Estes Park Police Department

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"Your Police, Our Community"

The Estes Park Police Department is located inside Town Hall at 170 MacGregor Ave., Estes Park, CO 80517.  Administration and front desk services are available Monday - Friday from    8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  For non-emergency assistance and assistance after-hours, on weekends and on holidays, contact police dispatch at 970-586-4000 or use the phone located in the foyer of the main entrance to Town Hall.

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Police Department Services


International Workers Presentation - June 8, 2017

The Estes Park Police Department, in conjunction with local and regional partners, is hosting an educational presentation for international visitors working in Estes Park in 2017. Participants will become familiar with the community, learning about local services, bus routes, local and regional activities and attractions, how to safely interact with wildlife, bicycle safety, local laws and ordinances, local housing laws and resources, and much more. Informational packets will be provided for future reference, and available to interested individuals who are unable to attend. This program will be a great way for new and returning visitors to meet local officials and get their summer off to a great start! Refreshments will be served. This event takes place in the Town Hall Board Room at 170 MacGregor Ave. on June 8, 2017, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, contact Sergeant Jeremiah Polucha at 970-577-3861 or jpolucha@estes.org

ALICE Training: Active Shooter Response Training

ALICE Training is a proactive response to an active shooter/violent intruder situation that can occur anywhere and at any time. ALICE stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate. ALICE was developed by a law enforcement officer and an elementary school principal following the Columbine High School massacre. The program studied multiple active shooter situations to learn what kind of responses save lives. It found that the "duck and cover" response taught since the 1950’s has led to multiple lives lost. The goal is to retrain and empower those who find themselves in an active shooter/violent intruder situation. ALICE Training provides multiple ways to respond to an active shooter situation and gives civilians the confidence and training needed to save lives.

For more information or to schedule an ALICE Training, please contact Officer Curt Plassmeyer at 970-577-3822.


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Police Department Phone Numbers

Police Department Phone Numbers:  Other Resources:
970-586-4000  Colorado State Patrol   303-239-4501 
Animal Control 970-577-4000 Crossroads Ministry 970-577-0610
Crime Stoppers 970-586-3838 Estes Valley Crisis Advocates   970-577-9781 
Criminal Justice Records 970-577-3830  Larimer County Sheriff 970-416-1985 
Municipal Court Clerk 970-577-3888 Road Conditions 511
Restorative Justice 970-577-3829 United Way 211