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Broomfield Colorado Police Station Address: 7 Descombes Dr, Broomfield, CO 80020, United States

14 hours ago
@mc116513 Sorry for the delay in replying; yes, a CodeRED notification was sent out for the incident on Jan 11

2 days ago
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4 days ago
It’s cold out there; bundle up and bring your pets inside. https://t.co/Zro4Ds2dF6

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4 days ago
Icy streets this morning; slow down, use caution and allow time and distance when coming to a stop.

4 days ago
The City & County of Broomfield is no longer on accident alert. Please drive safe.

4 days ago
Southbound lanes on I-25 at MM 231 are back open.

Broomfield Police Department

The Broomfield Police Department enriches a safe and secure City and County through our commitment to:
• Partnerships with our community
• A respectful and professional workforce
• Innovative solutions to address emerging community concerns

We strive to provide exceptional and responsive public safety services.

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Broomfield Police Department added 3 new photos — with John Broomfield.3 hours ago

Broomfiel Police and North Metro Fire Rescue District combined Honor Guard had the pleasure of posting the Colors at last night’s Avalanche vs. Sharks hockey game at the Pepsi Center.
Thanks for inviting us to participate in this event.
Go Avs!!

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Broomfield Police Department shared Coloradans Against Auto Theft (CAAT)’s photo.1 day ago

Auto Theft prevention begins with awareness tips. Did you know that more vehicles are stolen on Monday’s and Friday’s than any other day of the week. Help prevent auto theft – Always lock your car!

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Broomfield Police Department1 day ago

Suspicious Incident

On January 17th at approximately 3:15 there was a report of an adult male approaching a young female in the area of Westlake Drive between 132nd and 134th Avenue. When another adult came around the corner, the adult male ran away. Broomfield Police is currently investigating the situation and has increased their patrols in this neighborhood. The suspect is described as a possibly dark complected male, in his early 20’s or 30’s, thin build, 5’7″ to 6′ tall, wearing a grey hoodie and jeans. A possible associated vehicle has been described as a white or silver sedan with dark tinted windows.

If you or your child witnesses suspicious activity, contact the Broomfield Police Department at 303.438.6400. If there’s an immediate threat to safety, call 911. As a reminder, Safe2Tell provides a safe and easy way to anonymously report information about anything that is a concern to school or community safety. To report a safety concern please call 1-877-542-SAFE (7233) or go online to safe2tell.org.

Families are also encouraged to take this opportunity to reinforce safety skills with their children. Explain to your children you want to discuss the safety rules with them, so they will know what to do if they are ever confronted with a difficult situation. Make sure you have safety nets in place so your children know there is always someone who can help them.

Here are a few tips to aid with that conversation:

* Teach your children to recognize the methods someone may use to entice them such as asking for help or offering them a ride. Never approach people or vehicles they don’t know.
* If an adult approaches your child for help or directions, remember grownups needing help should not ask children; they should ask other adults.
* Safety in numbers. Stay with your friends and people you know when going places or playing outside.
* Say no if someone tries to touch you, or treats you in a way that makes you feel scared, uncomfortable, or confused. Get out of the situation as quickly as possible.
* Tell a parent, guardian or trusted adult if you feel scared, uncomfortable or confused.
* There will always be someone to help you, and you have the right to be safe.

Emergency 9-1-1; non-emergency 303.438.6400.

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Broomfield Police Department added 4 new photos — with John Broomfield.2 days ago

Congratulations are in order here!
Celebrating this great milestone to the newly promoted Sergeant Sean James and Commander Eric Fredrick!
Way to go gentlemen!

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Broomfield Police Department is with John Broomfield.2 days ago

Starting off our day with the “Swearing In” of two new officers. Welcome aboard Officers’ Collins and McCollum.

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Broomfield Police Department4 days ago

Bundle up if you’re heading out and bring your pets inside.