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Safety is fundamental to the enjoyment of a high quality of life and security in the Village. We know that a sense of personal safety, on the street, at home, and in the workplace, is one of the most important factors when people determine the quality of their lives. Crime and fear of crime have tremendous impacts on individuals, families, neighborhoods, and the Village as a whole. We also know that the Village's reputation for being a safe place is one of the key factors that businesses look at when they decide to locate or invest. A safe community attracts tourists, conventions, and residents. The Village Police Department supports the quality of life of its citizens through outcome-based initiatives such as safe schools, safe communities, highly visible street patrol, in-depth criminal investigation, along with crime suppression and prevention.
Denver metropolitian area Police Department.
The Village Police Department is focused on providing consistent, high quality police service. To accomplish this task, the department focuses on reducing crime, fear, and disorder problems by fostering community relationships through collaborative partnerships. Commissioned and civilian employees work together to provide excellent services. The police department consists of 93 employees to include 67 sworn officers and 26 civilian members. The staff provides services to the community through four service areas; Patrol Services, Detective Services, Support Services and Administrative Services.
Patrol Services includes Patrol, Traffic, School Resource Officers, Emergency Response Team, Explorer Post, and Chaplains. Staff members provide crime prevention and safety solutions for the residents and businesses of the Village.
Detective Services includes, Detectives, Crime Lab, Evidence, South Metro Drug Task Force, Victim Assistance, Crime Analysis and Court Security. Their primary purpose is to resolve cases by conducting follow-up and initiating criminal investigations. In addition, staff members collect, preserve, process and dispose of all evidence and property.
Emergency Services includes Emergency Management, 9-1-1Center and Special Events. Staff members provide specialized service to ensure the safety of residents, businesses and other members of the police department.
Support Services consist of Records, Administrative Support, Code Enforcement, Research and Development, Grants, Volunteers and Community Outreach. Support Services staff keeps record of police activity, as well as provides information and assistance to the public. Staff members are responsible for researching, developing and maintaining information used to identify crime trends to help keep the community safe.
Recruitment and Training is overseen by the Chief of Police. Recruiting and hiring individuals that support the Village philosophy of outcome driven policing and problem solving is the top priority for the Recruitment Coordinator. The police department puts a high priority on training by providing all personnel with life long learning and developmental opportunities to research, define, and disseminate good practice in policing.
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