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2022 Highlights

LTPD currently has 53 sworn officers, 12 civilian employees, and 22 volunteers serving the community. The Department provides public safety through our commitment to community policing and our strong regional collaborations with Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and the Parker Police Department.

2022 was a busy year for the Investigations Unit. Detectives were called out 31 times over the year. Detectives were assigned more than 1,000 cases, completed 195 case filings, and applied for 141 warrants.

The Crime Scene Unit responded to 36 Lone Tree crime scenes in 2022. 17 of those calls were during work outs, with 19 coming during evenings, nights, and weekends.

The 2022 annual evidence audit included an inventory of 4,485 items. Zero items were missing.

In order to enhance community outreach, the Community Partnership Unit (CPU) began doing initial greetings with all new startup businesses in the City. This allows LTPD to meet new business owners and pass along crime prevention material to train new employees on.

CPU officers also attended all City events in 2022, building relationships with the community, residents, and children in Lone Tree.

The Victim Services Uniy worked 784 cases, serving 1,043 victims of crimes, an increase of 17% from 2021.


The Department’s Community Safety Officers (CSO), who assist sworn officers with service calls for cold theft and private property accidents, and other similar calls, helped with nearly 6,600 calls for service and more than 900 case reports.

In addition, the Volunteers in Police Services (VIPS) contributed 8,040 volunteer hours (an increase of a whopping 16% from 2021!), which equates to a $252,256 value to the City of Lone Tree.

LTPD Year-In-Review

To view the complete 2022 Annual Report, click here.