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created Dec 8 2014

updated Jun 22 2018

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North Oak Cliff Area Police Reported Incidents Colored Coded by Type of UCR Incident (type of crime)




Based on : Dallas Police Public Data - RMS Incidents.

This is the area of North Oak Cliff arbitrarily set to North of Kiest Park and just East of Kiest Park (including Wynnewood) to the west of I30, based on Dallas police department beat maps. The reason it is set for this particular area of North Oak Cliff is that this data is used by the non-profit, North Oak Cliff United Police Patrol (NOCUPP) so it attempts to match the greater area around NOCUPP.


It is filtered to DPD beats: 411, 412, 413, 415, 417, 442, and 444 (Dallas Police Southwest Division filtered to Sectors 410, 440, 450 then filtered down to beats in those sectors 411, 412,. 413. 415, 417, 442, and 444)



See maps:


Sector 440 Beat Map:


http://www.dallaspolice.net/about/Shared%20Documents/Sector%20440%20Beat%20Map.pdf

Sector 410 Beat Map:


http://www.dallaspolice.net/about/Shared%20Documents/Sector%20410%20Beat%20Map.pdf

Based on:


https://www.dallasopendata.com/Public-Safety/Police-Incidents/tbnj-w5hb


North Oak Cliff United Police Patrol


www.northoakcliffpatrol.org


created and updated by JDB 2017

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