Crime Stats

NOCUPP Program Statistics

June 2015

 200720082009201020112012201320142015Totals
As of May 2015
Calls for Service4687090111411281134210489814008,010
Vacation Watches1801236102120592634352032205964142021,254
Traffic Stops69606475538357486381242453,199
Citations25209141220180228145102121,262
Arrests811591141115126795012737

The success of what NOCUPP has done to reduce crime in our area can be seen quickly in how property crime has fallen since NOCUPP started. Overall crime has dropped by at least 50% in the neighborhoods patrolled by NOCUPP (burglaries down 70%, theft down 51%, vandalism down 42%, car theft down 60%). The neighborhoods just outside of our patrol area have actually seen some increases in crime during the same period, so the membership supported NOCUPP patrols most likely are the only reason crime has gone down in our neighborhoods.

Current Neighborhood Crime Information:

Visual Map of Crimes www.RaidsOnline.com

Reported Crimes by Each Neighborhood: www.DallasAreaWatch.com

DPD Records of Crimes in Greater North Oak Cliff : DPD Open Data Far North Oak Cliff Area

Detailed Statistics by NOCUPP Neighborhood: NOCUPP Crime Charts

Notable 2014 NOCUPP Arrests

  • While responding to a disturbance call by a member, the NOCUPP officer placed two individuals under arrest for Public Intoxication (SPE 5-9-14).
  • A Prowler was reported puling on doors at a closed business.  Upon arrival, the NOCUPP officer did not see the offense occurring, but two individuals were placed under arrest for Curfew Violations and the other individual was arrested as a Runaway (KP 5-23-14).
  • A NOCUPP officer was flagged down regarding a female attempting to commit suicide by jumping off a bridge onto the freeway.  The officer was able to stop the individual from harming themselves and arranged transport to a hospital (SPV 6-29-14).
  • A Robbery in Progress call was reported to 911 for a local store.  NOCUPP officers responded and assisted DPD in arresting two individuals for Aggravated Robbery WH 8-1-14).
  • A shooting call was dispatched regarding an individual shot and bleeding in a vehicle.  After investigating the call, the Suspect was arrested at a different address and four firearms were recovered.  Of the four firearms, one was found to be stolen and another firearm’s serial number had been scratched off.  The Suspect was interviewed and Arrested (WH 8-1-14).
  • A neighborhood alert was sent out about a lawnmower being stolen in the area.  The description was given and a caller reported seeing the suspect again in the neighborhood pushing the lawnmower.  NOCUPP officers arrested the individual and transported them to Youth Division for Theft (SPE 8-2-14).
  • A NOCUPP officer heard a radio broadcast involving a DPD “bait” car activation in West Dallas.  While patrolling a NOCUPP neighborhood the stolen bait car was spotted and the NOCUPP officer arrested suspects for Unauthorized Use of Vehicles (SPV 8-2-14).
  • A burglary in progress call was received regarding a person attempting to break into a vehicle on the street.  Upon arrival, the NOCUPP officer observed the Suspect and determined he was highly intoxicated and trying to enter his own vehicle.  The Suspect was transported to Central Detention for Public Intoxication and his vehicle towed (WH 9-20-14).
  • Two NOCUPP officers working DPD patrol responded to a major disturbance call at a residence  with previous reports of problems.. Upon investigation into the 911 call of two males fighting, the officers arrested the two individuals for drugs.  The male Suspect was arrested for possession of Methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.  The female Suspect was arrested for possession of K2 (synthetic marijuana) and drug paraphernalia (EK 9-21-14)
  • A NOCUPP officer responded to an armed robbery, which occurred at a residence in Winnetka Heights.  Two persons were later arrested after a similar incident occurred in the area.
  • A NOCUPP officer made an arrest while patrolling of two individuals committing a burglary of a garage.  The complainant’s property was recovered. The suspects were arrested and taken to jail.
  •  A male was found to be intoxicated and drinking in his parked vehicle near the golf course.  The male stated that he lost his keys while walking his dogs.  The male, his dogs and vehicle were released to a responsible party with a citation.
  •  A Theft from Person offense took place where the complainant’s cellular telephone was stolen.  During the follow up investigation it was determined that the stolen cell phone and suspect were located in the ENP boundaries.  The suspect was placed under arrest for the Theft from Person offense.

