Greeley Police Department

  • Agency: Greeley Police Department
  • Address: 2875 10th Street, Greeley, 80634 CO
  • Chief: Jerry Garner (Chief of Police)
Phone: 970-350-9600
Fax: 970-350-9655

Greeley Police Department is located at 2875 10th Street, Greeley, 80634 CO. The Chief of Police of the department is Jerry Garner. The Greeley Police Department phone number is 970-350-9600.

Greeley Police Department News

The neighborhood action team is hard at work sorting Santa cops presents! #givingback #santacopsofweldcounty #GPD

We are lucky to serve such a wonderful community. Thank you Northern Colorado Credit Union for your thoughtful donation to our four legged officers.

We hosted a breakfast for our retired members of the Greeley Police Department! It was sure fun to catch up. We hardly recognized a few of them :) #throwbackthursday #GPD #retiredfromgpd

‪Our detectives are investigating a death in the 500 block of 14th Avenue. Please stay out of the area. ‬

💜💜OCTOBER IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH #standup💜💜 Domestic Violence does not discriminate. It is not limited to physical abuse either. It takes form in emotional, mental or even financial abuse. An abuser seeks to control their victim by physical harm, isolating them from others, preventing from seeking employment, preventing them from socializing or developing relationships, controlling finances, and using children as pawns. Did you know that 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have been physically abused by an intimate partner? Domestic violence (DV) accounts for 15% of all crime reported to law enforcement. Only 34% of victims injured by their intimate partner received medical care or treatment. 48% of women and 49% of men have experienced psychological abuse by an intimate partner. DV perpetrators who own a gun are 5X more likely to kill their partners. Domestic violence hotlines across the country receive approximately 20,800 crisis calls a day. * Statistics published by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence* Everyone around Domestic Violence is affected. Pets are not excluded. Even if children do not whiteness each act of DV, they know and feel it. 5 million children witness domestic violence each year in the US. Children from homes with violence are much more likely to experience significant psychological problems short- and long-term. Those who grow up with domestic violence are 6 times more likely to commit suicide and 50% more likely to abuse drugs and alcohol. Children of domestic violence are 3 times more likely to repeat the cycle in adulthood, as growing up with domestic violence is the most significant predictor of whether someone will be engaged in domestic violence later in life Here are 10 warning signs that your or someone you know may be in a Domestic Violence Relationship: 1) Seems to have more “accidents” than most people you know. 2) Is frequently late to work or is often sick. 3) Receives harassing phone calls. 4) Is expected to be home at certain times and appears to be fearful of missing that deadline. 5) Has no money to spend as she chooses, even though she works; is expected to turn over his or her paycheck. 6) Has decreased or dropped contact with family or friends. 7) Abuses alcohol or drugs. 8) Is either frequently timid or retiring or aggressive and angry. 9) Frequently disparages his or her own abilities, call themselves names like dumb, stupid, clumsy or worthless. 10) Has number of physical complaints, such as stomach pain, fatigue, migraine or psychological complaints like anxiety or depression If you or someone you know is the victim of Domestic Violence, it is time to #standup and seek help. Everyone deserves to be in a healthy relationship. Asking for help is not easy and gathering the courage to leave a violent situation can be even more challenging. If you or someone you know, is thinking about leaving an abusive relationship, Call 911 and or Seek medical attention if needed. Go to a safe place such as a friend's or family member's house, a hospital, or a hotel. Once you are in a safe place to talk, you can call The Greeley Police Department at 970-350-9600 X4 if you are ready to report. If you are not ready to report but wish to get help and guidance, you can email the Women’s Place at Or -Women’s Place 24/7 Crisis Line 970-356-4226 National Domestic Violence Hotline- 1-800-799-7233 Our victim advocates are available to answer our crisis line 24/7 if you need help, support, resources, or just an understanding person to listen

❄️ Let’s not forget how to drive in the snow!!! ❄️ • Drive Slow • Give yourself enough room between cars • Start stopping well before you need to • Actually, lets just stay home 😉 In all seriousness, enjoy our first snow of the season, be careful and stay warm.

