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Specific Response Registry
The Castle Rock Police Department maintains a voluntary Specific Response Registry to identify Castle Rock residents who may need extra assistance in the event of an emergency or evacuation. The intent of the registry is to provide first responders with vital information when time is of the essence. The Specific Response Registry should be considered for all residents who have special medical or physical needs that would make it difficult or impossible for them to follow public safety directions.
In the event of an emergency, you must still dial 911.
Once your application is accepted, your information will remain on file with the Castle Rock Police Department until you request it to be removed or it is learned the information is no longer valid. Please remember to update your information as necessary to include changes in the condition described in the Specific Response Registry. You may request to be removed from the Registry at any time by writing to the:
Castle Rock Police Department
100 Perry Street
Castle Rock, CO, 80104
You may also request to be removed from the Registry via email.
Recent photographs are extremely useful when attempting to locate a registrant. It is strongly recommended that you include a photograph when you register.
I understand the completion of this form is merely to assist first responders during an emergency or other critical incident. The Registry is for informational purposes only and the entry of the data into the Registry does not guarantee that a specific emergency will be handled in any particular order or manner. If you experience an emergency, please call 911 immediately as the Registry is not a substitute for reporting an emergency. Each application will be screened on a case-by-case basis and you will be notified of your application status within 30 days after it is received. The submission of an application does not guarantee your inclusion in the Registry.