Older:

  •  A suspicious person call was received regarding a male in the residential area drinking an alcoholic beverage from a bottle in a paper bag.  The responding officer located him and issued a citation for Open Container.
  •  A NOCUPP officer on patrol observed a group of individuals going door to door selling magazine subscriptions.  The individuals were vending without a permit and have been a nuisance to the neighborhoods over the years.  A subject check of the individuals revealed an outstanding warrant from El Paso, TX for Marijuana.  The individual was arrested and taken to jail.
  •  A suspicious person was stopped while riding a bicycle. The individual was issued a citation for not wearing a helmet.
  •  A major disturbance call was received regarding a female refusing to leave private property.  The female was found at the location and placed under arrest for an active Criminal Trespass warrant.  The individual has had nine prior Criminal Trespass arrests and Felony Theft arrests.
  •  A traffic stop resulted in the arrest of an individual who had Out of County Warrants and was in Possession of a Controlled Substance.  Prior arrests included Burglary of Building, Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, Theft, Aggravated Assault on a Public Servant, and Evading offenses.
  •  On February 26th, a park check revealed a vehicle after curfew hours.  The driver was a juvenile out past curfew and found to be in Possession of Marijuana.  The adult passenger was arrested for Possession of Marijuana. Prior arrests for the adult included Burglary of a Habitation, Evading Arrest and Theft.
  •  A NOCUPP officer conducted a traffic stop that resulted in the arrest of an individual who had Out of County Warrants and was in Possession of a Controlled Substance. Prior arrests included Burglary of Building, Unauthorized Use of Vehicle, Theft, Aggravated Assault on Public Servant, and Evading offenses.

