  • Installed a “Little Free Library” at the new North Division headquarters. This is a free book exchange network that encourages community engagement with children and families. 
  • The mobile storefront was used multiple times at school fairs, a bicycle rodeo, and neighborhood events to promote police/community engagement and  provide services to the citizens within  the area.
  • Held the following community forums: Code Blue meetings, Auto Etching event, Parent Café, Clergy and Police Alliance (CAPA) lunch, and Movie Night at Heritage Church.
  • Neighborhood Patrol Officers included Citizens On Patrol (COP) members in Special Operation Details throughout the past two years. 

Patrol Divisions

Central Division
East Division
North Division
Northwest Division
South Division
West Division

Status Indicators Defined

On target

A green arrow indicates that the goal is on target to be accomplished by their estimated completion date. “On target” items may also be ongoing items continuously being implemented by the department.

Lagging goalA yellow square indicates that the goal is lagging and needs to be monitored in the near term to ensure that the goal can be completed within the specified timeline.

Insufficient progressA red arrow indicates that the goal has insufficient progress needed to meet the specified timeline. A red status should not be interpreted as failure—it simply means that the goal or action item needs more attention to ensure that the specified timeline can be met. Please note that external factors can play a role in the inability to meet timelines such as funding and staffing.

Being monitoredA blue circle indicates that the goal is currently being monitored and that the implementation of that goal is expected to start in a future quarter or year. Please note that external factors can play a role in the inability to meet timelines such as funding and staffing.

Fort Worth Police Foundation


The Fort Worth Police Foundation, formerly known as the Fort Worth Police Officers’ Award Foundation, is a non-profit organization that exists to recognize and promote the professionalism and excellence of Fort Worth Police Officers. Founded in 1981, it was established by the business community to support local police and recognize excellence in performance with the ultimate goal being a reduction in crime. To make a donation, or for more informtion, click the button below.

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