Crime Statistics for 1A50's Beat
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Beat Description and Boundary:
The boundary begins at the intersection
of the 610 Loop West and Buffalo and goes east along the middle
of the Buffalo Bayou to the SPRR railroad tracks. It turns south
slong the middle of the railroad tracks to Westheimer. It then
goes east along the south side of Westheimer so that Westheimer
is the responsibility of the 1A40's beat. The boundary continues
on Westheimer to the east side of Buffalo Speedway. Addresses
on both sides of Buffalo Speedway are the responsibility of 1A50.
The boundary follows Buffalo Speedway to the Southwest Freeway
where it turns east to Kirby Drive. The Southwest Freeway is the
responsibility of 1A30. It continues south on the east side of
Kirby Drive to the West University Place City Limits. It follows
the city limits west to the 610 Loop west. The boundary of 1A50
follows the Loop to the intersection with Buffalo Bayou, where
it begins. The Loop is the responsibility of the Beechnut Substation
north of Highway 59 and West Substation south of Highway 59. The
boundary line of 1A50 will include only the east feeder road of
the 610 Loop.
Landmarks and Neighborhoods
Within This Beat:
Post Oak Park, Afton Oaks, Highland
Village, Weslayan, Greenway Plaza, The Compaq Center, Twelve Oaks
ZIP Codes Within This Beat
(see note below on ZIP codes and beats):
Crime Statistics For This
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- PLEASE NOTE: In accordance with the national shift in crime data collection and reporting methods, the Houston Police Department is currently transitioning from UCR to NIBRS ahead of the FBI’s 2021 deadline. The publication of summary crime data and departmental reports has been delayed due to this transition. Crime data for June 2018 and the months following will be provided as soon as the department is granted state certification under the NIBRS data collection method.