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Always call 911 in emergencies. If you are a victim of a crime or know of a crime in progress please call dispatch at 970-586-4000 before referring to the information below.
Always call 911 in emergencies. If the crime is in progress then call dispatch at 970-586-4000. If the crime is not in progress then you can call dispatch and they will put you in touch with a police officer. You can also come to the Police Department front desk and request to speak to an officer.
To obtain a police report you can call Records at 970-577-3830 or come to the Police Department front desk. Be prepared to provide the following information if you have it:
Printable records request forms, fee information and information on requests via mail are available on the Records website page. Once you have completed the request and payment is received, Records will begin to process your request. Most reports are available to the public within 72 hours of the request, depending upon the status of the case. Some reports are not eligible for release per state statute or aren't releasable until approved by the investigations unit.
To speak with an officer call police dispatch at 970-586-4000. If the officer is not on duty you can request to leave a message on their voicemail. Never report a crime by leaving a message for an officer you have dealt with before, always ask the dispatcher to speak to an officer that is on duty.
If the arrested party has been transferred to the Larimer County Jail you can contact them at 970-498-5225. If the person has been booked you can view their charges and court information by searching their name on the Larimer County Jail website. While searching on the Larimer County website you must enter the person's last name first. If the party is still at the Estes Park Police Department you can call dispatch at 970-586-4000 and request to speak with the officer handling the case.
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is implementing a new, Statewide Digital Fingerprinting Process known as CABS (Colorado Applicant Background Services). Due to these changes, civilian fingerprinting services were discontinued by the Estes Park Police Department on September 21, 2018. Please reference the linked information below for help acquiring these services from CBI's authorized fingerprinting vendors.
American Bioidentity CABS information
American Bioidentity CABS public locations list
IdentiGO CABS information
The Estes Park Police Department provides breathalyzer tests (BA's/PBT's) Monday - Friday from 8a.m. to 5p.m. excluding holidays and on weekends from 8a.m. to 5p.m. You can request a breathalyzer by coming to the Police Department lobby located inside Town Hall. You do not need to call ahead or make an appointment, however, wait time will depend on the availability of officers. Tests cost $15.00 for each occurrence. The Police Department does not provide UAs. If you need a BA after-hours or on weekends in Estes Park you can contact one of the following providers:
The Estes Park Police Department does not issue protection orders. To obtain a protection order you should contact an attorney or the Larimer County Courts at 970-679-4417. Additional information on protection orders can be found on the Colorado Judicial Branch website
Estes Valley Crisis Advocates provides service to Estes Park and the surrounding valley. EVCA services can be accessed by calling 970-577-9781 Monday - Friday from 8a.m. to 5p.m. After hours, weekends and holidays you can call dispatch at 970-586-4000 and request an advocate. Dispatchers will only need your name and phone number, you do not need to tell them why you need an advocate.
Concealed Handgun Permits are issued and administered by the Larimer County Sheriff's Office from their office in Fort Collins. Contact the Sheriff's Office at 970-416-1985 or visit their Concealed Handgun Permit page for more information on obtaining a permit, renewing a permit, applications and FAQs.
For quick and accurate information on road conditions anywhere in Colorado you can dial 511 or visit the Colorado Department of Transportation website for an up to date and interactive map of all area highways.
Always dial 911 in an emergency. If you are not sure which agency needs to assist you the 911 dispatcher will ask you questions and route you to the correct one. See the list below for non-emergency numbers to all Emergency Services in the Estes Valley: