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Chief Robert Heuer, Castle Rock Police Department

 

On behalf of the City of Castle Rock Police Department it is our pleasure to serve you. The police department is continuously striving to provide you with the professional level of service you have come to expect. Through our website we hope to provide you with useful and convent resources including a sex-offender registry, downloadable documents, and resources, to name a few. We are striving to meet our communities ever changing needs and I hope you will find this resource a valuable one.

Volunteer Programs

            The volunteers of the police department, the Reserves and Cadets, have volunteered hundreds of hours to the citizens of this community. They are a vital part of the service that we provide. They participated in National Night Out, Mt. Mania, Castle Rock Fair Parade, and provide security at sporting events at Castle Rock High School. They had also assisted in numerous investigations and police details.

Budget

            As many of you may have heard, the recent assessment of the City’s budget capabilities has resulted in the identification of a citywide structural deficit. A structural deficit occurs when revenues cannot meet anticipated budget expenditures. City Department was tasked with a budget reduction in 2008 and 2009.

            The staff of the police department continues to strive to do more with less. In the past 12 months the members have procured numerous grants, totaling in excess of $210,000. The police department is striving to be on the cutting edge of technology in order to improve our service to the public at the best possible cost.

Traffic Safety

            The patrol officers have participated in numerous traffic safety emphasis patrols. We continue to hold the safety of our citizens as our number one priority. This year we participated in the “Every Fifteen Minutes Program” aimed at reducing teen deaths due to alcohol related crashes, the “X-52: Sustained Enforcement” program which  focused on impaired driving and speed enforcement.