Crime Statistics for 18F30's Beat
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Beat Description and Boundary:
The boundary begins at the intersection
of the Hunters Creek City Limits (at South Voss) and Buffalo Bayou
and follows the city limits of Houston and Hunters Creek east
along the Bayou to Chimney Rock. The beat boundary turns south
and goes along the east lot lines of Chimney Rock to Green Tree.
Green Tree is a circular street that becomes Pine Forest and turns
west to Chimney Rock. The beat boundary follows the north, east,
and south lot lines of Green Tree and Pine Forest to Chimney Rock.
All addresses on these streets are the responsibility of 18G30.
The beat boundary continues south along the east lot lines of
Chimney Rock to the Southwest Freeway (I-59.) The boundary turns
west along the Southwest Freeway and goes to the SPRR railroad
tracks that run parallel to Westpark. The Southwest Freeway is
the responsibility of 18G30's beat. At Westheimer, the beat boundary
turns east and goes to Briargrove. Westheimer is the responsibility
of 18G40's beat. It turns north on Briargrove and goes to Valley
Forge. It turns east on Valley Forge to Clearbrook. It continues
north on Clearbrook to Woodway. It turns west on Woodway to the
Hunters Creek city limits and follows the city limits north along
South Voss to Buffalo Bayou, which is where it begins. Briargrove,
Valley Forge, Clearbrook, and Woodway are the responsibility of
Landmarks and Neighborhoods
Within This Beat:
The Richmond Strip, Briargrove,
Post Oak Estates, Westhaven
ZIP Codes Within This Beat
(see note below on ZIP codes and beats):
Crime Statistics For This
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