COVID-19: When to contact 9-1-1
To learn more about our 9-1-1 Communications and to sign up for emergency information and notifications in Denver, visit www.denvergov.org/911 and our emergency services for people with disabilities page.
You can also read more 9-1-1 guidance from the State of Colorado.
In partnership with the community, the Denver Police Department strives to operate a police agency focused on preventing crime in a respectful manner, demonstrating that everyone matters.
The Denver Police Department is looking for talented, qualified civilians to join our team! For more information:
Traffic Crashes are avoidable and traffic safety is a shared responsibility.
The Denver Police Department is committed to Denver’s Vision Zero goal and is increasing the number of traffic police officers to educate and enforce traffic violations. Using a data-driven approach, officers will be deployed in areas where there are a high number of crashes.
The top fatal crash factors include speed, impaired driving, aggressive driving, distracted driving, and not wearing seat belts. Motorists are reminded to follow the speed limit, designate a sober driver, stay calm and do not show displeasure to other drivers, don’t text and drive, and always wear your seat belt.
Police Administration Building
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 80204
Information Desk: (720) 913-6010
Non-Emergency Line: (720) 913-2000
Dial 911 for Emergencies