Crime Statistics for 18F50's Beat
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Beat Description and Boundary:
The boundary begins at the intersection
of South Gessner and Westheimer and goes east on Westheimer to
Westerland. Westheimer is the responsiblity of 18G40. It turns
south on Westerland to Valverde, east on Valverde to Rock Arbor
Drive, south on Rock Arbor Drive to Kingsville, east on Kingsville
to Jeanette, south on Jeanette to Clark Crest, east on Clark Crest
to Fondren. The streets in the boundary from Westerland to Clark
Crest are the responsibility of 18G50. The boundary continues
south on Fondren to Richmond. Fondren is the responsibility of
18G40. It turns east on Richmond to Dunvale. Richmond is the responsibility
of 18G50. The boundary turns south on Dunvale and goes to Windswept.
Dunvale is the responsibility of 18G50. At the corner of Dunvale
and Windswept, Windswept turns west, but a clearing is on the
east between Dunvale and the Briarmeadow Park Subdivision. Windswept
continues as the last street on the south in this subdivision.
The beat boundary goes in a straight line from the south lot lines
of Windswept at the corner of Windswept and Dunvale to the south
lot lines of Windswept at the corner of the subdivision and then
the boundary continues east along the south lot lines of Windswept
to Hillcroft. Windswept is the responsibility of 18G30's beat.
The boundary turns south on Hillcroft to the SPRR railroad tracks
just south of Westpark. Hillcroft is in 18G30's beat. The boundary
follows the railroad tracks to the Southwest Freeway (I-59.) The
boundary turns sotuhwest on the Southwest Freeway and goes to
Fondren. Fondren is the responsibility of 18G50's beat. It turns
west on the SPRR railroad tracks and goes to South Gessner. The
boundary turns north on South Gessner and goes to Westheimer.
South Gessner is the responsibility of 18G50.
Landmarks and Neighborhoods
Within This Beat:
Tanglewild, Sharpstown Mall, Regency
ZIP Codes Within This Beat
(see note below on ZIP codes and beats):
Crime Statistics For This
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