151 S Banner Street, Elizabeth Colorado 80107
The Patrol Division is the “core” of the Police Department. It covers the jurisdiction of the Town 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. They respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service.
The Patrol Division strives to work in partnership with our community in seeking out and solving problems in order to maintain peace, prevent crime and to enhance the quality of life and safety of our citizens.
Civilian Ride Along
The Elizabeth Police Department is committed to fostering strong community involvement with our citizens, who we are proud to serve. The concept of community oriented policing strives for the building of partnerships within the community to solve unidentified issues. Community Policing is just not a program for us, it is something that we engage in with the community and is part of our values. With this in mind, we invite citizens to observe and learn about the patrol function through the Citizen Ride Along Program. Please understand that for your safety you may participate as an observer only and will be under the direct control of your host officer at all times.
In order to participate in our program, you must be at least 18 years of age.
You will be required to sign a waiver prior to your ride along.
We ask that you maintain a neat, professional appearance during your Ride Along.
You may not, in any circumstances, be armed with any type of weapon, with the exception of outside
POST certified police officers.
To schedule a Ride Along, please call (303) 646 4664
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