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Lakewood Colorado Police Station Address: 445 S Allison Pkwy, Denver, CO 80226, United States


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We are actively seeking the best and brightest! Visit https://t.co/ndZwtyeplu or follow the link below to your new #career #Military #college #Jobs – City of Lakewood, CO Police Agent (January 2019 Academy) NEW AND LATERAL AGENTS https://t.co/howrDKJfLn @GovernmentJobs https://t.co/kDRK7EfbJA

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We remember the lives lost, the almost two dozen who were injured and the impact that this tragedy had on our community, our state and the country. #WeAreColumbine https://t.co/Sd0lpJxtKp

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2 days ago
Another senseless tragedy. Please remember every single officer, agent, Deputy, and trooper are all people. With families, hopes, dreams, etc. We stand behind the men and women of Gilchrist County Florida. https://t.co/pUUKdYwtld

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Welcome to the official Facebook page of the Lakewood Police Department in Lakewood, Colorado. We welcome your input and positive comments regarding our department.

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Vision for this page: To engage with the public in a timely and transparent manner, developing a cooperative relationship for the interest of community well-being.

Mission: To create a positive and interactive citizen narrative about police, increase recruiting efforts using current technologies and methods, and solicit assistance from the community in crime prevention and criminal apprehension.

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Lakewood Police Department2 days ago

Medicine Disposal Myth #4 – It’s ok to flush medicines down the toilet or pour them down the drain. The FDA encourages this because it’s not really harmful to the environment.

Fact: Medicines that are flushed or poured down the drain can end up polluting our waters, impacting aquatic species, and contaminating our food and water supplies. Most medicines are not removed by wastewater treatment plants or septic systems. Scientists have found medicines in surface, ground and marine waters as well as soils and sediments in the Pacific Northwest. Even at very low levels, medicines in the environment hurt aquatic life. Using a medicine take-back program is a simple, sensible way to reduce the amount of medicines entering the environment.
(source: takebackyourmeds.org)

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Lakewood Police Department3 days ago

Just this afternoon, three of Lakewood’s finest Agents were promoted to the official rank of Sergeant. Here, they each take their oath to perform the duties with integrity (it’s a lot longer oath than that, but you get the gist). Congratulations Sergeants Braley, Gomez and Richards.

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Lakewood Police Department3 days ago

Go Avs! Just a reminder if you’re headed out to watch the game tonight, please don’t drink and drive. Let’s all get home safe so we can watch the next game!

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Lakewood Police Department4 days ago

Medicine Disposal Myth #3
The best way to protect children from accidental poisoning is to throw medicines in the trash.
Fact: Throwing unwanted medicines in the household trash does not ensure that curious kids can’t get at them. There’s an epidemic of accidental poisonings from medicines in our homes – and children are the most common victims. Also, pets and animals are not deterred by kitty litter or other substances when getting into the trash and can potentially ingest the unused medicines. Human medications are the leading cause of pet poisonings, most often from trash-related toxic exposures.

Protect your kids and keep your family safe by storing your medicines securely at home. When you have medicines that are expired or unwanted, use a medicine take-back program – it’s the safest way to dispose of unused medication. (source: www.takebackyourmeds.org)

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Lakewood Police Department5 days ago

A special thanks to Panera Bread in Lakewood who supported the Courage Walk with food donations on Saturday!

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Lakewood Police Department5 days ago

The Lakewood Police would like to thank all those who came out for the Annual Courage Walk this past weekend. Chief McCasky read the names of the victims who were honored. The ceremony ended with Aphrodite’s Doves soaring in the Colorado blue sky.

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