Crime Statistics for 1A20's Beat
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Beat Description and Boundary:
The boundary begins at the intersection
of South Shepherd and the Buffalo Bayou and goes east along the
middle of the Buffalo Bayou to the west side of I-45. I-45 is
the responsibility of 1A10. The boundary follows I-45 south to
the crossing over Louisiana Street. It turns southwest aong Louisiana
to intercept the 527 Spur, and continues southwest on the 527
Spur to Highway 59. Louisiana and the 527 Spur are in the 1A20's
beat. The boundary follows the south side of Highway 59 to the
crossing over Montrose. At Montrose, it turns north and continues
to Westheimer. Addresses on both sides of Montrose are the responsibility
of 1A20. The boundary follows the south side of Westheimer west
about one block to the Waugh intersection and turns norhtwest
on the west side of Waugh to Haddon. It turns west on the north
side of Haddon for about one block to Metropolitan (Haddon is
in 1A30's beat) and continues north on Metropolitan about a block
to West Gray. Metropolitan is in 1A30's beat. The boundary follows
the lot lines on the south side of West Gray to South Shepherd.
It turns north and follows the lot lines on the west side of South
Shepherd to Buffalo Bayou where it begins.
Landmarks and Neighborhoods
Within This Beat:
Fourth Ward, Avondale, Westmoreland
ZIP Codes Within This Beat
(see note below on ZIP codes and beats):
Crime Statistics For This
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