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Organizational Mission Statement
To promote a desirable quality of life in our community, we are committed to maintaining and improving peace, order and safety through excellence in law enforcement and community service.
Individual Value Statement
Our commitment to community service is driven by the expectation that we maintain the highest core values.
13347 E Montview Blvd
Aurora, CO 80045
District Commander: Acting Commander Terry Brown
Executive Officer: Captain Harry Glidden
District 1 is sub-divided into 11 beats, numbered 1 through 11. These areas are patrolled by District 1 officers. The District houses two detective units which investigate felony crimes against persons and property.
A team of Police Area Representative (PAR) officers is also housed at District 1. One PAR officer is assigned to each beat and works closely with businesses, schools, and residents.
A number of special units are located at District 1 to include the K-9 Unit, District 1 PAR officers, the Gang Intervention Unit, and the Foot Patrol Unit.
As in the case of each Police District, District 1 has two dedicated Direct Action Response Teams (DART) which is a tactical team tasked with addressing street crime using Community Policing.
15001 E Alameda Parkway
Aurora, CO 80012
District Commander: Acting Commander Vanessa Wilson
Executive Officer: Captain Jerry Hinkle
Police services such as records, front desk crime reporting (crimes without suspect information for example), and police property are available at the District 2/Headquarters station. The lobby is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, the front desk is not staffed from 1:00 a.m.- 6:00 a.m. each night. An afterhours phone has been installed that dials directly to dispatch that can be utilized during the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. Records and police property are not open 24 hours a day. To find out more information about police property and police records click the links.
Parking for District 2 is on the south side of the building east of the central Aurora library. The doors to District 2 are located between the Municipal Court building (pictured above with a green dome) and the Aurora History Museum.
District 2 is further divided by 8 beats, numbered 12 through 19. These areas are patrolled by District 2 officers.
A team of Police Area Representative (PAR) are also located at District 2. One PAR officer is assigned to each beat to work closely with businesses, schools, and residents to maintain the quality of life.
As in the case of each Police District, District 2 has a dedicated Direct Action Response Team (DART) which is a tactical team tasked with addressing street crime using Community Policing methods.
District 2 houses a number of investigative units. The District 2 general detective unit investigates felony crimes against persons and property that take place within the district. District 2 also houses Central Investigations, which investigates crimes occurring throughout the city. Central Investigations includes the Economic Crimes Unit, Crimes Against Children, Sex Crimes Unit, and the Major Crimes/Homicide Unit.
Other important services that are located at District 2 are the Victim Services Unit, the Crime Lab, the Traffic Section, School Resources Officers Unit, and the Media Relations Unit.
23911 E Arapahoe Road
Aurora, CO 80016
District Commander: Commander Ken Murphy
Executive Officer: Lieutenant Mark Walters
District 3 has 8 sub-areas (geographical divisions within the district), these areas are numbered 20-27. These areas are patrolled by officers assigned to work out of District 3. It is also serviced by a detective unit that investigates felony crimes against persons and property in the district.
A team of Police Area Representative (PAR) officers are also housed at District 3. One PAR officer is assigned to each area and works closely with area stakeholders such as businesses, schools, and residents to improve the quality of life in neighborhoods.
As in the case of each Police District, District 3 has a dedicated Direct Action Response Team (DART) which is a tactical team tasked with addressing street crime using Community Policing methods.