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New items and hot topics will be posted on our home page. As always we welcome your comments, ideas and questions! Just email us! Email the CSPD
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Weekly Crime Maps Weekly Crime Maps have been added. The maps are current through April 25.
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2008 Annual Statistical Report We have published our Annual Statistical Report. Please feel free to review at your leisure. The file is quite large, so it may take a few minutes to load depending upon your connection speed.
-- added April 13
Employment News Our Employment News section has been updated. Also, we have posted a new Employment Guide and new Employment Applications. Please review and if you have questions, you can contact our Recruiting Office at 444-7447.
-- added April 13
Crime Prevention and Personal Safety Classes Dating Safety April 20 -- 5:40pm - 6:45pm
Parent Resource List If you need help, please print off a copy of our Parent Resource list and use it as needed! Help is available to you!
-- February 20
General Orders The Colorado Springs Police Department's General Order files have been updated. These files are provided for us by other law enforcement agencies as well as the public. -- updated February 18
NEW Impound / Vehicle Auction Site Visit the new CSPD Impound site which will allow you to view upcoming vehicles to be auctioned off, impound fees, search for a specific vehicle and much more! You can access the site by using our left side navigation under Community Groups & Services / Impounded Vehicles -- added February 11
Meth Lab Seizures We have updated our Meth Lab Seizure section. We hope that you find this information helpful.
--added February 4
Employment News For those individuals interested in becoming an Officer with the Colorado Springs Police Department, we have updated our Employment News section.
-- updated November 24
Neighborhood Watch View our updated Neighborhood Watch information and contact numbers!
-- added November 12
Frequently Asked Questions We have updated numerous FAQ pages and have added lots of new information. If you have a question or would just like to learn more, please browse through our FAQ section.
-- added November 5
Sex Offenders We have updated our facts, tips and characteristics pages. We have also added four new pages of helpful information (What Can I Tell My Children, Warning Signs, Safety Tips from a Convicted Child Molester, and Suspicious Adult Behaviour)
-- added November 4
CSPD Stats and Graphs We have updated all of our statistics and charts with year end 2007 information. Please take a few minutes and review our graphs.
-- updated August 12
2008 Fast Facts View a quick overview of facts related to the CSPD (number of personnel, budget, calls for service, etc.)!
-- added July 21
If you have been a victim or if you know someone who has been a victim, please review our Victim Advocacy Unit information (just click the image)!
-- all new July 8
Chief Myers' Corner
View the meeting minutes from the Community Leaders Meeting held on February 11, 2009.
Meeting Minutes - PDF -- added March 18
Communications from the Chief of Police
CSPD 2007 Annual Report We are proud to publish our 2007 Annual Report. Please take a moment or two and review a few of our 2007 accomplishments. This is a LARGE file so it will take a while to load. It is also a pdf file so you will need a pdf viewer.
-- added November 7, 2008
CSPD 2007 Statistical Annual Report The Statistical report is the compilation of verified data. The report is quite large so it may take a while to load depending upon your internet connection speed.
-- added April 8, 2008
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