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In-depth reporting

In-depth reporting

The Fort Worth Police Department Human Trafficking Unit, which transitioned from the major case unit in 2019, identifies and removes people being used by human traffickers. This story is part of "The City Beat," an ongoing series that explores issues facing Fort Worth.
Downtown Fort Worth
Individuals suffering from untreated mental illness are 16 times more likely to be killed during a police encounter than other civilians, according to a study from the Treatment Advocacy Center. This story is part of "The City Beat," an ongoing series that explores issues facing Fort Worth.
The Mounted Patrol has kept its mission — “no terrain too rough, no task too tough” — alive for over a century. This story is part of "The City Beat," an ongoing series that explores issues facing Fort Worth.
The Fort Worth Police Department Vice Unit investigated crimes related to organized gambling operations, electronic file-sharing of child pornography, online solicitation of minors and prostitution-based escort services. This story is part of "The City Beat," an ongoing series that explores issues facing Fort Worth.
Downtown Fort Worth
This is the first of an ongoing series of articles examining issues facing Fort Worth. The stories were reported and written by students in JOUR 30204. Working in teams, students explore issues through the Fault Lines of class, generation, geography, gender, sexual orientation and race.
The CCPD was initially established in 1995 to combat local crime— record crime rates across the city in the late '80s and early '90s were the driving force of the CCPD — but over the last 25 years, it has become an integral part of city spending. This story is part of "The City Beat," an ongoing series that explores issues facing Fort Worth.
This report was compiled using reporting done by students enrolled in JOUR 40643 summer semester 2021 for Image Magazine's Spring 2022 issue.
They watched from Flower Mound as major cities crumpled into ruins and millions of Ukrainians became refugees. They didn't just want to standby.
A TCU Ph. D. student uses her life's work to help her people in the chaos of war
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