Bicycle Registration

Bicycle Registration

The Boulder Police Department has teamed up with the nonprofit Bike Index, to provide community members with an opportunity to register their bicycles and report stolen bicycles nationally. Through Bike Index, community members can register their bicycles, which allows law enforcement to more easily contact you if your bicycle is found or recovered after being stolen. This service is FREE to community members. To increase the ability of law enforcement being able to contact you and return your bicycle, please make sure you update your Bike Index profile with your most current contact information.

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Community Police Academy

Community Police Academy

Each year the Boulder Police Department offers a Community Police Academy to promote cooperation, education, understanding of police operations and an opportunity to talk directly with all levels of law enforcement.

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Explorer Post Program

Explorer Post Program

The Explorer program is an educational program for young adults between the ages of 14-21 with an interest in law enforcement. Explorers meet weekly for training sessions in law enforcement activities and are not paid. Participants in this program also have grade-point average requirements.

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Fingerprinting

Fingerprinting

Effective September 24, 2018 - The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has partnered with IdentoGO for this service. To get started, visit the Colorado page on the IdentoGO website

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Homeless Outreach Team

Homeless Outreach Team

Law enforcement personnel are constantly challenged to balance the individual freedoms of homeless citizens while improving the overall health, safety and welfare of the community. In June of 2016, the Homeless Outreach Team was formed to coordinate efforts among a large number of advocacy groups and service providers.

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LGBTQ Liaison Program

LGBTQ Liaison Program

The Boulder Police Department has partnered with Out Boulder and the LGBTQ Liaison Program to take a stand against bias motivated crimes and incidents of hate in our community. Out Boulder County specializes in educating, advocating and providing services, programs, and support for Boulder County’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer communities.

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Online Reporting

Online Reporting

As a convenience to the community, we allow for individuals to report non-emergency incidents through our online reporting system. After you complete your report, you will receive a case number for your records and the report will be reviewed by Boulder Police Department staff.

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Party Registration Program

Party Registration Program

The City of Boulder is following the guidelines recommended by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and specifically recommends that community members practice good personal hygiene, refrain from attending/hosting large gatherings/parties and practice safe social distancing. For complete details about how the City of Boulder is responding to COVID-19, please click here.

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Police Records & Reports

Police Records & Reports

The Records Division of the Boulder Police Department manages the data collection of all reports and is responsbile for records management and the release of reports.

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Victim Services

Victim Services

The Victim Services Unit is responsible for providing crisis intervention to victims of crimes and tragedy within the City of Boulder. The program is staffed by trained volunteer advocates who are on-call 24 horus a day, 7 days a week. They repond immediately to the scene of a crime, accident, or victim's home at the request of an officer.

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