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


5 hours ago
@mS_mUsiQ Thanks for letting us know. We cannot dispatch officers or assign other city resources through Twitter. Please call our non-emergency # at 720-913-2000 to report.

17 hours ago
Was watching the @PredsNHL soccer match (a game where players score via kicks) when a HOCKEY 🏒 goal was scored. GO @Avalanche !

18 hours ago
#COLvsNSH

Getting calls that @andrewhammond30 is stealing the game from the @PredsNHL – sorry, not our jurisdiction…

GO @Avalanche! https://t.co/EY3MUuejnu

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19 hours ago
@ethas1 There was a crash there. The owner of that car returned and an exchange of information occurred.

22 hours ago
@TheMaroonHawk Officers were in the area contacting several intoxicated people.

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Denver Police Department2 hours ago

SUNDAY MATINEE SNEEK PEEK: SILENCE KILLS

When people think of child abuse, they often think of it only in terms of physical abuse, but its so much more than that. Detective Curtis Johnson sits down to talk about this sensitive topic tomorrow, right here on Facebook, at 1:05 PM. Don’t miss it!

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Denver Police Department6 hours ago

SCAM ALERT SATURDAY: KIDNAPPING SCAM

This past week, officers have responded to several reports of kidnapping only to find that it’s a scam. In these incidents, the suspect is spoofing the victim’s child’s phone number and calling the victim to say they have kidnapped the child. The suspect then demands the suspect wire them money in exchange for their child’s release. Upon investigation, these alleged kidnappings are found to be false and the children were not abducted or harmed.

These types of scams are intended to prey on the fear of the parent and their concern for their child’s safety. If you receive a call of this nature, do not respond to the demands and contact us immediately.

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Denver Police Department20 hours ago

SUNDAY MATINEE SNEEK PEEK: SILENCE KILLS

When people think of child abuse, they often think of it only in terms of physical abuse, but its so much more than that. Detective Curtis Johnson sits down to talk about this sensitive topic this Sunday, right here on Facebook, at 1:05 PM. Don’t miss it!

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Denver Police Department1 day ago

FUREVER HOME FRIDAY: JANIS (ID A324811)

You guys, how freakin’ cute is this puppy girl!? Her name is Janis and she’s a 9-year-old German Shepherd mix. Janis is aging like a fine wine and is as sweet as they come. She’s a gentle soul and would like a human to match. And as a bonus, Janis doesn’t mind other dogs as long as they have manners, because manners matter.

For more information on Janis, 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

CHOOSE! YOUR! RIDE!

Its 420 in the mile high and we all know what that means. While the recreational use of marijuana may be legal in Denver, public consumption is not and neither is driving under the influence. Should you choose to celebrate the day, you will also need to choose your ride. The choice seems easy enough — a taxi, ride-share service, public transit or designated “Dave” will get you home safely for a small fee. If you rely on us to get you to some of the city’s “finest accomodations”, you could end up paying thousands of dollars in fines, and to add to that, we’re kinda a buzzkill.

So, go ahead, Denver — Choose! Your! Ride!

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Denver Police Department2 days ago

THROWBACK THURSDAY: TICKETING TO A SHOW

Today, we are throwing it back 65 years. It was on April 16, 1953 that Walter R. Beaver, pictured here, was pulled over by Denver Police Officer Henry Diffee and Officer Al Leavitt. But they didn’t give him a traffic ticket. Instead, they issued him two tickets to “Jeopardy”, which was playing at the Broadway Theater at the time. The theater, in partnership with the police department, gave away 50 tickets to the movie to drivers who “did not place people’s lives in jeopardy.” Clever…

*Photo courtesy of the Denver Public Library Digital Collections.