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Do you currently utilize private video surveillance at your home or business?   If you do, we'd like to hear from you.

Video surveillance is one of the best methods for apprehending criminals and convicting suspects who are caught in the act of committing a crime.   In stalling video surveillance is a great example of community-police partnerships and is something we highly value as a police department serving our community.

How Does it Work?

The Fort Worth Police Department is committed to our partnership with the residents and business owners in our community.   Many business owners and residents currently operate surveillance systems at their bushinesses and/or homes.   As crimes occur nearby, they are not always aware that their system may have captured information that could help solve the crime, thus keeping our community safer.   In turn, the police are also not always aware who may have this potentially vital information.

The Police Department is asking residents and businesses across the city to register their privately owned surveillance camera systems.   As we respond to criminal incidents, we may be able to use the information or footage gathered from the security cameras to assist in the apprehension and prosecution of the criminals involved.

What are the Benefits of Registering your Camera?

By registering your camera with us the Department can quickly identify nearby cameras that may have captured criminal activity.   After registering your camera, you would only be contacted by the Fort Worth Police Department if there is a criminal incident in the vicinity of your security camera.   Police personnel, if necessary, may request to view your camera footage in order to assist in the investigation.   Help us make Fort Worth an undesirable place for criminals to commit crime and help keep your entire community safe!


If you would like to tell us that you have video surveillance and allow officers to contact you should a crime occur at or near where your cameras are installed, we kindly ask that you let us know by filling out our registration form online at:   http://www.fortworthpd.com

Information provided to the Fort Worth Police Department regarding your camera systems will be for official use only.   Your personal information will remain confidential except as required by law.

Disclaimer and Terms of Use

The goal of the Community Camera program is to deter crime and promote public safety through collaboration between the Fort Worth Police Department and the communities we serve.   Accordingly, all registrants agree to the following terms and conditions:

Weekly Police Report for the Alexandra Meadows area


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A message from our Property Manager

Alexandra Meadows homeowners:

Please keep vehicles locked at all times and make sure items of value are not left in the vehicle.

Make sure proper lighting surrounds your home and if you can park vehicles in the driveway or in the garage, please do so.   If you spot a street light out, please report it to the city.   Find this phone number and the Police non-emergence number on the Phone Number page.

Report any suspicious persons to the fort worth police department and should you have a break-in or any attempt, please report this to the police department also.   See the important update at the bottom of this page.

Be alert to your surroundings.

Drug dealers and their customers are a fact of life and Alexandra Meadows is not exempt.   Have you noticed youths walking around wearing back packs on a Sunday afternoon when the temp is 100?   Ever wonder what is in those back packs?   The City of Blue Mound has a serious drug problem.   At my suggestion they have installed security lights at the South end of their park to light up the drainage ditch/spillway.   Drug dealers need the dark and other forms of cover to do their business.   Light up your neighborhood.   If you see a street light out, Please call TPW to report it - 817-392-8100.   You only need to give the intersection and closest address.

Here is a new map of the Fort Worth Police North Division.   Alexandra Meadows is in Section E11. New Map

To view just our Secton, click on the following: E11

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


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,

Register your security camera with the Fort Worth Police. Here is the link.

Officer Exrem Halim
Fort Worth Police Department
Neighborhood Police Officer
North Zone 1, N518 Beat
7451 N Beach Street
Office (817) 392-4690 * Mobile (817) 991-1309 * Fax (817) 392-5690

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