Crime Statistics for 18F40's Beat
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Beat Description and Boundary:
The boundary begins where South
Gessner crosses the Buffalo Bayou. It goes east along the bayou
to the city limits of Houston and Piney Point and Hunters Creek.
It follows the city limits to Woodway. It continues east along
the south lot lines of Woodway to Clearbrook. It turns south along
the west lot lines of Clearbrook to Valley Forge. It turns west
along the north lot lines of Valley Forge to Briargrove. It continues
south along the west lot lines of Briargrove to Westheimer. The
boundary turns west on Westheimer and goes to Briargrove to Westheimer.
Addresses on both sides of Westheimer from Briargrove to Hillcroft
are the responsibility of 18G40. The boundary turns south on the
west lot lines of Hillcroft to Windswept. The boundary turns west
between the lines of Hillcroft to Windswept. The boundary turns
west between the Briarmeadow Subdivision and Westpark Center along
the south lot lines of Windswept. Windswept ends in the subdivision
and continues west at Dunvale. The boundary follows a straight
line along the clearing from the south lot lines of Windswept
at the corner of the Briarmeadow Subdivision to the south lot
lines of Windswept where it begins again at Dunvale. At Dunvale,
the boundary turns north along the east lot lines to Richmond
Avenue. Dunvale is the responsibility of 18G50's beat. It turns
west on Richmond and goes along the north lot lines to Fondren.
It turns north along west lot lines of Fondren to Clark Crest.
The boundary turns west on the north lot lines of Clark Crest
and goes to Jeanette. It turns norht on Jeanette one block to
Kingsville. It turns west along the north lot lines of Kingsville
to the east lot lines of Rock Arbor. It continues north on the
east side of Rock Arbor Drive to Valverde, west on Valverde to
Westerland, and north on Westerland to Westheimer. Clark Crest,
Rock Arbor, Valverde, Kingsville, Jeanette, and Westerland are
the responsibility of 18G50's beat. The boundary west along the
south lot lines of Westheimer and goes to South Gessner. This
segment of Westheimer is the responsibility of 18G40. The boundary
turns north on South Gessner and goes to Buffalo Bayou. South
Gessner is the responsibility of 18G40's beat.
Landmarks and Neighborhoods
Within This Beat:
ZIP Codes Within This Beat
(see note below on ZIP codes and beats):
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