Police Department

Community Partnership Unit

The Community Partnership Unit is a part of the police department, which continuously reaches out to the community. The unit facilitates and coordinates the Neighborhood Watch program. The unit also provides information to community members during a multitude of meetings; HOA meetings, National Night Out, and tours of the police department to name a few. This unit is the focal point of information sharing between the police department and the community and is available for problem solving issues.

What is Community Policing?
Effective community policing has a positive impact on reducing neighborhood crime, helping to reduce fear of crime and enhancing the quality of life in the community. It accomplishes these things by combining the efforts and resources of the police, local government and community members. 

An Idea for the Times 
Community policing is a collaborative effort between the police and the community that identifies problems of crime and disorder and involves all elements of the community in the search for solutions to these problems. It is founded on close, mutually beneficial ties between police and community members. 

Community policing offers a way for law enforcement to help re-energize our communities. Developing strong, self-sufficient communities is an essential step in creating an atmosphere in which serious crime will not flourish. 

A Practical Approach to Problems 
Community policing seeks the input and talents of all members of the community in the effort to safeguard our neighborhoods.


Officer Kris Larson
Community Partnership Unit 
9220 Kimmer Drive, Ste. 120
Lone Tree, CO  80124
Ph: 303-339-8150, Ext. 1202

Monday - Thursday
7:00 am - 5:00 pm

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