Winter is here. That means snow, ice, and those dreaded Arctic fronts. But don’t fret, friends. Yours truly has come through with this list of tips to help you get through the Colorado cold. Read ‘em, share ‘em.
Craigslist has made buying and selling items online a piece of cake. We recognize the convenience it offers, but there are still some risks to buying and selling items online. Here are three simple tips from yours truly to help protect yourself when venturing into the wide world that is Craigslist.
Tips for avoiding fraud are endless, but here are our top five for avoiding it while shopping online, courtesy of yours truly.
The holidays are fun. Do you know what’s not?… Coming home from the holidays to find that your house has been ransacked by the proverbial Grinch. Here are four simple tips to help keep the Grinch at bay this holiday season.
In Denver, bicycles are considered vehicles under Chapter 54 of the Denver Revised Municipal Code. As such, bicyclists have all the rights and duties that apply to motorized vehicles. Bicycles are allowed on almost all Denver streets.
If you need to brush up on some of the bike-rules of the road, let us help…
Friends, we know Colorado isn’t a beachfront city, but that doesn’t mean you won’t take to water to beat the heat this Summer. Colorado has some great lakes, rivers, hot springs and water parks! If you’re planning on visiting any of these, be sure you follow these simple tips to keep you and your family safe.
Recently, Denver Police have seen an uptick in reports of stolen motorbikes and scooters. We don’t want anyone to be a victim of vehicle theft, so here are some tips to protect your two-wheeled ride.
The summer months are nearing and soon you’ll be opening those windows and sliding open those doors. And if you’re lucky, you will be outside enjoying all that Colorado has to offer during her warmer months. Here are some summer safety tips to help keep you, your family and your home safe during the warm weather.
Recently, there has been a growing number of lottery scams, telling customers that they have hit the jackpot, when they in fact have not. Often time, these scams start out with an email. We don’t want anyone to fall vicitm to any of these scams, so here are a few things to consider if you are ever contacted by someone telling you you’ve hit it big!
While the police are busy fighting crime, you can help us prevent it. This includes in your very own neighborhood! All you have to do is make sure your home is secure by following these simple steps…
From time to time, people will impersonate police officers. Well, we want to help you avoid them at every turn, so here are some tips to help you do just that.
Auto theft continues to be a persistent problem in Denver and around the country. Luckily, there are ways to protect yourself from becoming a victim of auto theft. Here are a few…
Who makes phone calls anymore? Well, now you don’t even have to dial a number to file a non-emergency police report. And don’t worry, our online reporting system is very secure! Go ahead, give it a shot…
Last year, Denver Police had 395 reports of sexual assault (you can find this number, as well as other crime stats, here: http://goo.gl/g0Bno9). If you are attacked you must fight back with purpose to fend off your attacker. Here are some tips to help you do just that.
Everyone should make personal safety a priority. Here are some handy tips from the Denver Police Department on how to do just that.
Thinking about buy a new car? Maybe you want to take advantage of those end of year sales. Before you buy, here are the vehicles Denver car thieves like the most:
Since 1998, The Denver Police Air Support Unit, Air1, has been responsible for the capture of numerous criminals including fleeing felons and the safe termination of high speed vehicle pursuits. Air1 has assisted in searches for missing persons and lost children, provided assistance to surrounding jurisdictions, assisted in drug suppression activities and engaged in general crime prevention efforts.