05/02/2021

CRIME ALERT: 

Possible Robbery/Burglary Suspects – The Denver Police Department is investigating a suspicious occurrence/possible attempted home invasion that occurred on 4/23/21 around 8:26pm in the 1100 Block of S. Clayton Street. The suspects appeared to be armed and hid from view after ringing the doorbell.  Suspects did not gain entry and fled location on foot, southbound. If you have information about this case, please contact the Denver Police Department - Case ID: 21-237283 – Denver Police Dept. 720-913-6545 (image of posting attached to this email / source: https://neighbors.ring.com/n/Z4l3GpkhGZ ) 

In honor of Police Week (May 9th to May 15th) we will be posting letters of appreciation, from our local community, in the Role Call Rooms for both our District 3 Station and our SWAT Station.  These messages will be seen by Officers before they leave for their daily patrol duties.  If you, or any of your neighbors, would like to share a message with our Officers, please email your message to christie.mochoruk@denvergov.org by Friday, May 7th to be included in this presentation of appreciation to our local District 3 and SWAT Officers. Posters or artwork, from children and adults, would be sincerely appreciated too! Please email christie.mochoruk@denvergov.org and myself or a DPD Volunteer can make arrangements to pick up artwork or coordinate a time to meet you at the District 3 Station to drop off artwork.  Thank you in advance for all of you who are able to participate in this special project! – Christie (Volunteer DPD) 

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate on Tuesday, May 4th at 6 pm for DPD District 3’s Virtual Community Meeting with Commander Kyle and our Law Enforcement Leadership (CAB).  Learn, in detail, about your neighborhoods crime stats and what crime trends Officers would like you to be aware of.  Questions and comments can be asked at the end of this meeting.  Special guest speaker will be from the City of Denver – Right of Way Services - Denver's Right of Way Services manages most activities associated with public development and use of the City's right-of-way. Link to participate: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_YWQwNTRjY2UtZGMzMi00OTc5LTkwOGUtMzFkNDhmYWJmZmY0%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%2239c87ab3-6612-42c0-9620-a696d12df803%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22c1c48c6d-ace8-47a7-a21d-43f920f977f4%22%7d 

If you do not have Teams click on the provided link to be directed via your internet browser to this Teams virtual meeting. If you have Teams/Microsoft 365 please remember to “sign out” of your personal Teams account before you click on the link to participate. 

Virtual Neighborhood Watch Action and Awareness Training, Wednesday, May 12th, 2021 at 6 pm. Denver Police District 3's Neighborhood Watch program encourages a partnership between Officers and the Residents they serve.  Officers promote Neighborhood Connectivity by encouraging Neighbors to get to know one another, and teaching residents how to effectively observe and report suspicious behavior.  This program creates awareness through Implicit Bias education - reminding neighbors - it's the person's behavior, not the person to be mindful of when observing and reporting suspicious behavior to the Police.  RSVP to D3NeighborhoodWatch@denvergov.org and you will be emailed a link to participate. 

Block Communicator Orientation, Wednesday, May 19th, 2021 at 6 pm.  

Becoming a Block Communicator or point of contact for your community is simple and takes minimal time.  This presentation is for those who have already participated in Neighborhood Watch Action and Awareness Presentation. This orientation will cover the first steps in becoming the Neighborhood Watch point of contact for your block. We will share ideas on how you can introduce yourself and Neighborhood Watch to your neighbors and ideas to communicate Neighborhood Watch information with your neighbors.  Learn how to research crime stats in your area, search for sex offenders in your neighborhood, and request traffic monitoring/enforcement. Please RSVP to D3NeighborhoodWatch@denvergov.org to receive the link for this event.  **Please see the attached Bulletin from the Colorado State Patrol with recent information regarding the Street Racing Working Group. 

For all emergencies call 911 and for non-emergency call 720-913-2000 

For non-urgent questions or concerns please reach out to our Denver Police District 3 Community Resource Officers:  

mike.borquez@denvergov.org matthew.grimsley@denvergov.org kate.young@denvergov.org 

antonio.pacheco@denvergov.org 


 


Older Crime Related Posts Below: 

TONIGHT!!!  Virtual Neighborhood Watch Action and Awareness Training, Wednesday, March 17th, 2021 at 6 pm. DPD District 3's Neighborhood Watch program offers a partnership between Officers and the Residents they serve.  Officers promote Neighborhood Connectivity by encouraging Neighbors to get to know one another and by creating awareness through Implicit Bias education - reminding neighbors - it's the person's behavior, not the person to be mindful of when observing and reporting suspicious behavior to the Police.  RSVP to D3NeighborhoodWatch@denvergov.org and you will be emailed a link to participate. 

Crime Alert Bulletins: Please see the following attached Bulletins 

Homicide – 8500 E. Colfax Ave  

Arrest in Animal Cruelty case – Class 6 Felony 

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate on Tuesday, April 6th at 6 pm for DPD District 3’s Virtual Community Meeting with Commander Kyle and our Law Enforcement Leadership (CAB).  Learn, in detail, about your neighborhood's crime stats and what crime trends Officers would like you to be aware of.  Questions and comments can be asked at the end of this meeting.  Link for this live, interactive presentation will be emailed to you at a later date. 

PLEASE READ: 

Recent proposed state legislation (SB21-62) if passed, will change our Law Enforcement’s (statewide) arresting capabilities, along with many other changes to the judicial system processes. Please read the proposed legislation for a better understanding of potential new laws. 

Denver Police Volunteer Program launches Summer Teen Volunteer Program (see attached flyer) 

To create awareness and prevent thefts, our Officers have shared this New Tool to breach doors with strike plates – please watch this video (10 seconds) and share! https://www.instagram.com/p/CLf9VDABIXN/ 

For all emergencies call 911, for non-emergency Police response call 720-913-2000, and for non-urgent questions or concerns please reach out to our Denver Police District 3 Community Resource Officers: mike.borquez@denvergov.org matthew.grimsley@denvergov.orgkate.young@denvergov.organtonio.pacheco@denvergov.org  





To access the crime file, please click on the following PDF link: 










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