Brighton Police Department

  • Agency: Brighton Police Department
  • Address: 3401 E Bromley Lane, Brighton, 80601 CO
  • Chief: Clint Blackhurst (Chief of Police)

Brighton Police Department is located at 3401 E Bromley Lane, Brighton, 80601 CO. The Chief of Police of the department is Clint Blackhurst. The Brighton Police Department phone number is 303-655-2300.

Brighton Police Department News

We are having a great time at Trunk-o-treat! Look at all these awesome costumes! #halloween#trunkortreat #BrightonPD #community #brightonfire

We are having a great time at Trunk-o-treat! Look at all these awesome costumes! #halloween#trunkortreat #BrightonPD #community #brightonfire Brighton Fire Rescue

WE NEED YOUR HELP!!! If you recognize these individuals or this truck please send us a message, email us at or call our tip line at (303) 655- 8740. Thanks in advance for your help!

Please be careful

Brighton Animal Shelter entrance blocked The Utilities Department is conducting a project that blocks the Brighton Animal Shelter entrance, located at 325 North Kuner Road, Brighton, CO 80601. The construction is ongoing and the driveway will continue to be closed until further notice. Some of the animal control and shelter services will be limited during this time, including loose dogs and critters found by citizens. These animals will only be picked while animal control is on duty. Normal animal control hours are 7 a.m. – 5 p.m., seven days week. During the construction, residents need to call an animal control officer to be escorted to the shelter. Residents should call the non-emergency ADCOM (The Adams County Communications Center, Inc.) dispatch at 303-288-1535 to request entrance. Directional signs will also be visible by the shelter during construction. For questions, please call Utility Staff Engineer Matthew Amidei at 303-655-2183 or Brighton Animal Control at 303-655-2091.

The suspicious package has been deemed safe. Shelter in place has been lifted and roads have been re-opened. Thank you for your understanding!

We have a suspicious package in the parking lot of the Anythink Library. The library and the Armory are shelter in place. Please stay away from this area while police investigate. Strong street is closed between 4th Ave. and the railroad tracks. We will update you when we have more information.

Thanks to the 1st graders at Harvest Fellowship for the awesome Thank-You cards! We appreciate them!

Remember to lock up your valuables!

Thanks for allowing us to participate! We had a great time walking to school with the kiddos today!

Citizens' Police Academy for 2017 has begun! We are four classes in and about half done. We wanted to share some of the fun and education we have been enjoying.

Be sure to stop by to checkout our police cars! See you soon!

On September 16, 2017, Brighton Police Department was dispatched to 540 E. Bridge Street, reference graffiti on the business signage. After investigating the incident, it was concluded this was an isolated incident and was possibly related to the re-release of the Stephen King Movie β€˜IT’. There is absolutely no reason to believe that the businesses referenced on the damaged sign were or are involved in any type of abuse to children. Quite the opposite, actually, they are upstanding, reputable businesses in the City of Brighton and were actually the original reporting party to the incident. A neighborhood canvas was done and no similar damage or red balloons were found. ;) The Brighton Police Department takes the safety of our citizens very seriously and hope this post will help alleviate the fears that seemed to come with this incident.

While we know life is busy, please take a moment to meet our friend, the stop sign.


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Broncos are winning! Make sure you win tonight by getting a designated driver. In addition to the normal staffing, we have DUI grant officers looking for intoxicated drivers after all of the Bronco games this season. Please help keep the roads safe!

We are proud to have Brighton's Emergency Management Coordinator Stephanie Hackett joining other emergency management professionals from across the state in their deployment to Florida. The teams will provide emergency operations center support to counties throughout the state of Florida as part of an Emergency Management Assistance Compact request for Hurricane Irma. Stay safe, Florida!