Online Resources

  1. Commendations

    While providing these services to the public, our employees strive to go beyond the current need and resolve issues to the public’s satisfaction. If you know of a Police Department employee that has gone the extra mile, please submit a commendation online letting their superiors know of their efforts.

  2. File a Complaint

    Occasionally, individuals who come in contact with Police Department employees will feel that the employee’s conduct was inappropriate. When such a circumstance arises, there is a process in place that ensures the issue will be thoroughly investigated.

  3. Forms

    For your convenience the Police Department has the following forms available online.

  4. House Watch Request

    House Watch - This service is not available to those that will have someone staying at the residence. This consists of an officer checking the residence and surrounding area for suspicious activity at random times, as time and call load permits. Please print, fill out the form and then email (pcr@parkeronline.org) or bring in the form to the Parker Police Department.

  5. File a Crime Report

    In an effort to provide the community with more efficient police services, the Police Department has established an online reporting system for low priority report calls.

  6. Police Reports

    If you need to obtain a copy of a Police Report in Parker, bring or mail your completed application form to the Police Department.

  7. Registered Sex Offenders

    The Parker Police Department provides a link to access sex offender information within the Town of Parker. This information is provided in order to enhance public safety and in compliance with House Bill 05-1035.

  8. Request Traffic Enforcement

    File a traffic complaint to the Town of Parker Police Department.

  9. Mass Emergency Notification

    The Code RED Mass Emergency Notification allows instant communication between the Town and its citizens. Voice or text messages regarding a variety of urgent situations, including police activity and other emergencies can be relayed to citizens via cell phone, home phone, email, text messaging, fax, pager and more.