Welcome to Aurora, Colorado

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Pic of Chief Metz
Nicholas "Nick" Metz
Chief of  Police
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Police dispatch, dial 303-627-3100
General Information: 303-739-6000

The Aurora Police Department is responsible for providing law enforcement services to a growing, urban/suburban community with unique and ever-changing needs. We strongly believe that the challenges facing the police department can only be addressed effectively by connecting with community leaders, school administrators, members of the business community, non-profit organizations, other government agencies, neighborhood groups and most importantly, individual citizens. It is through this spirit of partnership that we will continue to see further reductions in crime and we will enhance the quality of life for those who live, work and play in our city.

The Aurora Police Department currently employs 657 officers and 131 civilians. 

Organizational Mission Statement

To make Aurora safer everyday.


Aurora will be the safest large city in America. We will accomplish this by:
Reducing crime and the fear of crime.
Partnering with the community to identify and solve problems.
Operating the department efficiently.

Organizational Goals

Aurora will be the safest large city in America by 2020.
Core Values

Duty, Honor, Integrity.
The Aurora Police Department is an internationally accredited law enforcement agency and meets the high standards of the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA)

City of Aurora Colorado -- 15151 E. Alameda Pkwy -- Aurora, CO 80012            Access Aurora: 303-739-7000