Broomfield Police Department

  • Agency: Broomfield Police Department
  • Address: 7 Descombes Dr, Broomfield, 80038 CO
  • Chief: Thomas C Deland (Chief of Police)
Phone: 303-438-6400

Broomfield Police Department is located at 7 Descombes Dr, Broomfield, 80038 CO. The Chief of Police of the department is Thomas C Deland. The Broomfield Police Department phone number is 303-438-6400.

Broomfield Police Department News

We're sure that many of you are already working on that on-line shopping list to get a head start on your holiday gift list. Here's some tips to keep in mind while trying to stay one step ahead of the potential porch pirates that may be lurking about. * Be available for delivery * Arrange delivery at a neighbors that might be at home * Require a signature * Choose in-store pickup * Keep a security camera pointed at your doorstep

Fun to celebrate Halloween at the annual Trunk or Treat event at Nativity, sponsored by The Holy Rollers Car Club. This is a great opportunity to celebrate in a safe environment, with plenty of treats for everyone.

WARRANT WEDNESDAY! Tony Bottone is 46 years old, 6'00" tall and weighs 245 pounds. He is bald with blue eyes. He is wanted for two warrants for his arrest out of Arapahoe and Broomfield Counties for the charges of Felony 2nd Degree Assault-Strangulation, 3rd Degree Assault, False Imprisonment, Domestic Violence, and Possession of a Controlled Substance. There is no bond amount. If you have information as to his whereabouts contact Officer Bennett at 303.464.5765.

Update - Warrant Wednesday Ricardo Cordova has been captured! Thanks to all of our followers that helped to bring this man to justice.

A little Halloween fun with a visit from this special K-9 from our IT department! #HappyHalloween #BeSafe

October is National Crime Prevention Month - Here's a seasonal reminder from a local Halloween skeleton to "Close Your Garage Door"! This photo was provided by "BPD-Inside" Academy Alumni and Volunteer, Jeannie Jones. Thanks for sharing Jeannie!

The power has been restored. Thank you for your patience.

Just an fyi...power outage in the area of 128th and Huron; Xcel Energy is aware of the problem and are working on it.

Crime Prevention Starts with you - Always lock your car, and remove your keys!

Here's some great tips from the National Safety Council and Garfield. #HappyHalloween #BeSafe

October is Crime Prevention Month.

Started off our day at the Detention Center swearing in a new Police Officer-Detention. Welcome aboard Officer Heaton.

October is Crime Prevention Month!

Spooktacular success! What a great time had by all at this annual event today. Lots of fun costumes, candy, games, and prizes. #HappyHalloween #CommunityPartnerships

This weeks Animal Services adventures included a close encounter with a panda! What a fun opportunity to connect with the Broomfield community. Thanks Officer Shephard for being such a great sport!

The power has been restored. Thanks for your patience.

Power Outage Advisory- I25 west to Lowell Blvd. / 120th north to 144th; crews are working to restore power.

October is Crime Prevention Month! Here's some reminders.

Warrant Wednesday John Nelson is 47 years old, 5'09" tall, 160 lbs, with brown eyes and black hair. He is wanted for two warrants for the charges of Failure to Comply with Probation, Assault, and Possession of a Controlled Substance. Total bond is $10,000.00. If you have information as to his whereabouts call Officer Bennett at 303.464.5765.

Drug Take Back Day is occurring across the metro area this Saturday, October 27th. Here's a link to nearby locations Although Broomfield Police Department did not sponsor an event this year, we have our Medication Disposal Drop-Off box located just inside the door at the police department. This service is available Monday through Friday from 8am-5pm. Here's some additional information about this program, including what is accepted and hours. Thanks for taking the time to utilize this service.

October is National Crime Prevention Month! "If you see something, say something!" Report suspicious activity.

Officers volunteered their time to participate in the Colorado Special Olympics Tip-A-Cop. This year's event was held at California Pizza Kitchen at FlaIron Crossing Mall. Funds were raised to support local athlete's. Thanks to those that stopped by last night to support this great cause.

October is National Crime Prevention Month! Help Us, Help You!