Federal Heights Police Department

  • Agency: Federal Heights Police Department
  • Address: 2380 W 90th Ave, Federal Heights, 80221 CO
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Federal Heights Police Department is located at 2380 W 90th Ave, Federal Heights, 80221 CO. The Federal Heights Police Department phone number is 303-428-8538.

Federal Heights Police Department News

Vehicles are stolen EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. However, you are smart! STAY WITH YOUR VEHICLE WHEN IT IS RUNNING. LOCK your car. ROLL UP your windows. TAKE your keys and valuables inside. YOU ARE SMART. YOU ARE NOT A VICTIM.

Can you identify these suspects who attempted a home invasion last night in Federal Heights? If you know anything about this attempt or recognize anyone in this photo, please contact the Federal Heights Police Department, 303-428-8833. Please share this post.

Code Enforcement Officer Joe is here to help load your tree or bushes into your car! Federal Heights residents: There’s still time to get your FREE tree or 2 bushes. We’ll be here until 12 noon at Hilltop Gardens, 9660 N. Federal Blvd.

🚨⚠️ The City of Federal Heights 911 dispatch center has enabled Text To 911 and now has the the ability to receive 911 calls via text message from your cell phone. A voice call is still the preferred method and you should only text if you are in a situation where it is not “safe” for you to call, or you cannot call for some other reason. Examples of when to text include: A caller is deaf or unable to speak due to a medical emergency; An emergency situation where silence is critical to the caller’s safety (examples include: a home invasion, domestic violence etc...); Making a verbal phone call to the Police may escalate an already tense situation; or any other situation where you are unable to talk and texting is the best way to communicate. If a text to 911 is made, it should be simple and to the point with no abbreviations. Dispatchers will not automatically receive the text location so it is critical to include an accurate location or address in the text message as well as what kind of assistance is required. This will enable our Dispatchers to get the appropriate units enroute as quickly as possible. Voice calls to 911 continue to be the most efficient way to reach emergency help. During voice calls, the Dispatcher is able to quickly ask questions and obtain information from the caller, while two-way communications by text can take more time both in typing the message and responding to a message. Please remember while Federal Heights Dispatch can accept text messages, not all not Dispatch centers can.

A ceremony was held this morning to remember the 2,977 people we lost in the 9/11 attacks, of which 61 were police officers. On the 17th anniversary of these devastating attacks, we will always remember and we will always appreciate the first responders who keep us safe everyday.

Police Sergeant Frank Turek (#19) and Volunteer Firefighter Riley Hall (#12) recently participated in the 2018 Colorado Police and Fire Games in Colorado Springs. They played with the Los Angeles PD team. Sgt. Turek, who’s played in the games for 25 years, played infield and FF Hall played outfield. Good job, guys!

These suspects attempted a burglary this morning at B-Good Dispensary, 8860 Federal Boulevard. If you know anything about this attempt or recognize anyone in this photo, please contact the Federal Heights Police Department, 303-428-8833. Please share this post.

Can you identify these suspects who committed an armed robbery this morning at Green Sativa, 8411 Pecos Street? They got away in a grey BMW station wagon. Please contact the Federal Heights Police Department at 303-428-8833 if you have any information. And, please share this post.

Sgt. Valandra enjoyed talking with some children and their parents from the Netherlands about their travels in the U.S.A. They were visiting the best water park around: Water World !

Thanks to Holiday Hills Village for hosting a National Night Out event. Councilman Kevin Dougherty read a City proclamation for the event. Thanks to Sgt. Lininger for putting it all together.

Thanks to Legacy Heights Apartments for hosting a National Night Out event. Mayor Daniel Dick read a City proclamation for the event. Thanks to Sgt. Lininger for putting it all together.

Thanks to Luis and his staff at Tuscan Heights for hosting a National Night Out event. Mayor Pro tem Mark Stickel read a City proclamation for the event. Thanks to Sgt. Lininger for putting it all together.

Thanks to Val Perko at Denver Cascade MH Community for hosting a National Night Out event. Mayor Pro tem Mark Stickel read a City proclamation for the event. Thanks to Sgt. Lininger for putting it all together

Corporal Tritz is on Bike Patrol in Holiday Hills this morning. He took a moment to chat with Mayor Protem Mark Stickel.

Thanks, Sgt. Lininger, for another successful Neighborhood Watch meeting last night in the Cascade Village neighborhood. Thanks, Neighbors, for helping us help you! A special thanks to Mayor Dick and Councilman Dougherty for being there as valuable resources!

Thanks to Sgt. Lininger, the Neighborhood Watch Program is alive and well in Federal Heights. Last night's meeting in the Holiday Hills neighborhood was well attended. Thanks, Neighbors, for helping us help you! A special thanks to the Mayor and Council Members Scharf, Dougherty, and Thomas for being there as valuable resources!

The Federal Heights Victim Services Unit is accepting applications for Volunteer Victim Advocates. Victim Advocates provide on-scene contact, support, and resources for victims and witnesses of violent crimes, sudden death, and other emergency situations. Volunteers are required to undergo a thorough background screening, and complete 40 hours of training taught by professionals in the field. Victim Advocates are required to take four, 12-hour, on-call shifts each month, including holidays, and must be able to respond within 30 minutes of dispatch contact. Volunteers must be available by telephone throughout the duration of their shifts. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, self-motivated, have strong interpersonal skills, maintain confidentiality, and commit to at least 12 months. For more information or to apply call or email Michelle Lopez, Victim Services Unit Coordinator, at 303-412-3541 / mlopez@fedheights.org. The 40 hour spring academy is scheduled to begin September 22, 2018. Call soon to get the process started, so you can attend the academy.

*Fireworks Are Illegal* The Federal Heights Police Department would like to remind everyone that fireworks are illegal. Our slogan this year is “Avoid the Pop and You Won’t Get Stopped” The Federal Heights Police Department is asking for the community’s cooperation to support our anti-firework campaign. Every year community residents register countless complaints about the use of fireworks due to the excessive alarming noise, and from the risk of fire to homes, dry grass, fencing and other structures we have experienced in the past. We are asking community residents to be aware of your neighborhood needs and the desire to live in a peaceful neighborhood, don’t be the individual who winds up being issued a summons or arrested for fireworks violations, in front of your neighbors or family. Possession of fireworks is punishable by a fine or even imprisonment under our municipal and state laws. WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION AND WISH YOU THE BEST 4TH OF JULY HOLIDAY EVER!

FRIENDLY REMINDER: Avoid the Pop and You Won’t Get Stopped

REMINDER: Fireworks are Illegal