Map shows Fort Worth, TX crime report totals, locations

Fort Worth recorded 922 crimes in the first week of May. This comes from a Star Telegram card that was created with data from the police department.

The five most commonly identified crimes were theft (143), bodily harm (123), criminal mischief (94), and violations of vehicle break-ins and the criminal code (both 70). This is evident from the data from May 2-8.

The map shows the locations of crimes with multicolored dots. Clicking on a point displays information about the crime.

The map contains filters for various criminal offenses. By selecting a filter, users can focus on the occurrence of this crime.

Here is a searchable map of crimes committed in Fort Worth the week of May 8th, 2021. To search the map for crime in an area, simply enter a Fort Worth address in the search box or zoom in to an area on the map. Click on each marker for more information on the crime. You can also filter by the type of crime. The city of Fort Worth provides the data.

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Emerson Clarridge reports on crime and other breaking news for the Fort Worth Star Telegram. He works evenings covering law enforcement matters in Tarrant County. Previously, he was a reporter for the Omaha World-Herald and the Observer-Dispatch in Utica, New York.

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