Police Department

Support Services Division

The Support Services Division encompasses the Records Department and all other Police Department administrative duties.

This division is tasked with all the administrative duties in the department. The manager is responsible for supervising the Records department, administering the annual budget, accounts payable, coordinating training for the department, ensuring all trainings are registered with Colorado POST, ensuring that all requirements are met on records retentions, and quality control issues within the department.

Administration/Records

PRIVACY POLICY

The Lone Tree Police Department is committed to the protection of individual privacy. Standards are in place which minimize the collection of personally identifiable information to the least amount of information required to complete a particular transaction; our policy applies to the collection of all personally identifiable information, regardless of the source or medium. The staff is familiar with the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) and allow requested inspections of records as applicable in CORA.

For any comments or feedback on compliance with this privacy policy please contact:

Chris Cooper
Support Services Manager
Lone Tree Police Department
9220 Kimmer Dr. #120
Lone Tree, CO  80124
303-339-8150
email: Chris Cooper   

Responsibilities

  • Storage, sharing, indexing, filing, retrieval, preservation, distribution, retention, and destruction of all police records.

  • Responding to a broad range of questions and requests for information and assistance from members of the Police Department, City government, citizens, the media, and other public officials and agencies.

  • Handling incoming telephone requests for non-emergency information and assisting citizens who come to the lobby of the Police Department building with questions and concerns.

Commitment to Quality Service 

The Records Section continually works to: 

  • Improve access to critical information for investigators, officers, administrators, and the public.

  • Increase security of vital records.

  • Eliminate redundancy of information in electronic formats.

  • Improve classification of information.

  • Make better use of information technology.

  • Provide higher quality and faster service to our customers.

  • Determine, analyze, and improve the flow of work.

  • Increase staff productivity.