The Police Department Patrol Division is the most visible element of the Parker Police Department. Since a considerable portion of the Patrol Division's time is spent in traffic enforcement, the department has four full-time commissioned officers assigned to the Traffic Unit. All patrol officers are responsible for answering calls, addressing domestic and civil disputes, and apprehending criminal offenders, as well as taking on a myriad of other duties. The Patrol Division is staffed 24/7 year-round.
The Bicycle Patrol Unit provides high-profile policing on bicycles to address identified problem areas in the community.
The maintenance and the upkeep of the building and facility.
Community services oversees the operations of Code Enforcement and Animal Services.
The maintenance, replacement and outfitting of all department vehicles.
The Motorcycle Unit's primary duties include traffic complaint enforcement, high congestion traffic control, accident reduction, and special event traffic control.
The Parker Police Department Mounted Patrol Unit is used for parades, community policing events, crowd control, crime prevention, park/trail patrols, and to assist with searches of lost persons.
A career with the Parker Police Department is a commitment of service to the citizens of Parker.
The Douglas County SWAT team is a multi-agency tactical team comprised of deputies from Douglas County, as well as commissioned officers from the Parker, Castle Rock, and Lone Tree police departments.
Traffic safety remains a top priority for the Parker Police Department. Learn about reporting accidents, paying tickets, and more.
The Parker Police Department is committed to the development and implementation of safety education in the schools throughout the Town of Parker. Through these programs, the department seeks to increase the community's understanding of the impact and effects of safety and security concerns in their schools.