Fort Collins Police Services is a progressive and professional organization, currently employing 213 sworn officers and over 100 civilian staff.
Our vision is to make Fort Collins the safest community in the nation. We serve the community by protecting life and property, preserving peace and order, preventing and detecting crime, enforcing laws and ordinances, and promoting the safe, efficient use of the City's streets and highways. Fort Collins Police Services has increased its emphasis on Community-Oriented Policing (COPS) as the preferred means of addressing community needs.
We are now hiring for the position of Chief of Police. Please click here for more information www.raa.careers/fort-collins/
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Fort Collins police will host Internet safety presentations to increase awareness and provide tools to keep everyone safe from the dangers of the Internet.
Topics covered will include:
Family sessions will be held September 5, October 3, and November 7 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. Families will be divided into three groups: adults; 8 to 12 year-olds; and 13 to 18-year-olds for age appropriate presentations.
Presentations will be held at the Fort Collins Police Services Community Room located at 2221 S. Timberline Road.
To reserve your space . . . .
Contact Randine Nelson at (970) 416-2384 or by e-mail at cm5lbHNvbkBmY2dvdi5jb20=.
Internet Safety Flyer (PDF)
Residents may now safely dispose of unused, unneeded and expired over-the-counter and prescriptions medications any day of the week to Fort Collins Police Services, 2221 S. Timberline Rd., Monday through Friday, 8 am - 6 pm; Saturday & Sunday, 8 am - 2 pm.This service is free & anonymous.
Fort Collins Police have received authorization from the Colorado Department of Public Health (CDPHE) to participate in a daily drug take-back program allowing residents to dispose of their drugs more conveniently. This service complements the Nationwide DEA Drug Take-Back events.
Items not accepted include: intravenous solutions, injectables, syringes, mercury (thermometers), oxygen containers, chemotherapy/radioactive substances, pressurized canisters and illicit drugs.
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