911 Emergency Communications Center

Denver's 911 Communications Center is staffed with highly-trained dispatchers who relay critical information from callers to officers so they can respond as quickly as possible. The communications center provides both emergency 911 and non-emergency response.

This website is for information only and cannot be used to request help. Please dial 911 if you are experiencing an emergency. Learn more about the 911 Communications Center. 

When should I call 911?

Only call 911 for the following reasons:

  • To stop a crime
  • To report a fire
  • To save a life

Learn more about what to expect when calling 911. For all other concerns, call our non-emergency line at (720) 913-2000.

What's the non-emergency line?

The non-emergency number is (720) 913-2000.

Call this number to report the following:

  • Any crime to a person not life threatening
  • Burglary to a home not in progress
  • Auto theft not in progress
  • Parking complaints
  • Loud music complaints

Online Services for Citizens

You may file a non-emergency police report using our secure, online reporting system for the types of crimes listed below:

  • Damaged property or vandalism
  • Identity theft
  • Lost or stolen check, credit cards, or ATM cards
  • Lost property
  • Theft or larceny
  • Theft or larceny from a vehicle
  • Vandalism to a vehicle

To report an emergency, dial 911.

You may report traffic accidents on the Colorado State Patrol website.

Sign up to receive cell phone alerts from the new Emergency Notification system used by Denver 911 personnel. This new service will send important messages to residents and businesses within the City and County of Denver in the event of an emergency.

In addition to TDD and TTY services, deaf and hard of hearing residents can now text or email Denver 911 to report emergency and non-emergency situations occurring in Denver and the metro area.

Text Message: (303) 513-6909

Email: Denver911@denvergov.org

For information about TDD / TTY, visit our special needs services page.

Submit information about yourself or other members of your household who have special needs or disabilities to help 911 respond appropriately during an emergency. Your information will remain confidential.

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Local businesses can help save lives and prevent over 50,000 deaths nationwide by installing Automated External Defibrillator (AED) units inside their establishments and registering them with 911. To learn more about AEDs and Cardiac Arrest training, visit the American Red Cross website.
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