For all emergencies dial 911 for non-emergencies, you can call the Parker Police Department at (303) 841-9800.
Parker Police Department Headquarters
The new Parker Police Headquarters is located near Parker Road and Lincoln just behind the Lowe’s at is located at
Parker Police Department
18600 Lincoln Meadows Pkwy,
Parker, CO 80134
After being housed in the town hall and the old Sun Bank building by the original post office off of Pine Drive, the police department finally has a state of the art home of their own.
Online Police Reporting for non-Emergencies
The Parker Police Department implemented the CopLogic program in 2009 in order to provide the citizens of Parker with more options for filing a crime report.
Recently the Police Department added an additional option to the existing crime report categories of hit and run (vehicle), lost property, theft, vandalism (except graffiti) and anonymous crime tip and harassing phone calls.
To use this program the crime must have occurred within the town limits of Parker, the loss or damage must be less than $1,000, there is no suspect information and it is not an emergency.
These reports are still reviewed and approved by a sergeant and if there are any questions or evidence then a follow-up phone call or response by an officer would follow. A police department case number will be assigned and an email sent back to you upon approval by a sergeant.
To access this program go to Parker Online Crime Reporting Here.
This is a continuing project for the Parker Police Department and they hope to add additional options in the near future. Comments and suggestions are welcome please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To report non-emergency criminal activity that does NOT fit the criteria outlined on the web page for online reporting, call the Parker Police Department at 303.841.9800.
Emergency Preparedness Tips from the Parker PD
- 72-Hour Kits
- Make a Plan
- Plan for Pets – Colorado Lost & Found Pets Facebook Page
- Plan for Livestock
- Be Prepared: Flooding
- Be Prepared: Tornado
- Be Prepared: Wildfire
- Be Prepared: Snow Storm / Blizzard
- Douglas County Office of Emergency Services
- Colorado Office of Emergency Management
- American Red Cross
- FEMA for Kids
Parker is the 47th Safest City in America
February 20, 2014: The Parker Police Department received a certificate when the Town of Parker, Colorado achieved the honorable ranking of 47th Safest City in America which was awarded by NeighborhoodScout, earlier this year.
The mission of the Department is to provide service to the community that is specifically designed to maximize public safety, customer satisfaction and the quality of life for citizens who live and work in, and visit the Town, as outlined in the Department’s mission statement. Due to the strong efforts in the Department’s commitment to community policing and partnerships within the community, the Town of Parker saw a 2.7%* decrease in the total number of charges in 2013.
Parker Police Chief David King commented, “The Department takes great pride in the protection and services we provide to the community. We have an obligation to the citizens to afford innovative trainings to our police officers and crime prevention methods to the residents of Parker. It is a great honor to be the only city in Colorado to make this list of 100 Safest Cities in America.”
The America’s Safest Cities 2014 award is based on nationwide crime data research performed by NeighborhoodScout, a division of Location, Inc. According to NeighborhoodScout, safety performance is calculated for all cities with populations of 25,000 or more and ranked by the total number of property and violent crimes per 1,000 residents and is additionally based on raw crime data provided by the FBI’s UCR data.
*The Parker Police Department reports incidents based on the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) classification system. The totals shown are based on charges, not the number of incidents that occurred. It is possible, even likely, that an incident had more than one charge associated with it. Crime statistics are by nature dynamic and may change at any time.