Welcome to the Longmont Police Department
Our commitment is to work in partnership with our citizens in creating and
preserving exceptional public safety for those who live in, work in, or visit
our community. This commitment is reflected in our mission statement:
"To protect and to serve with integrity and professionalism
in partnership with the people of Longmont."
POLICE SERVICES ANNOUNCES SPRING CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY - Longmont Police Services is accepting applications for its 12-week Citizen’s Police Academy. The goal of the academy is to give residents a better understanding of the role of law enforcement and our criminal justice system. It is intended to build awareness in our citizens regarding the limited capacity the police have and to encourage more citizen responsibility and involvement in public safety issues. The class meets from March 19 until June 4, 2014 on Wednesday nights from 6pm-9pm. Applications can be found online or a by phone at 303-651-8523.
SEXUALLY VIOLENT PREDATOR (SVP) MEETING ON 1/29/14. Questions answered. For additional information, please call Sgt Bruce Wittich at 303.651.8521.
LONGMONT PUBLIC SAFETY HAS A NUMBER OF VOLUNTEER OPENINGS - For police volunteer openings call (303)774-4440 or visit our website.
Emergency Information on Longmont flooding (website has moved)
LONGMONT POLICE EXPLORER POST COMPETES AND WINS! - The competition was hosted by the Law Enforcement Explorers Advisors Association of Colorado (LEEPAAC) and was attended by over 200 Police Explorers from various posts throughout the western and central United States. This year’s competition was held at Johnson and Wales University in Denver. This year’s award winners in team competitions were: Alex Cunningham, 5th place in High–Risk Traffic Stops, Trevor Woods, 5th place in Domestic Violence, Brittany Ballard, 4th place in Hostage Negotiations. This year’s award winner in individual completion was Rachel Manis, 3rd place in Knock and Talks and 1st place in Photo Line-ups. In addition, LEEPAAC offers yearly scholarships for those Explorers who apply. This year’s two top scholarships both went to Longmont Explorers; Katie Schutlz ($1,500.00) and Rachel Manis ($1,200.00). The Police Explorer program offers activities in the area of modern policing for youth 14 to 20 years of age. We accept applications year round for selections in July and December. For more information on the Explorer program.
SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY - As required by state statute, Longmont Police maintains a list of registered sex offenders.
POLICE DEPARTMENT LOOKING FOR PUBLICS ASSISTANCE IN NEW YEARS EVE HIT AND RUN ACCIDENT -
The Longmont Police Department is seeking the publics help in locating a sports car (possibly gray) in connection with the hit and run of a 16-year-old youth on New Years Eve. As well, the department is also interested in video from area businesses between 9:45pm and 10:30pm. Anyone with information is asked to call the Longmont Police Department at 303-651-8501 or Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. Tips also may be submitted online at nococrimestoppers.com. Tipsters may remain anonymous and could qualify for a reward if information leads to an arrest and filing of charges.
FREE GUN LOCKS FOR LONGMONT RESIDENTS FROM PROJECT CHILDSAFE. Swing by the second floor of the S&J - "Administration" and pick one up. Limit 3 per family. Check out Project Childsafe for great information on securing/handling firearms.
INFORMATION REGARDING UPDATES TO OUTDOOR EMERGENCY SIRENS IN LONGMONT
POLICE DEPARTMENT'S CABLE SHOW HITS THE INTERNET - For more than 12 years, the Longmont Police Department has hosted a cable show called “Behind the Badge”. Now….Behind the Badge is available on the Internet. In partnership with Longmont Cable Channel 8, Behind the Badge brings you a weekly update on police news in Longmont. Each week Behind the Badge features Longmont’s most wanted and traffic hotspots. Every show is filmed on Tuesday and available for public view that day. In addition to the Internet the show is broadcast on Longmont Cable Channel 8, three times a day.
THE LONGMONT POLICE DEPARTMENT UTILIZES THE NORTHERN COLORADO CRIME STOPPERS PROGRAM
Anyone with information about a crime is asked to contact Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or you can send a text message to "CRIMES" (274637) Keyword: NOCO (followed by your tip information). You will remain anonymous and can receive up to a $2,000.00 cash reward for information that results in the arrest of a suspect.