Services to Safeguard Your Business and Employees
The Greenwood Village Police Department prides itself on providing the highest level of
services to members of the business community to assure the safety of your business,
employees, and customers. Every officer of the department serves as a business community
liaison and works in partnership with business owners, managers, and your staff to identify
and address any safety challenges that may arise. We want your business to be successful.
Your safety is our number one priority.
Programs and Services
Active Threat Training Program
Designed for Police Officers to go on-site at your business and teach employees practical
and simple tools and techniques to help you prepare for and respond to an active threat
situation. The training is designed to increase awareness so employees can be equipped with
the knowledge and understanding of how to escape active threat incidents. Topics include:
• Learn about options based active threat response protocols;
• Hear about recent trends in active threat events; and
• Discuss practical applications for effective deterrence and responses.
Crime Prevention through
Environmental Design (CPTED)
A CPTED certified Police Officer
conducts an on-site visit and provides
a multi-disciplinary approach to
deterring criminal behavior through
environmental design. Crime prevention
recommendations are provided through
a detailed report to increase safety
of your employees and patrons and
reduce opportunities for your business
to be victimized of a crime.
Emergency Notification Service – ArapAlert
Make sure your business and employees know about emergencies and disasters before
or as they happen. The alerts will include natural disaster evacuations, hazardous
materials contaminations, missing persons, terrorism preparedness, criminal activity,
public health, and any other events that are deemed an emergency by the Greenwood
Village Police Department. All land-lined telephone numbers located in the boundaries
of Greenwood Village are already included in the emergency alert database so citizens
will automatically get alerts through their land-line telephones.
You can also sign up to receive emergency alerts on any other communication devices
such as cellular phones and emails. The messages will be delivered in the form of a
voicemail, text message, instant message, fax or email depending upon the settings
you choose. Sign up - ace911.colorado.gov
Officers meet on a quarterly basis with hotel owners and managers to address
challenges, share crime statistics and trends, and develop solutions for crime prevention.
For more information on Police programs and services,
please contact the Police Department:
Business Phone: 303-773-2525 - Emergencies: 9-1-1