Learn what we're doing with the #FortWorthSafe Strategy

#FortWorthSafe Strategy

Over the last year we have seen an unfortunate increase in violent crime in our community. In the month of April 2021 alone, we saw multiple shootings where innocent bystanders were caught in the cross-fire. As a community we need to stand together and fight for our city: this is OUR FORT WORTH. We must work together and show those who engage in this type of violent criminal activity, it will not be tolerated.

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Procedural Justice

Through trust and justice, our police officers are enhancing their knowledge of race and bias. This program was formulated by some of the highest regarded academic minds in the country from Yale, Harvard and UCLA as well as law enforcement professionals from several top agencies in the country including NYPD and Chicago PD.

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Accident Reports

Accident reports are available online using the Public Report Access portal

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Online Reporting

File a report online, such as Lost Property, Identity Theft, Harassing Phone Call, Theft, or Vandalism, or get a copy of a report already filed.  Online Reports

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Find out who your Division Commander is, Neighborhood Police Officer (NPO) and more.


Executive Staff

Learn more about the Chief of Police and his Executive staff, consisting of 3 Assistant Chiefs, 5 Deputy Chiefs, and 2 Police Assistant Directors

Chief of Police Neil Noakes

Chief Neil Noakes has been with the FWPD since 2000. He has served in multiple ranks across the department in areas such as Patrol, DWI, Motors, and Internal Affairs. Prior to being named Chief of Police, he oversaw the South Command as Deputy Chief. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration form Tarleton State University and his master’s degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology from Texas Christian University (TCU). He is a graduate of the Southern Police Institute’s 137th Administrative Officers Course and TCU’s inaugural Leadership, Executive and Administrative Development program (L.E.A.D. #1). He also enjoys working with youth engagement programs such as Operation Progress, Read2Win, All Pro Dad and the City of Fort Worth’s Education Initiative.

Executive Assistant Chief Robert Alldredge

Executive Assistant Chief Alldredge began his career with the Fort Worth Police Department in 1999. He has served as an officer, corporal, and sergeant in several units within the Patrol Bureau. His command experience includes assignments as a Patrol Shift lieutenant, CIU/NPO lieutenant, Tactical Operations Division captain, Professional Standards Division captain, and Central Patrol Division captain. His executive experience includes assignments in Tactical Command, North Command, and Operational Command. He currently oversees the department's Finance/Personnel Bureau, consisting of the Training Division, Professional Standards Division, Program Support Division, Communications Division, and Quality Assurance. Executive Assistant Chief Alldredge earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Criminal Justice from Tarleton State University. He is a graduate of the 269th Session of the FBI National Academy, the Caruth Police Institute’s Executive Leadership Course, and is a veteran of the United States Air Force.

Assistant Chief Julie Swearingin

Assistant Chief Swearingin has been employed with the Fort Worth Police Department since 1995. She holds a Master Peace Officer License and a Police Instructor’s License from TCOLE(Texas Commission on Law Enforcement). She has Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice, and is a graduate from the FBI National Academy. During her tenure with the Fort Worth Police Department, assignments include: Patrol, Gang, Training Academy, School Liaison, Detective office, Internal Affairs, Criminal Investigations, Special Victims Section, Chief’s Office, Special Investigation, Tactical Operations and Operational Command. In her tenure with the department she’s received multiple awards and recognition. She is currently the Assistant Chief over the Support Bureau, which includes Tactical Command and Investigative and Support Command.

Assistant Chief Joseph Sparrow

Assistant Chief Sparrow began his career with the Fort Worth Police Department in 1995. His command experience includes Neighborhood Policing District 4, where he was awarded Commander of the Year honors, the Gang section, the School Resource Officer section, the East Community Operations section, Central Division, and North Command. Assistant Chief Sparrow has earned both a Master’s Degree and a Doctorate Degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is a graduate of class 272 of the FBI National Academy. He is currently the Assistant Chief over the Patrol Bureau.

Deputy Chief Buck Wheeler

Deputy Chief Buck Wheeler joined the Fort Worth Police Department in 1999. He has served as an officer, sergeant, lieutenant and commander in Patrol. He has also served at various ranks at the Training Division, Gang Unit, Criminal Investigations, Use of Force Oversight, Procedural Justice Unit and Administration. His has completed the FBI-LEEDA Leadership Trilogy, earned a TCOLE Master Peace Officer License and a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration. He oversees the department's Operational Command.

Deputy Chief Mark Barthen

Deputy Chief Mark Barthen currently oversees the department's Investigative & Support Command.

