TO REPORT A CRIME, PLEASE CALL 911. Report non-emergency situations such as suspicious persons or activity to 720-913-2000
Report Graffiti: Call 311 or 720-913-1311 or Report Graffiti here on-line
The Denver Community Resource Officer Program provides community assistance on issues such as neighbor disputes, public nuisances, zoning issues, fraud and crime prevention, and other neighborhood concerns. Community Resource Officers (CROs) attend regular meetings with neighborhood organizations to provide training on issues pertaining to, but not limited to the Neighborhood Watch program, commercial and home security, gang awareness, crime prevention, and more.
Hilltop CROs –
District 3 (south of 6th Ave): Michael Borquez
Email: [email protected]
Telephone (Desk): 720-913-1183
Address: 1625 S. University Blvd.
Denver, CO 80210
To verify your police district, visit www.denvergov.org/denverpolicedepartment. Each District holds Citizens’ Advisory Board (CAB) meetings to inform citizens of activity in their districts and receive feedback. These meetings are open to all interested parties.
The CAB for DPD Dist. 3, which includes Hilltop, Crestmoor and surrounding neighborhoods, meets on the first Thurs. of each month at Dist. 3 headquarters, 1675 S. University Blvd. District 3 phone #: 720-913-1300. Mike Borquez – Community Resource Officer. His phone# is: 720-913-1183. Email: [email protected]
The CAB for DPD Dist. 2, which includes the northern portion of Hilltop (6th Avenue north to 8th Avenue), Mayfair, Bellevue-Hale and surrounding neighborhoods, meets on the third Thurs. of each month at Dist.2 headquarters, 3921 Holly Street. District 2 Headquarters 720-913-1000. Sharon Avendano – Community Resource Officer. Her phone# is: 720-913-1094. Email: [email protected]gov.org
While Crime exists everywhere, Hilltop is lucky to be in a district with one of the lowest crime rates in the City of Denver. However, any crime is unwelcome and we should all be aware and proactive about preventing crime in our neighborhood. Crime Prevention? It Starts with You.
To search crimes in a specific area, go to http://www.denvergov.org/denvermaps/report.asp?rpt=offes&me=3106976%2C1644364%2C3255209%2C1761837. You can then specify a street address, park, school, etc. A list of crimes and a map of their location is provided. Many of burglaries involve entry through unlocked doors or windows, or from unlocked, often open garages. Record serial numbers of belongings, and list and photograph valuables to assist in recovery if items are stolen.