Street racing and speeding are a concern throughout our community and metro wide. The Westminster Police Department is committed to working on these issues. We are excited to announce in October 2023 we received the CDOT HSO (Colorado Department of Transportation Highway Safety Office) – Police Traffic Services grant to work on speed enforcement. This grant will run through October of 2024 and provides officers the opportunity to work additional shifts focusing on speed concerns. We were also able to purchase ten new LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) devices for training and use by patrol officers.
Join us for a free gun lock week December 10-17. Secure your firearms responsibly to prevent accidents and protect loved ones. Visit us at 9110 Yates Street Monday - Friday from 7am-9pm to receive your free gun lock. Lets work together for a safer community!
All across Colorado officials are seeing respiratory illness in dogs. For more information please visit the Colorado Department of Agriculture. https://bit.ly/3R3c4zX
Congratulations on your well deserved promotions. Your hard work and dedication have paid off!
It's Small Business Saturday! Let's celebrate the contributions of the small businesses that make our community unique and vibrant. Show your support by shopping local and visiting small businesses. #SmallBusinessSaturday! #ShopSmall #SupportLocal
It's Black Friday-- the biggest shopping day of the year! While you can snag some awesome deals, we want to make sure you stay safe. Here are a few safety tips to keep in mind when searching for great deals:
Happy Thanksgiving from our families to yours! 🦃 🍽
Important community update -Westminster’s dog license ordinance was repealed August 8, 2023.
The Westminster Police Department needs your assistance to help identify the individual(s) involved in this incident.
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November 15, 2023
Today we honor the brave men and women who have served and continue to serve our nation. They have sacrificed much, and deserve to be celebrated. We thank them for their service and celebrate Veterans Day with respect and solemn gratitude. #VeteransDay #Gratitude #Respect #Honor #Freedom #Celebrate
Oh the weather outside is.......☀️🌧️❄️ ya know.....Colorado like. Have you signed up for Lookout Alerts?
We are excited to invite you to our drone demonstration day, where innovation takes flight! Join us for a day of cutting-edge technology, live demonstrations and interactive sessions.
Congratulations to all law enforcement record personnel during this special week! Your dedication and hard work are essential in maintaining safety and order in our communities. Thank you for your service and commitment.
Last night around 11:00pm, the suspect Gilberth Alexis Gomez Arias - 22 years old, turned himself into Pueblo County Sheriff’s Department.
Who’s excited because Daylight Saving Time is over, and we can FINALLY get those extra hours of sleep!? Don't forget to set your clocks back one hour on Sunday, November 5th!
Did you know you can report certain crimes online, saving you valuable time?
Westminster PD has been accepted into Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) Project™ Georgetown University Law Center’s national training & support initiative for US law enforcement agencies committed to building a culture of peer intervention that prevents harm.
October 30, 2023
There is currently a large power outage in the city. At this time the power is out from 104th-88th Ave from Sheridan - West. Pls do not call 911 to report power outages. Pls only call 911 for emergencies. Xcel has been notified
We are looking for candidates who passionate about making a difference in their community. If you haven't applied, we encourage you to do so before the deadline. This will be the last chance to apply for the January academy.
On October 20, 2023 Westminster Police were called to the 12100 block of Zuni Street to assist with a female subject who had barricaded in her apartment after assaulting an Adams County Deputy. The Deputy was transported to the hospital with non – life threatening injuries and is expected to recover.