Billie Martinez was a sweet success!!! Thanks to all from the CEO office!! Love our District 6 schools!!

Billie Martinez, here we come!!

This is a great time to dispose of all your old or unwanted medications.

On Saturday, Animal Control responded to a dog that had fallen through a window well cover and was stuck in the window well. The citizen who called didn’t know who the dog belonged to, but he very kindly let us ruin his window screen so we could remove the dog. We are thankful for having citizens who work with us to help animals in need, and as you can see, so was Huey! We did find his extremely worried mom and he got home safely with no injuries 🙂

Here is a good reminder coming from our friends at the Colorado State Patrol. #donttextanddrive #itsdangerous

Thank you Winograd K-8 for hosting its 16th annual "Heroes and Helpers Luncheon". We enjoyed the kids and the lunch!! Here is Officer Walsh being mobbed by the students. Hopefully they had as much fun as we did!

We got a nice shout out from the Broncos!

Officer Douglas responded to a burglary scene and was surprised by a curious cat who had jumped up on his shoulders. Officer Douglas continued his investigation with the curious cat perched atop his shoulders. Officer Douglas finished his report and told his training officer that he was able to rule this out as a “Cat Burglary.” 🐈 👮‍♀️🐱

Popsicles with Police was a HUGE success! Special thanks to the City of Greeley CEO office and to Bella Romero K-3 Campus for hosting us!! These kids are so awesome!!🤣🤣😋😜 #popsicleswithpolice

The Bella Romero K-3 campus kiddos are in for a BIG surprise today! Hope they enjoy it! #popsicleswithpolice😃😋

Pondering 🤔 some serious thoughts. This squirrel loved Officer Reid. #lifeofasquirrel #lincolnparkgreeley

Today Monfort Elementary had a 🚓🚔 police car pull for their field day. Look how awesome these kids are.! 💪🏻🚓

Officer Brauch was dispatched to a three week old infant who was choking. The infant was not breathing and had started to become very pale in color. Once Officer Brauch arrived he picked the infant up, rolled her onto her stomach and began giving her some back blows which ultimately dislodged the fluid she was choking on. Once the fluid was dislodged the infant began to breathe again. Great work Officer Brauch, you make us proud.!

Johnstown Police Department and Officer Thomas’s family are in our thoughts during this tragic time.

Lots of cool things to see and do at the Day for Kids at Boys & Girls Club at 1st Ave and 24th Street! Happening today from 10:00 til 2:00! Stop by for some fun for the whole family!

The Greeley Police Department would like to congratulate JoAnn Castle for her 47 years of service. JoAnn started in 1970 and had a variety of assignments through the years, but mostly known for her expertise managing the payroll system. Congratulation on your retirement JoAnn. You will be missed. Enjoy!

Traffic Tip Thursday 👮🏻‍♂️🚓🚔🚑🚒 Upon the immediate approach of an authorized emergency vehicle making use of audible and visual signals. A police vehicle properly and lawfully making use of an audible signal or red flashing lights, the driver of every other vehicle shall yield the right-of-way and shall immediately drive to a position parallel to, and as close as possible to, the right-hand edge or curb of the roadway clear of any intersection and shall stop and remain in such position until the authorized emergency vehicle has passed, except when otherwise directed by a police officer. State law requires drivers approaching and traveling in the same direction as a stationary authorized emergency vehicle, including a tow truck, displaying flashing lights, to change to a non-adjacent lane if safe to do so, or to slow to no more than 15 mph on a non-divided highway or 25 mph on a divided highway.

This last Sunday Officer Green and Officer Dice got to play in a flag football game at half time during the Broncos game. Such an awesome experience for both these guys.! Here are a few snap shots from the game!

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