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Crime Prevention & Safety
The Broomfield Police Department strives to provide consistent quality all-hazard education including crime prevention and safety tips to the public and private sectors.

Crime prevention and community policing share a common purpose – reducing the threat of crime and making our community more safe and secure. The police department needs the assistance from each and every community member. You are the eyes and ears as well as the crime prevention “practitioners” that can make a difference in reducing crime in our community.

• Close and lock your garage doors
• Lock the doors to your home
• Lock your car doors
• Remove valuables from your vehicle
• Close and lock your windows
• Know your neighbors
• Inventory your property
• Know the vehicles that belong in your neighborhood
• Call the police if you see or hear anything suspicious

Emergency 9-1-1 / Non-emergency 303.438.6400

The Citizens’ All-Hazard Preparedness Guide provides a section on Home Safety and Security. Topics covered include home safety, household hazardous materials, personal safety, identity theft, and home security.
 
The Business All-Hazard Preparedness Guide provides hazard-specific plans that encompass workplace violence, theft, robbery, shoplifting, and other crime prevention and safety topics specific to businesses.

Personal safety and security encompasses awareness tips for people of all ages.  From Internet safety to things parents or guardians should teach their children, information is available through the various links provided.


Joleen Reefe
Public Education Coordinator
Public Information Officer

11600 Ridge Pkwy.
Broomfield, CO  80021

Ph:  720.887.2084
Email