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Estes Park Police Department provides professional public safety services in partnership with the community in order to enhance the quality of life for residents and guests. Please see a message from Chief of Police Wes Kufeld.
For all emergencies, please call 911. 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.
Colorado Law requires motorists to report all motor vehicle accidents which result in damage or injury. If you are involved in an accident and do not feel the need to call 911, you may request Police assistance by calling dispatch at 970-586-400. If you are involved in an accident outside city limits, or during a period of "Accident Alert", please report the accident to the Department of Revenue Division of Motor Vehicles online.
The Estes Park Police Department is responsible for animal control within the limits of the Town of Estes Park. To report domesticated animal control issues within Town of Estes Park, call police dispatch at 970-586-4000. To report domesticated animal control issues outside the Town of Estes Park, contact Larimer County Humane Society at 970-226-3647. For issues with wildlife (non-domesticated animals), contact Colorado Parks and Wildlife at 970-472-4300.
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.
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. 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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