The City of Boulder Police Department has created a program called Neighborhood Policing Areas. As a part of the Neighborhood Policing Areas program police officers are assigned to specific neighborhoods, so that they can work with community members and business owners, to collaboratively address crimes and other community issues in an effort build vibrant livable communities.
Neighborhood Police Officers will be available to:
- Work collaboratively with community members and businesses to address crime and other neighborhood problems
- Answer questions
- Work with other City of Boulder agencies to address crimes and other issues that are negatively impacting the neighborhood
- Assist by providing crime prevention related public education
- When available, attend HOA meetings and other neighborhood events
- Track crimes and other problems in their Neighborhood Policing Area
If you have a crime to report call Boulder Police Communications at 303-441-3333 or in the event of an emergency dial 9-1-1. Do not attempt to contact your Neighborhood Police Officer to address in-progress crimes. Due to training or other scheduling conflicts it could take several days for your Neighborhood Police Officer to respond to your email. If you have not received a response in a reasonable amount of time you can utilize the feedback tab in the upper right corner to contact a supervisor.
Our interactive map allows you to locate your Neighborhood Police Officer by typing your address in the search bar on the map or utilizing the manual zoom feature. To view an interactive map identifying your Neighborhood Police Officers click on the link below.