- ALICE Training: Active Shooter Response
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.
The Estes Park Police Department provides breathalyzer tests (BA's/PBT's) Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding holidays. Request a breathalyzer in person at the Police Department lobby, located inside Town Hall at 170 MacGregor Ave. No appointment is required. The test fee is $15 per occurrence.
- Crime Mapping
Crime Mapping provides the public with valuable information about recent crime activity in their neighborhood. Learn more about Crime Mapping.
- Crime Stoppers
Crime Stoppers is an effective way for citizens to fight and prevent crime in their communities. To learn more, visit the Crime Stoppers web page.
- Deceased Wildlife Donation Agreement
The Estes Park Police Department, in coordination with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, maintains a list of individuals willing to collect deceased wildlife from Town Streets and State highways within city limits that were killed as a result of a collision. To learn more, or apply for the Road Kill list, visit the Wildlife Donation Agreement page.
In collaboration with Estes Valley Restorative Justice Partnership, the Estes Park Police Department offers free mediation services to the Estes Valley. Learn more about these Conflict Resolution Services.
- Municipal Codes
Access the Estes Park Municipal Code.
Access the Estes Valley Development Code.
- SafeTrade Station
A SafeTrade Station is available at the Estes Park Police Department at Town Hall, 170 MacGregor Ave., to provide individuals with a safe location to meet the other party when buying or selling items online. Learn more about the SafeTrade Station.
- Vacation Check
The Estes Park Police Auxiliary offer Vacation Checks for up to 4 weeks (30 days) for people who are going to be away for a short period of time. The Auxiliary will do a quick check of the external portion of the property at least once a week for up to 4 weeks (30 days). This service is not for people who are gone for longer periods of time. If coverage is needed for an extended period of time, local security companies may be able to provide service for hire.
Complete a Vacation Check Request.
- Blue Santa
Every holiday season, the Blue Santa Program collects non-perishable food, gifts and hygiene products for disabled, shut-in and elderly community members who need a little extra cheer during the holiday season. Blue Santa is sponsored by the Estes Park Police Auxiliary. Learn more about the Blue Santa program.
- Citizen's Police Academy
Citizen's Police Academy. This informative series of classes sponsored by the Town's Police Department are offered free of charge biennially. Class size is limited to 30. Officers offer Academy participants an opportunity to learn more about the daily operations of the police department and experience conditions similar to the training police receive. Learn more about the Citizen's Police Academy.
- Downtown Halloween Trick-or-Treat
Estes Park Police Department is no longer coordinating the Downtown Halloween Event. For questions and registration, please contact Donna Carlson of the Estes Chamber of Commerce at email@example.com or 970-577-9900.
- Safety Fair
The Safety Fair is presented by the Estes Park Police Department in conjunction with other state, county and government agencies, and is held in the spring of each year. The goal of this event is to create a fun and active learning environment to educate the youth of Northern Colorado on the topics of alcohol and drug awareness, bicycle safety, fire safety, career opportunities and emergency services technology. Learn more about the Safety Fair.
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