Loveland Police Department

  • Agency: Loveland Police Department
  • Address: 810 E. 10th Street, Loveland, 80537 CO
  • Chief: Luke Hecker (Chief of Police)
Phone: (970) 667-2151
Fax: (970) 962-2916

Loveland Police Department is located at 810 E. 10th Street, Loveland, 80537 CO. The Chief of Police of the department is Luke Hecker. The Loveland Police Department phone number is (970) 667-2151.

Loveland Police Department News

**Update** The puppy was recovered last night and returned to the owner. On 1/12/18 at 4:25 AM two unknown males burglarized the Town and Country Pets store at 130 S. Lincoln Ave. They stole a Pomeranian Puppy. If you have any information regarding this incident please contact Officer Kooch at 970-962-2502 extension 1180. Thank you for your assistance.

UPDATE: The female pictured here has been identified, thank you for your assistance. The Loveland Police Department is asking for assistance in identifying the female pictured here. She is a person of interest in a theft that happened 01/10/18 between 1150am and 1208pm. She left in a silver Nissan Pathfinder. If you have any information about the identity of this female please contact Officer Luis Castellanos at 970-962-2256. Thank you for your help.

The Loveland Police Department would like help identifying this individual who was last seen at the Kum and Go located at 115 Knobcone on 1/9/2018. If you have any information please email Officer Heidi Koehler at heidi.koehler@cityofloveland.org.

Have you seen this Truck and Caterpillar Skid steer loader? The Skid Steer was taken by this vehicle and we need your help with information on this pretty descriptive truck. If you have any information please contact Officer Jay Smith at jay.smith@cityofloveland.org or 970-667-2151.

On 12/15/17 at 1644 the Great Western Bank, at 3800 E. 15th Street was robbed when a white male approximately 50-60 years old walked into the bank, and passed a note demanding money. He then showed her a silver over black semi-automatic pistol. The teller complied and handed him an undisclosed amount of cash. The male walked away in an unknown direction of travel. If you have any information regarding the identity of this man, please call Detective Lintz on our tip line 970-962-2032. Thank you for your assistance. Case # 17-10769.

Can you identify? The Loveland Police Department is asking the community for assistance in identifying the male shown in the video here. In June of this year, he trespassed on private property and attempted to gain entry into a home. If you have any information about this suspect please contact Officer C. Brown at 970-962-2502 ext. 1143. Thank you for your help.

UPDATE: The female has been identified, thank you for your assistance. The Loveland Police Department is looking for your assistance identifying the pictured female who is suspected in an identity theft/fraud case. A better quality photo was obtained. If you have any information as to her identity please call Officer Baldwin at 970-962-2502 ext. 1204. Thank you for your help.

Loveland Police Honor Guard presented colors at the Colorado Avalanche game on 12-05-17.

Howdy Loveland! Below you will see the toy drop off locations that we have so far in Loveland for Santa Cops of Larimer County. Please keep in mind Santa Cops will only accept new unopened items. At the bottom of the drop off location list there are some gift ideas. Thank you for supporting Santa Cops.🎅

We are asking for help identifying the people pictured in regards to theft. Please contact Officer Doug Savage if you have any information on them. Thanks!