Deputy Chief Pedro "Kiki" Criado

Deputy Chief Pedro “Kiki” Criado is a 30 plus year veteran and is the new Deputy Chief of North Command where he oversees the operations of North Division, Northwest Division, West Division and Traffic Division. He brings experience as former Commander for the Northwest Division, and has served as a District Lieutenant, Patrol Sergeant, SWAT Sergeant, Internal Affairs Sergeant, Public Information Sergeant, Investigator for the Crimes Against Children Unit, Field Training Cpl., Neighborhood Patrol Officer and Patrol Officer. Born and raised in Fort Worth, the son of immigrants, Deputy Chief Criado understands and values the needs of both the Fort Worth communities he serves and the officers under his command. Deputy Chief Criado attended local Forth Worth schools graduating as Valedictorian from Diamond Hill Jarvis High School. He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Arts and Science from Midwestern State University. He holds a Master Peace Officer License through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, graduate of the FBI-LEEDA Leadership Trilogy training, and a graduate of the City of Fort Worth’s Successful Supervision Training. Deputy Chief Criado is a humble, God-fearing servant leader that chooses to serve and live his life for others. In an ever-evolving city and police department, Deputy Chief Criado embraces new challenges and change. It is his goal to lead in an environment that fosters mutual respect and understanding, reflective of the professional standards expected from those he serves.

Deputy Chief David Carabajal

Deputy Chief Carabajal oversees the Tactical Command which consists of the Tactical Operations Division, Tactical Intelligence Division, and Tactical Investigations Division.

Deputy Chief Chad Mahaffey

Deputy Chief G. Chad Mahaffey began his career with the Fort Worth Police Department in 1995. He brings experience as a former Commander for the North Division and Central Division, Captain over Tactical Intelligence Division, XO Captain for South Division, Lieutenant over Forensics and Economic Crimes, and Public Information Sergeant. He also served various roles throughout patrol including District Lieutenant, Sergeant, Field Training Corporal and Neighborhood Patrol Officer. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Midwestern State University, holds a Master Peace Officer License through TCOLE, is a graduate of Caruth Police Institute Executive Leadership Program, as well as other specialized emergency management training. He is currently the deputy chief over South Command where he oversees the operations of Central Division, South Division, East Division, and the Community Alliance Division.

Deputy Chief Monica Martin

Deputy Chief Martin grew up in Overton, a small town in East Texas. She moved to Fort Worth with her mother and stepfather in 1998 and graduated from Eastern Hills High School. In 2005, She joined the Fort Worth Police Department, following in the footsteps of her stepfather. She has been with the department for over 17 years and has worked in a variety of capacities, including patrol, background investigations, recruiting, and Court Liaison Supervisor. Deputy Chief Martin served as Commander in the East Division, which is where I grew up and still live, for over a year prior to her most recent promotion to Deputy Chief. She is excited about her new role as Deputy Chief over the Community Safety Partnership Bureau. One of her greatest assets is her passion for people, community, and building genuine relationships.

Assistant Police Director Leo Luna

Assistant Police Director Leo Luna currently oversees the department's Personnel/Program Support Command, consisting of the Program Support Division, Employment Services and the Centralized Police Payroll Team.

Assistant Police Director Keith Morris

Assistant Police Director Keith Morris manages the Fiscal Command, which is responsible for Police budgets, purchasing, grants, and asset management. Keith joined the Department in 2018 from the healthcare finance sector with over 15 years experience in non-profit financial management. Since joining the Department, Keith has overseen an expansion of Crime Control and Prevention District funding for community groups that provide afterschool services, victim assistance, youth literacy, gang prevention, and more.

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Patrol Commanders

Each Patrol Division has an appointed Commander, an Executive-level position responsible for each one of the six patrol divisions

Central Commander - Chris Daniels

Central Division encompasses a large, diverse area to include the Downtown Business Community, Hospital District, Texas Wesleyan University and many historic neighborhoods immediately surrounding these areas. Included in the boundaries are the major shelters for our homeless population.

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East Commander - Antione Williams

The East Division encompasses portions of Council Districts 4, 8 and the majority of District 5. It stretches from Beach Street to DFW International Airport and is full of history and opportunity, no matter which route you take to get there.

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North Commander - Sean Kenjura

North Division has experienced unprecedented growth during the past 15 years, spanning from Loop 820 to the Texas Motor Speedway. North Division has many of Fort Worth's newest neighborhoods and employment centers.

