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Lone Tree Police Department

Our mission is to serve and protect our diverse community by providing services with transparency, integrity, and compassion. The vision of the Department is continually strive to exceed the expectations of our community to build trust and foster a sense of belonging where residents and visitors feel safe.

To get in touch call LTPD’s non-emergency line at 303-799-0533 or submit general questions or concerns online.

For emergencies, call 911.

Message from the Chief of Police

The City of Lone Tree Police Department (LTPD) provides professional police services to our community through building partnerships, trust and having a culture of service.  LTPD believes in being inclusive and respectful to all members of the public.  We stand against racial inequality and prejudice and endeavor to hire men and women with strong character who believe in those values.

The Lone Tree Police Department is committed to the safety of Lone Tree’s residents, businesses, and visitors.  Our department practices community policing, which means building connections with community members, treating people with respect, and providing support through education, training and community events.  We believe that together with our citizens we can ensure the safety and wellbeing of the community.  It is our honor to serve the people of Lone Tree.

Kirk Wilson
Chief of Police

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How to Find Us

The Lone Tree Police Department is headquartered at 9220 Kimmer Dr, Lone Tree, CO 80124.

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Lone Tree Police Department Values






To be honest and forthright in all things.  To have integrity when faced with either positive or negative consequences of decisions. 

To be positive, supportive and recognize the value in each other.  To recognize the contributions of team members at all levels.

To accept responsibility for your actions and meet or exceed all work standards. Be receptive to feedback.

To communicate effectively between groups, shifts, and departments.  Understanding we are stronger when everyone participates and contributes ideas.

To willingly admit mistakes, listen to others, solicit input, be willing to make changes when needed, and minimize status differences.