CRIME ALERTS – See attachments, please share with your neighbors.

Indecent Exposure - Multiple locations

Burglary/Auto Theft - 2700 Block South Havana

Shooting - 2570 S. Dayton Way


Thursday, June 1st at 6pm – Crime Prevention with Intention – Strategies From the Outside In will be held at the District 3 Station 1625 S University Blvd.  Strategize on how to build a safer area immediately surrounding your home. This program is for individuals who have already attended the Neighborhood Watch Action and Awareness Training See attached flier.


Saturday, July 15th - Denver Police Youth Academy – Learn about SWAT, Bomb Unit, Police K-9’s, Self Defense, Motorcycles, Mounted Patrol, Police Helicopter, Driving Education, Crime Scene Investigation. See attached flier for information on how to apply.

May Commander's Meeting (CAB) Notes - see attached

Stuffies For Shelbyplease see attachment for fundraiser to help with DPD’s Therapy Dog Outreach

Crime Map on 


Attention Kia and Hyundai Vehicle Owners!!!  If you have a key ignition and key fob, and drive a Kia or Hyundai please read more information about FREE anti-theft deterrent software. Please share with your neighbors too. 

For Emergencies CALL 911   

For Non-Emergency Police Response CALL 720-913-2000   

For non-urgent questions, comments or to connect with our DPD District 3 Community Resource Officers email:   

Officer Grimsley –   

Technician Borquez –   

Technician Young –   

Officer Pacheco –   

The Denver Police District 3 Station is located at 1625 S. University Blvd   

From Christie Mochoruck, DPD WW111 Contingent Worker:

Our Denver Police District 3 Officers have seen an uptick in License Plate theft from our U-Hills Neighborhood. In addition to asking residents to remove valuables from your vehicle and lock doors/close windows, Officers are now suggesting residents use theft-deterrent screws to secure vehicle license plates.  Residents can go to our District 3 Station (1625 S. University Blvd between 8am and 7pm) to pick up FREE theft-deterrent screws - this offer is not available for BMW, Mini, Mercedes, Volvo & Tesla.

Residents can also purchase theft-deterrent screws from many local auto stores. 

For questions or concerns relating this this matter or other non-urgent matters please contact our Denver Police Community Resource Officers - and

For Emergences, please call 911 or non-emergency 720-913-2000

Top 10 Stolen Cars in Denver

The Denver Police Department is offering free car clubs to residents on Denver's Dist 3 (along with other districts around Denver) who own one of the top 10 stolen vehicles. They encourage you to either sign up to participate (they are awaiting more clubs at this time) or purchase one on your own to discourage the theft of your vehicle. Email our Community Resource Officer Kate Young at for more information or to be put on the list.

Reminder: New Trash Collection Days Start Next Week for Most City and County of Denver Trash Collection Customers

DENVER – Denver’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure (DOTI) is reminding residents to check their trash collection schedules for 2022 in advance of changes coming next week! On Monday, January 3, DOTI drivers will begin running new trash, recycling, and compost routes throughout the city to make operations more efficient and collection services more reliable and consistent, and that means new trash collection days for most Denver customers. Here’s how residents can check to see what day of the week to set out their carts starting Monday:

 Miss your new trash collection day? Or forget to set out your cart? Don’t worry! Call 311 (720-913-1311) to let us know. Then set out your cart and we’ll empty it within 24-48 hours after you contact us.


It has been more than 15 years since DOTI has made significant routing adjustments while the city has grown by about 200,000 people in that same period. Updated routes will help DOTI maximize existing resources:


·         Implementing denser, more compact routes to collect the additional trash that Denverites are setting out as work-from-home trends continue.

·         Moving to a district approach and assigning regular staff to each district to ensure more consistency and fewer missed pickups.

·         More efficient routing that will result in 62,000 fewer miles driven and reductions in fuel use and greenhouse gas emissions.