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Northwest Commander - Jason Kim

Northwest Division is one of the most historic and culturally diverse areas of our city that is experiencing constant growth and positive transformation. From the historic Fort Worth Stockyards to Eagle Mountain Lake this division is rich in tradition and economic growth that has sparked new neighborhoods and businesses in the area.

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South Commander - Andre Smith

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.

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West Commander - Stefanie RIcks

The West Division serves a thriving community. The basic boundaries are from the west bank of the Trinity River to Parker County, from Granbury Road to the south, to Jacksboro Highway to the north. Learn more about West Division

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Help Us Solve a Crime

The Fort Worth Police Department has 94 unsolved crimes that the we need your help with! We highlight a few below, and we would love for you to browse all of them.

Cindy Heller, 23 years old

Report No: 85006264
Location: 3600 Bellaire Dr
Synopsis: On October 23, 1984, Cindy Heller left a dance studio and went to a restaurant. She never returned home. Her vehicle was found at the Hunter’s Ridge Apartments, 4850 River Ranch Rd. On January 5, 1985, Cindy Heller was found deceased in a ravine behind the TCU Physical Maintenance Plant. She had been strangled. She lived on Bellaire Dr in Fort Worth.

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Mary Till, 27 years old

Report No: Dallas PD-381545-P
Location: 6200 Baraboo Dr., Dallas
Synopsis: On August 17, 1983, Mary Till went out on a date. Mary Till returned to her apartment at 2501 Ivy Brook in Arlington on August 18. Later that morning, she called her workplace in Dallas and told an employee that she would be late for work. She never showed up for work. On January 3, 1984, some hunters found her body in a wooded area near a creek in the 6200 block of Baraboo Dr in Dallas. She died as a result of a gunshot wound. During this period of time, a Homicide Task Force had been established by the Fort Worth Police Department. The bodies of several females had been found in and around Fort Worth. Mary Till’s case was one of the cases that the Homicide Task Force investigated.

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Richard Hutchinson, 32 years old

Report No: 95023794
Location: 3200 Avenue I
Synopsis: On January 14, 1995, Richard Hutchinson and his brother were traveling in a blue pick-up truck in the Poly neighborhood on the east side of Fort Worth. A male ran up to the driver’s side of the truck and fired several times toward the truck, shooting and killing Richard Hutchinson. This murder was believed to have been drug-related.

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Stanley Cohen, 51 years old

Report No: 02157448
Location: 3401 Miller
Synopsis: On March 3, 2002, Stanley Cohen was found deceased inside his place of business, the S&S Auto Parts Store at 3401 Miller Avenue. The business had been ransacked and there were indications of a violent struggle. He died as a result of gunshot wounds. It was apparent that the crime took place shortly after the business had closed that Sunday  afternoon. One of the trucks from the business had been stolen, and was later found in the parking lot of the Minyard’s Food Store at the intersection of E. Berry Street and Miller Avenue.

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Community Camera Program

Residents and businesses across the city can register their privately owned surveillance camera systems

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Most Wanted

Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1000 for information leading to the arrest of these fugitives. If you have information or the location of any fugitives featured below PLEASE call Crime Stoppers at: 817-469-TIPS (8477) or WWW.469TIPS.COM.

Amado Cano, DOB: 05/31/1973

Wanted For: Sexual Assault Child
Wanted By: FWPD

Chelsee Keeney, DOB: 11/26/1984

Wanted For: Forgery
Wanted By: FWPD

Lyman Porter, DOB: 01/19/1985

Wanted For: Aggravated Assault, Deadly Weapon, Family
Wanted By: FWPD

Angelique Purvis-Scott, DOB: 01/24/1969

Wanted For: Unlawful Restraint x2
Wanted By: FWPD

Moet Harris, DOB: 01/08/2002

Wanted For: Arson Habitation
Wanted By: FWPD

Josh House, DOB: 03/27/2005

Wanted For: Aggravated Robbery
Wanted By: FWPD

Shantranae Rollison, DOB: 02/17/1995

Wanted For: Robbery
Wanted By: FWPD

Refugio Garces III, DOB: 08/07/1975

Wanted For: Sexual Abuse of Child, Continuous, Under 14 x 2
Wanted By: FWPD

Jennifer Torres, DOB: 01/27/1981

Wanted For: Abandon/Endanger Child, Criminal Negligence
Wanted By: FWPD

Cornelius Davis, DOB: 03/30/1998

Wanted For: Robbery; Theft
Wanted By: FWPD


We are pleased to provide CrimeMapping.com to search preliminary crime information for crimes near an address. CrimeMapping.com provides an alert system that will allow residents and business owners to receive email alerts regarding recent incident activity in their desired area.

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