Notable 2013 NOCUPP Arrests

  • On 1-12-13 while driving around the neighborhood, a traffic stop was performed on an individual driving the wrong way after causing the officer to avoid a head on collision and leave the roadway. The individual was issued citations for Failure to Maintain Financial Responsibility and the vehicle was towed. (Kessler)
  • On 1-12-13 during a traffic stop, it was found that the driver was Driving While License Invalid (DWLI), in Possession of Marijuana, and had Warrants for his arrest from multiple cities. (Winnetka)
  • A traffic stop resulted in the arrest of an individual for a Probation Violation for Theft on 1-30-13. The arrestee had prior arrests for Theft, Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, and Terroristic Threat. (SPV)
  • On 1-6-13, a description was given over the radio regarding two males involved in a BMV on another channel. While working the ENP, the officer found the two males driving the Suspect vehicle and performed a traffic stop. The males were placed under arrest and charged with the BMV they committed earlier as well as Obstructing a Highway and Possession of Marijuana. Prior arrests for the arrestees included 18 prior Burglary of Motor Vehicle arrests as well as Theft, Aggravated Assaults, Criminal Trespass, UUMV, and Possession of Marijuana. (Kessler/East Kessler)
  • Several calls were received regarding persons panhandling at a particular location. While doing follow up on prior complaints, two individuals were charged with Solicitation while panhandling on 2-10-13. The couple has prior arrests including Assault, Criminal Trespass, Burglary of Habitation, Evading, Possession of Marijuana and Controlled Substance, and Forgery. (Kessler/East Kessler)
  • On 2-18-13, during a call for police on a disturbance, an individual was placed under arrest for Possession of Marijuana and outstanding Warrants. Prior arrests included 3 charges of Possession of Marijuana and 3 charges of Possession of Controlled Substance. (SPV)
  • On 2-21-13, while patrolling the areas frequented by panhandlers, a male was cited for Solicitation. This individual has been cited and arrested several times by NOCUPP officers. Past arrests include Possession of Controlled Substance, Claim of Lottery by Fraud, and Assaults. (Kessler/East Kessler)
  • Due to a high volume of activity in an area, two individuals were placed under arrest on 2-2-13 during unrelated incidents for multiple Warrants and Pedestrian in the Roadway. (SPV)
  • While patrolling on 3-30-13, a disturbance call was heard on the radio. Shortly after the disturbance call was dispatched, an Assist Officer call was broadcasted at the same location. Responding to the call, two arrests were made for Assault on Public Servant. (SPV)
  • On 3-11-13, a call from a NOCUPP member was received regarding a male possibly living in the alleyway. The officer located the elderly male and found that he was not mentally stable. The male was transported to the hospital for treatment. (SPV) (Email was received from the resident thanking the officer)
  • On 3-14-13, a call was received regarding a male passed out on the sidewalk. Upon arrival, the male was found and after DFD checked him, he was arrested for Public Intoxication and Possession of Marijuana. (East Kessler)
  • On 3-20-13, the NOCUPP officer working overnight observed a male walking around the neighborhood with a flashlight and screwdriver. The male was placed under arrest for three outstanding Felony Warrants and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Prior arrests included Possession of Controlled Substance, Delivery of Controlled Substance, Theft, Criminal Trespass and Evading Arrest. (SPV)
  • On 3-27-13, a male was detained and cited for Vending Without a Permit after approaching residents attempting to sell his services. This individual did not have any prior arrests in Dallas County. (SPV)
  • During a disturbance call on 3-3-13, an individual was arrested for Public Intoxication. Again on 3-16-13, after a call for police, the individual was arrested again for Public Intoxication. Prior arrests included multiple DWI, Disorderly Conduct and Criminal Trespass. (SPV)
  • On 3-3-13, an individual was stopped for Pedestrian in the Roadway and cited for that and a Failure to Appear in Court. Past arrests included Possession of Marijuana, Aggravated Assault, Evading Arrest, BMV, Aggravated Robbery, and Criminal Trespass. (East Kessler) C21-
  • On 6-26-13, a known burglar was attempting to break into a residence when he was confronted by the armed homeowner. Officers arrived at the location and placed him under arrest for outstanding warrants and the attempt burglary. (Kessler Plaza)
  • On 7-24-13, officers responded to a theft/BMV in progress where the property was being tracked through GPS. The officer on duty, located the two Suspects in possession of the stolen property and placed them in jail. (KP)
  • On 8-17-13, a female was stopped and found to have Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and a substance that was believed to be heroin in the “Cheese” form which needed to be sent off to be tested. (EK)
  • On 9-13-13, a call was received regarding a male possibly breaking into cars.  A subject check revealed that he had four outstanding Felony warrants from another state.
  • On 9-14-13, a traffic stop was conducted and two persons were found to have marijuana and drug paraphernalia hidden in a secret compartment. The two were also found to be intoxicated and arrested for Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Public Intoxication. (EK)
  • On 9-19-13, a Uhaul was driving at a face speed without taillights through the area. A traffic stop revealed that three occupants had just picked up a load of alcoholic beverages from Mexico and was illegally transporting them to businesses. The three out of state occupants were arrested and TABC was contacted to seize the alcohol and interview the occupants. (WH)

Notable Arrests NOCUPP 2012

As of December 2012, notable arrests in the NOCUPP Patrol Area include (see most recent on the bottom):

