Greg Weathers
Commander

Email Commander

South Division
3128 W Bolt St
Fort Worth, TX 76110
(817) 392-3400

Criminal Investigations
3128 W Bolt St
Fort Worth, TX 76110
(817) 392-3462

South Division

The South Division is an area bustling with life, growth, and change. The officers, supervisors, and commanders pride themselves on developing and respecting partnerships with the community. Strategically located, easily accessible facilities reinforce the neighborhood involvement and provide meeting places for a variety of civic groups. As development continues, our commitment is to providing crime prevention and suppression, police response and protection, and transparent operations to best serve the community.

South Division Boundaries Map

 

South Division Goals/Status Dashboard

South Division Insufficient Progress

  • Assist with increasing economic development and investment through enforcement, crime prevention, and active engagement with various community partners. Commanders shall establish an economic development committee and meet four times per year to discuss and identify new modes of collaboration and joint venture opportunities.
  • Develop community informants to glean additional information on criminals and trends. NPOs and beat officers shall develop or refer one potential confidential informant to the Intelligence Section per month.

FY17-FY21 Strategic Plan Implementation Highlights

  • The new South Patrol facility was approved as part of the 2018 bond program.
  • Utilized the mobile storefront as additional presence in front of big box retailers in the evening hours to help reduce theft/ shoplifting.
  • Neighborhood Police Officers actively monitor the NextDoor application to receive feedback on community needs and concerns.
  • Community forums have been established to discuss and address crime issues.
  • Neighborhood Police Office continue to work on addressing quality of life  issues.
  • Began hosting Coffee with Cops program.
  • Held multiple Citizen on Patrol group meetings and promoted recruitment.
  • Neighborhood Patrol Officers are actively involved in youth activities.
  • Attended multiple neighborhood association meetings.
  • Worked with the Homeless Liaison to assist the homeless population.
  • Conducted special operation details with Citizens On Patrol (COP) members.
  • Continued to make contacts with business and citizens to discuss crime trends and quality of life issues.

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 Department Honor Code


I will respectfully serve the citizens of Fort Worth and the Fort Worth Police Department. I will dedicate myself to the protection of life, property, and our public trust. My integrity, character, and courage will be above reproach, and I will accept no less from other members of our department.