The Parker Police Department utilizes several advanced software programs and a Crime Analyst to compile and review crime statistics for analyzing crime patterns and trends, adjusting police staffing levels, creating targeted policing strategies based on hyper-local crime issues, exploring unique problem solving solutions, and anticipating crime when possible to create a proactive policing environment in the Town of Parker. Crime statistics are available in monthly public crime reports (see tab located on left of this page), the department’s annual report, and upon request through the Records Department (fee required).
We are currently working with LexisNexis to make police records viewable to the public. The goal is to create an improved Community Crime Map that automatically updates from the police records database to deliver near real-time updates on criminal incidents. It will also allow Residents to sign up for email alerts to receive daily, weekly, or monthly reports of crime in proximity to their home or business addresses. Please check back to this page for updates on the map status.
*In accordance with the Victim Rights Amendment (VRA) [C.R.S. 24-4.1-302], crimes that involve juvenile or at-risk victims are either not displayed on the Community Crime Map or have had their locations randomly offset to protect the privacy of victims. Also excluded are crimes prior to January 2019 due to a transition to a new records management system. For more information, please contact the Parker Police Department Records Division.