  • A vehicle was observed speeding through the neighborhood and losing an item from the trunk which was not properly secured. A traffic stop was performed for Failing to Properly Secure Load. Open Containers of Alcohol were found in possession of the occupants. The lawn mower in the rear of the vehicle had just been stolen and they were driving off to sell it elsewhere. Four occupants were charged with the Alcohol Violations, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Replica Handgun, and Theft of the lawn mower. (Winnetka Heights)
  • A male was placed under arrest after assaulting a resident. The male was charged with Assault after being apprehended. (Stevens Park Village)
  • While patrolling a park, three individuals were placed under arrest for Public Intoxication and Possession of Marijuana. (Kessler Park)
  • During the arrest of an intoxicated male, the arrestee threatened to kill the officer and the officer?s family members. The suspect had been arrested for Indecent Exposure, Robbery, Assaults, Resisting Arrest and Burglary in the past. (East Kessler)
  • On five different dates, a male was cited and arrested for Solicitation without Permit and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Calls were received from neighbors regarding the male going door to door aggressively asking to paint address numbers on the streets. The male was arrested in the past for Prostitution, Possession of Controlled Substance, Theft by Check and Failure to Identify. (Kessler Park and Winnetka Heights)
  • While investigating suspicious activity, two males were placed under arrest and issued citations for Public Intoxication prior to being released to family members. (West Kessler)
  • An Illegal Dumping call was received, where two males were found dumping raw sewage into the storm drains from a nearby trailer park. The males were arrested for Unauthorized Discharge of Human Feces into Storm Drains. (Kessler Plaza)
  • While responding to a panhandling call, two persons were placed under arrest. Prior arrests included Burglary of Habitation, Assault, Criminal Trespass, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Controlled Substance, Evading Arrest and Forgery. (Stevens Park Village)
  • On two different dates, groups of males soliciting door to door selling magazines were placed under arrest for Soliciting W
  • A vehicle was observed speeding through the neighborhood and losing an item from the trunk which was not properly secured. A traffic stop was performed for Failing to Properly Secure Load. Open Containers of Alcohol were found in possession of the occupants. The lawn mower in the rear of the vehicle had just been stolen and they were driving off to sell it elsewhere. Four occupants were charged with the Alcohol Violations, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Replica Handgun, and Theft of the lawn mower. (Winnetka Heights)
  • A male was placed under arrest after assaulting a resident. The male was charged with Assault after being apprehended. (Stevens Park Village)
  • While patrolling a park, three individuals were placed under arrest for Public Intoxication and Possession of Marijuana. (Kessler Park)
  • Duringithout a Permit. (East Kessler and Kessler Park)
  • An Officer responded to a NOCUPP call regarding a male passed out in a vehicle. The male was found to be passed out and high. As the officer attempted to place him under arrest, a fight ensued. (Kessler Park)
  • A vehicle was stopped for Displaying a Fictitious License Plate. It was found that the vehicle was a Stolen Vehicle, the Driver was Driving while License Invalid, and did not have insurance. (Stevens Park Village)
  • While patrolling the alleyway a male was found urinating in public and had warrants for his arrest. The male was placed under arrest. (Winnetka Heights)
  • During a pedestrian stop, a male was placed under arrest for Absconding/Failing to Register as a Sex Offender. Prior arrests included Burglary of Building, Driving While License Suspended, and Possession of Controlled Substance. (Winnetka Heights)
  • Two separate traffic stops were performed, resulting in arrests for Operating a Salvage Vehicle, Fictitious License Plate, Driving While License Invalid and Warrants. (Kessler Park)
  • A pedestrian stop was performed and the male was placed under arrest for outstanding warrants for Cruelty of Animals and Failure to Register Pets. (Winnetka Heights)
  • A male was placed under arrest for Felony Assault Warrants. Prior arrests included Unauthorized Use Motor Vehicle, Harassment, 2nd DWI, and Assault. (Kessler Plaza)
  • While patrolling the area, a suspicious person was placed under arrest for an outstanding warrant for a Parole Violation for Burglary of Habitation. (Stevens Park Village)
