- Castle Rock Police
- Community Programs
911 for Kids
This is an important program that gives children the tools needed when calling 911. Our goal is to teach all young children in the Castle Rock area about the importance of 911 and how to use it if they are in an emergency.
Citizens Police Academy
Every year, we provide the residents of Castle Rock a chance to gain a better understanding of what law enforcement officers go through on a daily basis through the Citizens' Police Academy. Participants engage in a combination of classroom and hands-on training.
CodeRed is a high-speed telephone emergency notification system that allows public safety personnel to send messages directly to residents – whether they are home or away – during an emergency. It uses geo-tracking to target specific areas with prerecorded phone messages, emails or texts.
Coffee with a Cop
Launched in 2014, these informal conversations with Castle Rock Police Officers at local coffee shops, restaurants and other venues give residents and business owners a chance to connect with police in a relaxed atmosphere. Castle Rock Police hosts one event each month.
As part of the Crime Stoppers program, witnesses and others with information can receive a monetary award, if their tips lead to an arrest and charges filed against a suspect, while remaining anonymous. Awards range from $50 - $2,000, but higher awards have been made to tipsters providing assistance in more serious crime categories.
Police Trading Cards
Our Castle Rock Police Department officers now have Trading Cards. Download your list and start collecting!
The Castle Rock Police Department has a new way to keep up with seniors living alone while providing connection and a little peace of mind. The goal of CRPD’s R-U-OK program is to regularly connect with the most vulnerable populations to make sure they are doing well, are safe and help identify any needs they may have. Read more (or apply) to the R-U-OK program.
Specific Response Registry
The Castle Rock Police Department has created a voluntary Specific Response Registry to identify Castle Rock residents who may need extra assistance in the event of an emergency or evacuation. This registry also will allow police officers to access disability-specific information more easily during contact with registrants.
Sit in the driver's seat and explore the many vehicles that serve our community. Details about the annual event - including a list of participants - can be found here.
Volunteers in Police Service
Castle Rock is a safe community, and you can help keep it that way. Castle Rock Police is looking for community safety and administrative volunteers. Help contribute to the success of the police department and become a volunteer in police service.
Youth Police Academy (YPA)
Students have the opportunity to gain knowledge in areas outside of school curriculum with an emphasis on real-life scenarios our officers face on a daily basis. This unique summer program gives students the chance to interact and build positive relationships with CRPD.