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Police Chief Smith's Open Letter About Dog Safety 
The police department’s number one priority is the safety of the public. In the last year alone, we’ve seen a 28 percent increase in calls for service to address vicious animal concerns and a 34 percent increase in animal bite reports.

These statistics are not acceptable. This is a serious issue our community must address.

Chief of Police Troy Smith addresses the community about the city’s strategy to respond to aggressive animals and asks the public’s support in making the community safer.

Watch the video and read the open letter

About the Police

Founded in 1952, the Commerce City Police Department has since grown to be one of the metro area’s major enforcement agencies, serving more than 35-square-miles through a wide variety of programs and services.

Call 9-1-1 
For any emergency or to notify of a crime in progress. Did you know that we prefer that you call 9-1-1 for non-emergency situations too? The department responds to all reports through a coordinated, countywide, 911 system. Learn more about 9-1-1 and what to do when you call.

Troy Smith
Chief of Police
Ph: 303-287-2844


9-1-1 or 303-288-1535

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