Fort Collins Police Services Turns 100!
2013 marks the 100-Year Anniversary of Fort Collins Police Services (FCPS) with celebrations throughout the year. Highlights include:
- Redesigned Patrol Cars are being transitioned to a black & white color scheme as existing cars are retired and new ones added to the fleet. The new color scheme and design make patrol cars more visible and instantly recognizable.
- City Council Proclamation declared April 21 as Fort Collins Police Day and encouraged residents to join the City in celebrating our Century of Service.
- "A Century of Service" Car Decals are adhered to all marked police cars for the year.
- Museum Displays at both the main police station and the District One office have been refreshed with new artifacts and information.
- Street Banners adorn the intersections of College Avenue & Foothills Parkway and College Avenue & Laurel Street at various times throughout the year.
- Commemorative Uniform Badges and Anniversary Name Plates are worn on all police officers uniforms during the year.
- Anniversary Pins are worn by all civilian employees throughout the year.
- 4th of July Parade down Mountain Avenue will feature FCPS with Chief John Hutto as the parade Grand Marshall. The parade, showcasing the agency and honoring a Century of Service, is a family event starting at 9:30 a.m. Come line W. Mountain Avenue, cheer, and thank the police for all they do to protect and keep the community safe.