Denver Cop Shops are storefronts that place officers in readily accessible commercial areas to aid citizens in preventing crime and accessing police services. The purpose of Denver's cop shops is to provide a convenient place for citizens and local businesses to be able to file police reports such as non-injury auto accidents, thefts, drug activity, graffiti and gang activities. We also furnish assistance to the public with other matters such as zoning issues, neighborhood cleanup, crime prevention, and traffic problems.
3100 South Sheridan Boulevard
487 South Broadway #300
5094 West Colfax Avenue
2635 Federal Boulevard
4200 Morrison Road #4
Leetsdale - Virtual & Mobile COP Shop
P.O. Box 22642
Denver, CO 80224
Community Hub at Northfield - Mobile COP Shop
Cop Shops are operated by volunteers who work with the Denver Police Department to assist with citizen complaints, accident reports and various other activities that would normally require a trip to the district station.
To become a volunteer, download the application form below. Volunteers may attend monthly training classes at the Cop Shop to learn about how various divisions operate.
Members of the news media can contact the Denver Police Media Relations team at:
(media inquiries only)
Police Administration Building
1331 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 80204
Information Desk: (720) 913-6010
Non-Emergency Line: (720) 913-2000
Dial 911 for Emergencies