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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


Overview of Denver Officer-Involved Shootings

Source: Denver Open Data Catalog

The Denver Police Department calculates response times for police calls for service from the time of the 911 call to the time an officer arrives on scene.  The link below includes the response times by year for high priority calls and low priority calls.

Denver Police Response Times from 911 to time Arrived on Scene

Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) is the primary data standard used by the FBI to record crime for law enforcement agencies across the United States. It tracks eight primary offenses: murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, theft, auto theft and arson. UCR counts only the highest crime category within an incident. UCR provides a platform to compare crime across jurisdictions.

Citywide Data – Uniform Crime Reporting

National Incident-Based Reporting System is used by local law enforcement agencies to collect more detailed information about a specific incident. NIBRS collects 46 different crime categories and includes all categories within an incident.

Citywide Data – National Incident-Based Reporting System

Citywide Data - By Month