Blue River Police Department
It is the mission of the Blue River Police Department to provide professional and ethical community oriented police services to citizens living, working or visiting the Town. The Blue River Police Department is committed to crime prevention and working cooperatively with the community to identify and solve neighborhood problems. By enforcing the laws of the State of Colorado and the town ordinances, we will preserve the public peace, protecting life and property, promoting traffic safety, and engaging in activities that benefit all in our community, from our youth to our senior citizens. We will always treat all people impartially, justly and unbiased, with consideration, empathy and compassion. We are equally responsive to our employees and the community we serve. We will treat members of our community in a dignified and courteous manner, and always exhibit an understanding of ethnic and cultural diversity, both in our professional and personal endeavors.
The men and women of the Blue River Police Department have embraced the core values of CQT by elimination Crime and the fear of crime, preserving a Quality of life for all stakeholders and the safe movement of Traffic flow throughout the community.
Welcome to the Town of Blue River Police Department, follow the links along the side to obtain the information you are looking for or contact us at (970) 547-0545.
Helpful Phone NumbersDispatch Center 970-668-8600 Sheriff's Office 970-453-2232 Colorado State Patrol-Dispatch 970-824-6501 Colorado State Patrol 970-668-6840 Divison of Wildlife 970-824-6501 Animal Control 970-668-3230 Red, White &, Blue Fire District 970-453-2474 Summit Medical Center 970-668-3003 Summit Emergency Room 970-668-3300 Summit County Ambulance 970-668-5777 Summit County Road Conditions 511 Summit County Road Alerts https://public.coderedweb.com/cne/en-US/BF280A5EDDFo Colorado Road Conditions www.cotrip.org
The Blue River Police Department will request that the Colorado Bureau of Investigation investigate any and all incidents involving the discharge of a firearm by a Deputy that results in injury or death per Statute 16-2.5-301.
Statue 16-2.5-301. Peace Officer-involved shooting investigations –protocol. (1) EACH POLICE DEPARTMENT, SHERIFF’S OFFICE, AND DISTRICT ATTORNEY WITHIN THE STATE SHALL DEVELOP PROTOCOLS FOR PARTICIPATING IN A MULTI-AGENCY TEAM, WHICH SHALL INCLUDE AT LEAST ONE OTHER POLICE DEPARTMENT OR SHERIFF’S OFFICE, OR THE COLORADO BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, IN CONDUCTING ANY INVESTIGATION, EVALUATION, AND REVIEW OF AN INCIDENT INVOLVING THE DISCHARGE OF A FIREMARM BY A PEACE OFFICER THAT RESULTED IN INJURY OR DEATH. THE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES PARTICIPATING NEED NOT BE FROM THE SAME JUDICIAL DISTRICT.