Citizens On Patrol (COPs)

Citizens On Patrol (COPs) Code Blue Patrol
Citizens On Patrol (COPs) Code Blue Patrol

Citizens on Patrol volunteers act as additional “eyes and ears” for the Fort Worth Police Department, within neighborhoods. Citizens volunteer time to actively patrol their neighborhoods to watch for and report suspicious and/or criminal activity. They receive training involving vehicle, bicycle, and foot patrol and the use of their radio. Volunteers choose the days and times they wish to patrol and they adhere to no fixed schedule.

The major goals of the Code Blue Program are:

  1. Reduce crime, with an emphasis on violent crime
  2. Improve the quality of life for all Fort Worth citizens
  3. Increase direct citizen involvement
  4. Involve children in crime prevention through programs to develop self-esteem
  5. Become the focal point to develop and gain acceptance of other crime
    prevention programs during the year.

Current Members

Herman “Shot” Williams (Captain)
Allen Albright
Wanda Bohannan
Ella Burton
Dorothy DeBose
Ruby Jackson
Margaret Washington

The Lake Como Citizens on Patrol make our community a safer place to live. They work closely with the Neighborhood Patrol Officer (NPOs) to address crime issues in our neighborhood. The community is blessed for all the hard work of dedicated individuals carrying on their duties patrolling our streets.

Signature Events Include

Ten on Tuesday

National Night Out (NNO) (1st Tuesday in October)

Neighborhood Litter Stomp Quickly becoming the Fall kickoff cleanup event of the year.

Cowtown Great American Cleanup Join us for our largest cleanup event each Spring. 

Adopt-A-Spot Care for your own special corner of Fort Worth.