Evans Police Department

  • Agency: Evans Police Department
  • Address: 1100 37th St, Evans, 80620 CO
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Evans Police Department is located at 1100 37th St, Evans, 80620 CO. The Evans Police Department phone number is 970-339-2441.

Evans Police Department News

We are here for you 24/7. Did you know we have a non-emergency number if you need to report suspicious behavior or have a concern? We'd rather you call us over "nothing" than miss calling over "something". We've got your back. Non-emergency calls for service are taken Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm at (970) 339-2441. Non-emergency calls after hours are taken at (970) 356-1212 option 4.

Donating blood for Children's Hospital, Detective Stone and Officer Croissant STILL smile! Thanks guys for literally giving of yourself!

Today Evans officers participated along with other Weld County law enforcement agencies in the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run - Special Olympics’ largest grass-roots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle. Law enforcement (the Guardians of the Flame) will carry the “Flame of Hope” which symbolizes unity and inclusiveness. The run began in Frederick at 4:00 am. Greeley Police officers passed the torch to Evans officers who in turn passed the torch to UNC/Garden City officers. Thanks to all who supported this effort!

As Memorial Day kicks off the summer season, please celebrate safely. Have a great weekend Evans!

Who had more fun at field day - the Officers or the kids?

With temperatures getting high, remember our furry friends. Don't leave them in the car, or outside without shade and water. They rely on us to think about their needs!

The temporary lockdown has been lifted.

Union Colony Elementary School is on temporary lock down due to increased police activity in the neighborhood. Using an abundance of caution, additional officers are in the area of the school. Everyone at the school is SAFE. As soon as we are able to lift the lock down, we will inform the public.

This little pup was taken into custody for being too cute! Thanks Officer Jessmer for caring for our furry friend.

Saturday's Drug Take Back and Shred Event was a great success! 368 pounds of drugs were collected - shown here in eleven garbage bags. And 3,244 pounds of documents were shredded. Thanks Officers for all your hard work!

It looks like it will be a beautiful day for our Drug Take Back and shred event. Saturday 10 am - 2 pm at the Sam's Club Parking lot.

Ever lock yourself out of your car? It's awful until Officer McDaniel saves the day!

This Saturday, Sam's Club Parking Lot, 10 am - 2 pm. Drop off your unused and expired prescription medications for safe disposal. Express Shredding will be on site for free shredding of sensitive documents too. It's a safety thing - be there!

A friendly reminder - locking your car and making sure your valuables are out of sight are EASY ways to prevent theft. Don't be an easy target - lock up!

Thanks Weld County Victim Advocates for all you do to support our community!

The Office for Victims of Crime has named April 8-14 as National Crime Victims' Rights Week. Evans and Greeley has 3 paid Victim Advocates and 25 Volunteer Victim Advocates to support victims of crime in Weld County. Thank you for all you do!!!

Colorado children are our most precious resource, and April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The state of Colorado is focused on ensuring we build healthy kids and strong families by shining a bright light on the issue of child abuse and neglect. Please call the toll free hotline 1-844-CO-4-KIDS to report abuse or neglect and visit www.co4kids.org for more information. TO FILE REPORT OF ABUSE OR NEGLECT: Weld County Child Protection Hotline 1-844-CO-4-KIDS (1-844-264-5437)

Prescription Drug Take Back and Shred Day is coming to Evans April 28

This morning at approximately 10:30 am Evans police assisted an outside agency in serving an arrest warrant in the vicinity of Glendale Drive and 31st Street. The operation required the use of a tactical team, which was briefly deployed in the area. The suspect surrendered without incident. As a precautionary measure due to the proximity of the operation, EPD requested temporary lock down of Union Colony Elementary School. The lock down was lifted within 20 minutes. The suspect is in the custody of the outside agency.

Officer Pacheco sure had these young ones attention at Riverside Library Reading time!

Did you know? The public spaces outside the Police Department (parking lot and lobby areas) are designated E-Commerce Safe Zones during business hours M-F where you can conduct legal transactions initiated online (Craig's List, etc.) Staff aren't involved in any way, but it sure feels good to know they are nearby if needed!

Kids at Riverside Library weren't the only ones to have fun over Spring Break! Community Service Technician Thomasson looks pretty happy to be hanging out with the kiddos.

If you celebrate, DESIGNATE - Happy St. Patrick's Day.

Thirsty PD Officers and our Chief of Police "shopped local" at this neighborhood lemonade stand this afternoon. Thanks girls and best of luck with your business!

Assistance comes in many forms. Two Centennial Elementary School children showed up for school, not knowing it was Spring Break week. They sat outside the school until a janitor saw them and called the PD for assistance. The French speaking children couldn't communicate until our Officer brought them to a French speaking staff member at the Community Complex. All was sorted out and the children were reunited with their mom. Merci beaucoup Officer Croissant and the City's Anne!