Community Outreach/Crime Prevention

The Parker Police Department is dedicated to building community partnerships with residents, business owners and those that visit the Town of Parker. The programs are designed to encourage conversation, education and participation. Some of the nationally standardized programs such as Coffee with a Cop and National Night Out have been extremely successful and allows opportunities for personal community engagement with officers and dispatchers. Other programs like Cram the Cruiser is designed specifically to assist Parker families in need with the Parker Backpack Program. Education is also essential in outreach programs and include child and personal safety. Crime Prevention is best achieved by partnerships with the community and the police department. Citizens taking ownership with their neighborhood combined with direct action can improve the quality of life for the citizens of Parker.

Community Outreach Programs

Preventing Crime

You can prevent crime in your community in several different ways. These tips are very basic habits you can implement for yourselves, your children, your neighbors and friends to help prevent crime and improve the quality of life in your community.

  • Be aware of your surroundings
  • Become familiar with the vehicles on your street
  • Close your garage doors
  • Don't leave your car idling unattended
  • Get to know your neighbors
  • Lock your front and back door
  • Mark and safely secure items of value
  • Report crime or suspicious activity to the Parker Police Department immediately

House Watch Schedule

For house watch scheduling, please call the Parker Police Department at 303.841.9800 and speak to a report technician. Fill out the House Watch Request Form (PDF).

Crime Prevention Programs

The Parker Police Department is dedicated to working with the community to reduce the occurrence of crime in our community. The Parker Police Department offers programs such as: