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Englewood Police non-emergency contact number: 303-761-7410.

Questions regarding the Englewood Police Department. 

How do I file a police report Online?
Answer:  Please select the hyperlink for Online reporting. File A Police Report
Can I make a police report by phone?
Answer:  Yes - we have a Police Desk Officer that can take your report either over the phone or in person here at the Police station. For more information, please call Dispatch at 303-761-7410.
How can I obtain a copy of a police report?
Answer:  Records Requests may be made at the front counter of the Englewood Police Department between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm Monday through Friday (holidays excluded). Records requests are $5 per report (this includes the first five pages; 25 cents for every page thereafter). For an added fee, you can now order Accident Reports online. For more information, please call 303-762-2489.
Does the Police Department offer fingerprinting services?
Answer:  Yes - staff is available to take Fingerprints Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between the hours of 10:00 am and 2:00 pm (holidays excluded) at the Englewood Police Department (3615 S. Elati St.). No appointment is necessary. Fingerprints are $15 per card; fingerprint cards can be purchased for $2 each - cash only. There is no Englewood residency requirement in order to be fingerprinted. For more information, please call 303-762-2489. 
Can I get information on crime statistics for a particular area in Englewood?
Answer:  Please open the following link: Crime Statistics 
Where do I go to pay a traffic ticket?
Answer:  All payments need to be made at the Municipal Court Violations Bureau, which is located on the second floor of the Englewood Civic Center, 1000 Englewood Parkway.
How do I find out about sex offenders that might be living in the area?
Answer:  Englewood residents may obtain a copy of the sex offenders currently residing in the City of Englewood provided that they can show proof of residency and pay a $5 fee. This information is available from Records at the Englewood Police Department.  In addition, this information is also available via the Colorado Bureau of Investigation website (outside link). For more information, please call 303-762-2489.    

 

Does Englewood conduct Vehicle Inspections?

Answer:  No. Contact your local Colorado State Patrol office for Colorado VIN Certification information. Colorado State Patrol

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