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Denver Colorado Police Station Address: 1311 W 46th Ave, Denver, CO 80211, United States


18 ago
@Manny_zaragoza Officers are investigating a 2-vehicle crash in the area. Just one lane getting by right now. No serious injuries reported at this time.

2 hours ago
@zayde_silva Nearest call for service shows officers responding to a report of a possible hit and run 2-vehicle crash. Injuries unknown.

2 hours ago
#TRAFFIC: #DPD investigating a 2-vehicle rollover crash with serious injuries at Yale & Meade. Yale is closed both directions. #Denver. https://t.co/v4jH6ZL9Th

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11 hours ago
@JohnSpoerl We are unable to say where officers are heading at any time, as they may be going to multiple calls. If you know where they landed and can provide the cross streets, we are happy to research calls for service.

13 hours ago
ROAD CLOSED: #DPD investigating a vehicle vs bike crash at Cedar & Sheridan. Injuries unknown. NB Sheridan closed. Alternate routes advised. #Denver https://t.co/dwBb314fGW

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Denver Police Department1 hour ago

SUNDAY MATINEE SNEEK PEEK: WOMEN’S SELF-DEFENSE

Our free women’s self-defense classes are designed to empower women and provide them with the skills they need to feel safe in any situation. Go inside one of these classes this Sunday, right here on Facebook at 1:05 PM!

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Denver Police Department7 hours ago

BROTHERS IN BLUE… AND GREEN

These four gentlemen are currently serving in the United States Air Force Reserves AND they also happen to be Denver Police officers. Officer Brandon Tucker (District 2), Officer Jesus Williams (District 3), Officer Aaron Marquez and Officer Christopher Lavin (District 5) are all in the 710th Security Forces Squadron out of Buckley Air Force Base and on January 8, 2018, they all deployed for a 7 month tour in the Middle East.

Please join us in wishing them a safe mission and thanking them for their service to our city AND our country!

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Denver Police Department11 hours ago

FUREVER HOME FRIDAY: LISA (ID A319137)

Friends, meet Lisa! This gorgeous gal is a 1-year-old American Bulldog mix and she’s looking for her forever home. Lisa an active pup who is looking for an active human to show her the all the world has to offer. Early morning runs, midday romps in the park, evening strolls and weekend hikes in the mountains – it doesn’t matter the activity, Lisa is always down. She’s also super smart and would dig some formal training sessions to stimulate her mind. This action-packed pup is an assertive girl and will do best in a home where she is the only fur-kid.

For more information on Lisa, or any other adoptable animals at the Denver Animal Shelter call 311 or visit https://goo.gl/kJm3WW. For information on the adoption process, go to http://goo.gl/akZwBs.

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Denver Police Department1 day ago

THROWBACK THURSDAY: THE GIFT OF DISGUISE

This photo here is of William H. O’Brien who was appointed Chief of Denver Police in 1897. His most notable contribution to the agency was the purchase of a trunk full of disguises which cost $9. Upon gifting the disguises to his detectives, he stated:

“Gentlemen, the interest of this great city is at stake. Every night there is a bicycle stolen; every night someone loses 25 feet of hose and only a few days ago there were four chickens taken from a restaurant not a block away from this station. This must be stopped. You are well-known detectives in this city and I appreciate how hard it is to catch thieves, but I have remedied this; here are numerous disguises with which you can change your appearance wonderfully. Go forth and catch some thieves.”

The detectives happily donned the disguises, which may have been too good. At one point, one disguised detective arrested another detective disguised as a peddler.

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Denver Police Department1 day ago

CPL. FOUST & OFC. RYAN – 2, CAR THIEVES – 0

During the evening hours of Tuesday, January 16, 2018, District 3 Corporal Foust and Officer Ryan were patrolling in the area of Leetsdale Drive and S. Quebec Street when they saw a box truck swerving. The officers ran a check in the vehicle and found that is was reported stolen out of Arvada. During the course of the officers’ investigation. the vehicle pulled into a parking lot in the 2300 block of S. Parker Road. It was there that they were able to take the three occupants into custody without incident. The suspect driver was arrested for investigation of auto theft and possession of a weapon by a previous offender after an stolen firearm was located inside the vehicle. The two other occupants were also arrested for criminal trespassing.

This is the second stolen vehicle recovering and arrest made by this pair this week!

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Denver Police Department2 days ago

WELLNESS WEDNESDAY: FLU SEASON IS NO JOKE

Luckily our friends at Denver Public Health have provided us with everything we need to know, including how the flu spreads, its symptoms, how to protect yourself from the flu and more. And now we’re sharing it with you!

Spread the word, not the flue and for more information, visit https://goo.gl/jG7qva.