Helping the Community at Every Turn
The Support Services Division provides restorative justice, records, auxiliary and emergency communications services for the Estes Park Police Department and Town of Estes Park. The Division consists of the Estes Park Emergency Communications Center, Records Unit, Restorative Justice Partnership, and Police Auxiliary, and is overseen by the Support Services Captain. The Division is comprised of 14 employees -- a Police Captain, 2 Records Technicians, Restorative Justice Manager, Restorative Justice Program Coordinator, Communications Manager and 8 Emergency Services Dispatchers -- and over 80 volunteers.
- 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.
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.
- 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.
- Printable Forms
Voluntary Statement / Declaracion Voluntaria
- Registered Sex Offender List
Estes Park Police Department maintains a registered sex offender list for those people who reside within the Town limits of Estes Park. Individuals living outside of the Town limits must register with Larimer County Sheriff's Office in Ft. Collins. To obtain a criminal history or view a surrounding agency's Registered Sex Offender list, contact the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
- 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 are killed as a result of a collision. To learn more, or apply for the Road Kill list, visit the Wildlife Donation Agreement page
Interested in volunteering for the Police Department as a member of the Police Auxiliary or front desk volunteer? Contact Captain Rick Life at 970-577-3872 for more information about Auxiliary and Peni Barnes at 970-577-3823 for information about front desk volunteering. Front desk volunteers assist Police Department staff by managing the front desk window of the police department, answering questions and providing a variety of forms and resources to the community and visitors.