How can I learn about personal safety programs?
Self-protection means knowing how to avoid being the victim of an attack or robbery by keeping alert for the unexpected and not taking unnecessary chances, it also includes knowing what to do if you are a victim and acting with common sense and cooperating with authorities.
The police department has programs in place to help protect yourself against crime. Programs include precautions to take at home, precautions to take while walking or driving a car, sexual assault and robbery prevention, and various other topics of concern. Programs are intended to help you evaluate a crime risk and provide you with skills and information to help reduce the possibility of crime occurring and what to do if you do become a victim.
For more information about personal safety programs offered please contact the Crime Prevention Unit at 720-977-5000.
For more Police Department information, visit the Police Department webpage.