Golden Police Department

  • Agency: Golden Police Department
  • Address: 911 10th St, Golden, 80401 CO
  • Chief: William C Kilpatrick (Chief of Police)

Golden Police Department is located at 911 10th St, Golden, 80401 CO. The Chief of Police of the department is William C Kilpatrick. The Golden Police Department phone number is 303-384-8045.

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Golden Safety Academy starts January 8, 2018!

Golden Safety Academy starts January 8, 2018!

We would like to share a photo of a stunningly beautiful sunrise captured by one of our officers recently.

Golden Safety Academy starts January 8, 2018! https://www.cityofgolden.net/city-services/golden-safety-academy/

Golden Safety Academy starts January 8, 2018!

City of Golden Weekly Digest - January 2, 2018

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On 12/03/17 at approximately 6:30 P.M., an unidentified male entered Golden High School and stole several thousand dollars of music equipment. If you have any information on this crime, please contact Officer Jamie Guess at 303-215-8873

Today members of the Golden Police Department, including Chief Kilpatrick and several of our police Chaplains, went Christmas gift shopping for Golden families and seniors we adopted this holiday season.

UPDATE - CLOTHING DESCRIPTION This is an update on the clothing description for Mr. Mitchell. Mr. Mitchell was last seen wearing a solid black short sleeved shirt, blue fleece vest, khaki cargo pants and black athletic style shoes with Velcro closures. It was originally reported Mr. Mitchell was wearing a red plaid short sleeved shirt. Through our ongoing investigation and interviews with family and friends, it was learned Mr. Mitchell was wearing a black short sleeved shirt; not a red plaid short sleeved shirt.

UPDATE - Elderly Man - Missing and Possibly Endangered Golden, Colo. — Dec. 15, 2017 — Around 9:00 a.m., the Golden Police Department, with assistance from the Golden, Fairmont and Pleasant View Fire Departments and Alpine Search and Rescue conducted a highly coordinated, extensive and meticulous search for 87 year old James Mitchell. The search area encompassed several miles of paths and trails, rugged hillsides and residential areas, which unfortunately did not result in locating Mr. Mitchell. The investigation into Mr. Mitchell’s disappearance continues. The Golden Police Department is asking for the public’s help. If you saw something or know something, please call us. We are asking the media to air and publish Mr. Mitchell’s photographs and story. James Mitchell is 5’10” and weighs 180 pounds. He has blue eyes and thinning gray hair. He was last seen wearing a blue fleece vest, red plaid short-sleeved shirt, khaki cargo pants and black athletic shoes with Velcro closures. Mr. Mitchell possibly suffers from dementia and does not have any identification or a cell phone with him. The Golden Police Department would like to thank the Golden, Fairmont and Pleasant View Fire Departments, Alpine Search and Rescue, members of the public and the family and friends of Mr. Mitchell who came out to help in the various searches that have occurred over the past two days. This is an active and ongoing investigation. Anyone with information is asked to call the Golden Police Department at 303-384-8045.

The Golden Police and Fire Departments are resuming their search this morning for a missing 87 year old, James Mitchell, who went missing in the early hours of December 14th. Crews searched all day yesterday, and continue to search today. Alpine Search and Rescue assisted in the search overnight. At this time they are not asking the public for volunteers to assist in the search, but will communicate if that need arises. Police ask that you look in your backyard, sheds, or outbuildings for signs of Mr. Mitchell. Contact Golden Police Dispatch at 303-384-8045 if you see anything.

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NOTICE TO ALL GOLDEN RESIDENTS: Police ask that Golden residents check their back yards for James Mitchell, the elderly man who is missing and possibly has dimentia. If you have any reason to believe he is at your home, or made his way through there, contact police at 303-384-8045. Professional search crews will mobilize in the morning to begin searching again. At this time, we do not need the public's assistance in the search, but if that changes we will let you know. Elderly Man - Missing and Possibly Endangered For Immediate Release: Golden, Colorado, Dec. 14, 2017 Around 8:10 a.m., railroad workers at the depot in Golden just off of 10th Street near Coors, notified Golden Police a pickup truck crashed into one of the railcars sometime during the night. The truck was abandoned on scene with no sign of the driver. Blood was found inside the truck cab. Golden officers responded to the scene, and obtained information on the owner who lives in Arvada. The officers also found several phone numbers inside the truck. They called the phone number for the owner, but no one answered. Arvada Police Department was asked to send an officer to the owner’s house and attempt contact, but they did not get an answer at the door. After trying several other phone numbers, a GPD investigator was able to speak with the vehicle owner’s son who confirmed his father was missing. The missing person is 87 year-old James Mitchell. He is 5’10” and weighs 180 pounds. He has blue eyes and thinning gray hair. He was last seen wearing a blue fleece vest, red plaid short-sleeved shirt, khaki cargo pants and black athletic shoes with Velcro closures. Mr. Mitchell possibly suffers from dementia and does not have any identification or a cell phone with him. This is an active and ongoing investigation. Anyone with information is asked to call the Golden Police Department at 303-384-8045.

Elderly Man - Missing and Possibly Endangered For Immediate Release: Golden, Colorado, Dec. 14, 2017 Around 8:10 a.m., railroad workers at the depot in Golden notified Golden Police a pickup truck crashed into one of the railcars sometime during the night. The truck was abandoned on scene with no sign of the driver. Blood was found inside the truck cab. Golden officers responded to the scene, and obtained information on the owner who lives in Arvada. The officers also found several phone numbers inside the truck. They called the phone number for the owner, but no one answered. Arvada Police Department was asked to send an officer to the owner’s house and attempt contact, but they did not get an answer at the door. After trying several other phone numbers, a GPD investigator was able to speak with the vehicle owner’s son who confirmed his father was missing. The missing person is 87 year-old James Mitchell. He is 5’10” and weighs 180 pounds. He has blue eyes and thinning gray hair. He was last seen wearing a blue fleece vest, red plaid short-sleeved shirt, khaki cargo pants and black athletic shoes with Velcro closures. Mr. Mitchell possibly suffers from dementia and does not have any identification or a cell phone with him. This is an active and ongoing investigation. Anyone with information is asked to call the Golden Police Department at 303-384-8045.

The Golden Police Department Ho, Ho, Hosts Pictures With Santa!

The Golden Police Department Ho, Ho, Hosts Pictures With Santa!

Golden Weekly Digest - November 28, 2017

CodeRED Emergency Notification Testing December 4. Jefferson and Broomfield Counties emergency services agencies, including law enforcement, fire and EMS, will test their emergency notification system “CodeRED” on Monday, December 4. Starting at 9 a.m., the CodeRED emergency notification system will begin making test notifications on all landlines, as well as registered cell phones and emails. This process is expected to take several hours due to the large number of notifications. The CodeRED system is used by emergency services agencies in Jefferson and Broomfield counties to help disseminate information regarding critical incidents. In addition to Jefferson and Broomfield counties, there will be portions of Adams and Clear Creek Counties included in the CodeRED notification. Landlines are automatically included in CodeRED notifications, but residents and businesses are encouraged to visit the CodeRED registration web site at your911.net to add additional contact information, including additional cell phone numbers, SMS (text) and email address preferences. Residents may also elect to receive severe weather notifications. CodeRED SMS and text messages and Weather Warning messages will be coming from a different short code number: 76993, you can program this number into your device. Registration is especially important for those addresses without a landline, as individuals must register if they want to receive emergency notifications. Residents wanting more information about the test notification process or with questions should contact their participating emergency service agency.

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