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Police District 6 (Downtown)



1566 Washington Street
Denver, Colorado  80203



Email: Phone: 720-913-2800
Fax: 720-913-2806


District Commander Antonio Lopez

I would like to take a moment to introduce myself.  My name is Tony Lopez.  I have been a member of the Denver Police Department for nearly 30 years, beginning my career in March, 1983.  In the time that I have been a member of the agency, I have worked in a multitude of assignments. My past assignments have included:

District 1, patrolman.

District 2, supervisor/sergeant.

Gang Unit, working on the Denver “Weed and Seed” Team; our agency’s first attempt at community policing.

Vice/Drug Control Bureau, serving as a supervisor/sergeant and as the commanding officer/lieutenant of the Street Enforcement Section upon being promoted.

District 1, detail lieutenant

Criminal Investigations Division, serving as the Commander of the Intelligence Bureau, the Fugitive Unit, the Bomb Squad, the Complex Investigations Unit, the Internet Predator Unit, and the Fugitive Location and Apprehension Group (FLAG).

We at District 6 feel very fortunate to have many good friends and partners working in both the public sector and the private sector that continuously lend a “helping hand” in the fight against crime.  We are truly grateful for these efforts in helping us make our district a safer place to live, play, and work.  Should you become aware of a suspicious situation or person or observe what appears to be a crime in progress, I would ask for your help by reporting what you see.

Please call the police dispatcher at 911 for emergency situations and 720-913-2000 for non-emergency calls for service.  Should you wish to express concerns pertaining to activities taking place in your neighborhood or request extra patrol in a particular area, please call our district station at (720) 913-2800.

Our Community Resource Officer is Snow White. Her direct line is (720) 913-2906.  Snow can provide information pertaining to crime statistics, specific calls in your neighborhood, or city services available.

We are fortunate to have officers dedicated to the investigation of narcotics complaints, prostitution complaints, and quality of life related complaints. Please call our information hotline for non-emergency related complaints of this nature.  The hotline number is: 720- 913-2870. 

Neighborhood Resources

Community Resource Officers provide community assistance on issues such as neighbor disputes, public nuisances, zoning issues, fraud and crime prevention and other neighborhood concerns.  Community Resource Officers attend regular meetings with neighborhood organizations to provide training on issues pertaining, but not limited to: the Neighborhood Watch program, commercial and home security, gang awareness, crime prevention, and more.

Contact Information

Officer Snow White
Desk: 720-913-2906

Visit the Neighborhood Crime Prevention page for crime prevention tips, information regarding neighborhood nuisances and instructions on how to initiate a Neighborhood Watch Program.

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