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Fort Worth terminates red-light camera program

The City of Fort Worth has terminated its Automated Red Light Camera Enforcement Program. The Transportation and Public Works Department had operated 58 cameras at 44 intersections.

Kraus sworn in as police chief

Ed Kraus, a 26-year veteran of the Fort Worth Police Department, was sworn in as interim chief during a special meeting of the City Council. Kraus began his law enforcement career in 1992.

Register your surveillance camera system to help police solve crimes

The Police Department is asking residents and business owners across Fort Worth to register their privately-owned surveillance camera systems. Camera footage from a Fort Worth neighborhood helped solve a recent high-profile crime.

Play co-ed flag football to benefit fallen first responders

The Garrett Hull Blue Bowl Flag Football Tournament benefiting the families of fallen first responders will be played 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 15 at Farrington Field. Blue Bowl teams are made up local businesses, police officers and residents.

PD Mounted Patrol now has a covered arena

The Fort Worth Police Mounted Patrol opened its all-weather training facility that will allow the unit and others to participate in all types of training in all kinds of weather.

Take an inside look at MedStar operations

Join MedStar for an interactive, behind-the-scenes look at emergency medical services and mobile integrated health care by participating in the MedStar Citizen’s Academy. Classes will be held 6-9 p.m. Tuesdays July 9-Aug. 13.

Fort Worth City Manager David Cooke makes leadership changes in Police Department

Executive Assistant Chief Edwin Kraus has been designated interim Chief of Police.

2020 KnoWhat2Do calendar winners announced

Young artists from local elementary schools contributed work depicting hazards and emergency preparedness measures.

Traffic signal retiming program ensures smooth operation

Each year about 300 traffic signals will be evaluated and retimed.

Two Fort Worth officers named Top Cops nationwide

Fort Worth Police Officers Matthew Putnam and David Jwanowski received the Top Cops Award at the 26th annual National Association of Police Organizations award dinner in Washington, D.C.

Swim Safe program aims to stop drownings

To help educate Fort Worth residents on water safety, the Fort Worth Drowning Prevention Coalition is sponsoring upcoming Safe Swim programs. A nominal $10 entrance fee makes these invaluable classes accessible to all.

City manager recommends police monitor, community panel to provide independent oversight

The recommendation stems from the work of the Task Force on Race and Culture. In 2017, the City Council appointed a 23-member task force to examine issues related to race and culture in Fort Worth.
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