POLICE Department

Crime Statistics for 7C30's Beat

Beat 7c30
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Beat Description and Boundary:

The boundary begins at the MPRR railroad tracks between East and West Hardy and Parker Road and goes east along the south lot lines of Parker Road to Jensen Drive. It goes northeast along the northwest lot lines of Jensen Drive to Halls Bayou to Eastex Freeway. It follows the Eastex Freeway to Kinkaid Road. The Eastex Freeway is the responsibility of 7C30's beat. The boundary turns east along the southern lot lines of Kinkaid Road to Pettibone; it turns south on the east lot lines of Wyte to the SPRR railroad. The boundary turns southwest along the railroad tracks to the intersection with the HB&T railroad tracks between Lynnfield and Creston Drive. The boundary turns west along the HB&T railroad tracks and goes to the intersection with the MPRR railroad tracks between East and West Hardy. It turns north along these tracks to the intersection with Parker Road, which is where it begins.

Landmarks and Neighborhoods Within This Beat:

Camden Woods, Archers Acres, Croyden Gardens

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

77016
77022
77026
77076
77093

Crime Statistics For This Beat:

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Notes:

  • The Houston Police Department does not recommend raw data comparisons be made between police beats. This web site does not provide a comparative analysis of the various beats.
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  • ZIP code boundaries and police beat boundaries do not correspond. ZIP code boundaries may overlap beat boundaries and there may be several beats within several ZIP codes and vice versa. ZIP codes are provided only as a reference.
  • 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.