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Denver Police Department

Police Help Lines

Dial 9-1-1 for Emergencies ONLY

Non-Emergency Help
Crime Stoppers Anonymous Tips
720-913-7867 (STOP)
Gang Hotline
Report Graffiti
311 or
(720) 913-1311
Sex Offender Hotline
Hate Crimes Hotline


Message from the Chief

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.








Seek then Speak

Resources for Survivors/Victims of Sexual Assault



We’re Hiring!

The Denver Police Department is looking for talented, qualified civilians to join our team! For more information, please visit our jobs page.

Online Services

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.

Traffic accidents may be reported directly on the Colorado State Patrol Online Accident Report website.  

NOTE:  Traffic accidents reported online must meet reporting criteria (see terms of use) and will not be investigated by or reported to the Denver Police Department.

You may now order several types of police records online. To learn more, visit our police records.

Search the Colorado Sex Offender Registry for information about Denver registered sex offenders in your area.

Search or locate Denver sex offenders

There are steps that you can take to minimize the possibility of your bicycle being stolen.

  • Always lock your bicycle to a solid object (fence post, designated bicycle lock location)
  • If you store your bicycle in a shed or garage, ensure that the doors are secured

If your bicycle is stolen, you can increase your chance of recovery by keeping the serial number and bicycle description in a safe place. Providing this information to a reporting officer will allow unique information to be included in the criminal report.

If you are a resident in the state of Colorado, you can register your bicycle with the Denver Police Department. The registration process asks for specific information about you and the bicycle. The information is available to street officers and can be used to quickly identify the owner of a bicycle.



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Media Inquiries

The Denver Police Department Public Information Office can assist with media inquiries, records requests, and other communications related items.

Phone: (720) 663-8203