University of Colorado Police Department

  • Agency: University of Colorado Police Department
  • Address: 1050 Regent Drive 502 UCB, Boulder, 80309 CO
  • Chief: Joe Roy (Chief of Police)
Phone: 303-492-8168
Fax: 303-492-4427
Email:

University of Colorado Police Department is located at 1050 Regent Drive 502 UCB, Boulder, 80309 CO. The Chief of Police of the department is Joe Roy. The University of Colorado Police Department phone number is 303-492-8168.

University of Colorado Police Department News

On today's edition of the Boulder Police blotter, a female contacted them to report a suspicious person in the University Hill area. BPD found the person and arrested him on a several charges including drug possession. The details are in the third paragraph of the blotter.

Today, University of Colorado Chancellor Philip DiStefano swore in CUPD Police Chief Doreen Jokerst. Welcome to the Buff family, Chief! đź“·: Glenn Asakawa, CU Boulder

Tomorrow is Coffee with a Cop, Halloween version. We will be in the Kittredge area from 8 - 10 a.m. Come see us for a free cup of coffee, tea, or hot chocolate and a donut before heading to class.

Boulder Police are investigating possible drugging on University Hill.

CU Boulder Alert: Fall Alert Test. Winter is coming. Do you know what to do? Visit https://www.colorado.edu/emergencymanagement/winter-weather. alerts.colorado.edu

On Thursday night, the University of Colorado Boulder sent an alert to the campus community about a report of a fondling and trespassing case that occurred inside a NightRide vehicle. Late Friday morning, the suspect in that case turned himself in. CU Police then arrested Ashten Johnson Talley, a 29-year-old man from Vail, Colorado, on felony first-degree criminal trespass and other charges. Further investigation determined that Talley touched the victim. But, at this time, there is no evidence that the actions were sexual in nature and or met the legal definition of a sex crime.

CU Boulder Alert: Sexual assault reported on CU Boulder campus. On Thursday, Oct. 11, at approximately 11 pm @CUBoulderPolice was notified of a sexual assault involving forcible fondling in the Kittridge Loop Drive area. CUPD is currently investigating the incident. https://www.colorado.edu/police/2018/10/12/sexual-assault-reported-cu-boulder-campus

Last night, Boulder Police released information about two incidents that happened recently on University Hill, just west of CU's main campus. Please make yourself aware of the information and be on the lookout for the people and vehicle associated with these incidents.

There will be police K9 dogs and officers around Folsom Field for the rest of today, Oct. 9, as they complete some training. There is no emergency.

Thanks to the Weld County Posse for their help today at the Buffs football game.

We have taken several reports about different internet scams that people are falling victim to. In many of the scams, the person sends you a check that is more than they told you they would. Then, they tell you deposit the check and send them the balance in gift cards or a check. By the time their check is returned to your bank, they have cashed your check or taken off with the gift cards. Here are a few tips to help you from becoming a victim of these scams.

Earlier this week, we made two different arrests in bike theft cases. For the first arrest, Terran George Griffith (DOB 6/16/88) was sitting in the Boulder County Jail on an unrelated charge. Officers went to the jail, arrested him, and issued him an exclusion from campus. In the second case, we received a call from a resident at the Newton Court Apartments reporting a person who was in the bike racks attempting to steal a bike. When officers arrived, they found a man matching the description of the suspect. Dylan Richard Klingele (DOB 6/2/1999) was arrested for theft, possession of burglary tools, and possession of a controlled substance.

REMINDER: We are holding our next Active Harmer Response class on Wednesday, Oct. 10 from 3 - 4:30 p.m. in the Champions Center. You need to preregister and there is a video to watch before the class.

Today is National Coffee with a Cop Day! But, we are not celebrating that today. We celebrate ALL. YEAR. LONG. Here are some photos from the past year's events. Our next Coffee with a Cop will be Wednesday, Oct. 24 from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. We will be at Kitt Central with free coffee, tea and pastries. Come out and see us.

We have noticed a significant increase in the theft of bike tires across campus lately. Please take an extra minute when securing your bike to your tires if your lock will allow it. Remember, we recommend that you take photos of your bike and register it at one of the bike stations on campus or online at CUBikeStation.com.

Wednesday, Oct. 3, is National Coffee with a Cop Day. We celebrate ALL. YEAR. LONG.

On Sept. 22, we received a call from our lobby from someone who was scared and lost. The man had recently arrived in town and had lost all of his property, including his shoes. His bare feet were dirty and cold. One officer left the lobby and returned with a pair of shoes, socks, a long-sleeved t-shirt, and a bottle of water. The man was taken outside so that he could wash his feet before putting on his new shoes. Another officer contacted a local shelter and secured a bed for the man. He turned down a ride to the shelter, but he was given a map and directions. We are proud of the selfless actions of these officers and hope these shoes will help this man find success.

Beginning, Monday, Oct. 1, we will no longer be able to provide fingerprinting services to our community. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation has selected two private companies to handle the intake of fingerprints. For more information, go to the CBI website. https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cbi/identification-unit

Our next Active Harmer Response class will be Wednesday, Oct. 10 from 3-4:30 p.m. Click below for more information. https://www.colorado.edu/today/2018/09/19/cu-police-offering-active-harmer-training-oct-10

Earlier today, Chief Doreen Jokerst was sworn in as a police officer by the Honorable Judge Linda Cooke.

The detectives celebrate National Talk Like a Pirate Day.

Our records department celebrates National Talk Like a Pirate Day

Today, we welcomed Chief Doreen Jokerst to the CUPD family. We didn't even give her a chance to settle in to her office before we sent her to the Command Staff meeting. As expected, she jumped in with both feet. (FYI, she's the one in the gold top)

It is Get to Know Us Monday. Today, we get to know get to know Accounting Technician III Katie Morgan. How long have you been with CUPD? I have been at CUPD for 4 and 1/2 years. What is your favorite part of your job? I like that I get to work with many different kinds of people and learn about what it takes to provide security to the campus. Where is your happy place? Red Rocks! Or camping in the mountains with friends and family. If money was no object, where would you vacation? I would backpack around Southeast Asia or New Zealand What's one thing you have learned that you wish everyone knew? Learn to love change. Change won’t always be easy but it will make you stronger. So might as well embrace it!

Boulder Police have released a composite sketch of a suspect in a sexual assault at 1200 University last week. https://bouldercolorado.gov/newsroom/boulder-police-release-composite-sketch-of-sexual-assault-suspect