Neighborhood Enforcement Team (NET)
NET consists of seven police officers, a crime prevention specialist, and one sergeant. Each NET officer is assigned specifically to one of the seven policing districts in the city. NET exists to be a liaison between citizens and Police Services, assisting in crime related nuisance abatement and quality of life issues making your neighborhood a safer, more enjoyable place to live and work.
NET officers use proactive problem-solving approaches in their district to reduce crime trends and disorder while increasing the quality of life in neighborhoods. The goal is to provide enhanced police services to the community. NET officers accomplish this goal by establishing partnerships, engaging the community, and identifying the policing needs of residential and business neighborhoods.
Looking to contact a NET officer in your neighborhood?
Download the color coded map (PDF) for information on contacting your neighborhood police officer.
- For emergencies dial 911
- Non-emergency dial 970-221-6540
Get informed about police activity in your neighborhood with "My Neighborhood Update", a crime map provided by Fort Collins Police Services and Corona Solutions.
View Crime Map
The map represents citizen calls for service and officer-initiated events, which do not always result in a police report. Users are able to:
- Zoom in on their neighborhood to view local incidents
- Set up email alerts for when a new incident occurs
- Filter incidents by dates and/or categories
- Print reports
Register your bicycle
Register your ride online through FCBikes. If your bicycle is ever stolen, this information will help the investigating officer. If your bike is ever found, police will be able to contact you to return it.