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Crime Statistics for 1A30's Beat

Beat 1a30
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Beat Description and Boundary:

The boundary begins at South Shepherd and West Gray and goes east long the south side of West Gray to Metropolitan. West Gray is in the jurisdiction of 1A20. the boundary follows Metropolitan south for one block and turns northeast on Hadden to Waugh. Both Metropolitan and Haden are the responsibility of 1A30. The boundary goes southeast on the southwest lot lines of Waugh to Westheimer and follows the south lot lines of Westheimer east for about one block to Montrose. Neither Waugh nor Westheimer are the responsibility of 1A30, but are in the 1A20's beat. The boundary goes south along the west lot lines of Montrose to the Southwest Freeway (Highway 59). It follows the Southwest Freeway to the east lot lines along the Buffalo Speedway. the Southwest Freeway is in the jurisdiction of 1A30. The boundary turns north along the east lot lines of Buffalo Speedway to Westheimer. Much of this area is open space. The addresses on both sides of Buffalo Speedway are in 1A50's beat. the boundary goes east along the south lot lines of Westheimer (which belongs to 1A40's beat) to Dunraven, turns east along the south lot lines of Dunraven (which belongs to 1A40's beat) to Kingston, turns north on the east lot lines of Kingston (which belongs to 1A40) to Indiana, turns west to the north lot lines of Indiana (which belongs to 1A40) to Argonne, north on east lot lies of Argonne (which belongs to 1A40), and follows Argonne to San Felipe. It goes east on the north lot lines of San Felipe to South Shepherd. San Felipe is the responsibility of 1A30. At the intersection with South Shepherd, the boundary turns north along the west lot lines of South Shepherd to West Gray, where the boundary begins. South Shepherd is the responsibility of 1A30.

Landmarks and Neighborhoods Within This Beat:

Cherryhurst, Mandell Place, Montrose

ZIP Codes Within This Beat (see note below on ZIP codes and beats):


Crime Statistics For This Beat:














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