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You have the ability to Lock Out Crime by following these three simple steps daily:
This only takes a few moments, but will save you time and money.
Even when you are at home, all it takes is a few moments for a thief to steal your bikes, tools, outdoor recreation equipment, or even your vehicle.
Remove them from your car when you exit, and make sure valuables like computers and jewelry are not visible from windows or doors in your home. Consider having your packages delivered to your office or a safe, secure delivery location.
Statistics show there is no better crime prevention than neighbors watching out for each other.
(If you see a package left on their porch,
their garage door open, or any suspicious activity outside of their house, be a good neighbor and let them know.)
Did You Know?
Your stolen items can increase your insurance rates and decrease your property value.
Did You Know?
The Denver Police Department can help you set up a neighborhood watch program.
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Police Administration Building
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 80204
Information Desk: 720-913-6010
Non-Emergency Line: 720-913-2000
Dial 911 for Emergencies
When Should I Call 911?
If you have information about suspects, or wish to remain anonymous, please call Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP (7867).
Call 3-1-1Outside Denver: 720-913-1311
For Emergencies: 9-1-1
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