Code Blue News - Crime prevention in Alexandra Meadows


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John Charles
Code Blue Captain
Alexandra Meadows
email: johngc90@yahoo.com
Phone: 817-806-6637

Want to learn more about Code Blue?   ...   Would you like to apply for training in the Code Blue program?   Click on the link below, fill out the form and email it to Officer Lawson.
Jim.Lawson@fortworthtexas.gov   Code Blue


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Cindy Strause
North Division Citizens on Patrol Coordinator
Fort Worth Police Department
8755 North Riverside Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76244
Office: 817-392-3172
City Cell : 817-201-4285
E-mail:  Cindy.Strause@fortworthtexas.gov

We have a program called Code Blue.  This program has volunteers that have police radios.  They patrol their neighborhoods and report what the see.  This program allows the volunteers to observe and report only.  The volunteers do not under any circumstances get involved.
If you want to reduce crime in the neighborhood this is the way to do it.  Each patroller will have a radio and signs on their car.  Most of the HOA's in Fort Worth have between 20 to 70 patrollers.  WE HAVE 11.  There is no age limit.  Most of the Code Blue patrollers are retired.
It is up to y'all.  If you want to join the program you can contact me at E-mail:  johngc90@yahoo.com.  This program really does reduce crime.  Criminals will not go into a neighborhood that is being patrolled.
If you are planning to take the Code Blue class you must call Cindy Strause to register

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        2020 COP Training Dates

Date

Time

Address

February 22

Saturday, 9:00a.m.

1100 Nashville Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76105-1529

March 7

Saturday, 9:00a.m.

505 W Felix St, Fort Worth, TX 76115-3405

March 31

Saturday, 9:00a.m.

505 W Felix St, Fort Worth, TX 76115-3405

April 18

Saturday, 9:00a.m.

1901 N Las Vegas Trl, Fort Worth, TX 76108-9791

June 16

Saturday, 9:00a.m.

505 W Felix St, Fort Worth, TX 76115-3405

 

John Charles
Code Blue Captain
Alexandra Meadows
email: johngc90@yahoo.com
Phone: 817-806-6637

Want to learn more about Code Blue?   ...   Would you like to apply for training in the Code Blue program?   Click on the link below, fill out the form and email it to Officer Lawson.
Jim.Lawson@fortworthtexas.gov   PDF Code Blue




This is an updated NPO & COP Groups List.

Cindy Strause
North Division Code Blue Coordinator
Fort Worth Police Department
8755 North Riverside Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76244
(Office) 817-392-3172
Cindy.Strause@fortworthtexas.gov Blue Badge

Message Alerts for your community.

This would be great tool for your HOAs and Code Blue members.

Here is some great info to pass along to your HOAs, COP groups, Nextdoor.com groups, etc.   By placing their serial numbers on leadsonline.com it gets the property entered immediately, so if a burglar pawns it, it will immediately be identified as stolen property.   Instead of having to count on a police department employee to get the serial number from a report and entering it in the system.   It would be very beneficial to the Property crimes or any other investigative unit.

Register your property at reportit.leadsonline.com PDF

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This is a great system...and we need to try to get our citizenry on board.   Citizens type in their serial numbers of property (totally secure online) and good descriptions and then if (God Forbid) their cars or houses get broken into we have the serial numbers already (please have them also take pictures of their jewelry as that is becoming a popular item to take and melt and we only have 14 days to find the stuff...   If schools or businesses want to record serial numbers in the same way there is a small charge...   If you have any questions please contact me.

Thank you,


OneAddress

OneAddress aims to improve customer experience through technology enhancements

Curious about the location of your nearest community center?   Want to check out recent crime incidents in your neighborhood?   Or learn about a new building going up down the street?
All of these tasks are easier thanks to the City of Fort Worth's OneAddress service, which can be accessed at OneAddress.FortWorthTexas.gov.
Fort Worth launched an open data program in 2016 to help make government data freely and publicly available for anyone to use.   OneAddress includes several datasets:

Plans call for incorporating data and apps on a regular schedule with a continuous flow of data that can be accessed by everyone, without charge, online.


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