This holiday season we see an increase in package thefts from resident’s porches. Thieves also know as "porch pirates" will steal packages from front porches, mostly during the day while residents are away. The thieves will even follow USPS, UPS, and FEDEX vehicles around neighborhoods waiting for them to make the delivery. To help our residents secure their holiday shipments we have provided Ten Ways to Protect your packages from the United States Postal Service. Some of the ways are also available from UPS and FEDEX. If you notice an unfamiliar vehicle following a delivery truck or persons loitering around mailboxes, please call the police. PROTECT MAIL AND PACKAGES Ten Ways to Protect 1. Avoid sending cash by mail. Checks and money orders are safer than cash and may be cancelled or reissued in the event of theft. 2. Don’t leave delivered mail and packages unattended. Just as wallets and purses shouldn’t be left on the front seat of an unlocked car overnight, mail and packages shouldn’t be left uncollected in mailboxes or on front porches for any length of time. 3. Consider an alternate shipping address. Customers can arrange to have packages delivered to neighbors who are home during the day or get packages delivered at work, if permitted. 4. Change the package’s address — while it’s in transit! Customers who know they won’t be home when their package is delivered can try USPS Package Intercept. Prior to delivery, most domestic package shipments can be redirected back to the sender, to a new address or to the Post Office to be held for pickup. 5. Customize the delivery. If the package doesn’t fit in the mailbox and the customer won’t be home to receive it, the customer can provide delivery instructions online and authorize the carrier to leave it in a specified location. Visit usps.com, enter the tracking number and select Delivery Instructions. Customers can also request their packages be left with a neighbor or held at a Post Office for pickup. 6. Plan ahead. Ship using Hold for Pickup. When shipping packages, customers can choose the Hold for Pickup option and the recipients can collect the packages at their local Post Office. For customers receiving packages, they can redirect incoming packages to their local Post Office by selecting Hold for Pickup using USPS Package Intercept. 7. Going out of town? Hold mail at the local Post Office. Instead of risking leaving a package unattended for an extended period of time, customers planning on being away from home for a few days are encouraged to take advantage of the Request Hold Mail service. Letters and packages will be held securely at the local Post Office until the customers return. 8. Secure the shipment using USPS Signature Services. Signature Services help ensure the package ends up in the right hands by requiring a signature at the time of delivery. 9. Choose the most secure form of delivery. For the most valuable packages, customers can opt for Registered Mail service. Registered Mail receives special handling from the time it’s mailed until it’s delivered, documenting the chain of custody. 10. PO Boxes might be the answer. Customers concerned about the security of their mail can consider renting a Post Office Box at their local Post Office. The mail remains secure within the Post Office, accessible only when using the right key or combination. Many Post Office lobbies are open 24/7, allowing customers to retrieve mail on their schedule.

We are reaching out to the community for help identifying the male pictured here in regards to an identity theft investigation involving multiple locations. Please contact Officer Stephens if you have any information regarding the identity of this man. Thank you for your assistance.

UPDATE: The female has been identified, thank you for your assistance. The Loveland Police Department is looking for your assistance identifying the pictured female who is suspected in an identity theft/fraud case. If you have any information as to her identity please call Officer Baldwin at 970-962-2502 ext. 1204. Thank you for your help.

Can you Identify? The Loveland Police Department is looking for the public's assistance in identifying the male pictured here. This is in relation to a shoplifing case. Please contact Officer Schnorr at 970-962-2502 ext 1209 with any info you have. Thank you for your assistance.

Have a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving Eve is one of the deadliest drinking days of the year. Make it to the table. Don't Drink and Drive.

We are reaching out to the community for help identifying the male in this photo. He is wanted for theft. Please contact Officer Brett Janzen if you know who he is. Thank you!

**UPDATE** Both suspects have been identified. Thank you!! We are reaching out to the community for help identifying the male and female in the below photograph in regards to a theft / robbery Wal-Mart, 1325 N. Denver Ave. The female sprayed an employee with pepper spray before fleeing the store in a white sedan. Please contact Officer Evan Dunlap (970-667-2151) if you have any information regarding the identity of the people pictured here. Thank you for your assistance.

UPDATE: The woman has been identified, thank you for your assistance! The Loveland Police Department is looking for help from the public in identifying the woman pictured here. Please contact Officer Osilka at 970-962-2502 ext 1173 if you have any information. This case involves shoplifting on November 18th at 1125 am.

Congratulations to Community Service Officer Melissa Pack who was sworn in today as a Corporal! Corporal Pack will supervise four Community Service Officers and be mentored by Sgt. Steve Colburn. This is a new position was created by Chief Ticer to be a leader for CSOs and address community concerns including parking, prisoner transports, non-injury accidents and some code enforcement issues. Congrats Melissa!

Please join us in congratulating our 2017 Citizens Academy Class. They dedicated 3 hours a week for 10 weeks to learn about the Loveland Police Department. A fine group of ambassadors for the Loveland Police Department!

Such a handsome group!