Crime Statistics for 9C20's Beat
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Beat Description and Boundary:
The boundary begins at the southwest
end of the Englewood Railroad Yard where the SPRR railroad tracks
cross the other tracks in the railroad yard. The boundary goes
northeast along the SPRR railroad that runs parallel to Liberty
Road and goes to the 610 Loop. The 610 Loop is the responsibility
of 9C30. The Englewood Railroad Yard is in the jurisdiction of
9C20. The boundary turns southeast along the 610 Loop and goes
to the East Freeway (I-10.) I-10 from the 610 Loop to Aleen is
the responsibility of 9C20. It turns west along the East Freeway
and goes to Aleen. The boundary turns south along the east side
of Aleen until it intercepts railroad tracks. It continues south
along the railroad tracks as they run along the west lot lines
of Pleasant Ville Subdivision. The tracks turn southwest across
the clearing to the west lot lines of Port Houston. The tracks
go south along the ends of these dead end streets to Filmore.
The beat boundary follows these tracks until they end. The beat
boundary then continues in a straight line from the tracks along
the dead end streets to Clinton Drive. On the southwest side of
Clinton Drive, there is a grain elevator. The beat boundary goes
around the grain elevator to the wharfs and intersects the Ship
Channel at about wharfs 15 and 16. The boundary turns west along
the Ship Channel and Buffalo Bayou to Lockwood. It turns north
on the east side of Lockwood and goes to the SPRR railroad tracks.
The boundary follows the SPRR railroad tracks to the Englewood
Railroad Yard, which is where it begins.
Landmarks and Neighborhoods
Within This Beat:
Denver Harbor, Houston Harbor
ZIP Codes Within This Beat
(see note below on ZIP codes and beats):
Crime Statistics For This
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