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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

About the Denver Police Department

Read our Annual Report to learn more about the Denver Police Department, the population we serve, recent accomplishments, budget, and other important facts about the department.

Biography of Denver Police Chief Robert C. White

On Tuesday, December 12, 2011, Robert C. White was sworn in as the 69 th Chief of Police for the Denver Police Department. Chief White comes to Denver after serving nearly nine years as Chief of Police of the Louisville Metro Police Department. The Louisville Metro Police Department was created on January 6, 2003 with the merger of the Louisville Police Department and the Jefferson County Police Department. Chief White was the department’s first Chief of Police. It was under his direction in which the successful merger of these two departments occurred by creating a single department valuing crime prevention through the creation of strong citizen-police relationships based upon...  Read more

Deputy Chief Profiles

David Quinones

Deputy Chief Quinones has served the citizens of Denver for more than twenty-six years in a variety of assignments with the Denver Police Department. He began his law enforcement career on January 1, 1986, when he was sworn in as a Patrol Officer... Read more ... Lea más en Español

Matthew Murray

Deputy Chief Murray is a twenty-four year veteran of the Denver Police Department.  Chief Murray has worked in patrol, in a specialized proactive uniform assignment, the assault investigations unit, the domestic violence investigations unit, and in the homicide unit as a detective and supervisor.  As a homicide detective, Chief Murray’s first case was the murder of a Denver Police Officer and his last case was the shooting at Columbine High School.

Chief Murray has commanded the department’s Media Relations Unit and Marketing (Social Media) group for the past seven years.  The Denver Police Social Media efforts have been recognized by Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government as a Bright Light (best practice) and received Four Edward R. Murrow awards and Six Regional EMMY awards in 2015.

Chief Murray is married and has five children.  He and his wife have been foster parents to forty-children.  He earned a graduate degree in Organizational Leadership at Regis University and was inducted into the Alpha Sigma Nu Society.  His passions include photography, writing, traveling with his family, backpacking, and exploring Anasazi ruins.


Police Directory

Visit our Police Directory page to get important police department phone numbers or to learn more about our department divisions and operations.


In partnership with the community, we endeavor to operate a police agency with a focus on preventing crime in a respectful manner, demonstrating that everyone matters.