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Aurora Colorado Police Station Address: 15001 E Alameda Pkwy, Aurora, CO 80012, United States

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Aurora Police Department

The Aurora Police Department is responsible for providing law enforcement services to a growing, urban/suburban community with unique and ever-changing needs. We strongly believe that the challenges facing the Police Department can only be addressed effectively by connecting with community leaders, school administrators, members of the business community, non-profit organizations, other government agencies, neighborhood groups and most importantly, individual citizens. It is through this spirit of partnership that we will continue to see further reductions in crime and we will enhance the quality of life for those who live, work and play in our city.

The Aurora Police Department currently employs nearly 657 officers and 131 civilians. The Chief of Police is Nicholas Metz.

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After Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputy Zach Parrish was killed in the line of duty on December 31, 2017, we received an outpouring of support from our own community here in Aurora.

One fan of the APD contacted us on Facebook and wished us well by sending us a picture of his Police attire. We felt that the picture really showed solidarity and support for the men and women of our agency. Aven, a 7 year old second grade student of Black Forrest Hills Elementary School, was the rock star in Police attire. It was quite clear to us that Aven was sincere with his message of support.

Officers Syidi and Weiffenbach decided that a proper thank you was in order for the support that Aven showed to law enforcement agencies around the metro area. The Officers paid a visit to Aven, where they delivered some gifts as a token of our appreciation. In a profession that doesn’t always come with positive stories, it really means a lot to our Officers when someone else brightens our day or when we can brighten someone else’s.

Thank you Aven and to the rest of our community for your continued support! #YourSupportMatters

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Aurora Police Department shared Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office’s post.1 day ago

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Aurora Police Department shared Aurora Police Motor Vehicle Theft Alerts’s post.2 days ago

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Back in November, we asked for your help in locating Rogaciano Pitones Garcia (DOB 06/04/1974). Garcia is still missing and we continue to ask for the public’s assistance in finding Garcia to re-unite him with his family.

Garcia was last seen on October 19, 2017 at the Radiant Motel located at 10950 E. Colfax Ave. He was last seen wearing a Broncos jacket with brown pants. Garcia is 5’7″, 140 lbs., with brown hair and brown eyes. Garcia is blind in both eyes. Garcia has a history of substance abuse and he has gone missing in the past.

The circumstances surrounding Garcia’s disappearance are not known at this time. If you see Garcia, please contact APD dispatch at 303.627.3100 so that we can check on his welfare. If you have information about the whereabouts of Garcia, please call Detective Matt Ingui with the Major crimes/Homicide Unit at 303.739.6067.

Garcia is pictured below. Thank you for sharing this post!

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UPDATE: As of 9:30 P.M. on 1/15/2018, the City of Aurora is no longer on accident alert.

#TrafficAlert The city of Aurora is on Accident Alert.

Accident Alert: The Aurora Police Department will only respond to accidents involving the following:

Accidents with injuries.
Hit and Run Accidents.
Accidents involving alcohol, drugs, or marijuana.
Accidents where the vehicles cannot be driven from the scene.
Accidents where one or both drivers have no insurance.
If you are involved in a minor accident exchange the following information with the other driver:
Name, Date of Birth, Address, and Phone Number.
Driver’s License Number and State.
Vehicle license plate number and state.
Insurance company and policy number.

You can then respond to the Aurora Police Department Headquarters with the other driver on the following day or you can do it online at: