Erie Police Department

  • Agency: Erie Police Department
  • Address: 1000 Telleen Ave, Erie, 80516 CO
  • Chief: John N Hall (Chief of Police)
Phone: 303-926-2800
Fax: 303-926-2805

Erie Police Department is located at 1000 Telleen Ave, Erie, 80516 CO. The Chief of Police of the department is John N Hall. The Erie Police Department phone number is 303-926-2800.

Erie Police Department News

🚴‍♂️🚴‍♀️Riding a bike is a healthy and fun option for experiencing and exploring Colorado. Bicycling is also a great transportation choice for getting to and from work, running errands, and going to school. We want to be sure Erie residents know the rules of the road and are respectful of all road users. Remember that laws are designed to improve the safety of everyone who uses the roadways. Read More:

The Boulder County Sheriff's Office is looking to hire 911 Dispatchers. Are you interested or know someone who is? See all the information below ⤵️. Deadline to apply is October 15th.

Yesterday, the Town of Erie Police Department swore in 2 new officers and promoted 3 others. Please give a warm welcome to Officer Ohnstad and Officer Newman and give a big congratulations to Sergeant Gordanier, Corporal Beggan and Detective Brodbeck! 👮‍♀️👮🚔🇺🇸

🚨CRIME PREVENTION ALERT! 🚨 This past week the Town of Erie Police Department​ has received reports of 11 vehicle trespasses. In each vehicle trespass case, the vehicle doors were unlocked. We want to remind everyone to keep your car doors locked and park your vehicle in well-lit areas. 🔒🔒🔒 Read More:

September is National Preparedness Month. The Erie Police Department wants to encourage residents to be prepared on how to respond during an emergency. There are a few spots left in Erie's Emergency Preparedness Class that is this Saturday. Click here for more information on how to sign-up:

We're back with more introductions! This time we have interviewed two of our newest officers. Next time you see us out in the community – be sure to say “hi” to our officers. We are only strangers once. It is an honor to serve you and the entire Erie community. Thank you!

The Town of Erie Police Department wants to take a minute and remind kids, parents and motorists to be careful as the new school year begins. There are several things to keep in mind: ✳️Parents of younger children – talk with your children and remind them they need to always cross at crosswalks and never run between parked cars into the street. ✳️When using crosswalks, make sure the child crosses with the walk sign and/or when traffic is clear in both directions. ✳️Motorists – drive cautiously and remember to drive at/or under the posted speed limit. The Erie Police Department will be strictly enforcing the speed limit, especially in school zones. ✳️Motorists are also cautioned to pay attention to their surroundings. Do not text and drive – it is illegal. Distracted driving is dangerous, especially when combined with kids heading to/from school. We hope everyone has a great start to the new school year and stays safe. As always, please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

Excuse me, sir? Do your feet touch the pedals? Thanks to Sergeant Vesco for stopping by to visit Jaze this morning. Jaze is a huge fan of Police Officers and we think he’s definitely cut out for a career in law enforcement. 👮‍♂️🚓

The Town of Erie Police Department received care packages from Operation Gratitude today! We would like to thank everyone at Operation Gratitude for the work they have committed to. They are on a mission to lift the spirits and meet the evolving needs of the Military and First Responder communities, and provide volunteer opportunities for civilians anywhere in America to express their appreciation to all who serve our nation. The Erie Police Department is reminded daily with friendly gestures like this of how fortunate we are to police a caring and generous community! 🚓👮‍♂️💙

The Town of Erie Police Department would like to invite everyone to join us on Sunday, August 13th at Lazy Dog Erie for a fundraiser for Special Olympics Colorado. Together with Special Olympics Colorado athletes, Erie Police Officers will be working to earn your tips at Lazy Dog in Erie. All donations will benefit Special Olympics Colorado athletes.

The Town of Erie Police Department would like to inform residents of some of the common scams they have seen this summer in hopes to raise awareness. ➡️XCEL SCAM: This scam includes a phone call from someone claiming to work for Xcel Energy threatening to turn off electricity or natural gas services if they are not paid immediately over the phone. ➡️OVERPAYMENT SCAM: This scam occurs when a check is sent to pay for an item the victim is selling but the payment is much more than the cost of the item. ➡️PRIZE WINNING SCAM: This scam involves the victim receiving a check for “prize winnings”. The victim is then directed to send some money to the sender to pay for taxes. The check is later discovered to be fraudulent in these cases. ✳️REMINDERS: If you are unsure if you are being scammed, do not provide any identifying information over the phone. Most legitimate businesses will not ask for this information by unsolicited telephone calls. If you believe you may be the victim of a scam, please call the Erie Police Department to file a report at 303-441-4444. Read more information and resources related to common scams here:

Next Tuesday, August 1st, the Town of Erie Police Department invites neighborhoods throughout Erie to join forces with thousands of communities nationwide to help celebrate National Night Out. National Night Out is designed to: ✅Have citizens become more aware of the importance in crime prevention programs and what impact citizens’ participation can have on reducing crime, drugs, and violence within the community. ✅Strengthen neighborhoods and police-community partnerships by sending a message to criminals that Erie’s neighborhoods are organized in their efforts to prevent crime. The Erie Police Department would like to thank King Soopers​, Walgreens​ and Safeway​ for their donations and support of Erie’s National Night Out event.

Officer Parker stopped by a lemonade stand in Arapahoe Ridge today. Thanks to the neighborhood kids for the cold cup of lemonade and cookies. 🍋🍪 The Erie Police Department hopes everyone is having a fun and safe weekend! ☀️

Early this morning the Town of Erie Police Department arrested a male and female suspect after they were found entering an unlocked car in Vista Ridge. The suspects were found to be in possession of several credit cards, gift cards and other items of value. Both suspects have been charged with Criminal Trespass and Theft. It is possible that there are more victims of these particular suspects in the area and surrounding neighborhoods. If you believe you may have been a victim of this type of crime recently please contact the Erie Police Department at 303-926-2800 and ask to speak with an officer. The Town of Erie Police Department would like to remind all residents to not to leave valuables in your car at any time and always lock your vehicle if it is parked unattended.

Highway 52 has reopened to traffic between County Line Road and Weld County Road 3. The crash that occurred this morning is still being investigated by the Erie Police Department. There is no additional information regarding the crash at this time.

Highway 52 is closed between County Line Road and Weld County Road 3 while the Erie Police Department investigates a traffic accident which occurred at approximately 8:00 a.m. this morning. There is no additional information at this time. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.

We are excited to announce we will be participating in OPERATION CHILL again this summer! Our officers will be on the lookout for youngsters doing good deeds or exhibiting positive behavior and “ticket” them with a coupon for a FREE small Slurpee from 7-Eleven. The Town of Erie Police Department hopes everyone can “chill out” and enjoy the summer!

We would like to remind Erie Residents about the the municipal ordinance regarding golf cars. Click below to for the highlights of the code. We hope everyone is having a great start to their summer! ☀ 🚓 👮

With school out for the summer, we would like to remind residents of the local curfew ordinance: It is unlawful for anyone under the age of 18 years old to be outside on any street, alley, park, playground, schoolyard, or other public area between 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m., Sunday through Thursday. For Friday and Saturday, the hours are between midnight and 5:00 a.m. Continue reading for more information and exemptions to the ordinance.

Here are a few warm weather crime prevention tips. All of us here at the Town of Erie Police Department hope everyone has a safe and fun summer ☀️🚓👮

Erie Police Department Report on Death Investigation The Boulder County Coroner’s Office completed the autopsies into the deaths of Elizabeth “Stacy” Farrar, Ian C. Farrar and John “JP” Farrar late this afternoon. The Coroner will report on the cause and manner of death after toxicology results are complete. Background: Erie Police Officers had responded on Saturday morning, May 20, 2017, to the 1900 block of Gordon Drive on report of a possible deceased person. Officers arrived and found three deceased individuals. This case remains under investigation. Erie Police want to remind the public this is an isolated incident and the general public is not at risk. No further information is available until a ruling has been made by the Boulder County Coroner’s Office.

Calling all liquor licensee owners and employees! Join us for a seller/server training session on Sunday, March 19th, 2017 from 10am - 12pm at the Erie Police Department. See below for more information!

Thank you to Erie's Active Adults and Girl Scout Troop 70076 for helping us celebrate Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. We are reminded daily with friendly gestures like this of how fortunate we are to police a caring and generous community. Thank you Erie!

Sean is a big fan of the police. How big? Well let’s put it this way: How many 5 year olds do you know that received their very own police car for Christmas? When Sean and his family moved to his new home in Erie recently – he wanted to make sure the Town of Erie Police Department knew right where he was. So several of our officers stopped by to visit Sean, exchange “fist bumps,” admire his car and welcome him to his new neighborhood. Thanks for your support Sean!

Thank you to the three families who stopped by the Erie Police Department today for “Back the Blue” day. They dropped off care packages for each Police Officer and cupcakes for all to enjoy. We appreciate you all stopping by! Once again, these friendly gestures remind us of how fortunate we are to police a caring and generous community. #webackblue #eriecolorado