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About the Wheat Ridge Police Department

The Wheat Ridge Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency staffed by “72 sworn officers and 30 civilian personnel commanded by the Chief of Police, serving a resident community of approximately 33,000.”  The Wheat Ridge Police Department is organized into two divisions: Patrol and Support Services.

The Wheat Ridge Police Department “Patrol Operations Division is responsible for the day-to-day delivery of uniformed police services within the City.  These are the uniformed men and women that patrol the City's neighborhoods, respond to emergencies, engage in community policing projects, and support various community involvement programs. The Patrol Operations Division is directed by a division commander and managed by two lieutenants. They are responsible for the overall direction, control, and coordination of field operations.”

The Wheat Ridge Police Department “Support Services Division encompasses several areas of the police department that provide support to the Patrol Operations Division. Those areas include: Communications Bureau; Community Services Team; Investigations Bureau; Records Team; and, Training/Public Information Officer Unit.”

 

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