  • On 6-30-12, a vehicle was observed speeding through the neighborhood and losing an item from the trunk which was not properly secured. A traffic stop was performed for Failing to Properly Secure Load. Open Containers of Alcohol were found in possession of the occupants. The lawn mower in the rear of the vehicle had just been stolen and they were driving the sell the mower. Four occupants were charged with the Alcohol Violations, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Replica Handgun, and Theft of the lawn mower. (Winnetka Heights) 161374Z
  • On 7-2-12, a vehicle was stopped for Displaying a Fictitious License Plate. It was found that the vehicle was a Salvage Vehicle, the Driver was driving while License Invalid did not have insurance and it was discovered that this vehicle was a Stolen Vehicle. (SPV) 162815Z, 162861Z
  • On 7-21-12, while patrolling the alleyway a male was found urinating in public and had warrants for his arrest. The male was placed under arrest. (Winnetka Heights) 180566Z
  • While investigating suspicious activity on 7-21-2012, two young males were placed under arrest and issued citations for Public Intoxication prior to being released to family members. (West Kessler)
  • While patrolling the area, a suspicious person was placed under arrest for an outstanding warrant for a Parole Violation for Burglary of Habitation on 7-25-12. (SPV) 12-1506093
  • On 9-15-12, during a traffic stop an individual was arrested for outstanding warrants while travelling through East Kessler. The individual has previous arrests for Theft and Possession of Marijuana. (EK)
  • While answering a suspicious person call on 10-18-12, the suspicious person was found to be urinating in public. The individual was positively identified and issued a citation. (EK) C21-352489
  • A panic alarm call was placed on 10-20-12 by a local business, upon arrival it was found that there was an intoxicated person causing a disturbance causing the clerk to become frightened. The individual was placed under arrest for Public Intoxication. (West Kessler) 262170Z
  • On 10-27-12, a male was stopped while walking down the alleyways. During the pedestrian stop, it was determined that he had Warrants out of the City of Dallas for his arrest. Prior arrests included Theft and DWI. (Winnetka Heights) 12-051658
  • On 10-27-12, a male walking door to door selling items without a permit was cited after several aggressive solicitors were reported to the ENP board and officers. (Kessler Park) C21-384801
  • A Robbery in Progress call was broadcasted over the police radio with a Suspect vehicle description on 10-28-12. Officers began chasing the vehicle through the Kessler Park neighborhood. The ENP officer became involved in the chase after the Suspect pointed a gun at him while coming head on. The Suspect had a kidnapped individual in the car, which was let out of the Suspect vehicle near a home where children were in the yard. The individual had no prior arrests, but after this incident was placed under arrest for Aggravated Robbery, Aggravated Assault on Public Servant, and Evading Arrest in a Vehicle. (Kessler Park) 268942Z, 269010Z and 269137Z
  • On 10-31-12, a pedestrian stop was performed on a suspicious male. The male was placed under arrest for Public Intoxication and transported to jail. The individual is known to officers and has prior arrests for Public Intoxication, Possession of Inhalants, Robbery, Burglary and Criminal Mischief. (Winnetka Heights) J12005231001
  • On 11-1-12, while patrolling a nearby park after hours, a male was placed under arrest for public intoxication and Possession of Inhalant Chemicals. Prior arrests included Abandoning and Endangering a Child and Possession of Inhalants. (Kessler Park) 272363Z
  • While patrolling the alleyways on 11-6-12, an individual was stopped for looking into garages. During the pedestrian stop, it was determined that he had out of county Warrants. He was transported to jail. (Kessler Park)
  • While responding to a disturbance call involving persons fighting and urinating on a residence on 11-24-12, two Suspects were placed under arrest for outstanding warrants. Prior arrests included Prostitution, Aggravated Assault, and Unlawful Carrying of Weapon. (Winnetka Heights) 291796Z
  • On 11-24-12, a call was received on the ENP cell phone regarding juveniles inside the playground at a park causing a disturbance. All three were cited for Park Curfew Violations at the Roberts Forest Park. (Kessler Park) C20-274649
  • A 911 call was received on 12-3-12 after a homeowner came home to a Suspect running out of her residence with property. While on the phone with 911 and following the Suspect, she was able to give a description of the Suspect. The Suspect was placed under arrest with the homeowner?s property still in his possession. (Kessler Park)